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Wednesday, 25 April 2012
George Osborne has lead the British economy into a double-dip recession. For the first time since the 1970's the economy has had two quarters of negative growth. Ed Balls has been arguing consistently since he got the job 15 months ago that the economy was too weak to cope with the mix of tax increases and spending cuts that George Osborne has served up. And now it seems he has been proved right.
Monday, 23 April 2012
A new study by British Future has found 84% of Scots have a positive feeling towards the Saint Andrew's Cross. Meanwhile 61% of English people feel the same way about the Saint George's Cross. And about 25% of them see the flag as racist. While only 10% of Scots saw their national flag as racist. And only 7% of Welsh people felt their national flag was racist.
Thursday, 19 April 2012
"I decided I’m going to run for the mayor of Glendale,” Kardashian said, later clarifying that “it’s going to be in, like, five years.” Glendale in California has a large population of people of Armenian heritage. Other celebrities have become Mayors in the past include Clint Eastwood who became Mayor of Carmel and Sonny Bono who was Mayor of Palm Springs.
Tuesday, 17 April 2012
According to some sources Bill Ng who may be about to come the new owner of Glasgow Rangers is worth about £50,000,000. This is after the Blue Knights pulled out of their bid for Glasgow Rangers when Duff and Phelps asked them for a deposit of £500,000. Ticketus which was part of the Blue Knights bid has been in touch with Mr Ng and he has offered them better terms than the Blue Knights.
Monday, 16 April 2012
Friday, 13 April 2012
The Scottish National Party leader said the front cover displays a sort of "Bullingdon Club humour" of "sneering condescensions".
"It just insults every single community in Scotland," he told Radio Clyde.
"This is how they really regard Scotland. This is Unionism boiled down to its essence and stuck on a front page for every community in Scotland to see their sneering condescensions.
"They shall rue the day they thought they'd have a joke at Scotland's expense."
Salmond added: "This doesn't represent England. Goodness' sake, I wouldn't insult the people of England the way the Economist believes it should insult the communities of Scotland.
"This is a particular strata of London society. It's not a very attractive strata. They're not even funny, let's face it. If it was a decent joke we'd have a laugh at it. This is just plain insults."
Tuesday, 10 April 2012
Friday, 6 April 2012
Crisis hit football club Glasgow Rangers currently have debts of 55,000,000 pounds. But that could increase even more if they lose the Big Tax Case to the HMRC. A total of more than £93,000,000 is being claimed by HM Revenue and Customs, relating to the big and small tax cases, and unpaid VAT and PAYE. Rangers also owe other football clubs money. Domestically, Rangers owe: Hearts (£800,000), Dunfermline Athletic (£83,370), Dundee United (£65,981), Celtic (£40,337) and Inverness Caledonian Thistle (£39,805).
English clubs are also owed more than £700,000. This breaks down as: Manchester City (£328,248), Chelsea (£238,345) and Arsenal (£136,560).
European clubs are also owed more than £1.6m, including Rapid Vienna (£1,011,763), St Etienne (£252,212), Palermo (£205,513) and Orebro (£150,000).
Tuesday, 3 April 2012
Sunday, 1 April 2012
"We as a party have to be seen to be fighting to keep the Union together. Even if we don’t agree with it, because at the end of it all, if the Scots say we’re out of here and they want to go independent, we can turn around and say it’s not what we wanted, it’s not what we campaigned for, you can’t have this, you can’t have that, and you can get on with it." Peter Cruddas former Conservative Party treasurer speaking to a undercover reporter from the Sunday Times newspaper.