Tag Archives: policing

“Our weapon is the camera”

Perhaps the measure of political control in Libya is calibrated by fear.
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Feeding frenzy at the claims management zoo!

I was t-boned by an entrepreneurial garage owner on Saturday who , after shunting me off the road enterprisingly suggested that he would be happy to do the repairs on my car. I politely declined feeling it vaguely inappropriate. I … Continue reading

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Sharing stuff

I won’t be the first to remark on the polarisation of the business community between those who see the internet as a threat to their intellectual property (grounded) and those who regard collaboration as a means of creating a better world for … Continue reading

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It’s the legacy, stupid!

If we really care about retirement outcomes, we have to think about this stuff and the £20bn of unclaimed (orphaned) pensions that are hanging around in the back cupboards of life companies and occupational pension schemes alike. Continue reading

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A policeman’s lot’s a beneficial one

I doubt I will be the only person this morning seriously worried by the attitude their senior officers display when called to account.
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