In which I say thank you again …

I hadn’t noticed until a moment ago that sometime in the last few hours the blog had its 40,000th visit.

Unusually I am a bit lost for words …

… but not for long. Thank you everyone who has visited and to those of you who have left a comment. Your interest, your support, your well-directed criticism and brilliant advice have all been greatly appreciated by me and the whole RPS family.

You’ve all combined to put a bit a lustre on this Blue Monday.

I will keep bloggering on – to paraphrase Churchill – and share my witterings.

I hope they add a little garnish to the stew of life …

Best wishes



About redundantpublicservant

A redundant UK public servant looking for work, sharing his experiences and providing a space for others to do the same.
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3 Responses to In which I say thank you again …

  1. alex says:


    Happy New Year

    Did you see there is a competition for would be entrepreneurs here

    Now all it needs is for the Coalition government to bring back the Enterprise Allowance, and we might take part.

    Anyway, you may be interested


    • Dear Alex,

      Thank you for the link. I hadn’t seen this. It’s a very expensive way of getting financial support for your business idea isn’t it? (Ceding 51% of the ownership.)

      Never mind the Enterprise Allowance when will we get the Youth Opportunity Programme and Manpower Services Commission back.

      Best wishes


  2. localgov says:

    Congrats! That’s 40,000 times you have single handedly brightened someone’s day; including a good few from me.

    Thank you for everything, and I look forward to seeing where you are when you hit 100,000

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