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A commentary by Georg Schuermann

Can an unconditional basic income be the answer to changes to global employment? It depends on how it’s implemented. A commentary by Georg Schuermann, managing director of the Triodos Bank in Germany.


Financial Fraud Costing UK £2 Million a Day

UK banks and Financial Fraud Action UK launch dedicated day of action

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In 2016, the UK lost £2 million each day as a result of financial fraud, according to official figures released by Financial Fraud Action UK (FFA UK). The figures show the overall scale of financial fraud was £768.8 million, an increase on the £755 million lost in 2015.