As it’s Xmas I thought some good news would be appropriate!
Plymouth Round Table have released a record and the proceeds will be used to help disadvantaged people in the local community.
You can help by visiting the link.
You can download the track for just £1 and ALL proceeds go to charity.
Now, don’t . . . → Read More: Plymouth Round Table
…that we’ll never understand Europe!
Well, I’m not sure we’ll understand why France elected their illustrious leader either but that’s got nothing to do with being an island!
Protests get ignored and the powers that be just send in the Police, the media will never show the truth so why bother?
There is only one way to get governments to listen and that is to do something they have absolutely no weapons against – do nothing!
That’s right! Do nothing!
So, Monday is . . . → Read More: Protests are a waste of time!
Sometimes it’s nice to be able to relate good news… Its Special Education week, and this is in HONOUR of all the children who need a little extra help, patience & understanding. We all need a hand one way or another, please don’t discriminate!!!!!
Come on folks – do your bit
. . . → Read More: Special Education Week
…like people who post on tripadvisor but have never actually been to the hotel in question. Problem is that while the site claims it is unbiased the truth is that no-one checks the reviews so people could say any old rubbish about you and your business. Then the problem becomes one of getting the posts . . . → Read More: Internet cowards…
Out of Cher, Paige and Wagner guess who got through?
And this is a singing competition?
The Equality Act, which starts to come into force this October, will replace existing anti-discrimination laws. It is meant to simplify the rules, remove inconsistencies and make it easier for people to understand and comply. The Act covers seven areas that could affect your businesses:
Discrimination (associative, perceptive and indirect). Discrimination rules will now cover . . . → Read More: Equality Act 2010 – are you ready?
…was found unconscious after attempting to kill himself with his sock, apparently!
I’m sure I’m not the only one thinking that when he gets convicted he should get his sock back…