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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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How will we remember these years – so alive with new thinking and new ideas, yet so few of them filtering through to those who…

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In our Spring Open Markets Outlook David Boyle asks What do Mary Poppins, Luke Skywalker, Peter Pan and Spiderman have in common? Why does Tim…

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Just over two months into the new year, 2021 has already seen a flurry of public banking activity in the USA. Sixteen new bills to form publicly-owned…

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Dear Chancellor,  We are writing in advance of the Budget to ask you to consider announcing a root and branch review into the way residential…

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I have recently been studying positive psychology, a branch of psychology founded by Martin Seligman and Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi in 1998.[1] I had previously been prejudiced against a…

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In last week’s budget, the Chancellor invoked orthodox financial thinking to argue that the national debt has to be reduced. Hence his logic for the…

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Speaking by videoconference on 19 February at the Munich Conference, devoted each year to security issues, Joe Biden wished to send “a clear message to…

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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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The pandemic has given us all time to consider how we do things, and I am not sure that we will see a return to…

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