What always irritated me.

Its been ages since I wrote anything of any length on a computer. I wrote my way through a pad of A4 recently, by hand! It felt amazing to open it at random few times and find something engaging. That’ll be because I wrote it though, and obviously I’m biased. As amazing as it felt, it wasn’t easy and […]

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I went to my MP’s surgery about TTIP on Monday, I got this letter today…

I began the conversation with the point that government should only take power and wealth from individuals when it has excellent reason to do so, and I asked for these excellent reasons. Robert Stroud, Greg Hands’ caseworker, a relatively jovial fellow, said they were unable to advise on policy. I said I understood that and as deputy chief whip […]

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Today we went swimming for the second time. Piscine Alfred Nakache. After that I got a sim card and so a French mobile numberit ends in “123” oh yeah! +33676156123

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Russian dolls: Why not knowing who owns and controls companies is a huge problem

Originally posted on ideas.ted.com:
Anti-corruption activist Charmian Gooch argues that corporate secrecy and political unrest are connected — and that ending anonymous companies is a step towards global stability. In her June 4 speech at the opening of Parliament in the United Kingdom, the Queen announced legislation to clamp down on corporate secrecy.…

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