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Natcons and collectivism - via Paul Mason

22 May 2023 2 minute read 0 comments Vladan Lausevic

In recent events at the 'National Conservatism conference in London, Dirk Campbell, a climate activist, was forcefully removed from the stage for warning about the rise of fascism within the new conservative grouping known as the 'Nat-Cs.' The confer...

Why Brexit "is not done" and does not work

20 May 2023 2 minute read 6 comments Vladan Lausevic

According to leading Brexiters like Nigel Farage, Brexit has failed, who argue that the promises made for Brexit were impossible to fulfill and that the project has been betrayed. This sentiment has become increasingly common among Brexit supporters,...

How Gambling Changed in the UK in 2021

4 Jan 2022 4 minute read 0 comments MintDice.com

The COVID-19 pandemic altered the course of many industries and the habits of many people around the world. After everything was shut down, people looked for alternative ways to continue doing what they had always done. The gambling industry in the...

The Social Media Manipulation Disease

29 Oct 2021 5 minute read 1 comment Feax21

Well, this is actually my first ever article who has nothing to do with blockchain, the cryptoworld, and the cryptocurrency on this platform. It describes a short story that took place recently about Brexit on facebook aka Meta and narrates how much...

What is going on with the Brexit for the rest of EU?

5 Jan 2021 1 minute read 3 comments MikeZillo

It’s like the Odissea. A huge journey across the world with different players and different people that tried to distract Ulysses from his journey. First votation happened in 2016 but the EU and the UK agreed to maintain a pacific cohabitation. What...

EU Settlement scheme - Why is there no indication of the December 31 deadline being extended yet?

5 Dec 2020 2 minute read 0 comments Effector Dhanushanth

So I'm German and got back home from Canada juuuust in time before the bug hit the mainstream. I decided though in the intermittent time that spanned landing at Düsseldorf International Airport and taking this COVID 19 pandemic seriously, to marry a...

Frexit - Improbable or Inevetable

8 Feb 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Virendar

As Brexit has happened and talks are well under way it would serve us well to have a gander across the channel, on the continent. France, a cornerstone of the EU, seems like an unlikely candidate for the next country to leave the union, provided that...

Curate Bitcoin 02/01/2020 by dobobs

2 Feb 2020 5 minute read 0 comments dobobs

The views and opinions expressed here are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of CURATION. Every investment and trading move involves risk. You should conduct your own research when making a decision. Bitcoin Price F...

EU - The Internal Impact of Brexit

30 Jan 2020 2 minute read 1 comment Virendar

As the official date of Brexit is drawing near, it seemed appropriate to take a look upon the future of the EU regarding the UK jumping ship. Some pundits have exclaimed the end of the EU others have guessed a weakening, some have suggested a consoli...

Brexit, The Beginning Of The End

28 Jan 2020 1 minute read 2 comments Virendar

Three and a half years ago a simple but controversial referendum was held in the UK. After all the votes were counted it was clear that a slight majority favored leaving the European union, but this mere vote was not the end but merely a beginning. I...