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NOTE: Limited seating availability. Click RSVP button for tickets Since the 2008 financial crash, monetary policy has played an outsized role in political economies around…

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Vladimir Putin has just accepted Emmanuel Macron’s invitation to attend a summit on Ukraine in Paris in “Normandy format”. Invented by President Holland on June…

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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:…

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A well-functioning financial services sector is a key part of an economy that produces goods and services that citizens need and want. Without capital to…

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There has been a shift in the world today in the way that people engage with each other, from the endorsement of co-operation and tolerance,…

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Becoming an MP should be treated like any other job with candidates required to write 300-word applications to be presented to their “employers” – the…

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Anyone who was involved in Liberal Democrat politics in the early 1990s, as I was as editor of Lib Dem News, will remember what was…

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The latest decision from the European Central Bank to reactivate quantitative easing to revitalise the comatose Eurozone economy has been met with scepticism — this…

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Jon Ronson, in his book The Psychopath Test, suggests that a significant number of our leaders – in business, industry and politics – are psychopathic….

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Every Parliamentary candidate should have to complete a formal application to match a job description and personal specification, according to radical centre think-tank, Radix. See…

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