Migrants taking 9 in 10 new jobs since the election, Coalition poverty czar reveals | Mail Online

I hate Frank Fields - and I've always seen him as a closet Tory.

Anyway I'm getting a bit pissed off at MPs and the PM throwing around the 'workshy' word. In case they didn't know there's an on-going recession. There's something like (numbers vary) 5 to 10 or more applicants for every job. Yet the Govt.. wants everyone to compete like demented harpies for everyone or get their 'benefits' taken away. (Hello increase in homeless and crime figures as people have to turn to crime to feed themselves. We really have the most out-of-touch with-reality bunch of people in charge than... well, I think you'll have to reach back the France and King Louis XVI to get a suitable comparison. And we know how that turned out for him.

Migrants taking 9 in 10 new jobs since the election, Coalition poverty czar reveals

Bilderberg Security Assaults EU Members of Parliament Alex Jones' Infowars: There's a war on for your mind!

» Bilderberg Security Assaults EU Members of Parliament.

And as far as I can tell other than a little piece in the Guardian - only Russia Today have carried a piece on it. Odd when Osbourne went on a skiing holiday it was all over the press here - but now he's meeting world leaders and other elitists - there's not a tiny peep of interest.

you're not giving enough of your money to pension fund managers

Apparently -
Half of UK not saving enough for retirement, says study
Only 51% of British workers are saving adequately for old age, according to the latest annual Scottish Widows pension report.

Oh no... really? A report from a pension fund says that? Wow. I'm not an economist - nor do I play one on TV - but maybe, just maybe this other news link might help explain why this might be so...
Wages at standstill over last 30 years
Many low and median earners have seen no real improvements in their incomes over the last 30 years despite economic growth, a TUC report shows.
Now maybe if wages hadn't been at a standstill - and maybe if interest rates weren't at all time historic low (which only benefits bankers) and if we weren't still in the middle of a recession...

Asus Eee Note EA800 Review | bit-tech.net

I think I've found the e-reader I want... better than a kindle because you can draw and write on it.

Asus Eee Note EA800 Review | bit-tech.net

HTC Flyer review -- Engadget

HTC Flyer review -- Engadget

Why does the notebook app thing have a spiral binder graphic? Doesn't that just waste space? Especially since it's such a small screen to start with? I also hate the yellow lined notepad look on the ipod touch. What's wrong with a clean blank page - or optional lined -so you can choose between them? I don't get why it has to look like a notebook.

Anyway - tablet 'puters going back to having a stylus... mmmm. I know I like a stylus because I draw and scribble and that.

[update: oh the stylus is extra - and expensive. Stupidly expensive. That's put me off now.]