This is a Guest Post from Wensley Dale I have sometimes read your blog, Moraymint, and I share some of your concerns about the future. There are so many big changes taking place at the moment many of which both interact and have their own momentum.  I suppose, however, that is generally the case but […]


This time last year I was contemplating my prospects for 2013.  With a business partner, I own a company that builds off-site manufactured houses, made proudly in Scotland.  The housing market was and remains shot to pieces, regardless of what you might read in the press.  OK, so the market is going like a fair […]


I’m preparing an ‘upside’ post right now to balance all of the ‘downside’ stuff that I’ve published here on this blog over the past year or two.  I recognise the need to shine some light on how we’re supposed to respond to what I argue is a steam train coming down the tracks towards us, […]


Introduction Despite the worst fears of at least one of my daughters, I am in fact a happy chappy.  You could be forgiven for thinking otherwise if you read most of the posts on this blog, or my contributions to the comments pages of the Daily Telegraph or, indeed, many of the posts on my […]


Sign of the times as my Regiment lays up the Standards of 5 of its squadrons (3 having been disbanded), one of which – 48 Squadron RAF Regiment – I commanded from 1992 – 1994 … there are days when I wonder about British government spending priorities as I watch our political class divert £400 […]


OK, so I can feel a rant coming on. Today in the Daily Telegraph, one of my preferred business and economics journalists, Mr Jeremy Warner, highlighted something to us.  Mr Warner had been looking at a report published by the management consultancy, McKinsey & Company.  The McKinsey guys (they’re dead clever) demonstrated that Quantitave Easing, […]


It’s a real conundrum living as we do in an age of omnipresent information (in this case an audio-video record of an event that in earlier times would never, ever have been known to anyone other than those directly involved) whilst warfighting remains the same as it has been for a thousand years: hell on […]

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