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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...

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...

Ireland Holding Abortion Referendum in May

On Friday 25 May, the people of the Republic of Ireland shall vote in a referendum on whether to keep or repeal the Eighth...

Stand Alone Together: Putin’s Failed Gambit

I’m sure I don’t need to remind anyone about the events of the Salisbury attacks only a short time ago, when poison gas was...

The Russia Problem and the Death of Diplomacy

It stands to reason, that in times of great division, we could all use something to unite us, and what better to do that...

Russian Diplomats Expelled from US and Many EU Nations

In light of Russia's alleged involvement in the poisoning of former-double agent Sergei Skripal, along with his daughter, in Salisbury earlier this month, the...

Gunboats to Protect British Fisheries After Brexit

Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson has announced a new Royal Navy fleet of gunboats which shall protect British fisheries after Brexit. HMS Forth, the first of...

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...

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...

Swedish Customs Expert Suggests Irish Border Solution

A former senior Swedish customs official has argued that a certain technical solution could enable the Irish border to remain open after Brexit. Addressing the...