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The Kremlin’s reaction to the terrorist attack on Crocus City Hall, claimed by the Islamic State in Central Asia, which left nearly 150 dead in…

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Here is a nugget of information about using ChatGPT for those who do not like the model’s writing style. It means that, if you don’t…

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Everyone talks about the global competition for talent. Whether it’s home grown, imported, or accessed remotely. In this competition, the UK has remained in the…

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There was a fascinating article in the New Statesman last month about the fraught US presidential election in November, written by the editor of a magazine called…

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In the Middle East, religious extremists have once again derailed the fragile peace train. On November 4 1995, Israeli Jewish extremists assassinated their Prime Minister…

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Bear Stearns, a US financial services firm, reputedly had a sign in its lobby which said: “We make nothing but money.” The firm is no…

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A warm wave to colleagues and collaborators celebrating World Autism Day, heading up a month of awareness building and campaigning championed by the UN. Many…

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There is a growing belief that localism will become increasingly important in the UK economy. Underlying this belief, most people think that today’s governance systems…

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In the tapestry of a community, the care home should be a vital thread, weaving connections that bind neighbours, families, and individuals into a resilient…

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Rather unexpectedly, I spent half of last week in hospital, at the John Radcliffe in Oxford. There are certainly worse places to be. Especially when…

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