Monthly Archives: November 2012

Saturday, 24th November, 2012.

Minimum Rates      Two bits of news came my way this week. Firstly, the sad and worrying decision that the Port Talbot steelworks is to make its workers redundant.   Then, the reason for “pound-shops” being able to sell such a … Continue reading

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Saturday, 17th November, 2012.

Not A Surprise Result      What does a Police Commissioner actually do? That’s what I kept hearing as the election of some came over the horizon.   And I could give no real answer.   But I was not alone in that. … Continue reading

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Saturday, 10th November, 2012.

The Right Day!      It takes a long time for Remembrance Day and the nearest Sunday to it to coincide.   But, tomorrow, it happens. The reason why Those-Who-Know-What’s-Best-For-Us changed it to the nearest Sunday is that they were concerned that, … Continue reading

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Saturday, 3rd November, 2012

Vested Interests      For a long time, we’ve been led into the belief that wind-power is a great and good thing.   All over Wales, wind-farms have been springing up on our horizons. And yet, it has been shown that these … Continue reading

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