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Modern central banks play an outsize role in our economic development through their central role in both monetary policy and financial regulation. Many are now…

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This event is invitation only – please register your interest by emailing georgie@bigtent.org.uk

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The Baroness Grey-Thompson DBE DL is Guest Leader this month. She will be discussing: How does the experience of Covid and life online impact place-based regeneration…

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As the country hosting this year’s crucial COP summit in Glasgow, the UK government’s approach to net zero falls short on many fronts. Relying on…

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“Things fall apart,” wrote Yeats in 1919, during the flu epidemic, “the centrc cannot hold…” The best certainly lack all conviction, while the worst/Are also…

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The murder of David Amess has shocked the nation. As did the murder of Jo Cox five years ago. Or have they? Have things gone…

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Labour is making important progress under Keir Starmer as the party seeks to recover from its worst election defeat since 1935, but it is clear…

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Australia is headed towards becoming Asia’s poor cousin. The major parties have given up on economic reform, productivity and innovation. Their approaches on these issues…

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During the next decade of de-growth and declining prosperity, some of the things we regard now as essential will become discretionary. How we used to…

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This article appeared in El Pais (in Spanish) The struggle continues between the EU and the UK government over the implementation of the protocol. It…

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