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If you’re looking for a green investment then the crowd funding investment platform Abundance Generation might be what you’re looking for. Abundance Generation is a regulated online platform that lets people lend money from as little as £5 to renewable energy projects in the UK and share in the returns from generating low-carbon electricity. When […]
If you’re a Kindle user then it’s worth investigating BookBub. The Kindle offers are American however simply change the address from “.com” to “.co.uk” and you’ll have the UK offer. Although as I don’t have a Kindle I can’t say how good it actually is.
Was this the start of our current troubles? Mohammad Mosaddegh was the democratically elected Prime Minister of Iran from 1951 until 1953, when his government was overthrown in a coup d’état orchestrated by the British MI6 and the American CIA. Source: Wikipedia All because he nationalised the Anglo-Persian Oil Company an antecedent of today’s BP.
It’s time for those who don’t vote, the young, the poor, the disadvantaged, the disabled and the sick to start. If you don’t then be warned the seeds of a police state have been sown and the rich will crush you, they will allow no protest however peaceful it might be. Current Tory policies of […]
Source: For Fact’s Sake.
It’s not something I’d considered as I’ve never been fond of nationalism, like I’m not interested in the colour of someone’s skin I’m not interested in their country of birth. However, during a discussion on Scottish Independence it was said that Scotland had no influence at Westminster – I thought this odd at the time […]
This poster appeared in MEATLiquor Brighton Source: The Argus. Reportedly on Twitter: @Lazer And @MEATLiquor handled it well, removed it, and even donated £5K to a rape charity — it’s folks like @StormyBA that get my goat. — Aral Balkan (@aral) February 18, 2014 I’ve no idea if it’s appeared in their London restaurants. Still […]
Plastic Surgery & Plastic Doctor & Plastic Hospital Office for Barbie is the games title on
It seems the reason teenagers stay up late at night and find it hard to get out of bed in the morning is biological. One important change that occurs at night time is increased levels of the ‘darkness hormone’ melatonin, which helps us to fall asleep. Most adults start to produce melatonin at about 10pm. […]
On my Twitter feed I was reminded of the Political Compass website, so I thought why not have another go? So here’s my result in relation to UK political parties: Yes that’s me down there on the bottom left! Seems like I should go Green!