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



Via msn.comPub owners say tax reductions are needed to keep industry afloatWetherspoons chairman and founder Tim Martin said “tax equality” was needed if pubs and restaurants were to “survive and thrive” in the future.He told the PA news agen...

Car hits pub

on Jul 4, 2020 in: Cars, Pubs

From the BBC:A car smashed through the front of a pub hours before it was due to open for the first time in nearly four months.The owners of the Swan Inn near Ashford in Kent were woken by a "terrible bang" at about 02:00 BST as a Land Rover crashed...

Yeah! Go retailers!

on Jul 3, 2020

From The Guardian:Landsec, the property group behind the Trinity Leeds shopping centre and Bluewater in Kent, said struggling retailers paid less than a third of the rent due last month.Retailers paid only £9m of the £31m rent due on stores on 24 J...

The side lengths in a right angle triangle follow a nice pattern - the square of [the length of] the hypotenuse = the sum of the squares of [the lengths of ] the other two sides. The cool kids refer to this as the Gougu Rule.For example, 3^2 + 4^2 =...

From the BBC:Astronomers have found a previously unseen type of object circling a distant star. It could be the core of a gas world like Jupiter, offering an unprecedented glimpse inside one of these giant planets...Its radius is about three-and-a-ha...

From The Guardian:England's privatised water firms paid £57bn in dividends since 1991In the past 10 years, the companies have paid out £17bn in dividends and directors’ pay has soared...  According to the analysis by David Hall and Karol Yea...

From Microsoft News:As Leicester became the first city in the UK to be placed in a local lockdown following a spike of coronavirus cases, there are concerns that other northern areas may follow. Both Bradford and Doncaster are “clearly of conc...