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I'm not living in the UK at the moment, and I'm an ex university lecturer in IT and MBA. I don't belong to any political party but if I was in the UK I'd be with UKIP.

A Brexit vision

February 4, 2018 // 12 Comments

It has been pathetic hasn’t it, watching May and her government lie to us and back-peddle on Brexit. We’ve seen ‘project fear’ again used as a means to justify a soft Brexit and continued subservience to the EU. Occasionally,  we read about the potential opportunities of Brexit, if only we [...]

Stitched up

January 28, 2018 // 17 Comments

“Exclusive: British officials in secret discussions with EU to extend Brexit transition period to almost three years” Above is a premium article in The Telegraph, but there’s no need to read it – the title says it all. Of course it’ll be even longer until we can gain control of our [...]

Sieg Heil Frau May!

January 23, 2018 // 17 Comments

They say history doesn’t repeat but it rhymes, I’ve certainly been noticing some rhythms in recent years. For instance: I’ve been wondering whatever happened to all of the Nazis after the Second World War? Sure we executed some of these Nazis, some ran away to places like South America. While [...]

A Brutal Lesson

January 18, 2018 // 16 Comments

I’ve never told anybody this before, it’s a part of my life that I rarely think about. When I was a small child my father, an ex soldier, seemed worried that I was so placid and easy going, he taught me that the world was an evil place and I needed to be able to look after myself. My father did [...]

Market Gymnastics

December 28, 2017 // 6 Comments

Many years ago an academic I once knew, said to me: “modern businesses need to be like fighter aircraft, unstable in flight to enable them to manoeuvre and change direction quickly.” This man, as well as being an academic, also had some substantial real-world business experience and what he [...]

Trade Deal Robbery

December 13, 2017 // 9 Comments

The sticking point of Brexit negotiations so far has been just how much we should pay as a leaving fee to the EU. We’re told that we must have a trade deal at all costs, but why? Who exactly would benefit from such a deal? Is it good value? I’ve been looking at some numbers and it seems to me [...]

The wrong direction

December 10, 2017 // 8 Comments

So, Theresa May would like to keep us shackled to the European Union in all but name, I think we’re going to live to regret that and here’s why. By the end of this year (2017) China will have launched the Petroyuan . Already Russia, Iran and Venezuela among others are preparing to trade oil in [...]

Working for Beer Tokens

December 5, 2017 // 2 Comments

“In life as in business, you don’t get what you deserve, you get what you negotiate” The above quote has been attributed to a number of different people but is often used on business courses. I’ll use a case study of my own experiences. Many years ago while living overseas, I’d had a few [...]

The Titanic and a Place in a Lifeboat

December 1, 2017 // 14 Comments

I’m sure you all remember the 1997 movie ‘Titanic,’ with Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio: here’s a couple of scenes from it. Rose : Oh mother, shut up! Don’t you understand? The water is freezing and there aren’t enough boats. Not enough by half. Half the people on this ship [...]

The Three Bs, Buzzwords and Quantum Theory

November 27, 2017 // 4 Comments

“If you think you understand quantum mechanics, you don’t understand quantum mechanics.” This quote is attributed to Richard Feynman, the late Nobel Laureate in physics. I’d certainly go along with this, particularly, as far as I’m concerned, I certainly don’t understand [...]
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