It’s impossible to know precisely how much money was lost globally in the credit crisis of 2008/9. Best estimates put it somewhere near 1.8 trillion dollars or £1,100,000,000,000.
In May 2010, at a Citizens UK election rally, David Cameron declared the Living Wage to be an idea “whose time had come.” Two months later, in a volte face that has since become a hallmark of his Government, the Coalition announced that it was to abolish a body that guaranteed a Living Wage of at least £7.66 per hour for 45,000 British workers.
The determination to secure a valuable and lasting ‘legacy’ was central to the success of these British Olympics.
FC Barcelona, The Green Bay Packers, Bayern Munich, Saskatchewan Rough Riders, Harpoel Jerusalem, Galatasaray AS, The Memphis Redbirds, and Helsingborgs FC: just a selection of the growing number of professional, fan-owned sports clubs from around the world.