A lot of people are seeing the current, news-filled times as a good time to start using foreign exchange trading (or forex as it is usually known) as a way to try and gain a profit out of the heavily fluctuating currency prices. Brexit, the upcoming general election, the possibility of another Scottish independence vote, and events related to Trump in the US are all things that have a massive impact on the relationships between currencies, and when you can predict movements well and analyse what is happening in the forex market, there is a very real opportunity to make money by trading currencies online on platforms like Oanda.
When the United Kingdom resolved to join the European Union in 1973, the drivers of this resolution perhaps could have never imagined that a mere four odd decades later there’d come a time when Britain resolved to go the other way and withdraw from the Union. Many industries both in what will be the remaining countries making up the EU and those which now effectively have to stand on their own two feet within the United Kingdom will definitely have to go through a period of some serious restructuring and there are opportunities abound on either side.
In early Feb of this year, Elmet and Rothwell Member of Parliament, Alec Shelbrooke, paid a visit to Woodlesford Lock on the Aire Calder Canal to get a view of the results of the partnership between Yorkshire Water and the Canal & River Trust.
Four of the biggest cities in Scotland are very different in their architectural histories, namely Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness and Aberdeen. Home design specialists DM Design took a closer look at these differences as well as how historic and political events influenced these cities’ design and construction.
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So, it is official; parliament officials will now be given the chance to vote on how and when the government should trigger Article 50. After sustained court proceedings and a government appeal the Supreme Court has confirmed that British Prime Minister and Tory leader Theresa May cannot make the decision independently by way of a royal prerogative.