The events of the 23rd of May have drawn much attention to what was described during the tenure of George H. Bush as Europe’s final dictatorship.
MMT (Modern Monetary Theory) is a recent theory in economics within the macroeconomic thinking that aims for public policy to understand the strength of their currency and use the money to the full advantage of their economy.
The sun shines down on the streets of Dublin city on the last Saturday of May. For the first time in what feels like forever, the city is alive with the sounds of music, chatting and of course, the occasional chant. Groups of friends descend on the city looking for a good time and a sigh of relief, but where to?
As employers call for changes around the rates Pandemic Unemployment Payment (PUP), coupled with staff shortages, poses the question: is it time to fast track the living wage proposal?
Riding hot off the success of his cut of ‘Justice League’, Zack Snyder is back once again, though this time he is trading caped crusaders for hordes of the undead.
The handling of the Covid-19 pandemic in Turkey by the Turkish Government of Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the ruling party, the Justice and Development Party (AKP), has proved controversial. Having first come to power in 2003 as prime minister following the formation of the Justice and Development Party (AKP), Erdogan’s grip on power has continued to tighten in recent years. Whilst it appeared to have controlled the pandemic in its early stages, the mishandling of the pandemic has been heavily criticised in Turkey, as 2020 continued and waves of the pandemic continued and worsened across the world.