The dog that finally barked – an English dimension to the country’s institutions of government

There is growing evidence that the English are dissatisfied with current arrangements for the territorial government of the UK in general, and England in particular. Why should this be so? Part of the problem is to do with maintaining the continuity of the Ancient and Geographic Counties and their affiliations. As an example, consider the… Read More The dog that finally barked – an English dimension to the country’s institutions of government

Bank Tax

  Image by Getty Images via @daylife These days Bank Tax is a hot topic because governments are trying to regulate financial services after the recent financial crisis that effected almost the whole world. Only closed economies like North Korea and Cuba are potentially immune from the boom/bust nature of the global economy. What caused… Read More Bank Tax

README

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