To expand and embellish the enhancements received from unselfishness towards others.

The Covid-19 pandemic demonstrated to numerous people, not just those who received, but also to those who showed generosity, thought, humility, caring and sharing to others, that everyone could benefit. Such awareness was, and is, a basic principle of traditional and indigenous communities, possibly a key factor enabling our early ancestors to form, and maintain,Continue reading “To expand and embellish the enhancements received from unselfishness towards others.”

Experts among the general public find it harder than they should to provide unsolicited knowledge to Government to inform and influence Policy, especially in emergencies.

With the public outnumbering Government Sector staff and politicians by at least 50 million adults, inescapably there is significant expertise and specialist knowledge among the general public that cannot exist within Government but could be of great assistance to HMG on many topics. At the start of the pandemic, many Normal Sized Businesses, i.e. SMALLContinue reading “Experts among the general public find it harder than they should to provide unsolicited knowledge to Government to inform and influence Policy, especially in emergencies.”

Replenishing the coffers

After spending so much public money in reponse to the coronavirus threat, there will be a need to find ways to refill the public purse that do not all rely upon austerity. This could include a more robust approach to aggressive tax avoidance schemes and tax avoidance by multi national comapanies through creative transfer pricing.Continue reading “Replenishing the coffers”

During the pandemic, education has been unavoidably disrupted. This disruption has brought education to the forefront of the public’s collective consciousness.

The vast majority have agreed that education not only plays a vital role in a young person’s life, but also a pivotal role in the future life choices that they will have access to. It can be assumed that parents now realise how hard educating is. They have also become more acutely aware of theContinue reading “During the pandemic, education has been unavoidably disrupted. This disruption has brought education to the forefront of the public’s collective consciousness.”

Taxation in the information age

Commerce has moved on-line due the pandemic, accelerating a change in business practice, undermining most physical retail and wholesale models. Sales can now be made from anywhere in the world, so businesses will migrate to locations where corporate taxation is lowest. This will lower taxation revenue with consequential reduction in the services that government canContinue reading “Taxation in the information age”

The COVID-19 pandemic is unprecedented in modern history and governments worldwide have taken varying approaches.

The COVID-19 pandemic is unprecedented in modern history and governments worldwide have taken varying approaches. In the UK, despite the outstanding success of the vaccine programme, there are many areas where the National Health Service has proven to be woefully unprepared. The NHS employs 1.3 million people. It is the biggest employer in Europe, butContinue reading “The COVID-19 pandemic is unprecedented in modern history and governments worldwide have taken varying approaches.”

The Great British High Street

Covid is the nail in the coffin of the British High Street. Already decimated by online shopping, our high streets are full of boarded up stores, charity shops, estate agents and balti restaurants. We do not need a return to the homogenous high street of old with chains of cafes and restaurants and globalized fashionContinue reading “The Great British High Street”

I believe Corona SARS2 virus/Covid19 has highlighted faults in the health service and virology.

The answer is separated into four parts to make it easier to follow. Part 1: TTI An easy to use and trustworthy TTI is essential in managing a viral pandemic. Once working there have been only 16.5 million downloads ( 22nd October 2020) which is 23.95% of the population when we need 80 – 90%Continue reading “I believe Corona SARS2 virus/Covid19 has highlighted faults in the health service and virology.”

Cryptocurrency transaction and power consumption

Every Bitcoin/cryptocurrency transaction uses 741 kilowatt-hours of electricity. This is the same as about 500,000 VISA transactions. The additional money and home time during COVID has resulted in a major growth in crypto currency transactions. The power consumption is unsustainable and needs to be accounted for by those dealing in cryptocurrency.     1789-1