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Cersei is about to discover that karma’s a bitch (season 5, episode 7)

26 May 2015 by in Entertainment, Game of Thrones on Business


You’d be forgiven for thinking that last night’s episode of Game of Thrones was more Gladiator than Westeros but the pace was picking up for the key characters. While Jon headed off to recruit the Wildlings, Samwell had a very good and very bad time, and Sansa’s situation has gone from bad to worse. (Read more)

Madeira by Richard Mayson

22 May 2015 by in Classic Wine Library

Madeira front coverNew book on the wines of Madeira is essential reading for holidaymakers and wine lovers

They say that a fine wine gets better with age and of no wine is this more true than it is for madeira. Not only does madeira require cask-ageing in order to acquire its unique ‘maderised’ taste but, unlike most other wines, it retains that taste for many years, even several centuries. (Read more)

Crowdfunding as the antithesis of electoral politics

20 May 2015 by in Business and finance, Current events, Nine visions of capitalism

We have just had to endure another stomach-turning electoral contest in which fear, venom, character assassination, unfunded promises and unproven assertions wrestled with each other and which those we collectively abhorred the least eventually won. Thank God we endure it for only six weeks in five years, yet it does us immense damage and sours the public mood. (Read more)