I can't speak for Tavy, but when it comes to me at least, if any whiff of bad news comes along, I immediately see the silver lining.
Pound crashes - cool, great for exports
House Prices crash - brilliant for generation Rent
Fishermen export less - more for us here, maybe even see price drop...
Caught a very informative and moving documentary last night on Sky Arts about the lead singer of X-ray Spex, Poly Styrene, aka Marianne Elliot-Said.
I must admit I didn't know much about her or her band but because Radio 6 keeps playing their biggest hit "Oh Bondage Up Yours", I thought I'd...
Ok, well fair enough...but I'll be doing my bit to try and help him not lose his deposit. His cause is a very worthy one imho, even if it falls on the deaf ears of the many neo-liberal Uber Remainer dinner party set around our way.
London is lost to Labour for good. I know that much. I see...
And one might think that will continue to sway the way of No as the months go by and Brexit doesn't end up being the disaster proclaimed by Project Fear (or even, dare I say it...a success).
<<...runs for cover...>>>
The average wage of a UK nurse is actually £33.5k.
Here to help.
Besides, if money is your thing I suggest you avoid nursing. Try getting a job in investment banking. Or if that's too cut throat for you, try angling for an executive non-job at the bbc.
Whilst on that note, even I am wondering if Piers Morgan has gone a little bit too far with this tweet:
A little bit uncanny however that they have the same haircut and same dress. Calculated or coincidence?
I just got an invite to book my vaccine appointment.
I'm torn tbh. I had said I'd wait until Sept at the earliest, but after some rumination I'm thinking it'd be good to add a "Vaccinated against Covid" line to my CV which will be going out again next month. Mind you, that might just show to...