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21 December 2015

As the UK government delivers its spending plans for the next five years, a number of controversial cuts are on the cards.

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3 December 2015

To prevent generic approaches to development that undermine existing local solutions, marginalised groups must be involved in decision-making.

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17 September 2015

Corbyn has proposed giving the Bank of England a new mandate to invest, but Alan Shipman argues the track record of this approach makes it hard to swallow.

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29 July 2015

Could the sharing economy bring about the end of capitalism - or simply further reduce quality of life for many within society?

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29 July 2015

The new government’s financial plans - including a major change to the taxation of dividends and pension tax reliefs - should put savers on alert.

Innogen policy
26 June 2015

While standards help ensure safety, they can also act as barriers to market entry. A look at the contentious issue of regulation's impact on health delivery.

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7 May 2015

Could a new breed of 'eco-drones' offer a cost-effective and accessible way for communities to monitor deforestation and environmental degradation?

Theo Papaioannou
9 April 2015

Theo Papaionnou argues that inclusiveness is a multi-dimensional concept and that some basic needs cannot be met by 'low cost' or 'low tech' innovations.

 

UK business investment
19 March 2015

Osborne’s budgets have made many businesses happy - just not enough to make them splash the cash sufficiently for his monetary and fiscal stimulus to be withdrawn.

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16 March 2015

The freedom that Osborne's reforms bring is complex and annuity sellers will need good advice that goes beyond Pension Wise's guidance.