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Brussels Demands extra €519m from U.K. Taxpayers*
Britain has no control over how the European Union (EU) spends UK taxpayers’ money at a time when Brussels is asking domestic governments to engage in austerity at home, a leading policy analyst has warned. 490 more words
Moody’s downgrades France and says will not be able to be paid off. Caterpillar sales have been contracting for 33 consecutive months in a row. Existing homes sales implode. 166 more words
U.S. Classifying Bitcoin as a Commodity So It can be Taxed and Regulated*
By John Vibes
This week, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) made an announcement that virtual money will officially be considered a “commodity,” meaning that they have placed currencies like Bitcoin under their jurisdiction to be taxed and regulated. 340 more words
Corbyn Turns PMQs into the People’s Question Time, and Cameron Flounders*
There was a tense atmosphere on Conservative benches today as David Cameron faced his first challenge at Prime Minister’s Question Time by Labour’s newly-elected leader Jeremy Corbyn – and the results were astonishing. 1,062 more words
Why Corbyn Gained the Unlikely Support of Business*
By Gabrielle Pickard-Whitehead
As a small business owner I am often frowned upon for backing Labour.
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“You run a business, surely you support the Conservatives,” ask my Tory-supporting acquaintances, somewhat aghast that I would even consider backing anyone but a political party with a pro-business manifesto.
Learning from the Rothschild’s: India Aim to Confiscate the People’s Gold *
In 1757 at the Battle of Plassey, Clive and British troops secured Bengal under the control of East India Company, and therefore British rule. 1,113 more words