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Part A London Canary Wharf is a premier financial institution in London. It is one of the biggest European central business districts that consist of a private estate having wide commercial, residential, and entertainment developments in the Area of Tower Hamlets situated on the Isle of Dogs, London. It is...

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Cornwell’s novel The Last Kingdom is an historical take on the story of Alfred and Anglo-Saxon England. The book is one of many stories about this area, this character, and this period, and it remains one of the leading authorities, though it is written in novel form. Cornwell does an...

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Elizabethan Theatre refers to the type of plays that were popularized in England under Queen Elizabeth's reign from 1562 to 1603. Elizabethan Theatre emerged from an academic emphasis on rhetoric and reenactments of Greek and Latin performances in English schools. These schools would occasionally give performances for the Queen, and...

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The United Kingdom (U.K.) was one of the many countries that were “hit hard by the global financial crisis of 2007-2008, resulting in bank runs, several nationalizations, and government bailouts” (Alfaro, Iyer, & White, 1). Through a carefully thought out plan, David Cameron, the prime minister of the U.K., implemented...

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INTRODUCTION Housing policy in recent years has become a contentious subject, which has given rise to the bedroom tax and increased age for single youth’s local housing allowance (LHA) cap (i.e. the single room rate) (Jones, 2012). Now, single persons under 35 years of age will not be eligible for...

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Where is the key to unlocking the door and understanding the success of the characters Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson? Spoiler alert: it is all about the characters. A particular character trait shared in both "A Study in Scarlet" and "A Scandal in Bohemia” is that the personality of the...

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Founded in 1995 by British-Cypriot entrepreneur Stelios Haji-Ioannou, EasyJet is a British low-cost airline company whose competitive prices, excellent customer service and vast network have contributed greatly to its success among business travelers (Amadeus, 2016; Calder, 2017). As of today, EasyJet has 132 destination in 31 countries, including Israel and...

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As provided in the video and within the text 'The Adventure of the Speckled Band', Sherlock Holmes's power of reasoning and logic is critically analyzed. I believe that Sherlock Holmes uses an abductive power of reasoning in order to solve horrific and highly complex and elaborate crimes. It is a...

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The UK wages have been rising this year and the residents themselves do not know what to make of this situation. Bonuses aside, the wages have grown by 2.9% as shown by the figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS). The figure is well above the inflation rate. In...

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Efforts have been made to integrate different nations over the last century. Through globalization, the world has become a global village. Although the different political events that have recently occurred, including Brexit vote and the outcome of the 2016 US election, have made many to argue that globalization will retreat...

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Stakeholders in the Brexit Negotiations between the UK and the EU Brexit’s nature will be decided ultimately by the government of the United Kingdom and the remaining 27 nations of the European Union (BBC 2018, p. 1). However, crucial figures are negotiating the deal’s details. Theresa May from the U.K...

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Companies leaving the European Union as a result of Brexit will have a significant impact on Britain’s economy. First, the pound will become weaker since some of the investors will shift to other regions (Giles, 2018). A country’s currency increases with the increase in the number of foreign investors in...

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The term “Brexit” is common among residents of the United Kingdom (UK) and the world since its emergence in 2016. In 2016, the UK voted on whether to remain part of the European Union (EU) or exit the union. As a result, the term “Brexit” became an abbreviation derived from...

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A UK government policy report on shale, made in October 2012, notes that the government believes this form of energy extraction has the possibility of furnishing Scotland and the rest of the UK with stronger energy security, financial growth and employment; and that they are ascertaining its potential by supporting...

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As a boy, Winston Churchill grew up enthralled by paintings and objects at Blenheim Palace depicting the exploits of his great 18th-century ancestor, John Churchill, first Duke of Marlborough. Marlborough had risen to greatness on the battlefields of Europe during the War of the Spanish Succession, leading England to victory...

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The British Imperialism also better known as the scramble for Africa was the manner in which the other European nations carried out invasion, occupied the African continent and later colonized the distinct nations. The European powers decided to take control of the African nation during the era of new imperialism...

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Dear Selection Panel, My name is XXX XXX. With this letter, I would like to state the motivation for pursuing my degree in Psychology in Scotland as well as to explain why I am a deserving student for receiving a scholarship. First and foremost, I have always been fascinated with...

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Men are usually believed to be involved in criminal activities more frequently compared to women, and it is proved by statistics and different scholarly and non-scholarly papers. It is also a generally recognized fact that unemployment is among common causes of crime intentions. Carmichael and Ward are among researchers who...

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The text gives deep and analytical insight into the bittersweet relationship existing between the United States and Great Britain. While the general feeling is that the Anglo-American relationship is largely one sided, the author holds the strong view that it does make sense. This argument, which dominates the entire text,...

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The British sound entails the musical movements that emerged from Britain within the past five decades, which my PowerPoint presentation outlines. During the 1960s, he Beatles were the first major musical group to emerge from Britain, and their music continues to influence other musical artists today. Soon after The Beatles’...

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The 2008 financial crisis in Europe effects have spiralled through the region to affect even the economy of Britain ability to provide for the basic of human wants that is housing. Imbalance in supply and demand of housing from increased demand and low supply stems from the inadequacy of supply...

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In my project on the globalization of the English language, I would like to focus on, firstly, how English has become a form of lingua franca, that is a new globalized language, and secondly, how this has become a form of what in political science is called “soft power”, in...

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Mark Knights's “Possessing the Visual: The Materiality of Visual Print Culture in Later Stuart Britain” documents an investigates what appears to be a turning-point in the production of visual images in print medium during the late 17th and early 18th centuries, with an emphasis on the political impetus behind the...

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Overview British Airways (BA) is one of the most well-known and well-respected airline carriers in the world, flying to over 200 destinations globally (Nicolini & Salini, 2006). As a major player on the global scale, BA also recognizes the need to ensure that the cultural needs of all its customers...

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The Indian Mutiny of 1857-1858 that broke out on 10 May 1857 is subject to different interpretations concerning its causes. The initial outbreak began at Meerut, sparked by native Muslim soldiers refusing to engage in fire practice, which led to what Indian soldiers, known as Sepoys, considered to be their...

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