29 April 2020

What needs to change after the COVID crisis?

29 April 2020,
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A crisis always prompts soul searching, all the more so when its scale is measured by a daily death toll. The bank crash was […]


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19 September 2019

Brexit: Corbyn is following in Wilson’s pragmatic footsteps

19 September 2019,
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It is said of Harold Wilson that he epitomised the quip, “if you can’t ride two horses at the same time, you shouldn’t be […]


10 September 2019

Save the intensity for later – we have an election to win

10 September 2019,
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When you want something too intensely, it’s often less likely to happen. In personal relationships intensity can drive people away. In politics, zealots alienate […]


20 August 2019

Land banking may not be ‘purely speculative’ but it is very lucrative

20 August 2019,
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If in difficulty, change the question. It’s an old political tactic but, as Philip Hammond reflects on his three years as Chancellor of the […]


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21 May 2019

Biden’s narrative fails the Marks and Spencer test

21 May 2019,
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It doesn’t matter whether you are chocolate pudding or a would-be president, the product has to meet expectations. The Marks and Spencer ‘food porn’ […]


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