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Nick Silver has been carrying the lessons learnt through positive psychology through to economic theory. In his blog Positive Psychology and the End of Economics, he…

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In the global chess game between the United States and China, the latter has just seized an important square. On 27 March 2021, Iran’s foreign…

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Whilst it is not the entire story, the Liberal Party declined between 1914 and 1945, partly because those elements of liberalism that stress the primacy…

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Maybe I am becoming cynical at my advanced age, but my fear is that modern political communisations has more to do with hand-wringing in public…

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Elderly gentleman seeks high-class owner for stunning West Country property, great outlook. Buyer needs to comply with some conditions – including planning restrictions. Further details…

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In 1957 the then Prime Minister Harold McMillan famously said “most of our people have never had it so good”, yet now over 60 years…

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On the border between Mexico and the United States, human traffickers have adapted, with their characteristic cynicism, to the new administrative situation prevailing in Washington….

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The rollout of vaccines is going well. At least, that’s what you’d say if you’re from the UK, USA or Israel. Anywhere else, and you’ve…

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The last time I indicated some of what I am suggesting in this post, it earned me two emails rapping me on the knuckles for…

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On 23 March, Boris Johnson told the 1922 committee that we have success with the vaccine because of “capitalism” and “greed”. Then he added: “forget…

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