OK, so I'm finally done with the not insignificant intravenous drip going from my bank account straight into Uncle Roop's pocket.
I want to ditch Sky TV and am wondering the best way to go about it. I'd like to know the best way to get recordable HD Freeview channels at the minimum cost?
He's got Hereford United v Shrewsbury Town & Chester v Wrexham in there, but no City vs Argyle!! Poor show dear boy.
Parking and other motoring fines (except speeding I guess) via CCTV and through the post are now a thing of the past.
Thank you to the Tories and a victory for common sense.
I've been a victim of these at least 5 times & £250 worth!
I confess I've jumped on the conspiracy theory bandwagon in the past, but having watched yet another doco on it this week on National Geographic (JFK:The Lost Bullet) I'm wondering why I ever did. It's thought provoking and although the link to the missing bullet is a little spurious (i.e...
Now, I'm no big fan of the guy as you know. Neither am I one for meddling with the free market. But, all credit to Milliband for sticking up the Energy Companies and rubbishing their empty and pathetic threats of blackouts and the like.
Banks have been the taget of many people's bile over the...
Well according to George Osborne anyway. And Labour have been proved wrong.
Is this guy for real? I mean there are undoubtedly green shoots appearing, but it's still going to be a long long road out of this one.
Or is anyone out there wholeheartedly in agreement with him?
Can't find the old thread so I'll start another.
Saw James May filming in a vintage Rolls yesterday in my lunch hour round the corner yesterday in Belgravia Square on my way past Thatcher's house to get sandwiches.
And so, according to the Graun, yesterday was benefits ground zero day. The world has come to an end apparently; all poor are being expunged onto the streets to starve and the NHS starts capitulating. Well I haven't seen any evidence of bedlam on my way to work this morning. The sun is still...
OK, I'm done.
Osborne's attempt to stoke up the housing market with government backed loans has lost the Tories my vote.
I'll admit I was wavering after my MP (David Burrowes) wrote that letter suggesting that Huhne & Pryce had gotten off too lightly. But trying to prop up an already inflated...