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Just to be clear, before I launch myself into this post – it would be a mischaracterisation to take what I say here as an…

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It was in 1955 – the year that Winston Churchill stepped down as prime minister – when Fritz Schumacher first went to Burma as an…

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I have just received the latest in a log series of requests and enticement to switch to a smart meter. You’re probably getting them too….

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“Turtle island is a name for earth or North America, used by some Indigenous peoples, as well as by some Indigenous rights activists. The name…

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Our heat pump reached the end of its life last year: it was 25 years old, which is better than expected.  It will cost £15,000…

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As we all become further embroiled in this winter’s strikes, it is worth examining the dynamics of strike action. It can be argued that the…

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When we designed our house 25 years ago, we explained to our architect that we wanted eight double power sockets in the kitchen.  Which turned…

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Most of us believe that the present recession will end.  They always have done in the past.  It will be a longer-than-usual process.  Which means…

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Now that both ambulance drivers and nurses are set to strike over the Christmas period, it is at least worth asking the question – can…

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The UK could play a leading role in rebuilding the lives of the people of Ukraine by formulating a plan that helped clear legal pathways…

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