Recently France has been rocked by nationwide large-scale protests against the proposal by President Emmanuel Macron to raise the retirement age from 62 to 65 without approval from parliament. The French, never being shy to
One of the biggest news stories of 2023 has been the controversy around donations received by Public Expenditure Minister Paschal Donohoe in the 2016 and 2020 general elections and the Minister’s failure to declare certain
Recently British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has announced his intention to introduce new anti-trade union and strike legislation. The new law seeks to impose “minimum service levels” for key public sector jobs such as in
Hollywood is as controlled by major studios as it’s ever been, and those studios are as reluctant to take risks as they have ever been. There are fewer and fewer new original films each year, and more from franchises or pre-existing properties.
On September 25th Italians went to the polls, and to the shock and horror of many onlookers, it was the far-right ‘Brothers of Italy’ party who came on top. Their controversial leader, Giorgia Meloni, was
Inheritance tax has been in the news recently, with an advisory government tax commission proposing a reduction in the tax-free threshold of €335,000, from which point inheritance is taxed at 33%. This proposal was quickly