Does the UK have an industrial policy? Such a question is likely to become more acute as the UK seeks to forge new priorities to compete in the post-Brexit world. An answer can be teased out of the recent £8bn hostile takeover bid for GKN, UK’s third largest engineering conglomerate specialising in automotive and aerospace components, by Melrose, a UK-based private equity-like investment company.
After eight years of being an absolute neo-liberal shit with blood on his hands, Draghi transforms into an open-minded statesman. Let him walk the streets of Athens for ten minutes without bodyguards. Read here
Carillion was a British mulitnational facilities, services, and construction company, which primarily lived from the outsourcing of UK government contracts until is went dramatically went bust earlier this year with massive losses of public money, […]
This is something that should be happening everywhere in Europe. But not only cutting back flights, but all domestic flights.. Read here