by John Fuller Last updated at 11:23, Friday, 09 May 2014 Rene Bach will ride through the pain to ensure Workington Comets progress in the Knock-Out Cup. Rene Bach The west Cumbrian side have a 14-point lead going into tonights first round second leg at Somerset. Captain Bach is still recovering from the hip injury he picked up in the Danish Champiomship semi-final last week.
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Published at 11:01, Saturday, 29 March 2014 WORKINGTON Comets owner Laura Morgan believes that the teams triumph in the Ian Thomas Shield has made the rest of the Premier League sit up and take notice. Comets dramatically clinched the shield in the final few heats of the second leg against Newcastle Diamonds at Brough Park on Sunday
Written by: Nathan Warner on October 22, 2009. Charging those with unhealthy habits is more fair than any alternative click image to enlarge One idea being tossed around in the current chaotic debate on health care is to instate a sin tax on unhealthy behaviors. This idea is not new it has been endorsed and legislated worldwide for things like smoking and gasoline use
The theory of output as a whole, which is what The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money purports to provide, is much more easily adapted to the conditions of a totalitarian state. John Maynard Keynes In looking at and assessing the economic paradigm of John Maynard Keynes a man himself fixated on aggregates we must look at the aggregate of his thought, and the aggregate of his ideology.