Dr. Mike Campbell is a British scientist and freelance writer. Mike got his doctorate in Ghent, Belgium and has worked in Belgium, France, Monaco and Austria since leaving the UK. As a writer, he specialises in business, science, medicine and environmental subjects.
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One factor that led (ultimately) to the end of the Weimar Republic and the breakout of World War II was the hyperinflation that ensued when the Republic tried to print enough money to buy itself out of trouble.
Last week was a mixed affair for the world’s major markets.
Italian authorities have agreed to tweak their proposed budget to reduce the deficit, thereby avoiding a clash with the European Commission which would have seen sanctions taken out against the Italian state.
Many observers think that it was an act of pure indulgence for a group of 48 Tory MPs to trigger a vote of confidence in Theresa May with the Brexit process at a critical phase.
…Theresa May is facing a vote of no confidence in her leadership of the Conservative Party.
It is getting to the point that whenever the PM rules something “in or out” that the opposite is sure to happen.
Last week was a negative affair for the world’s major markets partially over renewed fears of a trade war intensification between the USA and China,
The US stock exchange has followed Asian and European markets sharply lower in the wake of the arrest, in Canada, of Meng Wanzhou
Phillip Hammond, the UK’s Chancellor of the Exchequer, famously said that nobody voted for Brexit to be poorer, but it is increasingly clear that this will be the case.
There has been much discussion as to whether the UK would require the blessing of the other member states of the European Union were it to change its mind about leaving.