1 February 2016

Author’s concerns about athletes’ rights sparks lively debate

1 February 2016,
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A call for athletes to be given more say in shaping the future of their sport has sparked some strong online reactions after it […]


1 February 2016

What would drive a tennis champion to cheat?

1 February 2016,
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Sporting reputations are tumbling so fast, I doubt even Usain Bolt can keep up with them. We’ve had match-fixing in cricket and snooker, corruption […]


18 January 2016

Cadbury’s owner takes biscuit with tax avoidance – while self-employed get hammered

18 January 2016,
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The idiom ‘taking the biscuit’ has been given literal meaning by the recently-revealed tax avoidance of Cadbury’s US owner Mondelez International. I have always […]


29 December 2015

Rugby: protect children from pressure to use steroids to ‘make it’

29 December 2015,
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In 1997 a man was jailed for six months for peddling steroids in south Wales. Hardly a headline grabber, you might think, but this […]


21 December 2015

Businesses should see paying their way as a badge of honour

21 December 2015,
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My mobile has been pinging a lot lately with e mails from politicians wanting to consult ‘business’ on what they should be doing for […]


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