UK News

Alex Salmond’s Debt Threat Will Not Be Reversed

According to Scotland’s First Minister Alex Salmond, their threat to not pay their debts will not be reversed because Scotland’s debt included the UK pound during its accruement. Salmond iterated that if the Scottish government could not secure a UK … read more

World Poverty/Crisis

OECD Said Economic Crisis had Increased Obesity Epidemic in Rich Nations

According to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, the global economic crisis has a close connection to the increased activity of the obesity epidemic in many rich and western nations. Due to the higher prices of healthy goods, many … read more

Finance

UK PPI Bill Could Potentially Overtake £20 Billion

UK analysts said that as the UK Big Four banks continue to add further to their PPI redress bill for the country, the current £12 billion compensation package could likely reach £20 billion or even more the following year. As … read more

Asia

Inter Guam news

Japanese Tourists Killed in Guam

Guam is a famous place to visit; this is part of the United States Pacific territory. There are so many foreigners from around the world who visit Guam for tours and vacations. It is rare to find some news that … read more

Law

New Domestic Abuse Crime To End All Legal Ambiguity

The ambiguity of domestic violence could be cleared as ministers discuss creating a new offence that could categorise domestic violence as a crime. Home Secretary Theresa May said that it could improve police performance. Existing laws covers manipulation and coercive … read more

USA

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54% of Payday Loan Borrowers Spend 196 Days in Debt

A recent white paper released by the American Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has suggested that around 54% of payday loan borrowers spend on average 196 days in debt. These figures certainly suggest that over half of the people who take … read more