Monthly Archives: April 2014

Tickety Boo?

As the RMT gears up for industrial action, Boris Johnson speaks of modernising and improving London Underground, stating that “fewer than 3% of tube journeys start at a ticket office” as justification for their closure. That is undoubtedly true, of … Continue reading

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Sugar – not merely a euphemism

I was in a certain well-known supermarket one lunchtime last week and, rather than snacking on fattening stuff, I decided that I was going to be healthy. Hence I chose to have a ‘Chargrilled Chicken and Bacon Pasta’ and ‘Carrots … Continue reading

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