The tears had barely dried following the EU’s ‘goodbye Britain’ speech, before British racists were fixing signs to doors in apartment blocks.
The European Commission just dropped a whopping R35 billion fine on Google for actively undermining competitors. Here’s what we know.
Nigel Farage is not a gracious winner, something that was made obvious as he smugly attacked the EU and blew his own trumpet.
There’s wealthy people and then there are billionaires, and this how how much money they lost after the UK decided to leave the EU.
Here’s one for the next dinner you go to, unless that dinner happens to be at your friend Stavros’ house of course. Pick your audience wisely my friends.
It seems some guy on the other side of the world has taken quite a keen interest in South Africa’s white folk. His online petition is gaining momentum.
With each passing day, what started as a simple protest in Kiev is swiftly morphing into a full-blown revolution. Anti-government protestors, initially protesting against widespread corruption, are now angered by a trade deal that tilted Ukraine back toward Russia and away from further integration with the European Union
Ukranian president Viktor Yanukovych is facing a wave of massive protests, as citizens camp out in Kiev’s independence square.
You may or may not be aware of television programmes like Trawlermen or Deadliest Catch. Times can be more than just physically and emotionally tough aboard these fishing vessels, they can go ages without catching anything substantial too. Now the EU is planning to offer the fishermen an alternative income stream. And hopefully curb pollution obviously.
The European Union is attempting to establish the “right to be forgotten online,” as a legislative response to embarrassing old data – risque photographs, stupid statuses – that refuse to disappear. The proposed bit of legislation would enforce higher privacy settings and offer greater user control.