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Is Brexit a Neo-Liberal Coup Against 45 Years of Life-Protective Law and Regulation?

By John McMurtry The European Union’s rule of life-protective law is never really seen on media’s coverages and public discussions. In this article, Dr. McMurtry...

Brexit and the Banks: Fight or Flight?

By Barbara Casu This article discusses the key implications of Brexit for the UK financial services industry, looking at the differences between: membership vs. access;...

The Revolution of the Victims of Globalisation and Neo-Nationalism

By Takis Fotopoulos The victory of Brexit and the election of Trump drastically affected the New World Order by explicitly questioning globalisation. The reason in...

Brexit and London’s Role as an Islamic Banking Hub: Is the Glass Half Empty,...

By Sohail Jaffer Regardless of the shocking referendum result, there are reasons for optimism about the UK’s role as a hub for Islamic finance in...

How the Brexit Referendum was Trumped: Personality, Protest and Patriotism

By Glyn Atwal and Douglas Bryson  In this article, the authors contend the electioneering style of what they label “Trumpism” was distinctly manifested and a...

Xenophobia in the UK

by Julian Vigo Racism and xenophobia cannot be spun into class solidarity, nor can they be forgotten away as if some new class spirit will...

Post-Brexit Africa

By Dan Steinbock Whatever its final impact, in the short-term the UK’s EU referendum will increase global economic uncertainty, market volatility and economic risk. In...

Brexit Adds to Global Uncertainty

Dan Steinbock discussed that UK referendum will foster substantial economic uncertainty, market volatility and political risk, which could lead London and Brussels back to...

Blame Austerity – Not Immigration – For Taking Britain To ‘Breaking Point’

By David Spencer Immigration is at the heart of the Brexit debate and is quite polarised. On one side, the Remain campaign either ducks the...

Britain votes to leave the EU, here’s what happens next

By Gavin Barrett The UK would be the first state to leave the EU but it is most likely that the European Commission, the executive...

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