Archives: politics

And Now the Small Business Signatories

April 27, 2015 | By Paul Mackenzie Ross | No Comments | Filed in: business, politics.

With less than two weeks to go until the election we now have a letter from 5,000 small businesses pledging their allegiance to one party and it’s the blue party again. Furthermore, that letter is once again published in The Telegraph where, this morning, the newspaper’s website calls it a “boost for David Cameron”…

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Putting the Disgust Back in Disgustingly Rich

June 30, 2012 | By Paul Mackenzie Ross | No Comments | Filed in: business, finance, news, philosophy.

Financially and morally we are living in interesting times: David Cameron said, back in 2010, that “We’re all in this together” regarding the state of the nation as it struggled with an economic downturn. He then recently went on to finger Jimmy Carr for his tax avoidance but keeps quiet about billionaire Tory peer and • Read More »

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American Politics

September 18, 2008 | By Paul Mackenzie Ross | 4 Comments | Filed in: politics.

As a Brit I must say I find American politics fascinating, it’s like a circus show. Whilst we have 3 main politic parties, with only 2 usually battling it out, the US 2-party track is a peculiar beast and particularly odd because, from my point of view, it simply polarises opinion. Although George W Bush • Read More »

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Rip-off Britain

May 31, 2008 | By Paul Mackenzie Ross | 2 Comments | Filed in: economics.

I’ve been thinking about the current worldwide price rises in food, oil and energy and in the cost of living and credit going up. It’s happening in a lot of places in the world and for months the UK seemed to be largely unaffected, especially since the USA seemed to bearing the brunt of the • Read More »

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