Why Trump as US president would scare markets vastly more than Brexit, and the fallacy of populist politicians blaming foreigners and globalisation for economic problems when it is the fault of trickle-down economics.
I don't give a damn if Britain wants to shoot itself in its own economic foot, but I do care about the isolationist small-mindedness; the inwards-looking mindset, the xenophobia, the exploitation of ignorance that is surging globally.
Contrary to the rhetoric of the Leave campaign, Brexit means less safety for the Western world. The director of international security has labelled the result "a disaster" and there is a dismal outlook in terms of strategic/political uncertainty.
High-speed internet service defined as a utility, a federal court rules in a sweeping decision clearing the way for more rigorous policing of broadband providers & greater protections for web users. Video, article by Cecilia Kang, 14 Jun 2016.
An IMF study has confirmed the growing consensus among economists: the neoliberal doctrine of austerity economics, which has dominated economics since Reagan and Thatcher, increases inequality and instability and in turn undermines economic growth.