The real villan

Mary L trump,  a  highly literate, trained and licensed gay clinical psychologist and Donald Trump’s only niece, shines a  ray of light on the dark history of their family and explains how her uncle became the man who now threatens the world’s health, economic security and social fabric. Older brother Freddie, who died an alcoholic…

When we Empower women, we all win

In 1959 contraception was finally made available to unmarried women in the UK, Helen Brook a family planning pioneer said “To think that at last women could be in charge of themselves, decide for themselves. Women were really going to be free.” Six decades later are women really free as pay inequality is entrenched in…

Vietnam opens the world’s first 24-carat gold plated hotel

In Hanoi, Vietnam,  a hotel owned by Hoa Binh Group and managed by US-based Wyndham Hotels & Resorts Inc, has opened  The Dolce Hanoi Golden Lake Hotel, after pandemic with facilities including a 24-carat gold tiled infinity pool on the rooftop, while inside guest rooms, bathrooms are laced with yellow metal with price from only…

£105m to support rough sleepers

Councils and charities in England have called for help to ensure people did not have to return to the streets when hotels reopen on 4 July, will be given an extra £105m to support rough sleepers put up during lockdown. Thousands of rough sleepers were housed in hotels and B&Bs as coronavirus hit. The government…

A gripping tale of one of the most lucrative crimes in history

  The Avery’s most lasting legacy was the inadvertent triggering of a new model for the global economy. Henry Every was the seventeenth century’s most notorious pirate as the British government offered enormous bounties for his capture alive or preferably dead. Every’s most lasting legacy was the inadvertent triggering of a major shift in the…

Promoting the elite at the expense of the workers

Trade conflicts caused by governments promoting the interest of the elite at the expense of workers. Across the world, the rich have prospered while workers can no longer afford to buy what they produce have lost their jobs, or have been forced into higher levels of debt. The class wars of rising inequality are a…

Bank of England pumps £100 bn into the economy

The UK has passed 300, 469 confirmed  Covid-19 cases, as the average number of deaths from Covid-19 over the last seven days is now 144 compared with 435 on May 18. Britain faces a Tsunami of job losses despite hundreds of thousands of furloughed employees getting back to work. MPs were told that jobs were…