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They say that a week is a long time in politics, but a week seems an eternity in a Covid-19 world. Not only do the…

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In a post-covid world, high-quality education and training will be more important than ever. During this economic crisis, we will see many sectors shrink or…

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It is a strange divide in society. Some people furrowed their brows when I told them I was publishing a book called Tickbox, and really…

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For our 6th event in our series of In Conversation events over Zoom we will be joined by Abena Oppong-Asare, the Member of Parliament for…

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In Brussels, on 21 July, after long and hard negotiations, the leaders of the European Union (EU) member states adopted an economic recovery plan unprecedented…

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Rarely is a book’s publication as well-timed as John Kay and Mervyn King’s “Radical Uncertainty: Decision-Making Beyond the Numbers.” We’re in the grip of a…

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A number of things have become perfectly clear from a week’s renewed debate about future of Scotland. First, that Scotland is heading for independence, if…

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To liberal, internationally minded readers of this blog the numbers will be sadly familiar. In a national vote, a populist, nationalist, socially conservative platform whose…

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Xi Jinping, president for life of the People’s Republic of China, is a strategist. He acts with a long time horizon. His supreme goal is…

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In this issue: What happens if the US engineers a near monopoly on the supply of COVID-19 medicines and vaccines Why are governments encouraging the…

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What exactly was it that melted Germany’s ‘Iron Chancellor’ into ferrous gloop this week? Political scientists probing the wet, shapeless mass puddling around their feet…

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This post first appeared on the Sensible Centre newsletter in Australia… What a farce was the Banking Royal Commission! Collusion between Liberal and Labor in…

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