Mark Wadsworth

Blog URL:http://markwadsworth.blogspot.com
Blog Tags:Land Value Tax, Cows, Humour, Statistics, Taxation, Economics, Libertarianism, Simplification
Country:United Kingdom
State/Province:London
Location:London

Economics and cow attacks.



Latest Blog Posts



Hard Cheese

on Sep 17, 2017

More from Project Fear here: now it's cheese that is threatened by Brexit....the British Retail Consortium ... has just issued a report warning that, whatever the settlement, food shortages should be expected, and prices will rise across the board. L...

From The Guardian:The discrepancy was condemned by the Booksellers Association’s Giles Clifton, head of corporate affairs. “The BA has already highlighted the unequal treatment meted out by the business-rates system to British booksellers, the st...

From today's Evening Standard:You have recently highlighted the issue of 'modern slavery' but this is only the tip of the iceberg.In economic and historic terms, a slave owner is usually a landowner who takes the bulk of the value which slaves create...

We'll be at The Brewmaster nr Leicester Square tube station from 5.20 or so onwards - if you think you'll turn up later than 6.30, please get in touch gmwadsworth@gmail.com or 07954 59 07 44.Leicester Square Tube Exit 1, turn left and left again into...

Read it and weep

on Sep 14, 2017 in: Pubs

From The Daily Mail:Last orders for the traditional boozer? A third of British pubs have now closed since the 1970s thanks to rising business rates and beer taxes...Yes, it is very sad, but it was the smoking ban wot dunnit, as a pub landlord tries t...

From City AM:British banking is an “accident waiting to happen”, according to a new report from think tank the Adam Smith Institute marking the 10-year anniversary of the Northern Rock crash.Today’s paper, authored by Durham University finance...

From the BBC:More than half of Britain has seen wages rise faster than house prices in the last 10 years, research by a mortgage lender has suggested... "While some northern cities, such as Manchester, are less affordable than they were in 2007, in...