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Unlevel levelling up

The government’s ‘levelling up’ agenda sets out to rebalance the country’s lopsided regional economy. But plans are currently largely focused on big infrastructure projects...

Governing education: the Covid-19 school catch-up plan

Paul Whiteman, general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers, has outlined that the leadership and efforts of individual schools during the pandemic have been more...

Trust: a critical asset

The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance features a new post on the importance of trust: “The growth in the number and complexity of board responsibilities is tak...

Can we afford an erosion of good faith?

Cutting the UK’s foreign aid budget by 0.2% of the national income might sound like a modest adjustment. It might even seem prudent in these challenging post-pandemic times. ...

Covid passports: A threat to liberty or a necessary security?

There are heated debates around the enforced use of Covid passports but is this state intervention affecting societal liberties or must we accept this ‘government coercion...

Cop26 will not succeed if the world’s richest countries don’t show leadership

The world’s richest countries have broken their 2009 promise to provide $100bn a year to help developing countries cut emissions and cope with the impacts of climate breakdown. C...

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