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The Baltimore bridge that collapsed on March 26 was named for Francis Scott Key, who wrote the lyrics to the American national anthem “The Star-Spangled Banner”…

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Everyone talks about the global competition for talent. Whether it’s home grown, imported, or accessed remotely. In this competition, the UK has remained in the…

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Bear Stearns, a US financial services firm, reputedly had a sign in its lobby which said: “We make nothing but money.” The firm is no…

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There is a growing belief that localism will become increasingly important in the UK economy. Underlying this belief, most people think that today’s governance systems…

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A couple of days ago I received one of the regular emails from the Financial Times Moral Money team. This one was about anti-obesity drugs. An attempt…

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In 2017, Phil Murphy, a former Goldman Sachs executive, made the establishment of a public, state-owned bank a centerpiece issue during his run for New Jersey governor….

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Some property sellers and middle earners with children have reason to cheer, while holiday homeowners and ‘non-doms’ count the cost. Roula Khalaf, Editor of the…

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The headline news in the Budget was a 2p cut in the main rate of National Insurance contributions for employed and self-employed people. This was…

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The Conservatives seek to frame pretty much every general election (with the exception of “Get Brexit Done”) as Tory tax cuts versus Labour spend.  …

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Last year, Australia held a referendum called ‘The Voice’ on a constitutional amendment to create a separate political body representing indigenous views. A number of…

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