‘First Man’ is an American biographical drama film directed by Damien Chazelle and written by Josh Singer. The film is based on the book First Man: The Life of Neil A. Armstrong written by James R. Hansen, with Ryan Gosling in the role of Neil Armstrong. I have always been fascinated about the space, Read More

The Sunday Times today have an article saying thst PM Theresa May could postpone the planned vote in the House of Commons on Tuesday 11 December in a attempt to sweeten the bid and deal after additional discussions with the European Union. Personally I would not rule out anything ag this dtage, but I, Read More

112 days to 29 March 2019, when United Kingdom leaves the European Union – Brexit. On Tuesday 11 December the UK Parliament, House of Commons – will vote about the Exit/Withdrawal Agreement (The Deal). This will decide if there will be a 21 month transition period and an organized withdrawal. If the result of, Read More

Don’t miss the Brexit Survival Guide! This the outcome of advise given by numerous world class experts at the Brexit Symposium in Soest on 20-21 November. The Brexit Survival Guide summarizes the key take-aways, including some practical pointers, from renowned experts and participants at KGH Brexit symposium. Download the guide to kick-start your Brexit, Read More

UK Government is sending letters on ‘no deal’ Brexit advice for businesses only trading with the EU. It is important for all privatr sector companies and staleholders involved in UK-EU trade to prepare. UK Govenrment is trying to support its business woth the best possible advise. If you want to read the letter and, Read More

The 2020 UEFA European Football Championship, commonly referred to as UEFA Euro 2020 or simply Euro 2020, is scheduled to be the 16th UEFA European Championship, the quadrennial international men’s football championship of Europe organised by UEFA. The European Qualifiers draw for UEFA EURO 2020 has set the groups to be played from March, Read More

The G20 countries have completed the summit in Buenos Aires Argentina, and the G20 leaders agreed to reform the World Trade Organization (WTO). The G20 agreement also includes a promise to address the refugee situation. All participating countries, with the exception of the United States, also promise to keep in line with the emission, Read More

Britain’s choice would be to leave the European Union without a deal or abandon Brexit altogether if its parliament rejects an agreement between the EU and Prime Minister Theresa May, European Council President Donald Tusk said today. “A few days before the vote in the House of Commons, it is becoming more and more, Read More

Where will he play nest season? 37-year old Swedish superstar Zlatan Ibrahimovic? After scoring 22 goals for LA Galaxy in MLS is Zlatan now rumoured for a return to Europe and his old club AC Milan.

Sweden is continuing to move up on the FIFA Soccer World Ranking. After having played a quaterfinal in World Cup in Russia this summer, our national team has won the B-group in UEFA Nations League beating Russia and Turkey advancing to the top nations A level. We are now ranked as number 14 in, Read More

The European Union’s Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier told Britain on Thursday the Brexit deal the bloc agreed with Prime Minister Theresa May was the only one possible. Barnier was speaking to a nearly-empty EU parliament chamber as the bloc awaits the verdict from London where May is trying to sell the deal to her, Read More

Large parts of the British economy are not ready for a no-deal Brexit, Bank of England governor Mark Carney has said. Fewer than half of businesses have initiated contingency plans, Mr Carney told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme. He said the UK would need a transition period to adapt to whatever form of departure, Read More

Western Europe is the leading hub for the world’s talent, outperforming other regions in attracting, developing and retaining highly skilled employees. This is according to the recently released IMD World Talent Ranking 2018 in which Western European nations fill nine of the top 10 places. The annual survey from the IMD business school –, Read More

A no-deal Brexit deal would hit UK-EU security ties and have a “real impact” on protecting the public, Security Minister Ben Wallace is to warn. In a speech to law enforcement leaders, he will say the “heart of effective security is close co-operation”. Mr Wallace will say Theresa May’s deal, which MPs vote on, Read More

Theresa May is facing accusations of “rehashing Project Fear” after it emerged that Treasury forecasts show that Britain will be £150bn worse off under a no-deal Brexit. A cross-Government analysis is expected to show that under the Chequers agreement, which forms the basis of her deal, the UK’s GDP will be between 1 and, Read More

There are always new projects, Governments and Ministers that wants advise. It is big world getting smaller. Globalization drives trade and movement of people. Growing trade provides development of our socities, employment, opportunities – it helps us fighting poverty. We see new borders emerge and old legacy borders need modernization. At the same time, Read More

How I loved that book when I read it the first time many, many years ago. Now a new film version of the Watership Doen will be airing this Christmas as two special feature-length episodes, BBC One’s Watership Down uses Richard Adams’ bestselling novel as its source to bring an innovative interpretation to the, Read More

European leaders have approved Brexit deal. It’s not a final of the Brexit process but a very important step on the way of setting economic conditions between EU and UK post-Brexit 29 March 2019. Here is the letter from UK PM Theresa May to the Bristish prople explaining her view about the proposal.

Summit offers unanimous support while marking ‘moment of deep sadness’ at the EU extra Summit in Brussels today. EU leaders have given their backing to the Brexit deal struck with Theresa May, firing the starting pistol on the prime minister’s race to win parliamentary approval in time for the UK’s withdrawal next March. At, Read More

From the EU-UK Brexit Political Declaration. ”Trusted trader programmes and mutual assistance on recovering tax and excise can also be employed to ensure trade is as frictionless as possible…Such facilitative arrangements and technologies will also be considered in developing any alternative arrangements for ensuring the absence of a hard border on the island of, Read More