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As results were coming in from the Georgia run-off, I found myself thinking about polarisation in politics. The shape of Joe Biden’s presidency hung on…

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In this month’s Open Markets newsletter: Did Amazon really buy all book supplies for Christmas? EU focuses on data sharing by Big Tech US Department…

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About a quarter of a century ago, I heard a fabulous story about computerised push-polling in the USA – not something we have ever been…

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Fascism (n) a governmental system led by a dictator having complete power, forcibly suppressing opposition and criticism, regimenting all industry, commerce, etc., and emphasising an…

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When, on Wednesday, Joe Biden took the reins of the US Executive, his first emergency will be the fight against the consequences of the Covid-19…

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This article appeared in Responsible Investor In his recent Reith Lecture, Mark Carney, the former Governor of the Bank of England, gave a passionate call…

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This article appeared in Times of Malta Like many, I have watched wide-eyed as Bitcoin values have soared – another of the peculiar outcomes of…

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Ding, dong, the Trump is gone, and – fingers crossed – without any final horror for us to remember him by. I am nervous about…

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In 2007, I left the United Kingdom to live and work in China. The country, which I had left booming whilst Tony Blair was entering…

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The UK is set to face steep challenges on the road to post-covid economic recovery. Concerns remain around the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic and…

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