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28th June 2012

A Financial Times journalist has been describing his experience of moving overseas to Tokyo to begin a new life as a newspaper correspondent in the Japanese city. Ben McLannahan, who has actually lived in Japan before, working as a teacher many years ago, explained that the capital is a great place read more ...

28th June 2012

Spain has put in a formal request for a bailout from its European neighbours, which could amount to around €100 billion (approximately £80 billion). In an official letter, Luis De Guindos, the country's economy minister, asked Jean-Claude Juncker, Eurogroup chairman, to go ahead with beginning the read more ...

28th June 2012

Brits who will undertake international relocation as part of work need to be aware that drink-driving limits not only vary from one European country to the next, but that there is also a trend across the continent for tougher laws. At a political level there is talk of a uniform approach to drink- read more ...

28th June 2012

The Supreme Court of the United States is set to rule this week on president Barack Obama's monumental "make or break" healthcare reforms. It is considered to be one of the biggest political decisions the country has faced in recent times, and has serious implications for whether Obama can secure a read more ...

28th June 2012

Singapore, the second most densely populated country in the world, continues to belie its relatively small size and stand strong as an economic gateway to Asia. It has remained a strong economic powerhouse throughout the global recession with a large part of its fiscal success being the variety of read more ...

28th June 2012

The price of consumer goods and services in Denmark was the highest in the European Union (EU) last year, new statistics have revealed. According to Eurostat, the statistical office of the EU, the Kingdom of Denmark is 42 per cent above the EU average, followed closely by Sweden (28 per cent), read more ...

27th June 2012

With an eye always on delivering the unexpected, Tate Liverpool decided to make things particularly interesting with its latest major effort. Instead of just banding JMW Turner and Claude Monet together, which has actually been done before, the gallery decided to include Cy Twombly. While Claude read more ...

27th June 2012

Hermann Göring was a senior member of the Nazi Party, an ambitious politician who occupied a number of posts in government, most notably as commander-in-chief of the Luftwaffe, which was no surprise given his reputation as an "ace fighter pilot" during the First World War. He was also a keen read more ...

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