Category: Cohesive Capitalism

It is a strange thing, vouchsafed to few of us, to find ourselves vindicated by the National Audit Office of all people. Yet I have…

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In our review of corporate governance last year, we took the view that the UK should move from its primary focus on ‘creating shareholder value’ to a…

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A few weeks ago I received a mass email from Lufthansa. They were about to change the miles awards for their frequent flyer programme. They…

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Cast your mind back, if you can, about 160 years to the end of 1858 – when the European crisis was emerging  that would have…

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The sounds of hoofs is growing, the noise of the emerging antitrust movement is not exactly deafening, but it is at least audible. I cite…

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I have just spent a couple of days in Paris. It was raining much of the time. But Paris is still Paris. In my meetings here, the contrast with…

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Yet another miserable journey home with Southern Rail (power supply problems again, or so they say), I found myself thinking about Britain’s brand new aircraft…

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Europe is, once again, being left behind. The latest frontier in technology development is Artificial Intelligence. Two current trends should worry Europeans. The first is…

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Some years ago, I was in the room when a consulting firm was pitching a mega-project to the president of research and development at a…

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The story so far. Govia Thameslink won the franchise to run the Southern rail franchise and took over in early 2015. Thanks to their failure…

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What problems might arise from tethering the value of money to an essential sustainable service of nature in each host bioregion of the planet? This…

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The author Radical Middle, the campaigner Mark Satin, used the metaphor of roads and myopia to explain what he meant by the title. For Satin, it…

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