Strangely, the Commission claimed ownership – which, we believe, is contrary to the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988.
Three reminder emails and asking my MP Glenda Jackson to check were ignored.
When Lord Turner, Chairman of the Financial Services Authority, spoke about overt monetary financing as the possible ‘solution’ that we’ve been advocating with Early Day Motions since 2002, I felt I needed to tell him and the Commission.
For he talks about “the theory of money and debt”, as if he was in search of the theory that holds astronomy and nuclear physics together! Continue reading
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