In this podcast, Marina Guryeva, co-founder of Cyber Fund, explains why now is not a bad time to be a cryptocurrency business in the country at the moment, while blockchain professionals are keeping a bag packed just in case.
In this episode we meet Marina Guryeva, the co-founder of Cyber Fund, a cryptocurrency company based in Russia.
Summer feels like it is already here. Given the upcoming electoral calendar the political temperature will also likely rise.
It might only be a procedural step but this week marked another important pre-Brexit negotiations milestone. The Council of Ministers’ General Affairs Council (GAC) formally approved its Brexit “negotiating directives”, the final procedural hurdle ahead of the start of negotiations proper.
Mrs May alone can explain her motivation for calling an early election. Rumours and speculation abound about her precise reasoning but a general consensus on her prime motivation seems to be: reinforcing her legitimacy to deliver Brexit.
The UK has always had a love/hate relationship with France. But when it comes to May’s Brexit Britain, that distinguished honour might soon be usurped by Poland.
Applications for British citizenship from the 14 “original” EU member countries including Germany, France and Italy have more than tripled since the year before the Brexit referendum, analysis has revealed.
One thing we learnt from Brexit and Trump in 2016: corporations and investors would be wise to have a healthy dose of scepticsm when looking at pre-election polling statistics.
If 2016 was annus horribilus for the EU, is 2017 looking like it might be any better? The prudent pundit would not touch that question with a barge poll. The saying goes “a week is a long time in politics”. These days a week is an eon.
Last week, Britain’s Home Secretary Amber Rudd announced an investigation into the impact of international students on the UK.
The last month has been dominated by the passage of the Brexit Bill through the House of Lords, not least as the Government does not have a majority in that chamber so has to work harder to get its way.
President Jean-Claude Juncker presented his contribution to the upcoming Rome Summit, taking place later in March and marking the 60th anniversary of the EU.