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Matthew Norman: Heralding a new dawn?
Finally, as even the most fervent Remainer may agree, Brexit is responsible for something to be cherished. The “special relationship” is dead (or at the very least, in cryogenic stasis). Good riddance to the era of ritual obedience – and long live what Emmanuel Macron, such a gifted translator, unveiled this week as “le relationship especiale”. With Britain’s global irrelevance cemented by the semiconscious uncoupling from the
Amit Kapoor: Rising global debt levels threaten to hit productivity
Any undergraduate student of economics would vouch for the fact that an economy in a recession requires a fiscal stimulus package (or more government spending and lower taxes). Such a stimulus can only be managed if the economy constrains its fiscal spending in times of growth. Restraint on spending in good times would allow the creation of a buffer for a strong fiscal policy response in the event of a downturn. This Keynesian
Albert R. Hunt: Republicans on the edge despite bright survey results
Two surveys popped up last week that seem to show improved prospects for Republican House candidates this November. Disregard them! A Washington Post/ABC News poll released last Monday showed that 47 percent of registered voters prefer the Democratic candidate in their district, as against 43 percent who favor the Republican. The gap was about twice as large at the beginning of the year. In a Marist Poll that came out
Funmi Olutoye: Windrush brings African, Caribbean communities together
The Windrush scandal has cut through the heart of the British Caribbean community. It’s thrown up questions about racism, identity and history. Ironically, however, the Windrush scandal could be the very medicine the black British community needs to heal the divisions it has. Despite being a minority, there is an unspoken separation within the black community in the UK. Those of a Caribbean background and those of an African
Rachel Coldicutt: Trapped in fine print
You may already have noticed your inbox filling up with a new species of spam. “You’re in control,” the latest one told me. “The law is changing.” This proliferation of politely worded emails asking you to please accept or not miss out or continue to receive is the public face of a gargantuan piece of European data protection legislation called GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), which comes into force exactly a month
Eric Zorn: Ending card signatures is a whale of a good idea
So long, Shamu. For more than a decade I’ve been signing the name of the world’s most famous killer whale on credit card receipts and signature pads. When I’m not in a hurry, I add a crude drawing with jagged teeth and a spray of water coming out of Shamu’s blowhole. And not once, not in literally thousands of transactions, has a store employee or server compared that scrawl to the signature on the back of my card, asked to see
China calls on US to protect business environment
BEIJING: China has called on Washington to avoid damaging business con..
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5 migrants die off Morocco, Spain searches for more boats
MADRID: Five migrants have died trying to cross the Mediterranean, the..
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Rajinikanth, Vijay Sethupathi to act together
CHENNAI: Actor Vijay Sethupathi will be seen sharing screen space with..
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Ex White House spokesman unveils Melania Trump waxwork
NEW YORK: Melania Trump took Washington by storm with her bold fashion..
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US schoolteachers in Colorado, Arizona walk out
DENVER: Tens of thousands of schoolteachers plan to walk off the job i..
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Sarah Jessica Parker sued by jewellery designer
LOS ANGELES: A jewellery designer named Kat Florence is suing actress ..
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Microsoft to replace 'pistol' emoji with 'water gun'
SAN FRANCISCO: After Google and Facebook replaced the 'pistol' emoji w..
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UAE ‘a valued partner,’ says Dutch envoy
ABU DHABI: The United Arab Emirates is ‘a valued partner’ of Holland a..
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Syria donors fall short without US aid
BRUSSELS: International donors raised $4.4 billion in emergency aid fo..
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Japan deports North Koreans rescued from boat: Media
TOKYO: The last two of 10 North Koreans rescued from a tiny wooden boa..
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