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Economy, Sports, Pop Music And Big Wars

assad war in syriaEconomy Sports Pop Music And Big WarsThe economy around the world is feeling the pinch, all the best sports events are soon to end and not much great pop music is being released these days and to top it all of there is talk of big wars, what is going on?

Find out what Adam Lovejoy in Milan thinks about the matter over on Stirring Trouble Internationally.

He gives some explanations why pop stars are feeling the pressure and in the world of sports why Yes the US Open ending soon is going to create a few months of latency in the world of sports.

Find out why Lance Armstrong must be over the moon and why the Rolling Stones still manage to break even when every other musician seems to fail.

And last but not least the reports and threats coming in about a  Third World War explained as yet as another financial write off. This is sure to go down a storm just like the big bang’ theory.

Brush up on your business knowledge of the Economy get an interesting perspective on sports available to watch in the UK. Also if you agree Pop Music has been taking a hit recently and are sick of news about Big Wars then get yourself over there now and join in the conversations by leaving your comments below.

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Are Mumford & Sons Big Enough For Glastonbury?

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Freddie Matthews writes from London

Despite their multi-million sales, Grammy and Brit awards and numerous concerts worldwide, this years Glastonbury Festival headlining band Mumford & Sons have claimed that they are ‘really scared’ to be top of the bill for 2013. The London Olympics 2012 put a stop to The Glastonbury Festival because there were not enough porta-loos to go around (fact) but it’s back for 2013, over the long weekend of the 26th to 30th of June. The Arctic Monkeys, The Rolling Stones and Mumford and Sons, Dizzie Rascal, Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds are all playing at the Glastonbury festival. mumford and sons Bruce Springsteen, Kings Of Leon are all going to be there so there is stiff competition for Mumford & Sons to keep up with at the Glastonbury festival. Forget The Rolling Stones, it’s Mumford & Sons who’ll be the talk of Glastonbury 2013 and for all the right reasons. 4A9657FAE8EB6DF79FD7CDB53AE1C4FEStirring Trouble Internationally ‘…Are Mumford & Sons Big Enough For Glastonbury?…’