Given that transport and industrialisation were founded in the United Kingdom, it only seems right for it to be a continuous theme in the news and politics today. Boris Johnson, Mayor of London, has confirmed a £900 million investment plan in the transport industry, bringing the longest cycling lane to exist in Europe, throughout the Central parts… Read More The surfacing of ‘transport issues’ in Britain
After countless self-defence mechanisms and immunity boosting efforts, it happened, that’s right i got sick… and it’s about the third week in now. For those of you who know me well, i am quite the busy-bee. I hate not doing anything and for the first time in a while, i have literally had to deprive myself… Read More too much medicine, lost in thought..
I just listened to a rather interesting talk by Professor Michael Pollan (Berkeley University), and he has got me thinking about the very sources of food. What do we define as food? Is it the chocolate bars you can buy from the supermarket? The energy drinks bottled and ready with hundreds of ingredients? Or the… Read More What is food?
From Thatcher’s ‘Statecraft’, “We now know that bin Laden’s terrorists had been planning their outrage for years. The propagation of their mad, bad ideology decency forbids calling it a religion- had been taking place before our eyes. We were just too blind to see it.” It’s funny, most Muslims are afraid to utter the word… Read More Terrorism
A Short quote from Margaret Thatcher’s book ‘Statecraft’.. “Many African governments get away with kleptocracy. Several Asian governments get away with disrespect for fundamental human rights. Most European governments get away with high taxation and over regulation. Bad policies inflict damage on those who practice them, as well as those on whose behalf they are… Read More Nothing has changed really