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New films out in the UK, as of Friday 22 January 2016

A list of the new films being released across the UK, from Friday 22 January 2016. Use the Find Any Film website for details of which cinema nearest to you will show these movies. 726 more words

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Banking Inquiry and the Greeks

The banking inquiry has thrown up few surprises, the individuals involved being masters at passing the buck. The same with the Greek situation; nobody to blame, somebody else or everybody else. 619 more words

Green Party Swish - Clothes Swap Party

So ladies! Here is is our Green Party Fundraiser clothes swap Party for all who fancy a good old clear out of with the chance to update your wardrobe… A bit of a boogie, some fab Neals Yard Organic Remedies beauty treatments / gift ideas and chocolates by… 14 more words


6th November 2015

Crawley Property Prices Over The Last 10 Years

You may recall we showed the following headline BBC News Headlines: Prices of flats rising faster than houses, says Halifax… 1,521 more words


Other People's Money

“Don’t tell him your name Pike” Capt. Mainwaring.

Capt. Mainwaring is one of the hero’s of this book. John Kay remembers back to a time when bank managers were boring but trustworthy. 1,649 more words

Get busy living or get busy dying

Andy Dufresne: You know what the Mexicans say about the Pacific?

Red: No.

Andy Dufresne: They say it has no memory. That’s where I want to live the rest of my life. 2,232 more words

0367 | The Emperor's New Clothes

Your enjoyment of this documentary about the accountability of bankers pre- and post-credit crunch and the financial imbalance that currently exists across UK society will largely depend on a couple of obvious factors: first of all whether you are interested in the subject matter (which, really, you ought to be) and secondly whether or not you like Russell Brand, who simplifies the financial jargon for the audience here while honestly admitting that he doesn’t quite understand some of it himself (although his mispronunciation of ‘quantitatitive easing’ (sic) is completely artificial). 670 more words

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