Will 2019 see the Beginning of the End for the Euro?

Will 2019 see the Beginning of the End for the Euro?

WHAT are the prospects for the global economy in 2019? First Europe. The German economy, the very beating heart of the eurozone, is slowing palpably, taking the rest of the continental EU with it. In the third quarter of 2018, German output declined, as a result both of a contraction...

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Will 219 see the Beginning of the End for the Euro?

Will 219 see the Beginning of the End for the Euro?

WHAT are the prospects for the global economy in 2019? First Europe. The German economy, the very beating heart of the eurozone, is slowing palpably, taking the rest of the continental EU with it. In the third quarter of 2018, German output declined, as a result both of a contraction...

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Crisis, What Crisis?

Crisis, What Crisis?

If the season of goodwill seems to have come to an abrupt end (unless you’re an ambitious ferry start-up business with friends in the right places), it has. Look no further than the British State’s hysterical reaction to a handful of desperate people making landing on the south coast of...

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BBC Scotland accused of manipulating rail fare increase story

BBC Scotland accused of manipulating rail fare increase story

BBC Scotland has been accused of deliberately manipulating coverage of rail fare increases in order to obscure the fact they rose by much less in Scotland than south of the border. Rail fares in England and Wales rose by an average of 3.1%. In Scotland the increase was ten per...

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Tory Trident replacement plans could ‘sink’ UK’s defence budget

Tory Trident replacement plans could ‘sink’ UK’s defence budget

They follow a recently published review of UK defence capabilities and targets that referred to the Dreadnought project as the “ultimate guarantee” of domestic security. The scheme – opposed by the SNP, Greens and Scottish Labour – includes renewing the nuclear deterrent and building four new submarines. READ MORE: REVEALED:...

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Scottish Tories consider siding with SNP on university tuition fees

Scottish Tories consider siding with SNP on university tuition fees

“There are a number of us in the party that believe the policy should change as things stand,” a party source told the Scotsman. Currently the Scottish Conservatives back a £6000 “graduate fee”. However, the policy is not a vote winner – prompting figures to consider whether it should be...

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Four immigrants to stay in Scotland as Home office deportations blocked

Four immigrants to stay in Scotland as Home office deportations blocked

Both Dadzie and Collins Oji had made errors in their tax returns and had declared different incomes to the UK Visa and Immigration (UKVI) service. The Home Office concluded that both men were not credible in their proof of earnings which in turn were then disallowed, a decision which took...

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Corbyn refuses to back People’s Vote despite party member pressure

Corbyn refuses to back People’s Vote despite party member pressure

A survey of more than 1000 party members found that 72% want their leader to throw his weight behind a so-called People’s Vote. Despite the finding, the Labour leader yesterday refused to do so. He said: “What we will do is vote against having no deal, we’ll vote against Theresa...

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