Fascinating. ‘Global’ – brings an ingenious element to the world. The word highlights the living mutual co-existence of cultures, communities and civilians. Hundreds of them, thousands of them, millions. An uncapped, unlimited number of options for an impossibly reachable number. I considered globalisation to be an explanation of how the world has managed to come… Read More Globalisation
Adam Smith (1723 – 1790) has featured on English money for as long as I can remember – a fascinating creature for those who identify as followers of the invisible hand or free market economics. I’ve played around with the idea of regulation a fair bit – hey ho, I ended up doing a Masters in the… Read More Adam Smith: the ultimate hero?
Once the Leader is firmed up and proceedings begin for the terms, it will be vital for the Chancellor and responsible negotiators to ensure they allow the UK financial market access to the Single Market. This will undoubtedly require the terms to accept freedom of movement. This very notion already unhinges on what BREXIT will… Read More Brexit negotiations: access to the single market
Given that transport and industrialisation were founded in the United Kingdom, it only seems right for it to be a continuous theme in the news and politics today. Boris Johnson, Mayor of London, has confirmed a £900 million investment plan in the transport industry, bringing the longest cycling lane to exist in Europe, throughout the Central parts… Read More The surfacing of ‘transport issues’ in Britain