Ok Commuter – Journey/Arrival

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The train lurches toward London with what passes for acceleration.  Tracks that betray their age connect the outposts of the stockbroker belt and the prosaic clusters of the advancing new estates of South London to a common purpose.  Suburban stations of brief encounter and high rise halts that scream functionality sweep by in a mishmash of… Read more.

The Bodger Cull

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News that Bodgers are to be culled has been met with complete indifference by a jaded public despite alarming new evidence.  A leading political scientist has claimed their influence is now disproportionately rife and what was once endemic to a narrow strata of the UK has become an all-embracing virus that threatens the populace as… Read more.

Bank Crisis? What Crisis?

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    “Gee Honey – where the hell is that ol’ Barclays Casino they’re all talkin’ about?!”     “Mummy, when I grow up I want to play banking for England.” “Ladies and gentlemen as the result of extraordinary circumstances we are today able to offer for sale – the BOB Diamond.   It’s an exceptionally hard, somewhat opaque stone which obscures… Read more.

Yes; I Am A Banker – Part Two

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THERE was silence – apart from a few distant, random shrieks: desperate cries that local legend dictated came from what had been known as the Square Mile.  Truth or fiction… neither of us flinched: one lesson quickly learned by all who remained alive was to ignore what didn’t directly concern you.  After the initial bank… Read more.

Yes; I Am A Banker

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London: 03 July 2070… IT had been a long time since I had been in London.  The long decades of riots and acute unrest had given way to a sinister stand-off.  Concerted mass action was slowly replaced by vicious personal attacks as remaining citizens sought to keep their hand in while waiting to see which direction the… Read more.