Greece's Odyssey The saga of the financial trouble in Greece continues. Something that some would have expected to end much sooner, like the journey of Odysseus. To cross from Troy to Greece ought to be a short and straightforward journey. For some reason this was not so. Again, much like the journey of Odysseus, which
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Greek banks are preparing a contingency plan in which they would confiscate at least 30 percent of deposits above €8,000, Financial Times reports. The process of distressed banks raiding deposits is called a "bail-in." In 2013, a bail-in took place in Cyprus, during which funds were seized from uninsured deposits of more than €100,000. If a
Mr. Cameron's Conservative party has won a landslide victory in the recent UK elections. Such a wide majority was expected by very few sources. While not all might agree with the result, this cloud does have a clear silver lining. The leader of the xenophobic UKIP party, Nigel Farage has resigned. This follows the disappointing
A few days ago Rupert Murdoch's NewsCorp attracted controversy once again. This time it was not for a phone hacking scandal or anything else which affects our impoverished and eternally persecuted ultra-wealthy celebrities. This time it was for something much, much more worrying. Although we might discount her opinion as that of only one individual,
Dieudonné M'bala M'bala is a well known French stand up comedian who has a habit of making headlines for all of the wrong reasons. Currently his largest impact on society has been the spread of a gesture which he invented called “La Quenelle”. This gesture is seen as a sort of reverse nazi salute. Although
Dieudonné M'bala M'bala is a well known and controversial French stand up comedian. This is not the first time that he has made headlines due to his remarks. To add to his record, one of his Tweets has landed him a criminal conviction. In the wake of the terrorist attacks on the Paris