"We're Missing Out On The Moolah!"
3 hours ago
At a properly enforced and managed 100% tax, you have maximum revenue.
When I criticised Starkey for playing xenophobia for laughs, and asked why, as an advocate of Britishness, he lives for part of the year in the United States, the dinosaur showed its claws.
"real British values" are not, as Starkey put it, "entrenched in the foothills of the Punjab".
In doing this, the White House has made a mistake, says experts. "The United States has the most to lose from attacks like these. No other country has so much of its economy linked to the online world," writes Mikko Hypponen, a Finnish cybercrime expert. "By launching Stuxnet, American officials opened Pandora's box. They will most likely end up regretting this decision." Terms like a "digital Pearl Harbor" and "Cybergeddon" are now being tossed around.
What? You don't think there is anything wrong with that? Ah, yes. That's the tidied up 07:37 version. I woke up with the 06:13 version:
Flooding hits northern England after torrential rain
Same shit beneath it - and I am sorry for the people affected - but apart from one warning for a village in Aberdeenshire, there is nothing north of the Borders.
Flood warnings across northern UK after torrential rain
his native Australia had made an "effective declaration of abandonment" by refusing to intervene in his planned extradition.
My government is not my government any more. It's just a subsidiary of the United States. They got together to send him back to the US.
(a)that the complainant did not consent to the relevant act, and
(b)that the defendant did not believe that the complainant consented to the relevant act.
Writing on Twitter, Plaid AM Jonathan Edwards said: "This is a hugely significant development. Milford is a huge energy portal. LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) and nukes don't go together."
is the diamond jubilee medal real silver (?)
Voting to go on strike is not a decision working people take lightly and is always accompanied by a strong sense of injustice at work. The impact of losing a day's pay is significant, not least for those in the lowest paid jobs who are already on the tightest budgets.
To suggest that benefits encourage people to go on strike is ridiculous.
The government's intention to limit benefits for strikers, however, is more about rhetoric than real impact.
To end this impasse, let us tax Europe's vast wealth
That's nearly thirteen times the density of pure Osmium! In a kiddies' toy! Or, looking at it another way, about the same as a real female of the species.
- Weight: 92.5 kg
- Height: 7.5 cm
- Width: 6.5 cm
- Depth: 6.5 cm
In general, 67 percent of people prefer PCs over Macs. But among those who have acted dumber than they actually are to improve their social standing, 79 percent prefer PCs.
Ceop called for police forces to prioritise investigating suspects who had easy access to children.78 arrests, 80 kids "safeguarded" (whatever that means - if they've been put in to council care, they're hardly 'safe') - big operation.
On the face of it, activists can now rest easy: if your government is trying to read your emails, Google will do its best to let you know. For those in autocratic regimes, this is true. For those in western democracies, however, the real position is very different: Google will often directly hand your details over.Right. So their double standard is that they obey the law (Ed note: should technology companies have a free hand to disobey the law because some campaigner disagrees with that law? Don't effing think so.) - and they warn you if somebody is trying to break the law by hacking in to your account. Doesn't seem like a double standard to me? But then I'm not an ex-Wikileaker (double standards galore). I'd note that Google also has a history of resisting overbroad data requests and publishes openly transparency data.
Unfortunately, I suspect it is actually full of appalling harridans who've been run out even of the Sociology Dept for being too strident in their "all men are bastards"ism and a few "useful idiot" bag carriers.
The Department of Sexology
University of Quebec at Montreal
We're not getting any investment right now from the wealthy - they're hoarding cash by the truckload and plenty of it in government gilts.
So government borrowing doesn't finance anything? WTFF are the bastards doing it for then?"Sorry, what do you think that Government gilts finance? They finance the public sector. The Government issues them to raise money to pay for schools, hospitals."They finance nothing. Gilts provide savings with interest for people that can afford to buy them. When originally issued bits of paper promising interest are merely swapped for bits of paper that dont, the latter previously supplied by the State via deficit depending.
(c) 'Surreptitious Evil' 2006 - 2017.