Tag Archives: Privatization

Trafalgar Square Post Office—gone but not forgotten.

24th December 2018 was a dark day, even for those used to the seemingly endless stream of announcements about post office closures. It was on this day that Trafalgar Square Post Office last closed its doors to the public. Once … Continue reading

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The Establishment

Following my theme of not reviewing new books, I couldn’t resist a few comments about The Establishment, by Owen Jones (Penguin Books). Cause for reflection, I thought. I did not find the book the easiest of reads, and there were … Continue reading

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Fine Wines and Civil Servants – a toxic cocktail

Having said that it would not be a habit for me to engage in reviewing books, I find myself about to review another book. I had better explain. I have always been interested in the breadth of activities in which … Continue reading

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