Atoning for their mortgage and pension mis-selling scams has cost the UK banks billions, but their payouts perversely kept consumer spending alive. What happens now?
“Today, the European Union offers the fullest realization of the neoliberal political vision.” This looks like a very interesting book. Here is a lengthy review. Read here
58% of Londoners in poverty live in a working family. This is a 50% increase over the last decade. This equates to 1.3 million people. Read here
Romania’s government, expecially the Social Democrats, is thoroughly corrupt. Its people are protesting relentlessly and in great numbers against this. While Poland and Hungary remain in the headlines of commercial media the political situation in […]