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Tag Archives: government
In October 2015, a charge of 5p was imposed on plastic carrier bags supplied by major retailers in the UK, although Wales had already implemented this charge the year before. The idea was that the money raised from the sale … Continue reading
Listening to the news programme on the radio today, the subject of the National Living Wage was being discussed. I voiced my opinion on this here. Already, in the Pub industry, it is being said that employers are reducing their … Continue reading
Iain Duncan Smith has resigned . Funny how he featured in my post yesterday. I do not know this man personally, but imo he is the lowest form of human being with his past attitude and disrespect of the needy … Continue reading
A couple of headlines have caught my eye recently, and I felt the urge to get my soapbox out. Please note that these are my opinions and thoughts. I suppose the first was the latest scam scheme for workers to … Continue reading
According to the media here in the UK, food prices have gone down and as such have assisted in reducing our inflation to 0.5 % in January. It’s an Election Year. The figures have to be low/look good so that … Continue reading
As I said in my earlier post, it’s Budget Day today. In years gone by, I wasn’t exactly fanatical enough to take the day off and make notes like some people I knew, but I would take an interest and … Continue reading
Inflation is down to 1.9% according to the media today. When I’d finished spluttering into my cuppa, I had to laugh. Inflation as measured by the Consumer Prices Index (CPI) dropped to 1.9 per cent in January from 2 per … Continue reading
Always on the lookout for ways and means of saving money, I read with interest a headline “50 ways to save money in 2014” Being the hopeful gullible fool I obviously am, I clicked on the article, and the more … Continue reading