Many of you have busy lives, so here's a refresher on the many benefits of the UK's impending Brexit from the EU.
Q: Why does the UK need a tax on job-stealing robots? A: To pay Universal Credit to millions of soon-to-be-replaced workers. And why do we need Universal Credit in one of the richest countries on the planet? Because unemployment skyrocketed due to...
Assuming European politicians can't get their act together enough to craft a reasonable Brexit deal that works for both sides by March 29, 2019 Europe will be faced with a WTO Brexit which is known colloquially as a 'Hard...
The American Enterprise Institute (AEI) has tabled a few proposals regarding the setting of the new LIBOR that can govern the financial systems of the world. The LIBOR had been suspected of being manipulated over the last decade and...
One does not need to be the Fed Chairman or even have a doctorate in economics to know that the fiscal cliff is going to be bad. The simultaneous rise in taxes and the fall in government spending will...
Let me tell you a story. It is a story of why the UAE and the wider Gulf region is such a confusing place for a relative newcomer. In October 2011, I was walking along on an upper floor of...
Last August, America faced one of the most difficult decisions it has had to make regarding its financial history. Throughout its history, America has had been to wars, faced depression and hardships but never its financial viability had been...
“Conscience” is the gate, the key to all the goodness that may come upon a person in his life - Harun Yahya A man who picks a small kitten up from the middle of the road to protect it from...
Here's how it goes, whenever my husband comes home with a big smile on his face and a sparkle in his eye and a certain look that he gives me that says what a wonderful world! I know that...
So many people are caught up in the present Brexit moment they forget there will be life after the official Brexit date of March 29, 2019. With that in mind, policymakers must begin to focus on the problems that will...
By M. S. Shah Jahan (continued from last week) It was 14 November 2011. Neil Heywood, a Beijing resident, arrived in fog-shrouded Chongqing and checked into Sheraton Hotel, as he was summoned on short notice for a meeting in Chongqing with...
The growing demonstrations in Sudan should not be reduced to a mere denunciation of the government’s recently introduced economic austerity measures. The protests are also an utter and overdue rejection of Omar Al Bashir’s entire regime, which has been...
Peer pressure has been around for centuries. It was evident in ancient Rome, ancient Greece and also in ancient Egypt. Every civilization encountered peer pressure. In the modern world its in evident in schools, universities or even the workplace....
London Interbank Borrowing Rate or LIBOR is one of the most fundamental tools that used in finance today making up the basic building block when it comes to deciding the prices and structures of more complex and complicated financial...
London, UK: Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative government loses a historic vote in the UK House of Commons on her cherished (and reworked) Withdrawal Agreement by a vote of 391-242, a margin of 149 votes. History: On January 23, 2016...
“They all broke the rules. They all crossed into forbidden territory. They all tampered with the laws that lay down who should be loved and how. And how much. It was a time when the unthinkable became thinkable and...
Gone are the days when things were simple and normal, when men were discovered cheating by their wives either directly or through a private investigators. Oh the good old days! Then we emerged into a new era of the cable...
It's not you Theresa May, it's your draft Withdrawal Agreement that's caused your problems That can't be said enough, for it's the only glaringly wrong thing that Theresa May has done throughout her premiership. Perhaps 'wrong' is too strong a word...
The EU seems to be working on a regulation which will spread around the risk that exists in the hands of a few. The crisis that took place in the US, termed “too big to fail”, occurred due to...
Children all over the world have grown up with Barbie dolls. Either its rock star Barbie, tour guide Barbie, doctor Barbie. For years Barbie has been come under attack for trying to influence the way little girls see themselves....
With less than 50-days until the official Brexit date of March 29, 2019, no Withdrawal Agreement exists to guide future relations between the UK and the EU. Although no reference to a such a withdrawal agreement appeared on the 2016...
The first referendum was held in 1975 so UK voters could approve or disapprove of the UK joining the European Economic Community (EEC) in 1973 (a trading union) and Britons approved it in 1975. Although that referendum was held...
The traditional American funeral is being seen as costly to many now, burning not just holes in the pockets of the deceased person's relatives, but also tens of thousands of trees every year. Americans are looking for more eco friendly...
As the saga of the LIBOR manipulation goes on, it is important to not only look at the impact it will have on all the stakeholders involved in the short run, but also to look into how this will...
Good to be home? Can you afford to repatriate? Craig: Right now I am in southwest of Western Australia and enjoying some down time with family and friends. I have been an expat for 6 years now and when I...
In the wake of the Second World War, the presence of powerful international and regional organizations, which can preserve peace and play effective mediatory roles between nations, emerged as an imperative requirement to all nations. To address that global need, international...
Palestine & Israel: Who really wants peace? In both theory and political experience, the credibility of Netanyahu's government has been utterly depleting- opines Fadi ElHusseini A long-awaited peace between the Palestinians and the Israelis has been again grinded into halt. This...
Certain pro-EU commentators paint a picture of either a catastrophic Brexit crash-out (Hard Brexit) or a 'non-Brexit' where the UK would retain few of the rights gained by a full Brexit but would still be chained to the responsibilities...
Is Brexit the carrot that Theresa May intends to dangle in front of Britons allowing her to have a 'job for life' at 10 Downing St?
Human beings use different kinds of energy for different purposes all over the planet every hour of the day and night. About one-third of the human-produced energy is used for transportation which requires energy that is easily stored and ready for...