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4th December 2023
Harvey Soning on the importance of not going to university and learning on the job
My education wasn't what you'd expect. My grandparents on my mother's side came from Russia and Pola...
1st December 2023
Opinion: 2024 will be the year of the jobs elections
Around election time, everybody always quotes Jimmy Carville's dictum: "It's the economy, stupid." T...
30th November 2023
Gillian Keegan on Maths to 18, apprenticeships and why Sadiq Khan is good for Conservatives
Now that we're in a General Election year, I feel confident that we're going to see Rishi Sunak's st...
29th November 2023
Simon Callow on his upbringing, life as an actor and the dangers of the art house flop
I am sometimes asked by young people who want to be actors whether I can help - realistically there'...
28th November 2023
Opinion: Energy policy will have a role to play in the 2024 US election result
One reason why Trump's numbers are looking good is because the Biden administration is so incredibly...
27th November 2023
Dinesh Dhamija on reviving Varanasi
I've just spent a few days in Varanasi, India's holiest place, celebrating my brother-in-law's 70th ...
24th November 2023
Exclusive: Sir Terry Waite on how to prosper in a busy world
I retain equilibrium in our busy world by having time alone. Everybody needs some solitude and every...
21st November 2023
Baroness D’Souza on the encroaching power of the executive
My really big concern is the increasing power of the executive; this has been going for years and ye...
17th November 2023
Steve Coogan and the division between talent and knowledge
Steve Coogan just joined the ranks of the great actors with his portrayal of the odious Jimmy Savile...
16th November 2023
Tesla Targets India
I'm a big fan of Tesla. When I sold, I had salespeople trying to interest me in all kin...
14th November 2023
Suella Braverman and the Art of Ministerial Sacking: Part II
Sometimes it's your privilege as a journalist to call events precisely wrong. Yesterday, some minute...
13th November 2023
Suella Braverman and the art of ministerial sacking
To sack or not to sack. That is the question for Rishi Sunak this week and there are few who would w...
11th November 2023
Stephen James: Reviving the Spirit of Remembrance in the UK
Is the poppy our cultural canary in the mine? Following the atrocities of 7th October, this year's R...
8th November 2023
Opinion: Why Solar Power is the Answer
The world is hotter than ever. Climate-related disasters occur with terrifying regularity. ...
6th November 2023
Dinesh Dhamija: ‘Raise a Glass to Indian Whiskey’
Alongside its population and GDP milestones, this year India celebrated another world first: it is n...
2nd November 2023
Opinion: Time management is the difference between success and failure
Recently, Finito Education held a fascinating mentoring roundtable at a major bank in the City. ...
1st November 2023
Matthew Perry: 1969-2023
There is a scene in Matthew Perry's memoir Friends, Lovers and The Big, Terrible Thing which it is i...
30th October 2023
Dinesh Dhamija on India’s Investment Allure
As the world polarises further into warring blocs, with Russia, China and Iran on one side and the U...
24th October 2023
The Dinosaur’s Last Ride: Paul Joyce on why he’s still a petrolhead in the age of electric cars
Yes, that's me, I'm the dinosaur. Surrounded by exhortations and ads for electric vehicles, all at w...
20th October 2023
Why India’s Space Programme is Worth Every Rupee
"Why should Britain send aid to India when it has a space programme?" is a complaint you often hear ...
16th October 2023
Dinesh Dhamija: Is sport in India about to explode?
Now that the eyes of the cricket-loving world are turned to the country, as it hosts the World Cup...

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