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John Wesley and New Birth

Matterofprayer: A Year of Everyday Prayers – Monday, May 22, 2017

John Wesley and New Birth

John Wesley and his brother Charles were instrumental in leading one of the great revivals of recent centuries. 418 more words

Brexit: Regulatory equivalence and single market access for the financial services industry

The attached document, originally submitted in May 2017 as my Master’s thesis upon the conclusion of my Master of Arts in International Relations (concentrations in European regional studies and international economics), provides an in-depth assessment of the regulatory framework that has allowed financial services firms in London to access the European Union’s single market, as well as the changes that could come with Brexit and the possible results for competing European financial centers.


Bonnie Scotland!

As our 4 day expedition began, we decided to break up the trip (approx 4 hours) by stopping at the infamous Gretna Green, and educating the children on the history of marriage in both countries, and how Gretna Green became so famous! 648 more words

British Isles Challenge

The Customer is our North Star

It’s the consumer, stupid!

You’d be forgiven for believing that retail in 2017 is all about technology. There is a lot of talk of the ever growing importance of eCommerce, big data, location based marketing etcetera, etcetera. 978 more words

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Birmingham, West Midlands & Cannock Chase, Staffordshire

2 days, 2 counties!

In the spirit of a true edventure, this one was totally unplanned, totally unorganised and the MOST fun!  A standard Sunday morning we dawdled out of bed for breakfast, and switched on the TV!   547 more words

British Isles Challenge

Calf of Man - Rosen #CA33 (1966)

Philately is an endlessly fascinating field; through this hobby of collecting stamps, I am constantly learning new and interesting things. When I started the “A Stamp A Day” blog at the beginning of July 2016. 1,898 more words

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British Isles Research Seminar Update

Recently FamilySearch hosted their British Isles Research Seminar, featuring experts on Irish, Scottish, Welsh and English records, both from civil and parish sources. You could attend in person or watch online as the sessions were aired. 52 more words