13 April 2015

Not only is austerity unfair, it isn’t working

13 April 2015,
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Maybe I read the wrong newspapers, but I don’t think I was alone in my ‘so what?’ reaction to a hundred business leaders signing […]


16 March 2015

Climate change: there’s too much at stake to risk prevarication

16 March 2015,
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General Elections are rarely game-changers. The victories of Clement Attlee in 1945 and Margaret Thatcher in 1979 would arguably fall into that category, but […]


26 February 2015

Writing novel punctuated by news of needless deaths from steroid abuse

26 February 2015,
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The likes of Lance Armstrong and Marion Jones may grab the headlines for their underhand use of performance-enhancing drugs, but there is another side […]


16 February 2015

Ever-growing inequality is unjust and unsustainable: we cannot allow vested interests to stop us doing something about it

16 February 2015,
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“The world economy is a place of staggering extremes. The 85 richest people in the world have accumulated the same wealth as the bottom […]


27 January 2015

Platform for Lance Armstrong insults families who have lost loved ones through steroid abuse

27 January 2015,
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Yesterday, as the BBC was revealing plans to broadcast a 30-minute interview with Lance Armstrong, I received a reminder of the deadly reality of […]


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