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It was nearly 2,000 years ago that the Roman poet Juvenal coined the phrase ‘bread and circuses’ to satirise the politics of his day.
In the years since, the words have come to describe the sort of crowd-pleasing distractions that are used to preoccupy proles while the societal scenery collapses. 578 more words
PFI is a way of providing major infrastructure projects by borrowing from the private sector not the public sector. Since the early 19th century, public bodies have been able to borrow cheaply from the government at low rates of interest… 2,955 more words
Rob’s Blog – God and Money was first shown at Cafe Sundae in April 2008.
With the the media currently full of stories about money – like HSBC and tax dodging scandals, it seemed a good time to dig out this blog from Cafe Sundae about God and Money from April 2008. 154 more words