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The new £20: Polymer and Animal Fat Free

22 Mar 2017
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Polymer £20 note will be released by 2020, The Bank of England announced today. The banknote will feature a self-portrait by J.M.W Turner from 1799 and will follow the issue of the polymer £5 and £10 notes. The first 440 million polymer £5 notes have been in circulation since September last year and the £10 pounds […]

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Laptops: The New Terrorist Weapon?

22 Mar 2017
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The UK government has joined a restriction ban towards passengers flying from or through several Muslim majority countries. On Monday, the US Homeland Security Department announced that passengers coming from some countries in Middle East and North Africa will not be allowed to carry on-board electronic items larger than a smartphone. Originally, the action was […]

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How to Fly Like a Spy: CIA Travel Tips

21 Mar 2017
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Earlier this month, secret CIA documents became public after WikiLeaks released them in the so-called Vault 7 publication. These documents are part of a bigger series called “Year Zero”, promising to unveil classified spy information. An interesting part of the Vault 7 documents, is a fascinating guide for CIA agents stationed in Germany. Together, with […]

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Dark Clouds Thickening Over Tories’ Heads

16 Mar 2017
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It looks like it will be a very gloomy Thursday for the Conservative party. After a rocky week of criticism towards one of its own members – the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Phillip Hammond, for his budget fiasco and the continuous disputes over the decisions of Theresa May’s government.  Today the Tory Party received another […]

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And The World’s Most Powerful Passport is…

14 Mar 2017
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It turns out, not America is first but Sweden, at least when it comes to “value of citizenship”. According to the annual report of the international consultancy company Nomad Capitalist – the Swedish passport is the most powerful in the world. The company prepared their document comparing 199 countries. 50% of the ranking is based […]

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Merkel and Trump: Clash of Titans

13 Mar 2017
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Big week for world politics. The Netherlands and Turkey are in a diplomatic catch 22 due to important votes in both countries, Theresa May is expected to trigger Article 50, Scotland is to vote second time for independence …and Donald Trump and Angela Merkel are meeting on Tuesday. It’s almost like a giant political Luna […]

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Brexit – next chapter

13 Mar 2017
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Shakespearean drama to be played this week in the UK and the EU ————————————- There is this joke. A blond girl was asked what is the chance to see an alligator on the North Pole. 50/50 – said the girl—you will either see, or you won’t. Similarly, although not as playfully, is the 50/50% chance […]

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Where the Richest People Live?

08 Mar 2017
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The residents of Monaco are the richest in the world, according to the latest statistic from New World Wealth (NWW). The average wealth of a citizen living in one of Europe’s smallest countries, is $1.7 million. The result is no surprise because the country is popular as a “tax haven” and geographically very close to the […]

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How to Call Internationally for Free

07 Mar 2017
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Long gone are the times when letters and costly phone calls once a month were the only connections to our beloved people living abroad. Now distance doesn’t matter and communication is easier than ever. But how to choose the best way to talk to your family and friends, without paying a single penny and enjoying […]

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5 Things You Never Use Your Credit Card For

06 Mar 2017
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Credit cards are there to make our lives easier and to help us buy this lovely pair of shoes today, not in 15 days when the salary comes. But no matter how tempting it is to just flick out the card and think about the consequences later it is time to stop for a moment […]

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