Economics and similar, for the sleep-deprived
A subtle change has been made to the comments links, so they no longer pop up. Does this in any way help with the problem about comments not appearing on permalinked posts, readers?
Update: seemingly not
Update: Oh yeah!
Tuesday, August 03, 2010
Around and about in Companies House Webcheck
Overdue CH return - Biteback Publishing Limited, due since 17 July. Biteback Publishing is an Iain Dale outfit which has the same registered office as Biteback Media Limited, which is the publisher of "Total Politics", Biteback Media has a different year end and is currently up to date; Publishing is a new company set up last year which doesn't seem to have filed its first return on time. While filing the CH return, perhaps somebody could take the trouble to update the Total Politics terms & conditions for the correct registered office address (or, if the CH registered one is wrong, they need to submit the form and change that). Update, 9 Aug: filing now current. Registered address on website still wrong.
Well done to: EISCA Ltd, which got it filed on time this year.
Holding our breath for: Respublica Policy Limited, due 25 August.
remember, as this has caused needless trouble before: Having an overdue CH return is a fairly minor administrative peccadillo in the grand scheme of things. They do matter, and they ought to be filed on time (that's why there is a criminal offence on the books if they're more than 28 days late, albeit one that's vanishingly rarely prosecuted), and in my personal opinion it really isn't much to ask of any organisation that they get their act together to make their required filings. But it isn't really all that sinister. I just put these up to tease people who screw up.
Update!: Note that although EISCA has filed its return for this year, it's not clear to me why they bothered. The most recent update on the front page of its website is the launch of its report last July (the only one it's ever produced), and the most recent update on its blog is from March. The page listing its Advisory Board and Patrons no longer displays any names. There doesn't appear to be much going on here. Denis Macshane is still commenting on issues in the general sphere of EISCA's interests, but newspapers no longer seem to be mentioning his chairmanship of this think tank and I can see why.
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