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A Brave new world
My father worked for the ‘Pru’, joining them after the end of WW2. The ‘Man from the Pru’ was him, a suited figure striding forward with that strange roof shaped umbrella logo. And income tax for him was at 98%. ...more >
March 21, 2018
Help make our Bento Bulletins an even better read...
As a recipient of our 'Bento' email bulletins we are asking you to take part in a very short survey on what kind of information and content you enjoy receiving from us. ...more >
February 28, 2018
Stinking badges 3
For those of you who remember the Mel Brooks classic ‘Blazing Saddles’ the town of Rock Ridge is being held to ransom by out of control Mexican bandits who proudly proclaim to the Mayor, Hedley Lamarr, that in a town with no sheriff, to cause havoc they “don’t need no stinking badges”. ...more >
February 23, 2018
NHS and 'the Donald'
Given that the NHS has been politically ‘weaponised’ (whatever that means) I thought that I would ‘go off piste’ with some musings on whether Donald Trump was actually right about the NHS after all. ...more >
February 12, 2018
What is the GDPR and when will it apply?
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on 25 May 2018 and will govern the use of personal information throughout the European Union. It replaces the EU's Data Protection Directive and the UK's Data Protection Act 1998. The Government's Data Protection Bill (due to come into force this year) will ensure that the GDPR remains in our law post-Brexit so there is little doubt that the GDPR is here to stay. ...more >
January 31, 2018