Posts Tagged ‘United Kingdom’

Bank of England warns Brexit risks beginning to crystallise

(Media Release) The Bank of England has warned there is evidence that risks it identified related to Brexit are emerging. In a major report it states: “There is evidence that some risks have begun to crystallise. The current outlook for UK financial stability is challenging.” The Bank has eased special capital requirements for banks, potentially […]

Viral hepatitis ‘kills as many as Aids or TB’

(Media Release) Viral hepatitis is one of the leading killers across the globe, with a death toll that matches Aids or tuberculosis, research in the Lancet suggests. The report estimates that hepatitis infections and their complications led to 1.45m deaths in 2013 – despite the existence of vaccines and treatments. World Health Organization data shows […]

Muslims Stung by Indifference to Their Losses in Terror Attacks

(Media Release) PARIS — In recent days, jihadists killed 41 people at Istanbul’s bustling, shiny airport; 22 at a cafe in Bangladesh; and at least 250 celebrating the final days of Ramadan in Baghdad. Then the Islamic State attacked, again, with bombings in three cities in Saudi Arabia. By Tuesday, Michel Kilo, a Syrian dissident, […]

Despite of High Cost Involved in Sustainability Development Rising Demand for Sustainable Tourism: Ken Research

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Free Press Release Submitted by kenresearch.com         Press Release Distribution Ken Research has announced its latest publication, “Sustainability in the Travel and Tourism Industry: Emerging Trends, Organizations Approach and Travelers Viewpoint”, which aims at providing in-depth market analysis of sustainability in the travel and tourism industry globally. Further, it provides information about Key drivers […]

Brexit leaders ‘leaving the boat’ – EU Commission boss Juncker

(Media Release) EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has accused Brexit campaigners Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage of quitting when things got difficult. “The Brexit heroes of yesterday are now the sad Brexit heroes of today,” he told the European Parliament. There was anger among MEPs over the UK’s 23 June vote to leave the EU. […]

Three convicted in Libor Bank rates rigging trial

(Media Release) Three former Barclays employees have been found guilty of rigging the Libor interest rate between 2005 and 2007. Jay Merchant, 45, was convicted unanimously at Southwark Crown Court of manipulating the key financial rate. Jonathan Mathew, 35, and Alex Pabon, 38, were found guilty by majority verdict after a ten-week trial. The trio […]

Five models for post-Brexit UK trade

(Media Release) After the UK voted to leave the EU, the country faces the prospect of having to establish new trade relationships – both with the remaining 27 EU members and other countries around the world. As a member of the EU, the UK has been included in trade deals the EU has negotiated. There […]

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