[Reportage] Weltwirtschaftsforum zu Davos: Interview mam Xavier Bettel

Dëse Reportage gouf fir RTL Radio Lëtzebuerg produzéiert, an ass de 23. Januar iwwerdroe ginn. De ganze Beitrag fënnt een och hei. Dës Woch fënnt zu Davos an der Schwäiz de Weltwirtschaftsforum statt. De Premierminister Xavier Bettel ass zu Gaascht. De Xavier Bettel ass secher net déi bekannste Perséinlechkeet um Weltwirtschaftsforum zu Davos, wou sech […]

Gene-editing is the future

Virus-resistant tomato, disease-resistant rice, stem-cell treatment for paralysis, for heart disease, for spinal-chord injury and even for cornea repair — these are just some of the many innovations made possible through gene editing.

Get used to Boris

Since Theresa May’s very awkward impromptu dance at a Tory party conference last year, you could say that British Conservatives should probably refrain from pop-inspired musical numbers. That said, Queen’s “Don’t Stop Me Now” applies quite well to Boris Johnson’s general election campaign. With a 12-point lead in the polls, Johnson could be looking at an 80-seat […]

In the Brexit blame game, the facts speak for Boris

They bleat about a hard Irish border, but they’re the ones who could be risking the return of paramilitary violence. This week will be crucial for the Brexit process. On Thursday and Friday, the European Council (which gathers the 28 heads of state/government of the European Union member states) will meet in Brussels. The hottest […]

City AM debate: is fast fashion ethical?

London Fashion Week is drawing to a close, but does fast fashion stand up to ethical scrutiny? Bill Wirtz, senior policy analyst at the Consumer Choice Center, says YES. Every few weeks, there is a new environmentalist quest to ban something that consumers like. While activists in the UK are protesting “fast fashion”, their German […]