Friday August 7, 2020

Government scores own goal with pay fiasco

The government has managed to annoy the public and undermine itself by dithering over its pay increases.

15th December, 2007

The government has managed to annoy the public and undermine itself by dithering over its pay increases.

Winston Churchill drove his subordinates to distraction with madcap schemes to win WWII. The Special Operations Executive (SOE) was set up at Churchill’s behest to generate chaos behind the German lines through acts of sabotage. Their tactics combined commando tactics and psychological warfare.

Typical of their missions was the operation to subvert the German economy by...

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