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Egypt’s Currency Crisis

Six years on from the beginning of the Arab Spring, Egypt’s economy is in the doldrums and a dramatic devaluation of the currency has seen prices of basics like food and fuel shoot up. How are Egyptians coping, and what does the hardship mean for…

Egypt’s Currency Crisis

Six years on from the beginning of the Arab Spring, Egypt’s economy is in the doldrums and a dramatic devaluation of the currency has seen prices of basics like food and fuel shoot up. How are Egyptians coping, and what does the hardship mean for…

Why January makes us want to scream

There are two things that you can be sure of in January and both of them make the More Or Less team want to scream. Firstly, Oxfam put out their ‘x number of billionaires hold the same wealth as the poorest half of the world’…

Wayne Rooney

Bill Rice asks do you think Wayne Rooney will be at Old Trafford next season. Former United under-18s coach Paul McGuinness gives his views and previews this weekend’s FA Cup tie.

25/01/2017

Rex leaves no stone unturned, and could Jazzer have met his match?

25/01/2017 GMT

(Photo: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan giving a speech in Ankara in January, Credit: Getty Images)

24/01/2017

Tom gets the go-ahead, and Roy does a good deed.

A Protectionist America?

President Trump has ditched America’s trade deal with the Asia-Pacific region, but can the clock be turned back on globalisation? We speak to the New York Times columnist and multiple Pulitzer Prize winner Thomas Friedman who argues that the politics and economics of the traditional…