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24th July 2024
Tom Pauk’s Letter from Budapest
I'm writing at our table in the New York Cafe, Budapest, although to call this ridiculously ornate f...
23rd July 2024
“Get involved”: an interview with Dr. Claudia Araujo about opportunities in the coffee sector
I was really surprised when I went to the exhibition last year to see what a big climate impact coff...
19th July 2024
Marjorie Neasham Glasgow on Building Community Relations to Advance Net-Zero
Sir Keir Starmer swept to power and is proposing a 'mission driven government'. He is making clean e...
18th July 2024
Q&A: Sophia Petrides on Communication and the Workplace
I am fascinated by communication and the workplace - how it works and how it sometimes misfires. Wha...
16th July 2024
Labour’s Green Quandary
When Sir Keir Starmer took office as Britain's new Prime Minister on 5th July, there was a sense of ...
15th July 2024
What will the new government do about the apprenticeship levy?
Initially it sounds a good idea to expand the apprenticeship levy and reform it into the "growth and...
India's Legal Market
10th July 2024
India’s Legal Market Opening: A Game-Changer for UK Lawyers – Insights by Dinesh Dhamija
In a sign of the growing openness of the India market, the Bar Council of India has said it expects ...
9th July 2024
What happens when a new government takes office?
Changes of government between one of the two main political parties have rarely happened in recent y...
8th July 2024
Opinion: Are General Elections in the UK still fit for purpose?
'Laugh about it/shout about it/when you've got to choose/anyway you look at this you lose.' So sang ...
5th July 2024
Stuart Thomson: “Your key role at work? Company Spokesperson”
In the workplace one role often overlooked is that of company spokesperson. There may be a PR team o...
4th July 2024
A Question of Degree: Dr. Andrew Shields on his Taylor Swift course at Basel University
Popularity and cultural importance are not always attributable to the same things. Bob Dylan is plai...
2nd July 2024
Roger Bootle discusses the future of AI: ‘it can’t cope with fuzzy logic’
It seems to me that the impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been exaggerated in a range of wa...
27th June 2024
Meet the Mentor: Rara Plumptre
Tell us a little aout your early life and education. Did you have mentors growing up who altered the...
26th June 2024
Those Are My Principles: Michael Moszynski
I am not a fan of Government trying to 'pick winners' in the economy (remember DeLorean?) but it doe...
25th June 2024
Event Report: London’s Luxury Elite at the Residence of the Jordanian Ambassador His Excellency Manar Dabbas
it was the writer of the book of Hebrews who explained the importance of hospitality: "Be not forget...
21st June 2024
Essay: Notes Towards a Meaningful Career
Lately I have been thinking about something rather fundamental: the meaning of work. This is, after ...
20th June 2024
Dinesh Dhamija: Renewables Approach Tipping Point
A dramatic surge in solar energy generation amid falling costs - and a sudden Chinese enthusiasm for...
18th June 2024
Lady May on why a Labour majority isn’t a foregone conclusion: “Politics has become much more volatile”
I am stepping down at this election and so I now don't have the letters MP after my name. I do still...
14th June 2024
Dinesh Dhamija: Sunlight by Train
In 2023, Bill Gates mulled the future of renewable energy. One of the problems, he concluded, was tr...
13th June 2024
CEO of Graduate Coach Chris Davies on How to Get A Graduate Job
If you are looking to secure a graduate job in 2024, you must first be aware of the unique set of ch...
Solar Companies
11th June 2024
Dinesh Dhamija: Solar Companies Leading Europe’s Growth
Discover how solar companies like Raylyst Solar and Solar Drektinvest are leading Europe's growth....

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