Category: Legislation

Should we License Credit Cards in the UK

In the UK, the general rule of thumb is that if it can hurt you, it’s regulated. For example, there are lights on every street corner, and walks that you’re supposed to use when crossing the street. Cars are required to be operated according to posted speed limits, and are restricted from driving in some areas altogether. In fact, to even operate one, you need a driving permit, and that takes time and classroom work to earn. Doctors are regulated, the food we eat is held to high standards of safety, and our children are taught by teachers with degrees in education. Why then aren’t credit cards regulated? Almost any… read more >>