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Isis may be big budget in the Middle East, but in Europe its attackers have been petty criminals who use illicit markets. Police should focus their efforts there

How to beat Islamic State? Crack down on cigarette smuggling

Christopher Bollyn

Moscow foresaw the threat posed by Isis and knows that only a united front can defeat it. Turkey’s motives are murkier, however

Nevis LLCs: State-of-the-Art Asset Protection

Nevis LLCs: State-of-the-Art Asset Protection

Scottish independence: No camp sends for Gordon Brown as polls tighten

Scottish independence: No camp sends for Gordon Brown as polls tighten

Former prime minister outlines plan for greater devolution for Scotland as poll confirms surge in support for independence

Riddle Me This: Why Is NATO Pushing for Council Meeting With Russia?

Riddle Me This: Why Is NATO Pushing for Council Meeting With Russia?

Flags outside the Nato HQ in Brussels. Ambassadors met for an emergency session on Tuesday to gauge the threat Isis poses to Turkey.

It’s Official: The Worldwide Bail-ins Are Coming

Second Citizenship & Residence, Wealth Preservation & International Tax Planning. Protect your wealth for the future.

As the average ATM withdrawal fee rises to a record $4.35 this week, it would be perfectly reasonable to assume banks think your money belongs to them

ATM fees: the 'hole in the wall gang' needs to be kept in check

As the average ATM withdrawal fee rises to a record $4.35 this week, it would be perfectly reasonable to assume banks think your money belongs to them

Sharjah International Airport expansion to get new master plan | GulfNews.com

Sharjah International Airport expansion to get new master plan

Does Expat life make you happier, healthier and wealthier?   What are your thoughts?

Does expat life really make you healthier, wealthier and happier?

With a new survey suggesting that moving overseas is the answer to nearly all your problems, we asked those who’ve done it whether that’

Health care is essential, but so is a smartphone if you want to get a job or even sign up for health care ... despite what Jason Chaffetz says.

Should Americans have to choose between health care and a smartphone?

Shenandoah, Pennsylvania Rust-belt romantics don’t get it: the middle class is being wiped out too

If we don’t restore democracy in Europe, the consequences could be dire

The refugee crisis and the rise of the hard right have shown the failings of the EU. Unless we build a new movement and try again, we have already lost

While schools groan under changes to A-levels, universities are throwing around unconditional offers like confetti

So much for A-level ‘rigour’: universities are taking anyone

The Long Read: In the year of Trump and Brexit, education has become the greatest divide of all – splitting voters into two increasingly hostile camps. But this is not a clash between the ignorant and the enlightened

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Sweeping changes will also include ranking jails in league tables and improving quality of education for prisoners

G7 nations to stop subsidising fossil fuels | News | National | M&G

2016 will be a year of living dangerously for the global economy As oil prices fall further, China slows and Brazil risks collapse, cracks will be papered over and the scene set for a new implosion

Austerity (in fact, subjugation) was a political choice. Now it’s starting to look like a bad one | Vox Political

Tax credit cuts, the latest extension of Osborne’s policy, have for the first time provoked outspoken criticism of the chancellor from the right as well as the left

Poll finds only 3% of British adults believe David Cameron’s proposed bill of rights should be government’s top priority

No appetite for scrapping Human Rights Act, says Amnesty

Poll finds only of British adults believe David Cameron’s proposed bill of rights should be government’s top priority