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Vietnam

<b>Delve into the claustrophobic Viet Cong tunnels at Cu Chi near Ho Chi Minh City</b><p>From: <b>£1895.00</b><p>An excellent value private tour covering all the …

Ultimate Guide to South-East Asia - Incredible ideas and itineraries to see the best of the region

South-East Asia packs in fuming mountains, iconic temples, electric cities and beautiful beaches. From Bali to Bangkok, here's how to get the most …

10 Places to Visit in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Formerly known as Saigon and Prey Nokor (at different times), Ho Chi Minh City was re-named after the country’s revolutionary leader (and the first …

Essential Vietnam: Food and Sightseeing Guide to Saigon and Hanoi

Compelling and astonishingly beautiful, few places in the world offer the spectacular (and often overwhelming) splendor that Vietnam does, and this magic is especially apparent in its largest cities. In Saigon (or Ho Chi Minh City), you’re met with staggering French architecture dating back to the …

Vietnam

Here's what Brexit actually means for the UK

Let's deal with timing first. While David Cameron did not hang around to deal with the fallout from his referendum, he did shape the timing of what was to come. He insisted that nothing could be done until a new government was in place, thereby contradicting his own assertion prior to the …

The Brits who might force Britain out of the EU won’t have to live with the consequences

Age is one of the biggest predictors of whether or not a British person will vote to leave the European Union. Polling shows that older people are more likely to vote “leave” when the UK votes in a referendum this month.<p>And one age specifically has turned out to be the tipping point, according to …

MACQUARIE: China's debt is fine

Whether it be a noticeable deterioration in Chinese economic data or a scenario that we're currently witnessing where there's been a rapid expansion in credit growth that's fueled a surge in construction activity and house prices, harking back to the "Old China" growth model, nothing seems to …

Reality Check: A £36bn black hole?

<b>£36 billion is a pretty big hole to blow in the public finances, but the Treasury has picked it out as its mid-range figure for what might happen to tax receipts if the UK left the European Union.</b><p>It's fair to say that this figure relies on relevant, rigorous and detailed economic modelling on what …

EU referendum: Tax hike needed to cover £36bn Brexit black hole, says George Osborne

• Treasury: Households £4.3k worse off after Brexit<br>• Can you solve the Treasury's maths problem?<br>• Forecast claims economy will be 6% smaller by 2030<br>• Osborne: Brexit 'extraordinary self-inflicted wound'<br>• Eurosceptics dismiss ‘completely worthless’ claim<br>• Chancellor says opponents ' economically</b> …

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Reality Check: Would Brexit mean extra £350m a week for NHS?

<b>On Friday's Today Programme, on BBC Radio 4, Gisela Stuart, co-chair of Vote Leave, said: "Every week we send £350m to Brussels.</b><p>"I'd rather that we control how to spend that money, and if I had that control I would spend it on the NHS."<p>We've said it before and we'll say it again - the UK does not …

Brexit: the British view from the Irish west coast

Brexit: ‘It’s a political trade-off for David Cameron’<p>Sat, Apr 16, 2016, 01:00<p>Pete Ball (50), an Englishman living in Connemara, gets quite incensed …

UBS: In or out, there's no good news from Britain's 'Neverendum'

A spokesperson for UBS's wealth management division said that a vote to leave would spell economic doom in the short term (emphasis ours):<p>At a time when the pace of economic growth is already showing signs of easing, <b>it is very possible that a loss of business and consumer confidence, lower</b> …