Could an England win at the World Cup really lead to the break-up of the United Kingdom and a permanent Tory majority at Westminster?
It’s less than 100 days until the kick-off of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, so naturally it’s time for the media to start fretting about the organisers’ lack of preparedness. Do they have a point?
2014 is a big year for Brazil – the World Cup’s being held there from 12 June to 13 July. But how much else do you know about the country?
News of another ErgoGuides eBook! The Facts Lab Book of Brazil: 101 amazing facts about Brazil and the Brazilians by David McMahon.
Pic of the Week – 19 February 2007 by dougshow © 2005 It was Shrove Tuesday this week, when the Carnival/Mardi Gras festivities traditionally reach their…
This week: Coffee – how it’s produced and traded, and how fair trade is a growing part of the international coffee commodity market.