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This short speech of Neil Kinnock seems appropriate on #budget2015 day - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-QPhMVbleU0
Ignoring the matter of who owns the respective businesses and how they operate, why should a shop which sells most of the things most people want to buy be restricted in its trading hours on a Sunday in order to protect the business interests of a shop which doesn't sell most of the things most people want to buy?
i’d forgotten what an odd piece Milhaud’s Le Boeuf sur le Toit is.
Le Boeuf sur le Toit
- 2015-07-05, 17:13:00
Anybody browsing the site should be able to see this
what profit is there to be had from squirting creme patisserie into choux buns, that's what i want to know.
Peter the Tester test post 1
- 2015-07-05, 13:57:00
the birmingham hipster schism could come to a head today as people are forced to chose north and south of the nuclear train line between cocomad and the moseley festival. the question is, where will the loyalties of the kings heath folks lie?
- 2015-07-04, 12:28:20
Part of the point of this site is that it won't be owned by private or public investors, or a private corporation, but will instead by owned by 'the community'. What UK legal entity will best support this - a registered charity, a community interest company, a trust, a foundation, or what?In group Perfect Curve business model
I have a semi-regular workplace lunch which I call Freezer Surprise. Today it appears to be some form of casserole.
Today probably wasn't the most sensible day to leave the house leaving my jacket at home.
It's all very well is the tennis at Wimbledon but it's a bit artificial - when can we see some real tennis rather than pretend tennis?
Corporate / governance model
- 2015-07-03, 17:25:37
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