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Bank of England cuts UK growth forecast

BBC News

By Ben Morris
Business Reporter

The Bank of England has trimmed its UK growth forecast for 2017 this year, saying that household spending is slowing more quickly than expected. 395 more words

Sleepless children can reduce parents' income by 11 per cent, study shows

The price of hiring a professional sleep consultant for your sleepless baby or toddler can easily reach $500 and over in Canada. But the money could be well worth it, if it gets your wee one to snooze peacefully through the night, suggests a… 601 more words


El sueño de una Educación superior gratuita en USA. Hecho realidad en New York

A pesar de que la Educación Universitaria es gratuita desde hace unos años en países como Alemania, Suecia y la República Checa -aclarando que los estudiantes deben cumplir allí con requisitos previos y posteriores-, pensar en ver lo mismo en los Estados Unidos, era bastante idealista. 469 more words


03-27-2017: What if Trump Fails?

I couldn’t bring myself to cast my own uninformed vote in the 2016 election (1st time in my adult life) as I was disgusted by protected psychopath, Hillary and knew little about The Donald other than having read three or four of his books.  1,425 more words

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Help Through Ontario Legislation

New in 2017 – The province of Ontario has implemented new legislation and regulations to lower household costs, increase customer protection and build a fairer, more inclusive society. 23 more words


Leaving a legacy by buying a house first before a luxury car ...


DURING big festive celebrations such as Hari Raya Aidilfitri, Deepavali and the recently celebrated Chinese New Year, it is common to see families with a few generations gathered together. 875 more words


No Tax Cut for Rich - A Trump Tale

Donald Trump and Treasury nominee Steven T. Mnuchin vowed there would be no tax cut for the rich. Yeah. Right.

The president has raised expectations among his working-class supporters that “the rich will pay their fair share,” and that “special-interest loopholes that have been so good for Wall Street investors, and for people like me, but unfair to American workers” … 294 more words