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Cllr. Bayo Alaba on race and politics
23rd September 2022
Opinion: Cllr. Bayo Alaba on race and politics
Labour Councillor for Redbridge Bayo Alaba speaks out against those who say MPs of colour do not rep...
The much-loved Conservative MP discussed the issues facing education in the country covering everything from the legacy of Covid to the skills deficit
19th September 2022
Robert Halfon on poetry and the national curriculum: “We don’t want a society of Mr Spocks”
Robert Halfon reacts to the government's decision to make poetry optional at GCSE on the national cu...
Sir David Lidington on managing stress
15th September 2022
Sir David Lidington on the importance of relaxing when in a high-pressured job
I’d say that three things define an aptitude for elected politics. The first is fascination with hum...
At Be Military Fit, everyone works out to their own level - but everyone works hard.
14th September 2022
Be Military Fit: the company reinventing the fitness industry
A look back at when Patrick Crowder spoke with Be Military Fit - and even tried a military fitness c...
5th September 2022
Study shows best, worst countries to freelance
The freelance life is longed for my many, achieved by some, and not desired at all by others. If you...
Sir David Lidington on managing stress
31st August 2022
Sir David Lidington: ‘History trains the imagination’
The former de facto No. 2 in the May administration talks about how a history degree has helped him ...
30th August 2022
Essay: How did universities become a money-making industry?
The UK is home to a high concentration of world-leading universities. Our venerated institutions off...
23rd August 2022
Amazon’s next prey: the hairdressing industry
The ubiquity of the tech giant Amazon has been the melody of the past decade - a thumping tune which...
22nd August 2022
Opinion: What does the business leader of the future look like?
In my role as CEO of CEO Sleepout UK - a charity whose mission is to unite business leaders around a...
19th August 2022
The English Teacher: A poem about mentorship by Diego Murillo
There is always one latent in your life, who will shape you to your own advantage. Mine was Balkwi...
18th August 2022
Essay: Lord Stevenson on the meaning of mental health
As part of our special on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, we asked leading thinker Dennis Stevens...
17th August 2022
Interview with Simon Giddins: ‘the man you go to if you have a problem the police can’t fix’
Alice Wright meets Simon Giddins – the man you go to if you have a problem the police can’t fix ...
16th August 2022
Interview with founders of polling firm Techne UK: “People started to see our predictions were coming true’
The Italian data analytics, consulting, and public affairs company Techne has opened a new sister co...
15th August 2022
Robert Golding on the profession of literary agent
Whenever someone finds out that you are a writer, one of the first questions you’ll be asked is whet...
12th August 2022
Ronel Lehmann on Maison Francois: ‘French without tears’
I stumbled across Maison Francois quite by chance whilst en route to St James’s Square - but then I ...
11th August 2022
Computer says no: should we welcome AI in recruitment?
As unemployment soars and the market floods with an excess of applicants applying for a limited numb...
10th August 2022
Bob Dylan at 80: what the great songwriter tells us about making our way in the world
A look back at Bob Dylan's 80th birthday, when Robert Golding looked at the career of the Nobel laur...
8th August 2022
HR advice from Uber’s Amee Parekh
Amee Parekh has had an extremely successful career since she graduated from the University of Mumbai...
5th August 2022
No Time To Die: what James Bond tells us about the workplace
I’m lucky to possess an attractive vintage edition of On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1963). Whenev...
4th August 2022
Mr and Mrs Smith Founder James Lohan: Journal of a Voyage Round My Room
As the travel industry continues to confront headwinds, James Lohan tells us about what the life of ...
3rd August 2022
The Industry 2.0: Journalist aspirants rival bankers for drama and drive
I recently enjoyed the BBC’s new drama Industry, in which we follow five graduates that vie for a pe...

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