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There is a lovely little verse by Dorothy Parker to which I resort when feeling gently resigned and needing a reminder that solace is possible….

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There is little so enraging as when officials use different ways of interpreting concepts to the ways that most people understand them. I refer especially…

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The world is becoming increasingly dependent on digital services. In this connected world, we ask: are these services fit for purpose?  In this blog we…

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“Trust is a key component of the social capital that “enables participants to act together more effectively to pursue shared objectives.”¹ Yet trust, and how…

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Over the past twelve hours my social media feed has been lit up by (over)-excited Lib Dems, blown away by a single YouGov poll showing…

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So farewell, then, Richard Sherman – you have had a long, eventful and successful life. That is how E. J. Thribb of Private Eye would…

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With the UK election barely a month away, voters are scanning the parties’ manifestos for clues to the future – particularly that of the likely…

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CLICK HERE to watch the replay of our Meet the Leaders event with Dame Kate Barker and Vicky Spratt, where they discussed what would have…

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CLICK HERE to watch the replay of our Meet the Leaders event with Will Hutton and Vicky Pryce, where they discussed how an alternative economic…

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Once again, America saved Ukraine. By voting, on April 21, for a resolution allocating to Kiev a gigantic aid of $61 billion – or double Poland’s total…

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