KUHN: Japanese law still says that the emperor rules for life. Japan’s parliament gave Akihito a one off exemption, so the issue of whether future emperors can abdicate or not remains unsettled. Takeshi Hara, a political scientist at the Open University of Japan in Yokohama, argues that another big problem is that discussing the role of the emperor in public remains a taboo in Japan..
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There is a reason that most scientists are atheists. Science calls for an ability to face reality, regardless of how harsh it is. That is the only way that they can make the discoveries that they do. Air travel is so competitive by nature, airliners will do what they can to keep prices low,” Whitman told CNN.What will likely become more costly are mobile phone roaming tariffs, according to the travel association ABTA. EU rules has made roaming charges much cheaper over the years and the union plans to scrap roaming charges within the region by June 2017.The InvestorAs the votes trickled in in favor of a Brexit, the pound dropped sharply hitting its lowest level since 1985.Brexit: Europeans hope Britain will stay, but they not beggingIf the pound weakens by a large enough amount, the Bank of England, the UK’s central bank could intervene.Its options are to shore up the currency by buying more pounds with foreign currency or raise interest rates, which will hit Britons with mortgages and other loans.A result with a narrow margin could also throw markets into chaos.”If the margin is very narrow, it might not be immediately clear that the country has the mandate to leave or stay. That would open up discussions in parliament, which could be a long process, and that uncertainty would have a negative impact on the markets,” Whitman said.The longer term impacts on the markets are less clear.
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