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Vorsprung Durch UKIP!

November 19, 2017 // 13 Comments

Video explaining Hyperloop One   Last week, I went to see the new multi-star Agatha Christie vehicle, Murder on the Orient Express. It was very enjoyable, but it reminded me, in an irritating way, of parts of our 2010 manifesto: “Ukip will encourage a return to the glamour, grace and style [...]

The Leadership Contest

September 12, 2017 // 36 Comments

The leadership contest is in its last throws, “thank goodness”, I can hear you all say. Yes, it has been a lengthy process, some would say ridiculously too long. Most commentators have this as a two horse race between Anne-Marie Waters and John Rees-Evans. I declare now that as the campaign [...]

The Burden of Digital Technology – Part 2

January 30, 2016 // 0 Comments

The constant learning process Personal computing began in the mid seventies. A person starting then would have had to learn the BASIC programming language. By the early eighties they would have been using DOS. By 1990s Windows expertise was necessary. Since 1990 successive editions of Windows have [...]

The Burden of Digital Technology – Part 1

January 29, 2016 // 1 Comment

Technological change has been making increasingly severe demands on human beings for around 300 years. There was change before then of course, but it was slow and most people could live their lives without having to adapt to radically new ways of living. Things began to speed up as the Industrial [...]

Courant Times – Friday 21st August 2015

August 21, 2015 // 0 Comments

UKIP:- Nigel Farage for Breitbart: Battle of Britain bravery came in many forms, and should be remembered Jill Seymour MEP:- Another mess up by Government IT ‘experts’ causes chaos. Questions must be asked Home Affairs:- Express: Cameron’s ‘knee-jerk’ policies will [...]