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23rd February 2024
As the House of St Barnabas closes we look at the future of Private Members’ Clubs
As Costeau walks into 5 Hertford Street, he receives that jolt of self-importance which he has learn...
22nd February 2024
Heidi Mallace on the potential impact of AI on democracy in 2024
2024 is posed to be the largest election year in history. There will be 74 elections and an estimate...
22nd February 2024
Long Read: Me, Myself and AI
When I consider the question of AI as it relates to the matter of myself, I find I have to begin wit...
21st February 2024
“So, What Do You Do?”: Carter-Ruck lawyer Katherine Hooley on a career in the law
"So, what do you do?" That ubiquitous and seemingly simple question intended to glean insight into o...
20th February 2024
Book review: Rory Stewart’s Politics on the Edge
This is a fabulous book written by a man who thought he might be prime minister but who has instead ...
19th February 2024
Exclusive: how Elon Musk is changing the global economy?
Elon Musk is one of those public figures like Mark Zuckerberg who seems to have his own uniform. It ...
16th February 2024
Ronel Lehmann reviews Chelo: “the welcome doesn’t live up to the quality of the food”
I was invited to Jin Kichi, a Japanese restaurant in Hampstead. I always like on such occasions to d...
15th February 2024
To Read or not to Read: Paul Joyce introduces his new music column
If I were to introduce myself to you as a gambling man, then I would be willing to bet you a pound t...
14th February 2024
Dinesh Dhamija: Sunny Side Up
Ten million Indian households stand to benefit from a new solar power project, announced this week. ...
13th February 2024
A Letter from Israel
This letter is ten years late. I went to Israel for the first and so far only time in 2013, and for ...
12th February 2024
Review: Harbour Hotel, Sidmouth: ‘a friendly, relaxing hotel’
In early 2024, many parents looked at the calendar with a degree of confusion: the schools were goin...
9th February 2024
Ronel Lehmann reviews Yalla Yalla: “full of character, lanterns and Middle East promise’
The name of the restaurant means "Let's go." And go we did. I managed to go there twice. On the firs...
8th February 2024
India’s New Wave of IPOs
From just $17 million raised by Indian IPOs in January 2023, this year they totalled $67...
7th February 2024
A Tribute to a Great Career: Paul Joyce remembers Dennis Hopper
It was different working in British television back in 1986. They thrust money in your purse and sen...
6th February 2024
Ronel Lehmann’s introduction to Tim Clark’s ‘Better Schools, the Future of the Country ‘
We often hear at first-hand from our mentees about their own journeys and experiences in school and ...
5th February 2024
Finito bursary candidate Nick Hennigan: “I want to go out there and do my family proud”
I have sometimes observed that precocity creates its own challenges: being brilliant young creates e...
2nd February 2024
Dinesh Dhamija: UK Indians Trending Conservative
With a UK General Election less than a year away, political minds are focusing on Britain's many flo...
1st February 2024
Paul Joyce on Maestro: “A Rudderless Ship Adrift on a Sea of Vanity”
In my decidedly less than humble opinion, the only real reason for "Maestro", Bradley Cooper's incon...
31st January 2024
Essay: What can we learn from Napoleon?
There is a famous line by the 20th century Chinese statesman Zhou Enlai. When asked what he thought ...
30th January 2024
Review: The Letters of Seamus Heaney
I don't think any writer would in their right mind refuse the Nobel Prize for Literature, but there ...
29th January 2024
Lumos Education CEO Johanna Mitchell on the women changing the face of conservation
Lumos Education was delighted to be invited to sponsor Women Empowering Smart Energy's conversation ...

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