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Rarely is a book’s publication as well-timed as John Kay and Mervyn King’s “Radical Uncertainty: Decision-Making Beyond the Numbers.” We’re in the grip of a…

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In this 5th Event in our series of In Conversations over lockdown we will be talking to Stephen Kinnock MP about his own political engagement, UK…

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Those of us brought up with Dad’s Army, and similar Second World War domestic dramas will remember the phrase: “Don’t you know there’s a war…

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This is a cautionary note for all those people taking Michael Gove’s speech about “The Privilege of Public Service” seriously. One of my favourite books…

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Tragedy has form. Stretching back to ancient Greek theatre, where it represented a quasi-religious theatrical experience, tragedy tells of a reckoning with a noble but…

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Under-promise and over-deliver was the golden rule of my twenty-three years as a consultant.  Yet this guiding principle clashes with the natural propensity of liberals…

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On July 5, the day after the Americans celebrated the 224th anniversary of their declaration of independence, a small, excited crowd in Baltimore toppled a…

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And there we have it. The Prime Minister in waiting has increased his popularity still further in a confident, sober, serious mini budget that promises…

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Let’s start with Stalingrad. If you read Anthony Beevor’s book about the turning point of World War II, the impression is one of senseless waste….

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My five-year-old son asked me if coronavirus has gone away, I told him no, it’s on holiday in America. The daily number of recorded new…

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