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Recent increases in energy costs and their impact on local and national economies have made us aware of the possibility that the economy is an…

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There is suddenly a great deal of talk, on all sides of the political sweep, about the prospects of a pact between Labour and the…

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A confluence of crises—lockdowns and business closures, mandates and worker shortages, supply chain disruptions and inflation, sanctions and war—have compounded to trigger food shortages; and…

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Big Tent held its annual political festival in Bristol on Saturday 11 June. As politics students from the University of The West of England, we…

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On 11 January this year, I wrote that growth is no longer possible. In fact, so much that is going on are symptoms of the…

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I have to report a great shout of victory – or at least a few steps towards it – from the antitrust journalist Matt Stoller,…

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For me, the excellent and well organised Radix Big Tent Festival in Bristol was a great learning experience. In particular from the practical, common sense…

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I have never been to Rwanda, but my company has done quite a bit of work there, which I oversaw, many of my colleagues have…

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On the hundredth day of the war unleashed against the Ukrainians by Russia, one heard a significantly different language than at its beginning. On the…

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One of the peculiar things about being a radical centrist is that we don’t like taking obvious sides or following crowds. We are liable to…

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