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This article is relevant for anyone interested in banking while living abroad. The BBC is reporting that many UK nationals living in the EU have been told to close their British bank accounts by the end of the year. The call seems to have come from Lloyds, while Barclays has informed many Barclaycard holders that […]
I was recently interviewed by Paperjam magazine here in Luxembourg. The interview is about our work on using mixed or augmented reality for training in CBRN incidents. The article is in French.
I recently appeared on the PWC Luxembourg Tech Talk Podcast series to talk about the current state and future of augmented and virtual reality. Many other colleagues from LIST have also appeared in this series, so please check out the pod casts. My thanks to the two friendly and fun interviewers. You can find the […]
My blog was seriously hacked earlier this year, it is now slowly being put online again. I am bringing back relevant older articles and also writing some new ones.
The Open Democracy website reports that the Electoral Commission is investigating Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party’s (DUP) ability to spend what appears to be in the region of £250k on pro-Brexit campaigns; given that in 2015 the party reported a total income of little more than £500k it is a surprisingly large amount. It is worth noting […]
In the few short months since Brexit, which we were told would be a gift to Vladimir Putin it is now becoming clear that the British Conservative Party has strong links with the Kremlin. Which may also help explain why Russian aircraft are given free tours when they enter UK airspace, er sorry are escorted […]
To prevent the estimated loss of up to 45% of foreign direct investment (Source: London School of Economics) which goes to the financial services sector in the UK, the UK Government is to roll back legislation for money launderers, drug dealers, Middle Eastern Dictators and Russian Billionaires. Theresa May’s recent pledge on a low tax […]