One of the high street’s most prominent retailers of DVDs and CDs has gone into bankruptcy after poor Christmas sales. Continue reading
Along the craggy coastlines of Iceland, Northern Brittany and Ireland seaweed – or ‘dulse’ as it sometimes called – has Continue reading
Why spend money on cycling safety gear when we could invest in the future? Owen outlines the start of a campaign to get better investment in cycling in the UK.
Chris explores the parallels between China’s emerging dominance of global markets, and what lessons there are to be learned from the ‘Americanisation’ of the 1930s.
Most people are not worried about the finesse of financial regulation, but I will give here a brief explanation of Continue reading
Britain is still vulnerable to a double-dip recession – but whether it be next quarter or not is anyone’s guess. With so many compounding issues, are we destined for a collapse in growth?
Underpinning the economy is a more fundamental and unquestioned principle – that of money being created as debt. Is it time we reconsidered the way in which our economy functions?
The author gratefully acknowledges the fruitful conversations with Julian Cottee which helped shape these thoughts. What is the ethical? Searching Continue reading