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Questioned on August 25 by a journalist who asked her whether the President of the French Republic was “a friend or an enemy”, Liz Truss…

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Like many people, losing the Queen has felt a little for me like losing my own mother, as I did last year. Perhaps this isn’t…

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There are 1.5 billion operational cars in the world. The average length of these cars is 14.83 feet. I wanted to visualize what 1.5 billion…

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About a year ago, I said to my then tennis partner, a Frenchman, that when the Queen passes it will be a momentous event for…

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In October of 2002, through the good influence of Wendell Berry, I was invited to a small gathering at the historic town hall in Zug,…

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We are living in troubled times. Energy and food prices going through the roof. Spiralling inflation. Seismic geopolitical shifts. Record breaking temperatures. Wildfires on the…

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I will wager that on Sunday 31 July 2022, I was the only person in the 87,192 strong Wembley crowd who could also claim to…

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Alessia Russo’s back heel goal against Sweden will deservedly go down in football legend as one of the cheekiest and most inspired moments of the…

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The world economy is shrinking and the population is increasing.  Food poverty is spreading.  Seen from the top-down the future looks bleak. Our growth-led system…

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The headlines (sic.) in The Guardian don’t do full justice to the proposals I make in the paper published today – How to Pay for…

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