Ipsos MORI Issues Index October 2018: Worry about Brexit and the EU continues to top Britons' concerns
Brexit continues to dominate the concerns of the British public. For the second month in a row close to six in ten have mentioned the European Union and Brexit as one of the biggest issues facing the country.
Has the Digital Banking revolution finally started? The FinTech landscape in 2018
Spurred on by Open Banking, advocates of FinTech are forecasting a revolution in the financial services sector. But with the change seemingly slow to happen, Tom Erasmus asks will the latest innovations finally overcome consumer inertia?
The Hacker: Why Protecting your Data is More Important than Ever Before
These days almost all companies recognise that they must take appropriate security measures to prevent hacks or data leaks. With advancements in technology happening at a record speed, and with data being recorded and stored in greater volumes than ever before, it is critical that companies protect their data.
World divided on socialism, 200 years after birth of Karl Marx
Half of the people around the world think that at present, socialist ideals are of great value for societal progress. Despite this, half of the people also agree that socialism is a system of political oppression, mass surveillance and state terror. Globally, eight in ten people think that the rich should be taxed more to support the poor. Around the world nine in ten people believe that education should be free of charge and that free healthcare is a human right.