Archive for December 6th, 2018

Currency exchange: Floating rate versus fixed rate

Baffled by exchange rates? Wonder why some currencies fluctuate while others are pegged? This article has the answers regarding the difference between floating and fixed exchange rates.

Kent ‘facing gridlocked and rubbish-strewn streets under no-deal Brexit’

Hard-hitting report from council also raises concerns about unburied bodies and effect on schools

A no-deal Brexit could cause major disruption across Kent, with gridlock on the roads around Dover, rubbish not being collected, children unable to take exams and rubbish piling up on streets, a local council report has warned.

The registration service for weddings could also be affected and bodies could pile up in morgues because of traffic gridlock, Kent county council warned in an update on no-deal contingency planning. Problems would all flow from the congestion and new regulatory barriers that would be in place if Britain crashed out of the EU on 29 March.

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Top 6 Questions About Currency Trading

Here, we'll answer six of the primary questions about forex trading, commissions, and other related queries.

BREXIT DEPLOYMENT: May makes FINAL ROLL OF DICE with DAY OF ACTION



THERESA May is set to make one final push to get her Brexit deal through parliament as she sends up to 30 government ministers across the UK on Friday. The Prime Minister faces a race against time to rally up support behind her withdrawal agreement from the EU before MP’s vote in the House of Commons on December 11.

Are Bitcoin Payment Services Similar to Credit Cards?

Here's how Bitcoin Payment Services works and if it's a threat to credit card giants like Visa and Amex.

LIFELINE FOR MAY? Tory MPs table CRUCIAL amendment on Brexit vote



PRIME Minister Theresa May has been given a lifeline over her controversial withdrawal agreement after a group of Tory backbenchers tabled an amendment that would give MPs control over the Irish backstop.

‘I’m SERIOUS!’ Cambridge lecturer calls for voting age to be reduce to SIX – ‘More fun!’



CHILDREN as young as six should be allowed to vote in General Elections, according to Cambridge University's head of politics.
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