Category Archives: The spending review

The cost of bureaucracy

As I said in my last blog entry, I was due to contest a parking ticket that I was disputing, and which I expected to win. My date with the adjudicator was last week. I came out of the hearing … Continue reading

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Dave’s attitude reveals that changing attitudes is the priority

Most people agree that the true sign of a modern and civilized society can be seen in the way that it treats those that are “weakest”. Social welfare, even in times of austerity, should ensure that the “weakest” do not … Continue reading

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