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Domestic Abuse Bill returns to House of Lords

After years of development and turmoil, the Domestic Abuse Bill returned to the House of Lords on the 8th March 2021 to complete its report stage, one of the final stages before being … Continue reading “Domestic Abuse Bill returns to House of Lords”


Bridge International Academies Kenya IFC Partnership for Low-Cost Schooling in Africa

The International Finance Corporation is one of the world’s largest investors in global education. As part of the World Bank, the IFC works to deliver solutions to poverty in some of the most … Continue reading “Bridge International Academies Kenya IFC Partnership for Low-Cost Schooling in Africa”


How Dominica has navigated the coronavirus crisis

Dominica has been widely praised for its handling of the COVID-19 pandemic. The country has only recorded 88 cases and no deaths at the time of writing, all the while maintaining relative economic … Continue reading “How Dominica has navigated the coronavirus crisis”


Dubai introduces new virtual visa in response to the British exodus

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has become one of the world’s most popular expatriate destinations in recent decades. It ranks just outside the top ten with British expats, and is currently home to … Continue reading “Dubai introduces new virtual visa in response to the British exodus”


Improving UK Border Security After Brexit

The UK government is working towards improving border security after Brexit. Making the frontiers more secure was central to the Leave campaign and plans are now in place to deliver on this promise. … Continue reading “Improving UK Border Security After Brexit”


Why politicians around the world are getting on the radical love train

Populism of the most hateful sort has had a baleful presence in the headlines for the past two years, but now a very different political perspective is challenging it, without animus. It’s called … Continue reading “Why politicians around the world are getting on the radical love train”


How to keep your EU citizenship after Brexit

Whilst it is still unclear what exactly a post-Brexit Britain will look like, it seems as though most Brits stand to lose EU citizenship whatever happens, even if Article 50 is extended indefinitely. … Continue reading “How to keep your EU citizenship after Brexit”


Mortgage Issues Can Be a Huge Midterm Issue Among Voters

The Trump administration has rolled back several regulations that were made under the Obama administration. He was honest about his plans even before he was elected. In fact, some of those policies have … Continue reading “Mortgage Issues Can Be a Huge Midterm Issue Among Voters”


The Future of Agro-industry in Latin America

International Trade expert Leonardo Gonzalez Dellan calls for a new culture of enterprise in the Latin American Agro-industry sector. “The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization estimates that a 50 percent jump in global … Continue reading “The Future of Agro-industry in Latin America”


UK should keep its options open over Brexit, says Tony Blair

It’s four months since the UK voted to leave the European Union, but the debate is not over yet. Former Prime Minister Tony Blair said on Friday that the country should keep its … Continue reading “UK should keep its options open over Brexit, says Tony Blair”


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