Articles by: Janine Griffiths

Questions raised over Boston bombing

The Boston Marathon Bombing sent shockwaves throughout the USA and indeed the rest of the world. For as crowds gathered to watch the marathon, two bombs were set off, killing three people and injuring 282 others. The bombs exploded about thirteen seconds and 630 feet apart near the finish line on Boylston Street. What followed was an outpouring of grief[Read More...]

Nik Halik

Exclusive: Bloodlines, food wars and a new-world currency. Astronaut and financial entrepreneur predicts future economic trends and the birth of…space-babies

It’s not everyday that you get to speak to a self-funded astronaut who is friends with the likes of Bill Clinton, Steve Forbes and Oprah Winfrey, to name but a few. Nik Halik is an Australian, multi-millionaire businessman who founded organisations such as the Financial Freedom Institute, Lifestyle Revolution, LLC, Money Masters Global and The Thrillionaires. He is also the[Read More...]

MPs vote to ‘sell’ employment rights

MPs vote to ‘sell’ employment rights

The much maligned Shares for Rights scheme is back with a vengeance after being snuck back in by the coalition government, it has been revealed. The scheme effectively allows employers to “sell” shares to employees, in exchange for important workplace rights, including redundancy payments, unfair dismissal, flexible working, time off for training and maternity leave, among others. Employees would be[Read More...]

‘British workers face annual pay cut’

‘British workers face annual pay cut’

The government has raided the bank accounts of every single citizen in the UK by dramatically and deliberately reducing their spending power over the last few years, according to one economic analyst. Simon Rose, financial journalist, and spokesman for Save Our Savers has revealed how the gradual increase in inflation has slowly eroded our savings. Although many people have become[Read More...]

Police use big data to predict crime – before it happens

Police use big data to predict crime – before it happens

The idea of people being routinely arrested for a crime they have not yet committed may seem a little far-fetched to some. Afterall, if you have not done anything wrong, you have nothing to fear right? But imagine a scenario where several armed police officers kick down your door at 3am in the morning. You are then arrested on suspicion[Read More...]