The Brexit Rules

The Brexit Rules

The Prime Minister has never had any backing in her brexit negotiations and with another vote coming in 48 hours she will surely be defeated again with a decision to extend Article 50 so that a deal can be struck – But the EU is a wolf in sheep’s clothing.

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Great British Companies

Great British Companies

The British brand does not need the US, the EU or anyone else for that matter to maintain a global commercial presence. US and EU markets matter of course, but in reality – all Britain needs is trade within the Commonwealth to be self sufficient.

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Bitcoin and the Blockchain

Bitcoin and the Blockchain

Cryptocurrencies have really taken off. The once hidden bitcoin with a nasty reputation for laundering money has turned mainstream and probably everyone has heard of Bitcoin these days – But what is it and how does it work.

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The thrill of Taipei

The thrill of Taipei

Taiwan is a small island nation 180km east of China with modern cities, traditional Chinese temples, hot springs resorts and dramatic mountainous terrain. This post takes a snapshot view at the capital Taipai City.

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The Coupe Breast

The Coupe Breast

The humble Champagne saucer is a type of glassware known as a coupe. It’s shape has been likened to the breasts of several women of fame, including most recently, a casting of Kate Moss’s left breast. The glass has come to befit banquets, cocktail events and was the Champagne partner until the flute usurped it.

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Selfridges The Best Store in The World

Selfridges The Best Store in The World

Selfridges, also known as Selfridges & Co, is a chain of high end department stores in the UK. Founded by Harry Gordon Selfridge the TV series about him and his stores has helped to publicise the ethos and driving force that continues to steer the brand today.

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The White Truffle

The White Truffle

Truffles can sell for thousands and the largest are sold at auction for hundreds of thousands. Truffles are the strong-smelling fruit of a subterranean Ascomycete fungus that grows in broadleaved woodland on calcareous soils. They are considered a culinary delicacy.

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The Telephone Box

The Telephone Box

In 1880 The Telephone Company and the Edison Telephone Company of London merged to become The United Telephone Company, and the rest is British telecom history. The telephone box has undergone improvement and refinement but overall these red hollow monoliths have earned their place in the London Hall of Fame.

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BT the worst telecoms company

BT the worst telecoms company

BT inherited the telecoms monopoly from the Post Office. You would think that by now they’d understand the commercial benefits of an efficient customer journey and good customer service – think again!

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The Brexit Rules

The Brexit Rules

The Prime Minister has never had any backing in her brexit negotiations and with another vote coming in 48 hours she will surely be defeated again with a decision to extend Article 50 so that a deal can be struck – But the EU is a wolf in sheep’s clothing.

read more
Great British Companies

Great British Companies

The British brand does not need the US, the EU or anyone else for that matter to maintain a global commercial presence. US and EU markets matter of course, but in reality – all Britain needs is trade within the Commonwealth to be self sufficient.

read more
Bitcoin and the Blockchain

Bitcoin and the Blockchain

Cryptocurrencies have really taken off. The once hidden bitcoin with a nasty reputation for laundering money has turned mainstream and probably everyone has heard of Bitcoin these days – But what is it and how does it work.

read more
The thrill of Taipei

The thrill of Taipei

Taiwan is a small island nation 180km east of China with modern cities, traditional Chinese temples, hot springs resorts and dramatic mountainous terrain. This post takes a snapshot view at the capital Taipai City.

read more
The Coupe Breast

The Coupe Breast

The humble Champagne saucer is a type of glassware known as a coupe. It’s shape has been likened to the breasts of several women of fame, including most recently, a casting of Kate Moss’s left breast. The glass has come to befit banquets, cocktail events and was the Champagne partner until the flute usurped it.

read more
Selfridges The Best Store in The World

Selfridges The Best Store in The World

Selfridges, also known as Selfridges & Co, is a chain of high end department stores in the UK. Founded by Harry Gordon Selfridge the TV series about him and his stores has helped to publicise the ethos and driving force that continues to steer the brand today.

read more
The White Truffle

The White Truffle

Truffles can sell for thousands and the largest are sold at auction for hundreds of thousands. Truffles are the strong-smelling fruit of a subterranean Ascomycete fungus that grows in broadleaved woodland on calcareous soils. They are considered a culinary delicacy.

read more
The Telephone Box

The Telephone Box

In 1880 The Telephone Company and the Edison Telephone Company of London merged to become The United Telephone Company, and the rest is British telecom history. The telephone box has undergone improvement and refinement but overall these red hollow monoliths have earned their place in the London Hall of Fame.

read more
BT the worst telecoms company

BT the worst telecoms company

BT inherited the telecoms monopoly from the Post Office. You would think that by now they’d understand the commercial benefits of an efficient customer journey and good customer service – think again!

read more