Jerusalem Leaders’ Summit


My speech starts about 20 minutes in…

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17 Responses to Jerusalem Leaders’ Summit

  1. Ex-expat Colin says:

    Anybody finding this youtube vid choppy?

    That business of changing/churning major project requirements is something indeed. Trouble is now we are seeing laws introduced that get over turned at the next mischievous opportunity. No wonder investment hesitates. Governments don’t have good track records here and thats aside from inherent technical challenges.

    I deal with HK direct and Shenzhen. Avoiding the EU at every opportunity.

  2. Ex-expat Colin says:

    From Bishop Hill about National Grid having to invoke its emergency procedures yesterday:

    “Between 4 and 6 last night, as they tried to bring on the reserve to cater for the clapped out broken stations, we experienced at least 3 brownouts in the East of England”.

    Not winter it? No wind or solar at that time in the afternoon.

    • Ex-expat Colin says:


      • Ex-expat Colin says:

        And more constant cr*p:

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    • I hesitate to say “We told you so”, but I’ve been warning for years that the lights would go out. Pity those successive “Energy & Climate Change” ministers weren’t listening.

      • Ex-expat Colin says:

        No need to hesitate I’d say, although the mocking will continue from the dismal high kirk of doom. What was shocking…..the price call by Severn Power:

        “Severn Power sold electricity to the National Grid at £2,500 per megawatt hour during the afternoon, industry sources confirmed, compared with the typical price at that time of about £60”. And that from the Guardian amongst others. I don’t recall anything from the BBC except perhaps Andrew Neil.

        Owen Paterson this am on R4…very good and allowed to counter the yadder of the speaker of EU out doom prior. Surprising stuff…sort of.

  3. Jane Davies says:

    Well done Roger, you hit the nail on the head once again! Too many regulations by people who do not think about the consequences and too many politicians who just want to tell people how to live their lives because they are so puffed up in their own self importance.
    As for George Osborne, just typing his name makes my blood boil, wanting to make cuts into the income of those at the bottom of the heap whilst making his rich buds richer, my contempt for him is off the scale. And don’t get me started on the fact that his family business uses a tax loophole to avoid paying the full amount due and of course he has no interest in closing these loopholes for obvious reasons. Why are these politicians not having their feet held to the fire? The citizens are having their rights and freedoms reduced under their very noses and it seems nobody is prepared to stand up and say enough is enough….except for UKIP of course!

    • Jane Davies says:

      I’m sure the EU can rush through a law to ban this….after all we can’t have children looking forward to this event and they should learn about disappointment….. as a life lesson. I’m sure parents can make the decision about how much sugar their kids consume and whether they go to see this truck… I’m thinking Vaz could be looking for another job come the next election.
      He’s not all bad though as he supports the ending of the frozen state pension scandal!

      • Ex-expat Colin says:

        He’s a lawyer Jane and hard anchored to the trough. I listen occasionally to him leading one of the HoC PACs and its all fairly reasonable stuff. Nothing happens though? Plenty of funded outings….and thats it.

        Sugar has been on the rattle for a long time…just think beer and the handwringers glued to the NHS whine will start circling. I once used a post war ration book here and there. Wait for it!

        I am glad Owen Paterson said this morning that the UK needs to sustain its own food supply, which includes …er umm, sugar beet. And thats another bad EU story.

        Leicester…another place on my no-go list.

      • Jane Davies says:

        Bacon was the bad boy a couple of weeks ago…now it’s sugar can’t wait to see what is next! Too many people telling us what to do. I eat most things in moderation and my last blood work results were ‘pristine’ to quote my GP…….can’t stand cocacola or any of the other canned drinks so never indulge in those. Still not to worry I can consume vast amounts of Gin and Southern Comfort as these have never had a bad rap…….yet!

  4. Brin Jenkins says:

    I have heard some say Vaz was also unwelcome in Leicester.

  5. davidbuckingham says:

    simple contrast…
    the referendum is a choice between

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