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Scots Crowdfunding Drive For Independence Pulled

After losing 21 of the 56 seats it had won in the 2015 general election, the Scottish National Party of the United Kingdom abruptly took down its independence vote crowdfunding website after raising almost half of its £1 million goal. … Continue reading

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Brexit Crowdfunding: Round 2

The woman who was able to get the United Kingdom’s Supreme Court to require Parliamentary approval of the Brexit referendum has started a new crowdfunding campaign in light of Prime Minister May’s call for June snap elections. Gina Miller is … Continue reading

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First Sharia-Compliant Crowdfunding Portal Approved

Yielders is apparently the first crowdfunding platform that has been approved by the United Kingdom’s Financial Conduct Authority that is in compliance with Sharia law. Some think it is partially as a result of Brexit and the desire of the … Continue reading

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Crowdfunding For Justice

The Washington Post reports that a new website, CrowdJustice, is letting people crowdfund to pursue lawsuits. Started in the United Kingdom, the web portal is a politically neutral site where people can solicit the public’s help in fighting injustice in … Continue reading

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Crowdfunder Wants To Educate MPs On Brexit

If you lead a horse to water, can you make it drink? A Brit has crowdfunded the cost of sending the book “Brexit: What the Hell Happens Now?” by Ian Dunt to all members of Parliament. Now that the United … Continue reading

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British Crowdfunding Firms Getting Cold Shoulder From Europe Due to Brexit

While the British High Court just ruled today that Parliament must vote on Brexit, United Kingdom crowdfunding firms are already feeling the Brexit effects as British representatives are being “shut out” of meetings of the committees of the European Parliament … Continue reading

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Decrease In UK Crowdfunding Due to Brexit

While professional investors still ponder the full fallout from Brexit, the Financial Times is reporting that one effect is the decrease in UK crowdfunding for the first time in 5 years. The newspaper is reporting that “the number of investments … Continue reading

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