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Our future is in the hands of men who havent grown up

June 4, 2012

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| John Harris | Comment is free | The Guardian. In past crises our leaders had age and experience. Now they come across as dilettantes distracted by games on their iPads Advertisements

One bust bank could bring Spain to its knees

May 29, 2012

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One bust bank could bring Spain to its knees, warns prime minister | Business | The Guardian. Spain cannot afford to let a single bank or regional government collapse as that would bring the entire country to its knees, the prime minister, Mariano Rajoy, warned on Monday.

Ed Miliband, you stoke this anti-Europe fire at your peril

May 22, 2012

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Ed Miliband, you stoke this anti-Europe fire at your peril | Gaby Hinsliff | Comment is free | The Guardian. Well, who would have thought it? Riding high in the polls, touted as a prospective prime minister even in the rightwing papers, finally Ed Miliband is having a moment.

It’s Time to Stop Using Chewing Gum and Chicken Wire in Spain

May 21, 2012

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It’s Time to Stop Using Chewing Gum and Chicken Wire in Spain. By Edward Hugh  – Don’t Shoot the Messenger – EconoMonitor “Every leg of the eurozone crisis has been marked by denial of the full scale of the problems. Whether Spain’s authorities have been deceitful or wilfully blind makes little difference at this point. […]

Spain’s Indignados protest here to stay

May 16, 2012

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BBC News – Spain’s Indignados protest here to stay. Spain’s grassroots protest movement called Los Indignados – “the indignant ones” – is a year old.

5 writing tips from Winston Churchill from PR Daily

May 15, 2012

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5 writing tips from Winston Churchill. I’ve talked before about Winston Churchill’s gift for language. Here’s a great example of an inspiring speech he gave to get Great Britain behind its leader.

BBC News – What ails the Spanish economy?

May 14, 2012

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Once again, markets are becoming nervous about lending to a eurozone government. This time it’s Spain’s turn.