"The only thing we have to fear is fear itself." Those were the words
of former US president Franklin D. Roosevelt in his inauguration speech
on 4 March 1933. And in many ways, they are still true today.
How do you know when a politician is talking nonsense? Simple: his (or
her) lips are moving. You may think that is a tadharsh, but in the case of Wolfgang Schäuble's recent comments, it most definitely isn't.
I am considering writing to our personnel department with an unusual request. It's a request that I am pretty sure they would turn down. But
if I made the request, I would really appreciate it if they complied with it.
Will the UK decide on 23 June to stay in the EU or will it decide to go?
There are a number of possible indicators of the result — including the views of the royal family. But are these indicators reliable?
Three things are certain about Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne. He wants to be prime minister, he wants to balance Britiain's budget and he wants Britain to stay in the EU. Does he also read Business Spotlight?
einen ausgeglichenen (britischen) Haushalt erreichen
Last night, I had a super night's sleep. This morning, I had a super cup
of tea, followed by a super shower and a super breakfast. Then I got
into my super car and had a super drive to work. Life, it seems, is just
The race for the White House is hotting up nicely, with Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump the clear favourites to battle it out in thepresidential election on Tuesday, 8 November. As always, the key factors are money and power.
So, finally, we know the date: Thursday, 23 June. That is the day on
which the British people will decide once again whether they want to
remain in the European Union. But sadly, I won't be able to vote.