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Govt. Maintains that UK Will Leave Customs Union

The government has insisted that the UK shall leave the European Union's customs union after Brexit. According to the BBC, a senior Downing Street source...
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The Weekly Roundup – 22nd April 2018

UK: A government document has shown that mass migration over the last 25 years has 'led to a 21 per cent increase in house prices.’ Following...
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MPs to Debate Post-Brexit Customs Union

Despite Prime Minister Theresa May's announcement in February that Britain would leave the Customs Union after Brexit, MPs are now set to debate the...
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The Weekly Roundup – 15th April 2018

UK: Home Secretary Amber Rudd highlighted the link between drug usage (particularly by young people) and rising violent crime on Monday, particularly bringing light to...
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Central Banking has Become Parasitic – How do we Fix it?

Central banking is broken. There are countless reasons for this, but all cause similar issues. In fact, the damage done recently by central banks...
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The Weekly Roundup – 8th April 2018

UK: The furore over the Salisbury poisoning continued, as Jeremy Corbyn and Boris Johnson clashed over the origins of the attack. Meanwhile Yulia Skripal's cousin, Viktoria, was...
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The Approaching Death of the Euro

‘If the Euro falls, Europe falls.’ These were the words of German Chancellor Angela Merkel in 2011. It is telling of the scale of...
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The Weekly Roundup – 1st April 2018

There has been a heavy focus this week in the news on the Salisbury attack which occurred on 4 March. The Fultum Post contributors have...
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The Weekly Roundup – 25th March 2018

UK: A 'decisive step' was made on Monday by UK and EU negotiators with regards to the Brexit transition deal, as a document was released...
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Jacob Rees-Mogg MP: ‘Politicians Shouldn’t Be Snowflakes Either’

This piece was co-written by Michael Curzon, Jake Scott and Angus Gillan. Jacob Rees-Mogg MP on the 9th of March entered a lecture hall full...