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How Low Can You Go?

The interest rate is the proportion of the money that has been lent to the consumer by a financial institution. The Interest rate is at an all time low of 0.25%, following the Bank of England’s [...]

Austerity Made Easy

Austerity. The one thing that economies dislike more than hyperinflation is the lack of expenditure (which is quite ironic given that expenditure could lead to inflation). Many people believe [...]

Local Elections 2017

Today, polling stations opened across Britain for the local council elections, with 4,851 council seats being contested. Local elections tend to be a test for the government of the day, and with [...]

General Election Called

This morning the Prime Minister announced her intention to hold a General Election on the 8th of June. She used her statement to say that a general election would remove the risk of uncertainty [...]

Article 50 Triggered

Today marks the triggering of Article 50, with the British Permanent Representative to the European Union, Sir Tim Barrow, hand delivering the notification letter to European President, Donald [...]

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