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Batman – The Revenge

I’ve never actually seen Batman the movie but I had an idea for a new sequel and it seems likely that Hollywood is looking for such ideas, so I thought I’d just post it here and no doubt some Spielberg

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If You Want the Conservatives Out, There is Only One Way to Vote (And it isn’t SNP)

I am certain beyond any doubt that there is nobody in Scotland who is sitting on their hands, hungrily waiting on my instruction before deciding how to spend their vote in the next election. But I will give you my

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Posted in Politics and philosophy, Tax and law

If you ride like a prick…

SO, maybe a week ago, I was on my way to work on Wendy, my good weather commuting bike. It isn’t a long journey to work, and I have done it twice a day nearly every day for about the

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Posted in Politics and philosophy, Shameless self-promotion, Tax and law

Tax: what it does do and what it should do

So I have just finished a set of tax exams, which I was sitting due to my second career as a tax advisor. This involved marking up hundreds of useful pages out of the thousands of mostly impenetrable pages of

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