It’s a load of Pollocks! Well, like the paintings or not, a Jackson Pollock will sell for millions. The paintings are part of the Marmite effect.
You either love them or hate them. Many subjects fit into the Marmite category. Take the European Union, many would wish that you would!
On Wednesday the 23rd of January David Cameron delivered the best speech of his life. It was also the most important speech delivered in British politics since the end of the Second World War, irrespective of your own political views.
This was because it represented all of the concerns of the British Public and no British politician has done that for over 60 years – even though they are our servants.
The speech was also a political master stroke that put the bloated EU organisation in its place. In weeks to come the citizens of Europe will begin to agree with Cameron, even though their initial reaction to the UK may have been to say “Pollocks”.
Most people in the UK want to be part of Europe, but not at any cost. Europe is not working and Cameron has shouted this from the rooftops and nobody can argue that point.
Many people believe that the speech will leave the UK high and dry. But that’s only what some politicians want you to believe. People like the German Foreign Minister said, “Cherry-Picking is not an option.” The French Foreign Minister said,” You can’t do Europe a la carte.” But they are wrong as they are disconnected from their Masters – the people that they represent. They have forgotten about people power.
Even Radio 4, at the time of Cameron’s speech, which they were supposed to be covering, thought it more appropriate to discuss Doctor Who, admittedly an iconic programme, and then pick a few one liners and patronisingly tell its viewers that we’ve all heard what Cameron had to say. Well we would have had we watched Sky News!
So if Radio 4 could not recognise the importance of the speech then either they are out of touch or they believe that their anchormen are more important than the future of our nation.
Many people in small businesses often feel that that they have been targeted by the Politicians rather than helped. This is true and why many companies have faced winding up petitions and then closed down.
Business people now have come to recognise many insolvency procedures such as Company Voluntary Arrangements since high profile companies such as Travelodge, that have used such schemes, have managed to keep afloat.
Categories: Winding up Petition
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