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Throughout the pandemic we have seen numerous examples of neighbourliness and mutual support in communities, and a new-found openness and can-do spirit in public services….

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Elections are generally lost not won.  Throughout the trauma of Theresa May’s premiership and the paralysis of Johnson’s Government prior to the 2019 election, however…

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Failure is meant to an orphan, but the debacle in Afghanistan is prompting an unedifying string of paternity suits.  That the Afghanistan mission did fail…

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Twenty-seven years ago next month, I was drinking tea in the mahogany dining room of an Admiral in the small Dorset village of Ferndown with…

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How do we make it easier for communities to access town centre property and space? We’re excited to announce that Radix is one of the…

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I was recently forwarded some self-described “interesting World Health Organisation statistics about India”.  This was on a day when around 3,500 Indians had lost their…

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We asked our fellows what they made of today’s budget.  Here are a handful of their responses (please note these are their personal views): This budget…

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In 2019/20, 11,682 medical negligence claims were reported in the UK almost a 10 per cent increase on the previous year with a total value…

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It’s not been the easiest of years for any of us, but (slightly to my surprise) Radix has gone from strength to strength.  While our…

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On 28th October 2020 Radix hosted a discussion aimed at understanding how scientists and politicians could communicate with each other better and what lessons could…

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