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Research suggests that creating an artificial dust layer could rapidly cool the planet. But is it practically deliverable and what would be its unintended consequences?…

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“Hello. This is the Brexit Opportunities Minister, a member of a very serious government. It has been brought to my attention that long queues have…

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This article first appeared in The Daily Mail We need to talk about ‘our’ NHS. It is quite clear that it is at breaking point and…

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According to Guardian columnist George Monbiot, Jeremy Lent is “One of the greatest thinkers of our age.”  His book The Web of Meaning: Integrating Science…

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For the second international trip of his second term, from 25 to 28 July, Emmanuel Macron has decided to visit Africa (Cameroon, Benin, Guinea-Bissau). The…

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I have been having daily chats with Graham Brady, chief controller for the Conservative backbenchers’ channel in the House of Commons and a man central…

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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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Radix Fellow, Prof Stephen Smith, has proposed a new hypothecated tax and other measures to increase NHS funding and to ensure everyone contributes fairly. These…

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On the occasion of the strategic upheaval of the war in Ukraine, the West is beginning to understand that its moral lessons are no longer…

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Digitalisation is in the news. Recent topics include whether Google’s LaMDA system shows sentience[1], and on the legal and other issues raised when robots or…

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