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5 ways to stay happy on a lockdown Saturday morning!

I have good reason to feel sorry for myself this morning, but I am not sorry for myself – I am in an extremely good news for the following five reasons I am listening to Aggers and Tuffers on test … Continue reading

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Has my body beaten Covid or not?

Who’s the boss? It’s now 10 days since my Covid symptoms started, , 8 days since I tested and 5 days since I got positive test results. Theoretically I can stop self-isolating tomorrow and say I have had the virus. … Continue reading

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Brexit – must we now pragmatically accept our fate?

The Times’ survey, published this morning on the eve of the latest (and probably final) deadline to decide a deal, shows Britain as divided as ever over Brexit. Most of us can relate to the four categories and would by … Continue reading

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COVID-19 ; have recent Government interventions helped?

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How will the vaccine change things? A triple Dutch dose!

  Triple Dutch Www.crownactuaries.eu   Servaas Houben, Kees Van Heugten and Rob Smit are three Dutch actuaries who have been doing their own modelling of the impact of Covid-19. They have now produced a paper on the likely impact of … Continue reading

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Has our attitude to wealth changed with Covid or with Brexit?

COVID may be the excuse, but the political swing occasioned by Brexit is what may drive change. Continue reading

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