Consultations give citizens a real the chance to influence policy – you don’t need to be an expert to have your say.
Flashbacks, visual cliches and caricatures in episode two of the wildly over-hyped drama.
HAVE you ever committed a crime by accident? Perhaps you’ve absent-mindedly left a shop without paying, or crept above the speed limit, or breached a celebrity superinjunction. If you’re an “accidental landlord” you might be indulging in criminal activity at this very moment, by letting out a property without registering. If so, should you beContinue reading “Don’t the banks have a role to play in enforcing landlord registration rules?”
THE problem I have with this drama, about a well-loved celebrity accused of rape post-Yewtree, is that I just don’t buy Robbie Coltrane as a comedian turned quiz show host. Paul Finchley is no Bob Monkhouse or Les Dawson, and maybe that’s deliberate – after all, it would be unfair to besmirch the reputation of any actual performer byContinue reading “National Treasure, Episode 1: Robbie Coltrane fails to convince”
Why does it feel like the customer is always wrong and must adapt or die (a digital death)?
Roses are red, Purple is heather, Roses are red, John rode his bike, Roses are red, Minds are blown, Roses are red, Golden are sands, Roses are red, A kitten purrs,
A woman can walk away from a sleazy guy in the street, but she can’t very easily avoid a classmate who stares at her during lessons, or a colleague who badgers her for a date via her work email account.
The policing of Muslim women on French beaches was so utterly wrong-headed, even the Daily Mail disapproved.