12Dec/23

What have been 2023’s leading investment trends? A comfortable pension for retirement, ESG credentials and financial independence – new survey data from CMC Invest reveals all

With 2023 approaching its end, UK Investment platform, CMC Invest, is today releasing new data – based on surveying 2,002 investors in the UK (aged 18+) with £10,000+ investable assets, who have been investing for at least two years – showing investing behaviours throughout 2023. Continue reading

12Dec/23

The EPIC untold story behind Fairytale of New York


The Pogues’ song Fairytale of New York is regarded by many as the anthem for Irish global emigration. It remains one of the most played Christmas songs of the 21st century. A standout line in the chorus reads: “the boys of the NYPD choir were singing Galway Bay” And whilst many have joined in to sing out the line, few are aware that the NYPD choir has, in fact, never existed, let alone sung Galway Bay. Continue reading

10Dec/23

Here are some of the reasons why Mpelembe Network is a relevant organization

 Dec. 10, 2023 /Mpelembe/ — Mpelembe Network is a collaborative community that provides Google Cloud deployment, training, integration, and support services to businesses and organizations in any sector. They also have a social impact arm that engages in various social projects, collaborating with corporate partners, thought leaders, and innovators to tackle some of the world’s most pressing challenges. Continue reading

10Dec/23

christian soldiers marching on

Dec 10, 2023 —

The quote “Christian soldiers marching on, evil will not succeed” is a powerful statement of faith and hope. It is a reminder that even in the face of adversity, believers can stand strong and united, knowing that God is on their side. The phrase “marching on” suggests that believers are not standing still, but are actively engaged in the fight against evil. This fight may be difficult, but it is ultimately one that will be won.

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08Dec/23

Consumer champion Justin Gutmann Announces £3 billion plus ‘Loyalty Penalty’ Class Action claim against UK’s largest mobile network operators

Consumer rights champion Justin Gutmann and the law firm Charles Lyndon have today announced that class action proceedings have been launched against Vodafone, EE, Three, and O2 (the “Loyalty Penalty Claim”). The Loyalty Penalty Claim alleges the companies have been abusing their dominant positions in the UK mobile industry by charging a ‘loyalty penalty,’ in which long standing customers were overcharged for handsets beyond the end of their contractual term. Continue reading

07Dec/23

Remembering Benjamin Zephaniah: The Poet Who Spoke His Truth

07Dec/23

Opera Launches Updated Lucid Mode and Sunrise-Emulating Wallpapers to Help Users Ward Off Seasonal Sadness


Winter has descended upon the Northern Hemisphere, including the headquarters of Opera in Oslo. Further north, polar night kicks off this evening in Narvik, Norway, blanketing the area in a deep blue until January. Days spent in cold and darkness lead many people to suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder, which lowers their mood and causes sluggishness. Continue reading

07Dec/23

CES 2024: Meet Focus, the Predictive AI Analysis Platform That Unlocks the Future of Technology


Focus, the world’s first predictive AI analysis platform that accurately and reliably predicts the technological future based on global patent data, will make its debut at the 2024 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the world’s gathering place for all those who thrive on the business of technology. A 2024 CES Innovation Award honoree in the inaugural AI category, Focus will showcase its technology at CES Unveiled Las Vegas on Sunday evening, January 7, 2024, and as part of the NL Tech Pavilion in Eureka Park at the Venetian Expo, Booth 62100 from January 9 – 12, 2024. Continue reading

06Dec/23

Who gets to keep loots of war,

Dec. 6, 2023 /Conflict and War/ — The question of who gets to keep loots of war is a complex and controversial one, as it often involves competing claims of ownership and the need to balance the interests of various parties. In general, international law and treaties prohibit looting and call for the return of stolen property to its rightful owners. However, there are many practical challenges to implementing this principle, and in some cases, it may be difficult or even impossible to determine who the rightful owners are. Continue reading