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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.


UK Government: Please, Don’t Come!

Marcus Roberts | 01 February 2013

The UK government is trying to convince Bulgarians and Romanians that the UK is not what it’s cracked up to be.


Cuba and a familiar future

Marcus Roberts | 14 August 2012

Cuba is facing the consequences of high abortion rates, low birth rates and high net emigration.

 
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