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The last time I indicated some of what I am suggesting in this post, it earned me two emails rapping me on the knuckles for…

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When I first joined the Liberal Party (1979), and particularly when I started going to their assemblies (1982), the television cameras used to linger on…

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Thanks to everyone who submitted suggestions for our Blueprint for Government. The contributions picked up two areas we’d neglected. The first has been all over…

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In December 2019, Boris Johnson won a decisive victory in the general election, in large part because he promised to “Get Brexit Done”. By the…

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Well intentioned, top-down reorganisations have been a regular feature of government policy with regard to the NHS. Too often they prove to be both costly…

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This post – small drum roll – is the thousandth we have put up here on the Radix UK website. Right back since the days…

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Both of us – the co-authors – spent many years designing, coding and testing software. We have a visceral understanding of what can go wrong,…

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I had my covid jab on Friday and it turned out to be the Pfizer version.  Which meant, apparently, that that we all had to…

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In 2019/20, 11,682 medical negligence claims were reported in the UK almost a 10 per cent increase on the previous year with a total value…

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It was a little strange but instructive that my last blog post here – really just asking the questions to elicit Jon Alexander’s thoughts –…

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