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Some have argued that the political centre ground is moribund – overwhelmed by populist and extremist parties that have swept all before them. This session…

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This article was stimulated by an event we ran to discuss the finance and the UK economy. Here is a flavour: “We all have a…

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This month, I have published two contributions to what I hope will be a new debate about the insane and unhumane system that is attempting…

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After the East Berlin uprising of 1953, Bertolt Brecht, wrote a satirical poem titled ‘The Solution’:  “After the uprising of June 17thThe Secretary of the…

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By Renaud Girard To everyone’s surprise, in his State of the Nation address of 15 January 2020, the President of Russia announced significant constitutional changes soon…

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Imagine a game of political chess, not with two players as in a traditional two-party system, but with six. The game is being played out…

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The Radix sub-title is “a think tank of the radical centre”, which understandably sounds like a contradiction to many. They equate ‘radical’ with wholesale transformation…

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Why are there so many blank walls in public libraries these days? Is it because librarians have, despite decades of inculcation, conceived a dislike to…

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“Eye-watering”. This was the term the Business Secretary Andrea Leadsom used to describe the growing gap between senior executive and average worker compensation. The big…

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The EU’s primary task is to work with member states to secure the future contentment, prosperity and security of its citi­zens. How it best fulfils…

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