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Richard Bolton

Richard Bolton was born in the UK and is a Manchester University PPE graduate. He is a financial planner. Areas of intrigue include global political affairs, culture and nascent technologies. In his spare time, Richard is a keen sportsman and investor.
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Will Kamala Harris’ wealth tax work?

As elections loom, Biden’s new running mate Kamala Harris proposed a $2,000 COVID stimulus cheque and “lots more money” for Americans to get back...

Crimes Against Humanity: Statute of Limitations for the Last Nazis?

This week, in one of the last Nazi trials in history, a 93-year-old concentration camp guard, identified as Bruno D., was charged with 5,230...

14 Ways Life Will Change After Covid-19

As lockdown is phased out along with furloughing, deferred loans and newscasting turns back to Brexit, what will Britain look like? Will we treasure our...

Coronavirus Will Change The Face of Tourism forever

With a value chain extending to hotels, travel agents, tour operators, restaurants, entertainment, air, land and sea transport; the slowdown from coronavirus may well...

The Architect of Apartheid, Cecil Rhodes, Falls At Oxford

Oriel College, Oxford University decided this week to remove the statue of their main patron, Cecil Rhodes (1853-1902), to make way for African-American Rhodes...

Can reparations actually work?

Reparations are understood to mean cash payments for historical wrongdoing. If well designed, they are intended to acknowledge victims’ suffering, offer forms of redress...

American Politics: A Tale of Divide and Conquer

'You've never had it so good' was made popular by Harold Macmillan, who was British Prime Minister from 1957 to 1963. Less known, is...

War commemorations during a pandemic: right or wrong?

For a nation that loves any excuse for a good old party, frustrations were riding high as Victory in Europe's 75th anniversary celebrations were...

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