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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...

NHS England’s IT plans expensive and risky, say MPs

Why does the NHS keep getting it wrong with IT? Is it symptomatic of wider organisational and governance issues? A root and branch review of what’s working and what isn’t might...

9 November 2020

Will quotas solve the unequitable distribution of coronavirus vaccines?

  The ‘pool’ of coronavirus vaccines is a common firstly as it’s the most un-rejectable, the most in demand global resource, providing countries, it’s thus individual ...

Do we have something to learn from further education?

Community-led devolution is surely synonymous with place-based governance. This New Local research offers thoughtful analysis of the challenges facing the UK’s further education ...

A place for everyone

Following the National Commission’s summit on place, a newly-published GGI illumination digs into some of the questions raised. These were its conclusions: We must agree a n...

How could digital save the highstreet?

Today brings with it the announcement of another potential loss to the high street, Debenhams. While many factors are to blame, most recently covid-19, the uprising of digital shop...

10 March 2021

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. ...

Regulation about vaccines

We’ve had to move swiftly in many senses during covid-19. I’ve been especially interest about the caution taken in Europe about blod clots and vaccines, which have now ...

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