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OMG! There are Still People Who Think the EU is Just a Trading Bloc!

Believe it or not, yes, in 2016, after 43 years of membership, with less than 2 months to a referendum on the subject, there are still people who believe the EU is nothing more than a trading bloc and that it has no pretentions of federal statehood. 1,554 more words

Why the Surprise? Child Indoctrination has been an EU Policy for Years

Michael Gove’s outrage over the latest attempt by the EU to politically indoctrinate our children is understandable, after all, it’s an insidious practice designed to influence the most vulnerable in our society, in order to grow a whole generation of EU enthusiasts. 457 more words

The Commission's Federal Ranga Takes YOU on A Tour of SXSW

From parties to cyphers to random music, Fed and his crew take YOU to Texas for SXSW, in case you couldn’t get time off of work to go and enjoy it yourself.

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European Commission to apply anti-money laundering rules to virtual currency exchanges

The European Commission has published an Action Plan to strengthen the fight against the financing of terrorism.

The plan includes a proposal to bring virtual currency exchanges within the perimeter of the Anti-Money Laundering Directive, so that exchanges have to apply customer due diligence controls when they exchange virtual currencies for fiat money, ending what is widely (but sometimes wrongly) regarded as the anonymity associated with virtual currencies and their exchanges. 108 more words

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I bathed in the river today
it finally becoming clear
the feeling that was always there at some level
feeling FORLORN
an exile

As I felt the waters swirl around me… 373 more words

S&P’s panel discussion on the role of the state in UK infrastructure covered by the specialists

This month experts came together at Standard & Poor’s offices in Canary Wharf, London, to discuss the role of the state in UK infrastructure financing. The International Project Finance Association co-hosted the event at which the National Audit Office, HSBC Bank and Standard & Poor’s were represented. 100 more words