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The Government’s waste line and the BBC

This morning I heard the BBC asking the new Labour question, Where would you make the cuts, to some brave representative of the business community. He explained in general terms how businesses go about cutting waste and improving efficiency. He said those techniques should be adopted by people running the public sector. That was not […]

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An easter message

Happy Easter to you all. The miscarriage of justice which resulted in the crucifixion of Jesus of Nazareth was a great event for both Christians and non Christians. For Christians the resurrection confirms the divine power of Christ, and represented the triumph of hope over despair, good over evil. Non Christians accept that the events […]

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Citibank and Woolworths – signs of the times

Do you remember Gordon Brown on coming to power telling us he would take Parliament more seriously and make it the centre of our political life? Ministers would report first, and fully to Parliament. So this weekend the government was busily leaking all the contents of the Pre Budget Report and the media were lapping […]

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