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In 2019/20, 11,682 medical negligence claims were reported in the UK almost a 10 per cent increase on the previous year with a total value…

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It was a little strange but instructive that my last blog post here – really just asking the questions to elicit Jon Alexander’s thoughts –…

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The Foreign Affairs Council of the European Union (EU), to be held on Monday 22 February in Brussels, will be dedicated to the relations it…

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Brexit has been a long-term project, around 30 years, for a large chunk of the Conservative Party – now perhaps the dominant chunk of the…

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To read the Sunday newspapers of both right and left, one might be forgiven for believing that everything we hold dear is now threatened by…

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Among the official guests of the new President Biden at his inauguration on 20 January was the representative of the island of Formosa in Washington….

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The trouble with all public authorities, from town councils, via nations to supranational conglomerates, is that they have to justify their existence by Doing Something…

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This is our full economic recovery agenda, our programme for people-driven economic growth and recovery in 2021. We’d like your feedback on this agenda – what is…

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We have clearly reached the end of an era in the USA, and the beginning of a new one. In fact, it feels just a…

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A couple of days ago, I received a message from a friend in the UK: “Astonishing scenes from Holland – this is not the picture…

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