February 2015

TTIP is coming. And you will love it

Firstly a primer for socialists, who have no understanding of economics: Free trade and globalisation are incredibly good, they drive down prices, increase economic activity, alleviate poverty, decrease unemployment, increase […]

Margaret Hodge and tax

Stemcor, Steel Marketing Corporation, is a British steel trading company. The company is based in London, UK, and has 145 business units in 45 countries around the world, employing more […]

Zero hours = brilliant

Labour laws in Britain are vastly too strict and rigid, they were put together at a time when trade unions had excessive power which they abused on an immense scale, […]

Miliband rank hypocrisy

In a recent speech Ed Miliband said about tax avoidance: “It is costing everyone who relies on our schools, our hospitals, our roads and our railways. It is costing everyone […]

An example of bad capitalism

Business jets are brilliant tools. By cutting out busy airports and by flying close to from and to where they are needed they massively increase the productivity of management. A […]

Austerity = Labour lie

Gordon Brown’s recession (his team, including Ed Miliband and Ed Balls, must take some of the blame) created the deepest UK recession since the war. Manufacturing output declined 7% by the end […]

Stefano Pessina is the boss of Walgreens Boots Alliance, a global holding company which owns a number of pharmaceutical manufacturing, wholesale and distribution companies. It is huge and highly successful with […]