Monthly Archives: January 2017

3 questions MPs should ask before voting for Article 50

Let’s say you are about to buy a house. You receive a call from your solicitor saying that there are three unresolved legal questions relating to the property, any one of which might, at some future date, leave you with significant … Continue reading

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3 questions MPs should ask before voting for Article 50

Let’s say you are about to buy a house. You receive a call from your solicitor saying that there are three unresolved legal questions relating to the property, any one of which might, at some future date, leave you with significant … Continue reading

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Politics is back and business didn’t see it coming

Davos was in shock this year. “Lost in a blizzard of complexity” and staring into a populist abyss, the corporate elites were struggling for answers. Its chief organiser, Klaus Schwab, executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, called on attendees to help … Continue reading

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Banning strikes. Again.

Two months ago, Dominic Raab accused judges of “ivory tower logic” after they ruled that the decision to leave the European Union, based on the votes of 37 percent of the electorate, needed the approval of parliament. He seems to have … Continue reading

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