It never rains but it pours……

Posted by Nick Forsyth.
What a day - Storms, powercuts, trapped cars, out of date disaster plans, monsoon showers, a proper soaking, dodgy screwdrivers, phones down, looming tax deadlines, alarms that won't set and an empty tank of fuel. Just another day at the office...

Music Quiz Ends in Controversy

Posted by Mike Carabine.
The annual Music Quiz organised by the South Essex Society of Chartered Accountants which was held at the Mount Avenue Banqueting Suite in Brentwood...

Paul Short Comments on Budget 2017

"If Phil is anxious to improve the appeal of the Conservative Party to younger voters, he really ought to address the Student Loan fiasco."

Sean Wiegand Comments on Budget 2017

"You can breathe a sigh of relief as Phillip Hammond held the VAT threshold at £85,000 for the next 2 years and is consulting on whether the limit should be reduced - so watch this space!"

Nigel Whittle Comments on Budget 2017

"The focus on house building was heavily trailed and did get some significant assistance."

John Smith-Daye Comments on Budget 2017

“More maths for everyone – what a great thing to say. Anyone that knows me will confirm how much I love to play with numbers, and the Chancellor agrees!"

Nick Forsyth Comments on Budget 2017

"It's not difficult to feel sorry for Philip Hammond. Promoted to a top job at a time of major political uncertainty and under as much pressure as any Premier League manager in the middle of a difficult run"

Lisa Potter Comments on Budget 2017

"It appears rightly or wrongly that this is not a budget full of shocking announcements and in fact having read the summary points, was quite flat"

We were delighted to help at the 2017 'Brain of Brainwave' Quiz Night

Posted by Richard Hamilton.

Hopefully, we won't need to rely on Hope

Posted by Paul Short.
“Hopefully” is just one of those words that tends to grate with me...


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