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The Magic Money Tree

During the recent election campaign debate Amber Rudd poked fun at Jeremy Corbin by suggesting that his policies were funded from a mystical ‘Magic Money Tree’.   As it turns out she was far closer to the truth than she might imagine. Unlike us, governments do have access to a ‘magical money tree’ of sorts – […]

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Harsh Judgement

Did you notice in the final few days of the recent election that a whole new class of argument emerged? One I believe was a major contributor to the unexpected Conservative victory.

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Manifesto for the Future

During the current outbreak of election fever I have been heartened to see that some of those standing for election are, at long last, starting to mention some of big issues that we UK voters – and the rest of the world – must eventually face. Any party brave enough to start the discussion will […]

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