EUVAT – Amazon’s coping method.

| May 23, 2015

I was going to post my reason for being furious with VATMOSS today, but I saw this in the paper in the supermarket and thought it needed to be said.In a case study for a client in February I pointed out that there was one very simple reason the changes to EU VAT would hit […]

A few thoughts on EUVAT – a right VAT Mess

| May 21, 2015

So today I am writing about #EUVAT, a daft and damaging law written by a government so disconnected from its electorate that it didn’t remember small businesses exist. I’m not kidding, they’ve admitted it. (“Only 7% of businesses sell overseas” – Actually its 96%, ‘cos they forgot Paypal). For anyone not familiar – most of […]

London Riots (Again? Really?)

| May 9, 2015

So, just at the start of Thatcher’s government there are riots at the start of Cameron’s. It is disappointing – no matter whether you like the election result or not (I don’t) the right-wingers sucked it up under Blair for 13 years without this kind of rubbish.  The left-wing need to do the same.   […]

Voting and Elections

| May 6, 2015

I was going to post about EUVAT and the mess that’s about to cost 750,000 British jobs due to a leftover of Brown’s government that Cameron’s done little about, or possibly a vaguely comical post on the local election campaign. Then I saw this video by Helen Pankhurst. annoys me. This bloody well annoys me.The […]