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Economics For Five Year Olds

by Rick Marrufo
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There is a man. It is always a man. This man owns lots of workshops and employs lots of workers. The workshops are overseas. Labour is cheaper overseas. The workshops create no waste and no pollution. The workers in the workshops are busy all year round. The workers make toys, games, computers, consoles and everything […] Source: News Feed

How George Osborne Could Help Small Entrepreneurs – A Tax Allowance For The Self-Employed

by Rick Marrufo
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Article 24 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: Everyone has the right to rest and leisure, including reasonable limitation of working hours and periodic holidays with pay. Here’s something I’d like to see announced in George Osborne‘s Autumn Statement next week. A tax allowance for the self-employed. Here’s why. Currently, if you are employed […] Source: News Feed

When I Grow Up, I Want To Be Like David Icke

by Rick Marrufo
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While half-watching the press review on the Saturday morning breakfast news, my attention was drawn to a double page spread in the Daily Express about a madman called David Icke with the headline UTTERLY BONKERS. According to the article: “A sell-out Wembley crowd, and thousands globally, will spend a fortune to hear ‘messiah’ David Icke’s […] Source: News Feed

Gone Writing

by Rick Marrufo
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Thought it was about time I put up the “Gone Writing” sign at Entrepreneur.co.uk. Since the Summer, I’ve taken a complete break from what I normally do so that I can concentrate full-time on finishing my book, Why Do Only Fools And Horses Work?. And that means no more blog posts, no more tweets and […] Source: News Feed