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City Exchange’s Forum Sees Gina Miller Receive Standing Ovation

City Exchange’s Forum Sees Gina Miller Receive Standing Ovation

City hypes and types gathered at Haberdashers’ Hall in London’s Smithfield area this October at the annual MondoVisione exchange forum, hearing from experts on topics ranging from cybersecurity, the impact of Brexit, moves in green finance as well as digital transformation and innovation - all offering insight to the world of tomorrow.

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Brexitcast: Parliament Has a Duty To Represent The People, What Are The Government Doing?

Brexitcast: Parliament Has a Duty To Represent The People, What Are The Government Doing?

Political knockabouts, judicial control, mellifluous voices, constitutional coup - call it what you will over proroging Parliament. But these Brexit machinations aren’t going away anytime soon. That is, unless the whole thing is cancelled once and for all. Frankly, one wonders how the UK ever got to this point after three years since a Referendum on continued European Union (EU) membership.

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Financial Adviser Hailed ‘A Hero’ By Cabinet Minister

Financial Adviser Hailed ‘A Hero’ By Cabinet Minister

The founder of an IFA practice in North London has been applauded by Secretary of State Theresa Villiers for the campaigning efforts of a “three-times” qualified Chartered Financial Planner in supporting multiculturalism, whose father was a Monte Cassino veteran in Italy during World War II. These comments by the current Chipping Barnet MP came at the opening of the new office location of Barnet-based Slipaczek Chartered Financial Planners (www.slipaczek.com) late this October, a family practice which was founded by Filip Slipaczek and run with his two sons, Alex and Max.

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Brexit ‘Far More Challenging’ Than Y2K, Top 50 Disruptive Techie Says

Brexit ‘Far More Challenging’ Than Y2K, Top 50 Disruptive Techie Says

Brexit, schmexit. Don’t you just love it. Well no actually, most people in Britain are pretty fed up with having had to endure three years of failed negotiations and politicians of all hues on both sides of the Houses of Parliament and the Lords constantly disagreeing with one another almost ad infinitum.

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