Payments need to go ‘bankless’

I’ve seen it suggested that if bank payments are called ‘cashless’, then cash payments should be called ‘bankless’. We need more of this – there is no reason why we have to give banks more power than they have already. The banks, of course do all they can to influence government and with Chancellor Sunak… Read more

A spoonful of sugar substitute….

This article in the New York Times suggests some of the problems that sugar substitutes may provoke. It is an interesting read but the concluding commentary is the crux of the issue: Dr. Robert Lustig, an obesity expert and professor emeritus at the University of California, San Francisco, said that artificial sweeteners confuse the body:… Read more

Public Health England is being used…

I’m in contact with someone who works for Public Health England and we seem to have discovered suspicious and dark reasons for failing to disclose the testing figures : Just look at this thread – basics are below: This is government corruption where the unelected Cummings remunerates his pals and where local government doesn’t get… Read more