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Speaking by videoconference on 19 February at the Munich Conference, devoted each year to security issues, Joe Biden wished to send “a clear message to…

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For a short while last year, those working in the social care sector were briefly recognised as frontline workers in a global pandemic which has…

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We asked our fellows what they made of today’s budget.  Here are a handful of their responses (please note these are their personal views): This budget…

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The pandemic has given us all time to consider how we do things, and I am not sure that we will see a return to…

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This article appeared in The Solutions Journal I have recently been studying positive psychology, a branch of psychology founded by Martin Seligman and Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi…

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I had my covid jab on Friday and it turned out to be the Pfizer version.  Which meant, apparently, that that we all had to…

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The Kalifa Review recommendations, if implemented, would represent a big leap forward in creating a framework for the evolution of UK digital financeig leap forward in creating…

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Ten years ago, in Benghazi, the insurrection began against Gaddafi, the “Guide” who had ruled Libya with an iron fist since his 1969 military coup…

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Multi-stakeholder capitalism (MSC) is the default engine of economic activity and wealth creation for most countries covering, in one form or another, an estimated 80…

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Recently, HM Treasury published a report on the Economics of Biodiversity by the economist Partha Dasgupta. This follows in the footsteps of the very influential…

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