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This is the clip that was sampled for Primal Scream’s Loaded “Just what is it that you want to do?” “We wanna be free. We wanna be free to do what we wanna do, and we wanna get loaded and have … Continue reading
I’m sorry to disappoint the headline writers at the BBC, but pensions are not about to change very much, are not in crisis and aren’t really worth the headlines they are getting. Those were the stunning findings of a group … Continue reading
The Pension Play Pen Linked in Group was set up in 2007 to be an alternative to corporate hospitality for those who either couldn’t or wouldn’t accept corporate invites. The ideas was then/ is now, that when people want to … Continue reading
We are putting too large a trust in technology to manage our pensions. The brave new world of Fintech may give us the pension dashboard, pot aggregation and robo-advised spending mechanisms, but are we ready for self-empowerment? In this article I … Continue reading
I had my Christmas lunch with Brian. Brian is homeless. He is 69. He will not use hostels or night-shelters as this would mean mixing with people who drink. He does not drink as his family was a … Continue reading
I spent much of yesterday in and around the resort of Maspalomas, Gran Canaria’s answer to Blackpool. Masplaomas brings together an area of outstanding natural beauty with tat I spent more time in tat, than beauty and deliberately so. I … Continue reading
Being on a rock mid-Atlantic gives you some new perspectives. Like why our jam doesn’t taste of fruit – and how we manage to keep our dogs quiet in the morning. Listening to the dogs of Santa Lucia shout accross … Continue reading
Hope I die before I get old Today’s my son goes up to Cambridge, just as I did 36 years ago. He’ll make his own way, I am off to France to watch the Arc de Triomphe. It feels … Continue reading
his website looks like he hasn’t come across social media yetThe man in the blue suit is Bernard Rhodes, who delivered a spell-binding monologue for nearly three hours last night at the British Library. Bernard Rhodes If you don’t know … Continue reading