Author Archives: natashabrowne

About natashabrowne

Natasha is a freelance financial journalist and is a student of economics.

Lack of demand for decent journalism is allowing fluff to flourish

This begs the question of whether democracy remains the most appropriate way to run a country. Continue reading

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Why Brexit will be good for Ireland’s economy

A glance at official figures on Ireland’s international trade Continue reading

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To move on

Tiny fingers wrapped around a giant thumb Continue reading

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When liberalism becomes a modern affront to prosperity

Society has been taught the price of anything, compromising the value of everything. Continue reading

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Brexit deal must be ‘inferior’ to membership to protect EU borders

Brexit may simply lead to a debate on the validity of the UK since this is just another union Continue reading

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When life tends to zero

Life deals us all a finite horizon With a probability of exit tending to one as life tends to a hundred   But when the probability is refined By sickness or emergency There is an ominous approach of death   … Continue reading

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Trump win proves people best swayed by vitriolic bullshit

To avoid following in the footsteps of our American cousins, Europeans need to harmonise more firmly and more faithfully. Continue reading

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