Friday August 18, 2017
It is not Trump out of touch on Confederate memorials but the fake news liberal media - C4's Kylie Morris smears again
Barcelona: the Cowardice, Double Standard and Virtue Signalling of the liberal elites
A letter to today's Guardian - my father asks if this is irony..don't kid yourself Dad

PERSONAL, UNDILUTED VIEWS FROM TOM WINNIFRITH

 
Once again fraudbusting journalist Tom Winnifrith has received a menacing lawyers letter from a company on AIM. Over the past four years Tom has exposed all the biggest frauds including Quindell & Globo but also a raft of smaller ones. As a result crooked AIM bosses have sent him a couple of hundred lawyers letters.

Tom has also received death threats and suffered serial harassment onliine and offline...not that the Police lifted a finger. Had he been shagging Tom Daly as opposed to exposing billions of pounds worth of fraud the Old Bill might have cared a bit more.

It is not just his battle against the crony capitalists or fraudsters that attracts such vitriol but his ardent belief in a small state guided by libertarian principles. Pointing out the dead hand of a politically correct nanny state and the error of big state liberal "group think" on both sides of the Atlantic attracts abuse in various forms. The left only likes some sorts of free speech. Their sort.

If you support and enjoy Tom's work we ask for your assistance as Tom now faced the threat of a legal case brought by the fraudsters at African Potash.

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Andrews Sykes – 2016 results, dividend yield remains attractive despite share price rise

96 days ago

Prime People results - check out that yield

418 days ago

For those who respond to emails from Nigeria - how do you fancy a 70% dividend on an AIM share?

418 days ago

Monday Caption Contest – Naibu, China Chaintek and Camkids Special

1054 days ago

Naibu – A Question or Two for Mr Lin, the CEO

1102 days ago

Office2Office: buy for a 13% yield - you are kidding me right?

1505 days ago

Guest Post Robert Sutherland Smith: SSE Results - Buy now or later?

1532 days ago

t1ps reunited… Robert Sutherland Smith joins the Shareprophets team

1532 days ago

Guest Post Robert Sutherland Smith United Utilities a 2012 7.2% dividend hike - what's next?

1532 days ago

Goldplat - Profits Warning: Buy for Income

1533 days ago

Guest Post Robert Sutherland Smith Greggs Q1 Results is the 4.8% yield safe

1534 days ago

Cupid shares tumbling - what is its cash position?

1536 days ago

Guest Post Robert Sutherland Smith Centrica - the Gas Man Cometh

1537 days ago

Guest Post Robert Sutherland Smith GlaxoSmithKline’s cash flow gets dry rot; a bit of cash analysis

1539 days ago

Guest Post Robert Sutherland Smith: Standard Chartered: Q1 Statement creates fog of uncertainty

1539 days ago

Guest Post Robert Sutherland Smith Sainsbury: a respectable relative 2012 performance suggests dividend growth ahead

1540 days ago

Guest Post Robert Sutherland Smith: HSBC Q1 Results not a bad capital play

1540 days ago

Guest Post Robert Sutherland Smith on Q1 Results from Legal & General

1557 days ago

Guest Post Robert Sutherland Smith BP QI Results - A Mixed bag

1558 days ago

Guest Post Robert Sutherland Smith Admiral Group: A Yield of 6.9% enough?

1558 days ago

Guest Post Robert Sutherland Smith on BAT Industries- a last gasp or a final draw

1558 days ago

Guest Post: Robert Sutherland Smith - is AstraZeneca a buy after Q1 numbers?

1569 days ago

Guest Post: Robert Sutherland Smith Bearish on Barclays

1570 days ago

Guest Post: Robert Sutherland Smith on BP

1593 days ago

Guest Post Robert Sutherland Smith on supermarkets group William Morrison

1596 days ago

Guest Post: Robert Sutherland Smith - is AstraZeneca a buy?

1606 days ago

Guest Post Robert Sutherland Smith: Buy United Utilities for Yield

1607 days ago

Guest Post Robert Sutherland Smith: Bae set for shock dividend cut?

1611 days ago

Guest Post Robert Sutherland Smith Close Bros: something in the City with yield

1612 days ago

Guest share tip: Robert Sutherland Smith - buy Centrica for yield

1614 days ago

Guest Share tip: Robert Sutherland Smith buy J Sainsbury for yield

1615 days ago

Guest Post: Robert Sutherland Smith on the yield at Standard Life

1617 days ago

Guest Post: Robert Sutherland Smith on the Aviva dividend cut ( still a buy)

1618 days ago

Guest Post: Robert Sutherland Smith on Admiral – is a 7.1% yield too good to be true?

1619 days ago

Guest Share tip: Robert Sutherland Smith on Legal & General

1620 days ago

Guest Post: Robert Sutherland Smith - is Pearson a buy?

1621 days ago

Guest Post: Robert Sutherland buy HSBC for yield

1624 days ago

Guest Post: Robert Sutherland Smith - Buy BAT Industries

1625 days ago

Guest Post Robert Sutherland Smith: Imperial Tobacco: An Outstanding Dividend Buy

1633 days ago

Guest Post: Robert Sutherland Smith Buy Vodafone for a 5.9% yield

1635 days ago

Guest Post: Robert Sutherland Smith - sell RBS Now!

1641 days ago

Guest Post: Robert Sutherland Smith - buy SSE for a near 6% yield

1642 days ago

Densitron Profits warning – Not good

1648 days ago

Guest Post: Robert Sutherland Smith on BT

1649 days ago

Guest Post: Robert Sutherland Smith on BP

1653 days ago

Guest Post: Robert Sutherland Smith - Buy Aviva for 7% yield

1654 days ago

Guest Post: Robert Sutherland Smith - AstraZeneca: asking questions of dividend policy?

1656 days ago

Randall & Quilter Trading Statement - Buy for Income

1659 days ago

Guest Post Robert Sutherland Smith: National Grid Interim Management Statement: on course

1659 days ago

Guest Post Robert Sutherland Smith Standard Chartered – One of the better banking bets

1663 days ago

The FTSE 250 and yield

1669 days ago

Cape – Dividend will be held: Buy at 228.5p for a 6.13% yield

1669 days ago

Guest Post: Robert Sutherland Smith on National Grid

1676 days ago

Guest Post: Robert Sutherland Smith on GlaxoSmithKline

1680 days ago

First Property Interims & CEO Chat

1717 days ago

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