Sunday, 18 April 2010



Soros: Euro, EU Will Collapse if Germany Doesn’t Make Concessions

225,000 public workers to be axed

Why China's "Document Number 10" Will Cause A Brutal Monday In Stocks And Real Estate

Weekend Corruption Roundup

'War could break out this summer'

FSA probe into Goldman Sachs ‘fraud’

Microsoft's Chinese Labor Scandal

Election's economic stakes unusually high

Personal privacy: This government is too keen to catch us on camera

India monitoring security after U.S. terror alert

Numerous Derivative Swap Deals Blow Sky High In Europe

Regulators seize eight banks

Possible Run on the Gold Bank, Fed Insolvent, Currency Endgames in US Debt Crisis

Washington considers a decline of world oil production as of 2011

Demand for oil to outstrip supply within two years

Fresh goods for supermarkets rot in Kenya as volcano grounds flights

Pretty Shocking... Blogger Claims to Find Obama's Plan On 'How To Change America End Game Scenario'!

Unemployment across UK is back to 1999 levels

Now we know the truth. The financial meltdown wasn't a mistake – it was a con

How the global warming hoax evolved from population control and eugenics

Widening access to university is vital

If Scotland is to shine in today's knowledge-based global economy, it must maximise the numbers of students accessing higher education

RBS shares soar by 9% as return to profit predicted

Will SNP pay price of a tactical anti-Tory vote?

Ken Clarke spoiling for a fight with 'Prudence'

Olympic gold hero Chris Hoy ties the knot

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