Monthly Archives: September 2016

The trouble with Corbyn

Originally posted on daryanblog:
So labour have elected Jeremy Corbyn as its leader (again). However while he’s wildly popular with his party base, many others in the party, notably the PLP have serious misgivings and perhaps for good reason. Hence a…

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The greater fool fallacy and Trump

Originally posted on daryanblog:
There are some who support Trump even though they know he’s a bigot and a racist, but they support him despite this, because they think he offers the possibility of significant change (same goes with quite…

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America’s shale oil slow down

I’ve been watching the EIA’s Drill productivity reports for a couple of months now and they do hint at a slowdown in US shale oil and shale gas production. Certainly it has to be said that over the last year the … Continue reading

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Sunday service

Originally posted on daryanblog:
A few stories that caught my eye over the last week…… Blackouts & Newspeak With Hinkley C now hanging in the balance, the National Grid seem to be waking up to the realisation that its unlikely…

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