I’d be willing to bet there’s been at least once in your life when you wished you had blue lights and sirens on your car. Maybe it was just because you’d love to give a scare to that idiot who went past at 11omph. Or maybe you had to get a loved one to hospital
The events at Alton Towers just over a week ago were horrifying, partly because anyone who’s been on a rollercoaster has had the little nag at the back of their mind about what happens if something goes wrong. I suppose that’s part of the appeal. Of course, as is the norm now, there were moving
Want, want, want…. but what’s in it for me? Return on investment. That’s what everyone wants. In fact, we even heard it from a politician once. It’s the value you get from your spend or your time. But what is becoming increasingly obvious is that not all people, or all businesses, view value as meaning the same thing.
Today’s election is notable for many reasons – not least of which because no-one has any idea of the government we’re going to end up with when the voting is done. What’s also striking is that it seems to have become the first General Election for which there has had to be guidance on taking selfies!
Twitter has published a map of how the world reacted when the name of the new royal baby, Princess Charlotte, was revealed yesterday. It’s fascinating in more ways than one.