Riding the coronavirus downturn

The coronavirus pandemic is teaching national Government to move towards the standards of government in the biblical Millennium. There is much room for improvement, but the unprecedented Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme announced today by the British Chancellor of the Exchequer is a step in the right direction. It is a financial package "unprecedented in the …

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New highs and new lows in the EU Project Fear

EU Project Fear has reached new heights and Remainers' skulduggery has reached new depths. BBC Newsnight reported tonight that Jean-Claude Juncker said: “a Brexit without an agreement would lead to the collapse of the United Kingdom”. A threat or a prediction from this false prophet of doom? Is the wish the father of the thought? …

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Market slump, after market high, is not unusual

After the US stock market highs of 2018, the US is set for the worst December fall since the Great Depression in 1931. The market was alarmed by the revelation that over the weekend the US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin took the unusual step of calling the chief executives of America's six largest banks to …

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