Lancaster House is a beautiful and eloquent structure, but today it lay host to a stormy and volatile topic. After weeks of criticism for her indecisive behaviour, Theresa May stepped out to deliver clarity on her Brexit plans. Political speeches are normally filled with ambiguity and general commitments, but today, we finally witnessed some direction, … Continue reading MAYDAY: Is Trump Britain’s Brexit Saviour?
If you haven’t heard of the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership don’t worry – you’re not really meant to have. The TTIP is a series of trade negotiations, primarily for the purpose of cutting tariffs and regulatory barriers to trade between the US and EU, making the access to each other’s markets easier for companies. … Continue reading TTIP – Valentine’s Date For The US & EU?
A few years ago, a dear friend told me about how he’d met the girl of his dreams at a nightclub. They boogied, then woogied. After exchanging drinks, numbers, and addresses, the lady whispered in his ear, "I want you to make me feel dirty and degraded." Naturally, he took her shopping in his local … Continue reading Al-di Cheap Prices Are Insane-bury’s
Netflix has developed from a first-class mail customer of the US Postal Service to the biggest source of streaming web traffic in America. Having revolutionised the way TV is watched at home, the Founding Fathers of online streaming are extending their virtual hegemony over Europe. Oh how the tables have turned. September 2014 marked the … Continue reading Netflix’s European Crusade
Yes, ‘tis the season to be jolly. An old man has just finished emptying his sack in living rooms across the land, delivering his presents to kids down their chimneys because Mrs. Claus told him he’d never get in the back door... Wait, can we start again? Indeed, that is precisely what the EU will … Continue reading Sluggish EU GDP – Who is to blame? Das ist the question