Investments And Psychological Traps

Investments And Psychological Traps The stock market shows two different market traits, the bull, and the bear market, that are entirely based on the trader’s emotions. Fear and greed are often seen causing variations in the stock market. Experts say there are many psychological traps the traders can find themselves in, this article focus on … [Read more…]

Bitcoin Loophole Can Make You Rich

  There is the only way to go with Bitcoins and that is up. In the last few years, since its inception, the prices of Bitcoins and many other respectable virtual currencies have seen an unprecedented increase in their worth. People without any knowledge of the software technology or the mechanism behind the system also … [Read more…]

Get Involved

Labour’s greatest advantage over our political opponents is our people. We’re Britain’s biggest political party and have more members and campaigners than any other. Over the summer and throughout our Leadership election, we want to recruit as many people as possible as members and supporters, to engage them and help them shape the future of … [Read more…]

Appointment to see your MP

Surgeries are the opportunity for local constituents to meet the MP and his team. We can support you with matters that relate the MP’s role as your representative in Parliament. If you need to see your MP then please call our office on 01902 907030. We may not always be able to accommodate a meeting with … [Read more…]

The Assisted Dying Bill

My main reason for introducing the Assisted Dying Bill is simple. It’s a straightforward question of choice and dignity: with appropriate, strong safeguards, terminally ill adults of sound mind should be legally allowed to choose to have assistance to end their own lives. I value life, and I do understand that some people believe very … [Read more…]

Rob Marris opposes draft EU-USA trade agreement (TTIP)

The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is a proposed free trade agreement between the European Union and the USA. It would remove over 90% of the trade barriers between the two economic blocks. Supporters claim that it would lead to more trade and more jobs, but there are growing concerns about TTIP. Critics like … [Read more…]

Tax Dodging

Too many companies do not pay their fair share of taxes – and you and I would be paying less tax if they did.  I have long opposed tax dodging, particularly by corporations which use technicalities to base themselves overseas. It will be an early priority for the incoming Labour government, and for me, to … [Read more…]