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The murder of David Amess has shocked the nation. As did the murder of Jo Cox five years ago. Or have they? Have things gone…

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This article appeared in El Pais (in Spanish) The struggle continues between the EU and the UK government over the implementation of the protocol. It…

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The French are fuming. The Aukus deal between Australia, the USA and the UK to provide Australia with nuclear-powered submarines resulted in the cancellation of…

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We all want good public services but none of us believe that any of the burdens for paying for them should fall on us. That…

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This article appeared in Times of Malta and Medium At the G10 Meeting in Rome 1971, US Treasury Secretary John Connolly proclaimed to his (mainly…

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I always get into trouble with economists when I claim that there is no such thing as an apolitical economics.  That economics is a branch of…

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Environmental politics has come a long way in the last couple of decades. From being a marginal political issue associated with sandal-wearing tree-huggers who lived…

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At a dinner focused on the future of education a couple of years ago, a businessman put forward a request as to what he would…

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Have we collectively lost our ability to inspire and be inspired? This thought came to me reading the news coverage of two billionaires, Richard Branson…

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Is the momentum towards a second referendum and eventual Scottish independence stoppable? Should it even be resisted? In a recent webinar on the UK’s future post-Brexit,…

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