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Making the unemployed work

Unemployed set to work 30 hrs a week
Instead of heading backwards to the Victorian era of workhouses, I have a better suggestion.
Why not introduce national service instead of becoming tax payer funded cheap labour for big business. 95 more words

Solving the cost of living crises

Our current crop of politicians have absolutely no idea what they are doing. If you start thinking from that premise everything starts to make more sense. 411 more words

Free Public Transport

Kościerzyna, as the first city in Pomerania, will introduce fare-free public transit. As of 1 April, both residents and tourists will ride free of charge. The idea is the brainchild of the new mayor Michał Majewski. 169 more words


Why Can't Public Transit Be Free? - The Atlantic

The earliest urban experiment in free public transit took place in Rome in the early 1970s. The city, plagued by unbearable traffic congestion, tried making its public buses free.

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Politics - USA

I have no idea...

Starting XP from scratch, I have no idea what I’m doing.

Seriously, I have had to reinstall all my software, I used IE once; to download FireFox, then it was FireFox all the way. 558 more words


Zero Fare Public Transport in Tallinn shows a way

(Once again an excellent international planning lesson for Penang.)

The topic of “free public transport” (FPT), or better yet “zero fair public transport” (ZFPT), is one that has gotten considerable attention here in World Streets over the last several years, on the grounds that it is an extremely rich concept which is worthy of careful attention. 1,928 more words