Category: System Renewal

Isn’t it about time we did something to sort out the education system – a system that is failing so many youngsters and failing our…

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By chance, last week, I watched a recording of Robin Cook’s resignation speech in the House of Commons. It was during the Iraq debate in…

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It was 1975 when consultants at Arthur D Little promised that, within a few short years, technology would deliver the paperless office. We all know…

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For many, Trump can do no right. The latest cause for concern is the aggressive rhetoric with North Korea that many feel is pushing far…

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You can see how this kind of manufactured argument happens, especially in the period they used to call the silly season. The Children’s Commissioner takes…

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Ten years ago, the financial system began its collapse before governments intervened to save it. Much of the subsequent legislation, regulation and angst has been…

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I was called quite late a few nights ago by a reporter in Toronto to ask me why it was that I thought the Canadian…

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Exit from the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) may be one of the few things that offer Britain a real opportunity for a better future following…

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Well, you have to, don’t you. There they are, inheritors of an economic tradition which suggests that they can only use interest rates to tweak…

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I have spent the last few days in the picturesque valley that wends its way between Abergavenny and Hay-on-Wye, which has to be one of…

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Whenever I speak to people about Radix I often get asked the same question: how will you achieve change? Our approach is simple: come up…

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So the government have decided to ban new diesel and petrol cars and vans from 2040. In the immortal words of John McEnroe: “You cannot…

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