Friday, July 22, 2016

Six of the Best 612

In an open memo to David Cameron, former Canadian high commissioner to the UK, Jeremy Kinsman, sets out the scale of Remain's failure.

James Ball and Marie Le Conte take us inside the complex snarl of companies that control Momentum.

Pension raids and contribution holidays, together with some bad planning and short-sighted tax policy, have left pension funds with a massive gap. Companies are now trying to cover this using money that might otherwise go towards pay rises. Those they employ are working to cover the cost of benefits they are unlikely to see themselves while seeing their own pay stagnate." Flip Chart Rick lays bare the great pensions cock up.

Greener cities are healthier cites, says Pascal Mittermaier.

Glen Wright offers a short history of cats in academia: "When cats aren’t contributing to academic life, they are themselves the subject of much interesting research, including a much-publicised study suggesting that your cat may wish to kill you."

Flickering Lamps on the church tower that was moved from the City to Twickenham between 1938 and 1940.

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