The UK general election is testing personal and political bonds

(This article was published by Financial Times)

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In this article published by the Financial Times, Miranda Green quotes our recent paper “Avoiding the Psychopaths” previously covered also by The Telegraph.

Miranda says:

This election has started off with a peculiar combination of match-fixing (or cordial recognition of joint objectives) and furious aggression. Some fear the next crop of MPs may be even more tribal and disputatious. The think-tank Radix has produced a paper entitled “Avoiding the psychopaths”. It suggests ensuring that would-be MPs are able to work across party lines by publishing a job spec — how modern — that calls for individuals who are “committed to public service, able to build alliances, juggle multiple tasks and have thick skins”.

Read the full article here (£)

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