A new political leader is a major headline in any country . After all , it now becomes a real possibility that the person elected could be governing you , instead of it being a remote possibility .
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I read today on the BBC website that Whitbread is to raise prices to cover the costs of the living wage implementation . The original intention of the government was to shift welfare costs onto business . Fair enough.
So Nigel Farage will lead a separate No campaign to exit the EU. Looks like he will add some passion and colour to the process. I think he should be given a crack at being the official "No" campaign leader , after all his party was by far the winner in last May's elections
An old friend of mine once related how the last time he stood up on the bus for a woman was the day prior to The Sex Equality Act . So there ! Well he was a schoolboy and no doubt is slightly more chivalrous.
I was trundling along the M60 today at a sedentary 45 mph and was overtaken by a tanker which sported not one , but two stickers, on its flank stating :
Warning - this vehicle may turn left
I am prescribed statins , nothing too out of the ordinary here . It seems that these are proscribed as opposed to prescribed.
So it has finally happened - the commencement of the taxpayer's exit from RBS . The speed of condemnation of The Chancellor makes me believe that the news editors wrote the copy well in advance with scant regard to educating their readers in the basics of investing on the stockmarket.
The emergency budget is now well and truly behind us but I have been busy examining my affairs with a toothcomb . I am a buy to let landlord and also have commercial properties .
Yesterday I noticed that the differential between diesel and petrol was only 2p , somewhat lower than the past few years.
In one short word "no" .
Mainly because I have NOT retired in spite of rumours to the contrary , but it does beg the question as to when does a person actually decide to "retire" . I suspect it is a question a number of you reading this have pondering more than once .