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Roma migrants increase fear of immigration in the UK

Shannon Roberts | 28 November 2013
Marginalisation is breeding contempt of the Roma people, but who will solve this social issue?

Will demography mean the United Kingdom soon overtakes Germany?

Shannon Roberts | 09 October 2013
As the European Union continues to be weighed down by recession, Great Britain will emerge more powerful.

Denmark indexes retirement age to life expectancy

Michael Cook | 30 June 2009
Looking for innovative ideas on coping with the growing burden of pensions and shortage of young tax-paying workers? Denmark has one. It is the only country in the world which indexes the retirement age to life expectancy.
 
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