Category: Cohesive Capitalism

Back in 1982, I stood for Manchester City Council for the new shiny SDP. We hoped for and expected big changes. Many of the Labour…

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I’ll tell you the answer straight away – they are all a result of too much money pushing up the prices. They are all a…

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I was recently relating to a friend that, on my last skiing holiday in Switzerland, I was charged two Swiss francs for a glass of…

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“This is a book for this perilous moment; whether facing up to Brexit, populism or protectionism. Politicians, who have too often taken the inevitability of…

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FinTech is an evolving technological phenomenon with disruptive potential in primarily consumer financial services at both ends of the office – front and back. FinTech’s…

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Prices of goods are ultimately determined by people’s willingness to pay not simply by their manufacturing cost.

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The story so far goes back to the parallels between the campaign for free trade and the campaign against slavery, which realised – especially after…

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I never went inter-railing, as so many of my friends did in the 1970s, but I have now to mark the imminent arrival of my…

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Mark Zuckerberg prepared himself well for the congressional hearings into Facebook. On the first day he held his ground; providing slick answers that had clearly…

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What’s the problem with the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica furore? It could be argued that we all know that Facebook uses and markets our personal data as…

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