We are at debt risk because Germany hasn’t learnt its lesson

Contrary to the popular myth, Hitler was voted into power in Germany because of deflation, not inflation. Hitler was elected in 1932, following three years of deflation – the consequence of restrictive polices after the great crash in 1929. In contrast, inflation – often quoted as being responsible for Hitler’s victory – peaked in Germany in [...]

By |2015-01-15T16:12:55+00:00January 15th, 2015|CJEU, Common Law, EU, International|Comments Off on We are at debt risk because Germany hasn’t learnt its lesson

Greek crisis could happen by accident

 Since the eurozone’s inception, its survival has rested on a paradox. On the one hand, the stability of the single currency hinges on the market’s faith in its irreversibility. It was to restore this faith that European Central Bank President Mario Draghi promised in 2012 to do “whatever it takes” to keep the bloc together. On the [...]

By |2015-01-12T16:05:36+00:00January 12th, 2015|EU, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Greek crisis could happen by accident

Divergence on Surrogacy at CJEU

On Thursday 26 September, the Court of Justice of the European Union "CJEU" released legal opinions on two recent cases regarding leave entitlements for women who had children via a surrogate mother. Both women argued that they had equal rights to women who actually gave birth. The rulings are the first time the Court has [...]

By |2013-10-02T16:17:00+01:00October 2nd, 2013|CJEU, EU, News|Comments Off on Divergence on Surrogacy at CJEU
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