Goal.com owner takes over Italy’s best football site

The owner of the private equity support of Goal.com, a football media website, has acquired Italy’s largest provider of digital football news as the group expands its reach to top leagues and teams. The transaction marks the first major expansion of Footballco, owned by Integrated Media Company, a subsidiary of …

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Italian man gets COVID pass barcode tattooed on arm

Bar owner uses the VerifyC19 mobile phone app to scan a Green Pass in central Rome on August 6, 2021, as Italy created the Green Pass, which is an extension of the EU’s Covid digital certificate , required from today to enter cinemas, museums and indoor sports halls, or eat …

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The rise of the new Sinn Féin

On February 10, 2018, after more than 34 years at the helm, Irish politician Gerry Adams resigned as leader of Sinn Féin, the largest pro-Irish party in the reunification of the Republic of Ireland and the region of Northern Ireland controlled by the United Kingdom. In its place Pink Mary …

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raising taxes is not a way to build a recovery

Government borrowing may have fallen in July, but it still has to come down much more. Yet the government wants permanent increases in spending on social care, health services, infrastructure, the military, an “upgrade” and much more. So should we increase taxes? No, they shouldn’t. High taxes discourage business, investment …

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Neo-fascist Meloni in talks at the head of the Italian government

Five months after former European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi formed a “government of national unity”, neo-fascist Giorgia Meloni is under serious consideration as head of Italy’s next government. Meloni’s Fratelli d’Italia (FdI) are the only national party to have remained outside the Draghi government, whose task is “to crush …

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