Comment Corner is the introduction of a new feature from MyTradeTV. The object of this feature is to promote interaction within the site. We hope to do this by you the reader passing back your comments on the points raised. It is hoped to cover topics across the whole spectrum of the world in which we live. I hope to cover everything from politics to football and where possible give some factual examples of things that need opinions and antidotes to help solve the irony that surrounds them.
Whatever your interest is in football, you cannot have been passed bye by the on-going saga that surrounds the transfers of Wayne Rooney, Luis Suarez and Gareth Bale. If the club you support is directly involved with any of the clubs buying or selling, you will have an opinion of what is right and what is wrong. In my opinion Rooney will go to Chelsea, Suarez will stay at Liverpool and Bale will go to Real Madrid. It is possible that when you read this, there will still be some legs in these three stories.
Over the last year, there has been a long and expensive enquiry to find out what really went on with the drama that has been phone hacking. Whilst this has gone on we have seen a number of journalists prosecuted among loud protests of innocence. Imagine my absolute amazement this week when I read “How disappointed the Government are with the lack of clarity from the Police over the full extent of the phone hacking scandal” While none of us can condone the outrage that this caused; we should at the very least expect the law to be upheld. This means that the Police give the parliamentary committee the correct information.
That leads me on to another mystery in the world of officialdom. Why do the government continue to allow departments that continue to fail, charge the department that failed with the responsibility of setting up the enquiry to find out what went wrong? No I don’t know either, it happens they do it and then months later we hear of the failings and subsequent cover up. There is a need for a completely independent body to set up the enquiry into all of these complaints.
Finally, this has had me in stitches. Mr Ed Miliband, has stated in a very patriotic and sincere manner how appalled he is with the use in the commercial sector of “zero hour contracts”. Only to be told by his advisers and those on the opposition benches that among the biggest users of this practice are a number of labour controlled councils. How do these party leaders manage to continue to make such gaffs. Harriet Harman, spent months castigating the gambling industry, bookies shops etc. What a turnaround this week her son has started work for a leading bookmaker. (Be careful what you wish for).
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