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It’s human nature to complain. Whether it’s about the weather, our neighbours, the government, or a myriad other things we choose to complain about every…

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i have been in conversation with a web robot…. James: Do you possess a sense of humour? Bot: As an artificial intelligence, I don’t experience…

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It was in 1955 – the year that Winston Churchill stepped down as prime minister – when Fritz Schumacher first went to Burma as an…

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How is Britain doing relative to its peers? Is there a case for optimism? The mainstream media tend to focus on headline-making problems and difficulties….

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It’s a commonplace to say now that the government got it all wrong when it tried to demonise strikes and strikers – that the public…

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On Friday January 13, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen wrote to Congress that the U.S. government will hit its borrowing limit on January 19, forcing the new Congress…

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I have just received the latest in a log series of requests and enticement to switch to a smart meter. You’re probably getting them too….

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I joined the Liberal Party as a student journalist in 1979, immediately after Margaret Thatcher’s election victory. I did so partly because Dermot Roaf –…

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All the peers voicing support for measures to deregulate the City have ties to financial services. Debate over the government’s new financial services legislation in…

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“Turtle island is a name for earth or North America, used by some Indigenous peoples, as well as by some Indigenous rights activists. The name…

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