Hoo Tu Meke-a A Bunk

Hoo Tu Meke-a A Bunk

In the hope of making something tasty for the economy to feast upon, one can only imagine the conversations that occurred during the process of creating something that has a bit of everything thrown in. If ever there was evidence needed of Thick of It  goings on in Mr Osborne’s  department, the announcement of plans [...]
September 2012 Noteworthy News

September 2012 Noteworthy News

Is the High Street seeing its Phoenix? -  The butcher, the baker et al are on the increase  and coming back with the real experience, not virtual.  A sample of 30,000 independent stores and shops illustrated the hairdressers and beauticians taking a lead, with pubs, sandwich bars and fashion shops in ‘retreat’ amongst a cost-conscious [...]
August 2012 Intermediary A-Musing

August 2012 Intermediary A-Musing

Design on Protecting Your Business: With their monosyllabic response of computer says ‘no’ extended to now include the likes of ‘outside criteria’ or ‘it doesn’t sit comfortably with us’, smaller enterprise’s expectations of the high street banks continue to consistently fall short because those lender type expectations are nigh on impossible to meet. Apparently there [...]
August 2012 Noteworthy News

August 2012 Noteworthy News

Last August had the London riots, this year August has the London Olympics. Last year had Project Merlin and Greece in the headlines, this year it’s all about mortgage price wars, because of the FLS (Funding for Lending Scheme) overstepping the NLGS (National Loan Guarantee Scheme) to which the Bank of England will be monitoring. Interest [...]
August 2012 Noteworthy News

July 2012 Noteworthy News

Let’s start with what we Brits seem to like talking about instead of leaving it until the end as an ...and finally.... the weather -   June was the wettest on record, ‘Nuff said!  Although water restrictions have been lifted, some farmers, such as apple growers in Sussex  might be counting the cost of their crops [...]
It`s in the Bag!

It`s in the Bag!

Sentence has been made for the next four years, following the Government scrutinising its spending. Laid out with little evidence, like a cadaver in a crime drama waiting for the inventive pathologist to make the seemingly impossible possible;  Spending Review. If only the financial crisis had DNA then the culprits could be nailed, but instead, [...]