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The Asset-Based Health Inquiry launched last week, investigating how best to develop social prescribing, which NHS England is finally now rolling out. It is designed…

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Many people will be puzzled. Why is the Northern Ireland (NI) issue so difficult to resolve in the Brexit negotiations? When recently questioned about it,…

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The Scottish National Party has finally abandoned its ‘Named Person’ scheme, which would have appointed an official to track the treatment of each child independently…

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Last week, I found myself talking to one of the key experts in the UK on about community share offerings. He told me just how…

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What If we Stopped Pretending? Jonathan Franzen, The New Yorker,  8 September, 2019 The climate apocalypse is coming. To prepare for it, we need to…

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Luciana Berger MP’s decision to join the Liberal Democrats has the potential to change everything.  And I am not just talking about the fortunes of one…

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Rory Stewart discusses what’s wrong with British politics and how to put it right at a RADIX event during the Big Tent Festival of ideas

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On 1 April 1977, a date I remember well, the proprietor of Hay Castle and the book town pioneer Richard Booth proclaimed himself king of…

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So-called ‘sustainable development’… is meaningless drivel James Lovelock To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.Buckminster Fuller During the past…

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This is ‘Co-production Week’. The word ‘co-production’ might sound like film industry slang for collaborative film making between two production companies – well, actually it is…

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