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​UK Prime Minister David Cameron’s clinching a deal with 27 members of European Union, paved the way for UK’s referendum on EU on June 23rd. Mark your calendars. With poll showing close call and heavy weights like London mayor Boris Johnson joining the exit camp, it’s no telling upfront, which side may prevail. Just like Mr. Cameron, promised to campaign in favour of stay with heart and soul, we promise to bring our readers latest ins and outs, surrounding the referendum as well as UK asset class, FTSE 100, Gilts and Pound.​

Briferendum Series

Brexit harms startups but it may not be fatal

Jul 01, 2016 09:02 am UTC| Insights & Views Business

As the market turbulence starts to subside after Brexit, startups are worried that the UKs exit from the European Union might put access to venture capital and private equity at risk. Despite the UK ranking highly for...

Briferendum Series

UK food faces historic realignment after Brexit

Jun 30, 2016 13:14 pm UTC| Insights & Views Business

The situation created by the British vote to leave the European Union is momentous for UK food. It is on a par with the Repeal of the Corn Laws of 1846 when Britain decided its Empire could feed it, not its own farmers....

Briferendum Series

Referendum petition hack shows even democracy can be trolled

Jun 30, 2016 13:09 pm UTC| Insights & Views Politics

The electronic petition submitted to parliament calling for a second referendum on Britains exit from the European Union is a notable development in digital democracy. The number of signatories has passed 4m how many will...

Briferendum Series

Coalition likely to win following Brexit

Jun 28, 2016 20:49 pm UTC| Politics Insights & Views

The UKs vote to leave the European Union (Brexit) was known by the afternoon of the 24 June Melbourne time. The ReachTEL and Galaxy polls in the table were both taken entirely before the Brexit result was known. The one...

Briferendum Series

Why Britain's decision to leave the EU is bad news for Africa

Jun 28, 2016 20:11 pm UTC| Insights & Views Economy

The fallout from the UK referendum that ended in victory for those wanting the country to exit from the European Union (EU) is still reverberating around the world. But what does it mean for Africa? The decision will...

Briferendum Series

Post Brexit: does South Africa have the appetite to strike new trade deals?

Jun 28, 2016 20:01 pm UTC| Insights & Views

The UK has voted to leave the European Union (EU). South Africa has historical and very close trade ties with the UK. Most of these relations were inherited by the EU when South Africa signed a free-trade agreement with...

Briferendum Series

UK’s Osborne assures of contingency plan to deal with market volatility

Jun 28, 2016 11:35 am UTC| Commentary Economy

The United Kingdoms Chancellor Osborne has reassured the public that robust contingency plans have been put in place to deal with any potential fallout and address any market volatility that is expected to persist for some...

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Economy

GDP update: spending dips and saving soars as we stash rather than spend our tax cuts

Australians saved rather than spent most of the budget tax cuts, almost doubling the proportion of household income saved, leaving spending languishing. The September quarter national accounts show that in the first...

A global downturn looks likely, yet it's being totally ignored in the UK election

For all the marked policy differences between the different parties in the UK election, they share a common blindspot. They all seem to assume that the UK is the sole determiner of its economic fate. There is nothing in...

This small German town took back the power – and went fully renewable

The case for ambitious and transformative environmental policy is being made with increasing fervour and a series of Green New Deals a reference to Roosevelts economic reform programme in the 1930s have been proposed...

Economic democracy: why handing power back to the people will fix our broken system

Behind the superficial froth of the UK election campaign, the competing parties are offering fundamentally different visions of the economy, who controls it and who benefits from it. The Conservatives and, to some extent,...

Global and historical lessons on how land reforms have unfolded

What can South Africa learn about land reforms from wider global and historical experiences in the 20th century? Most land reforms have involved transferring rights of ownership from wealthy landlords to poor, small-scale...

Politics

Melania Trump's shocking expenditures on clothes revealed!

Melania Trump is a former model turned First Lady of the United States so no wonder she likes to be fashionable. However, it was recently revealed that she has been spending a staggering amount to replenish her wardrobe...

Why Michelle Obama defended Ellen DeGeneres against bashers for her friendship with George W. Bush

Michelle Obama took the side of Ellen DeGeneres and defended the popular host from bashers who criticized her for her friendship with the former POTUS George W. Bush. Barack Obamas wife explained that there was nothing...

Melania Trump, Donald Trump divorce rumors: What are their terms?

United States President Donald Trump is known for having married three times. However, rumors are circulating that his marriage to First Lady Melania Trump may be declining. The rumors started when Melania delayed her...

How Melania Trump was challenged by Donald Tramp’s first wife Ivana

President Donald Trump and his wife Melania are public figures who are always under media scrutiny. With this level of attention, feuds within the family, exes included, are bound to make their rounds with the press in no...

Ivanka Trump showed her support to Donald Trump at the signing of new EO related to anti-Semitism

Ivanka Trump showed her undying support to her father, Donald Trump, when she appeared at the Hanukkah reception at the White House yesterday, Dec. 10. She arrived with her husband Jared Kushner and together with First...

Science

Pacific Ring of Fire: Volcanologist reveals the most dangerous volcanoes

When it comes to earthquakes and eruptions, the Pacific Ring of Fire is what geologists and volcanologists are watching out for. A recent report reveals which of these volcanoes in the Ring of Fire are the most dangerous...

Aliens: Distant exoplanets may contain water sources

Space agencies are continuously studying the entities that are beyond the Earth, including one of the biggest mysteries in space. A new report reveals that distant exoplanets may have sources of water. One of the...

Antarctica shrank the brains of some scientists stationed there

For most people, Antarctica is a place they will never set foot in their entire lifetime. Its unbearably cold and covered year-round in ice, there are no hotels or fast food joints and there are no commercial ships or...

Particle X17: Mysterious particle can potentially be the 'fifth force of nature', experts say

Over time, more and more discoveries are being made in Science, and it still continues today. Scientists have made a breakthrough in discovering a particle that could potentially be the fifth force of nature. Express...

The big one: Cascadia fault can potentially trigger San Andreas and cause major earthquake

With the news of many natural calamities that have affected the West in recent years, it appears that another one may occur. A new report reveals that the Cascadia fault can once again trigger San Andreas, therefore...

Technology

AirPods holiday sales now live on Walmart, Best Buy

Those with tech-savvy and music-loving friends and are starting their holiday shopping early are in luck because several AirPods deals are now up online. Several discount offers can be found in different stores; however,...

iOS 14 announcement is very likely in June 2020

The launch of iOS 13 has been an underwhelming experience even to avid fans of Apple products. It is then not surprising if many iPhone and iPad users are now looking forward to having iOS 14. iOS 13 was just fully...

iPhone 12 price increase is unlikely to exceed $100

Every year, major tech companies are expected to refresh its flagship product lineups. It has also been customary for them to announce major specs and features upgrades since these are necessary to entice the public to...

iPhone SE 2 may end up being called iPhone 9

The iPhone SE 2 has been a recurring subject on tech fans weekly dose of Apple rumors. People now have a good idea of what to expect from the device, but a new report about its official name appears to be the most...

Google Pixelbook, other Chrome OS devices now on sale for the holidays

Black Friday and Cyber Monday may be over, but peoples chances to snag good deals on top Chromebook options are not over. Googles Pixelbook and Pixel Slate are just some of the Chrome OS-powered devices that are now up...
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