Following George Osborne’s comments that charities are “anti-business,” top economists have warned that “almost everything is anti-business” because it “gets in the way of free-market neoliberal capitalism.”
Paul Singer, founder of Eliott Management, has claimed to be able to complete “the hard work of the whole of Argentina” in a recent investor letter, buoying growth predictions for the US economy.
Previously homeless Glasgow man now happily employed and living in luxury after being driven from streets by homeless barriers.
The unelected government of Ukraine has today accepted a deal with the international arm of payday company Wonga.com, otherwise known as the IMF, to refinance their spiraling national debt.
Multiple sources have this week come out to confirm that the world is exactly as black and white as it is made out to be.
Figures released this week show that the UK’s GDP grew by 1.9% over last year – the strongest growth since 2007. But how have the coalition government managed this amazing feat? “The keys to the recovery have been high unemployment, propping up house prices and the deaths of thousands of dependents,” explains Dan Isle,…