In general I love Lego. It’s a good interactive toy in the old way of being interactive – i.e. you build things instead of looking at a screen. For the most part it’s inexpensive. And it’s kept my children quiet for many a long hour. The main downside is pieces get lost and tend to turn up just where you are putting your bare feet. … Continue reading Greenpeace breaks another brick in the wall
If Twitter feeds are to be believed, then Lord Hill may be in trouble. On the day that David Cameron sought to take back control of the political agenda in Birmingham, he may not have paid sufficient attention to the fact that his European Commissioner nominee, Lord Hill, was far less prepared for his own, less rapturous, audience in the European Parliament’s Economic and Monetary … Continue reading Will Lord Hill’s nomination as EU Financial Services Commissioner have to be withdrawn?