Great news! The double dip recession has ended! The Office for National Statistics has announced the UK economy grew by just over one half of one percent in the last quarter – largely due to a Scallop War in the English Channel.
After July’s unwelcome hike in inflation the Bank of England relaxed a bit in August as the inflation rate slid back a point or so.
So what did you think of the London Olympics? What a hoot – Danny Boyle’s opening ceremony was amazing.
I once worked alongside an Insurance Actuary who claimed he could ask a dozen questions and then predict when you were going to die.
Staying out of the Eurozone was the best decision the last government was ever forced to take.
The big four supermarket groups are failing to match street market prices across a range of popular fruit and veg.
Lord Howe of Aberavon used a recent speech in the House of Lords to call for an end to the UK’s mixture of metric and imperial measures.
George Osborne is having a rough time steering the UK economy through the worst economic crisis for 60 years.
Chancellor George Osborne has announced plans to scrap Sunday trading restrictions during the Olympics.