Don’t Panic, Don’t Panic Just Yet

Channel 4 TV was not irresponsible when it set out a ‘what if’ scenario should the collapse of the euro in an EU member state trigger a chain reaction leading to the currency’s collapse. Certainly it is speculative but that is healthy. Speculation always precedes wars and economic collapse. We should not be taken unawares, especially those of More...

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By Ana Nivtova On Tuesday, January 4th, 2011

Euro Stands Only 20% Chance of Survival

According to a recently released prediction by the Centre for Economics and Business Research, the Euro only stands a 20 per cent change of surviving the next decade. “If the euro doesn’t break up, More...

By Andrea Sono On Wednesday, November 24th, 2010

UK Student Protests Turn Violent, Again

Tens of thousands of students took the streets again Wednesday in various parts of the United Kingdom to protest the planned hike in university tuition fees for 2012. Protests were met with a heavy police force More...

By Ana Nivtova On Wednesday, November 24th, 2010

Ireland to Slash 25,000 Government Jobs

The Irish government has unveiled an austerity plan Wednesday covering the next four years in order to save 15,000 million euros. As part of the measures to slash spending and tackle the deficit, the government More...

By Michael Walsh On Wednesday, November 24th, 2010

The Thin Blue Line is Broken

Student and public demonstrations are nothing new but they achieve significance during periods of societal change. Ordinarily they are safety valves when public frustrations build up a head of steam. The protest More...

By Ana Nivtova On Monday, November 22nd, 2010

As Ireland Gets Rescued, All Eyes on Portugal and Spain, Who’s Next to Collapse?

As the Irish banks are due to be rescued with up to 100,000 million euros in bailout funds, economists, investors and financial experts are turning their eyes on Portugal and Spain, asking “Who’s next?” An More...

By Ana Nivtova On Monday, November 22nd, 2010

Drugged Up Bulgarian Cuts Penis, Attacks Father and Tries to Burn a Farm

A Bulgarian from Pazardzhik, a city in the southeast of the capital Sofia, has been arrested after committing a long list of crimes while under the influence of drugs, according to an article by daily Metro. Angel More...

By Andrea Sono On Monday, November 22nd, 2010

Eric Cantona Calls for Run on the Banks

As Europe crumbles under an ever worsening debt crisis, activists are calling for a banking crash on the 7th December. Ex-footballer Eric Cantona has taken up the task to promote a revolution against the banking More...

By Michael Walsh On Monday, November 22nd, 2010

Welcome to Devil’s Ireland

Given Ireland’s record of poverty-fuelled emigration it is depressing to discover it profiting from the similar miseries of others. Today it bears the shame of being the European hub of human trafficking between More...

By Ana Nivtova On Monday, November 22nd, 2010

Ireland Confirms Billion-Euro Bailout Plea

Irish Prime Minister Brian Cowen confirmed Sunday that his country requested financial assistance, which has received the approval of European Union Finance Ministers as well as the IMF (International Monetary Fund). Didier More...

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