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For political nerds, a club of which I confess to being a fully paid-up member, elections are usually times of great excitement. Yet this election…

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The Overton Window describes what is acceptable for discussion in public. This changes over time and this influence what happens in politics. According to Overton,…

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As of December 11th the WTO appellate body will cease to function following US refusal to appoint new judges. In effect, the WTO dispute resolution…

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We are offered a contest between two leaders while trends point to multi-party competition It may seem an absurd question to ask ourselves as the…

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“There is no Country in Europe, which produces, and exports so great a Quantity of Beef, Butter, Tallow, Hydes and Wool, as Ireland does, and…

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Expect the unexpected in this most unpredictable of elections.  And yet some things are predictable.  The Conservative election strategy has been clear for some time:…

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Following publication of his RADIX paper “Protecting Children and Young People from Harm: the public health case for a legal, regulated cannabis market”, Sir Norman…

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Whether it’s Brexit, EU-China, US-EU relations, the business of political prediction has become a mug’s game leading to market volatility and potential financial instability Will…

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It’s déjà vu all over again.  Theresa May got a deal.  She and the EU announced it with great fanfare, and then, within hours, it became clear…

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If we have the chance to reduce harm, we should take it. That idea – harm reduction – lies behind much of what any government…

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