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October 6, 2016

The USA’s Presidential Race to the Bottom?

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Written by Sara Sindija Monday, September 26th was the first US Presidential debate of the 2016 election season.  Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump took the stage, dueling over important topics ranging from race issues in America to terrorism and the threat of ISIS.  However, it was the issue of taxes that fired up the candidates. When Trump was accused of not paying federal taxes, he quipped, “that makes me smart”….

What is Going on at Deutsche?

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Written by Zikai Chua Share prices for German financial giant Deutsche Bank hit a 52-year low on Tuesday as the bank struggles with the implications of a $14bn United States Department of Justice (DoJ) fine. Unconvinced investors started a steep sell-off over fears their shares would be further diluted, despite assurances from CEO John Cryan that the institution would not turn to the markets in an effort to raise equity….

Disabled Student Officer blocked by LSE

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By Muhummed Cassidy LSESU Disabled Students’ Officer Last Thursday saw the first Union General Meeting (UGM) of the year, chaired by Mahatir Pasha, from the democracy committee. The Union General Meeting (UGM) is a weekly meeting where students can find out what their elected student union representatives have been up to and debate policy that shapes the LSESU’s campaigns. In attendance was all the part time officers, including myself the…