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October 1, 2012... SIR HOWARD DAVIES - MT's longstanding diarist and the former chairman of the FSA warns the chancellor against sharper cuts and says Britons should stop feeling sorry for themselves. As well as thinking up a 'plan C' for the UK economy, Davies also finds time for a spot of relaxation in...
Editorial: Is Labour in with a Chance?
October 1, 2012... The next election is a long way off but, whatever you think about the ballot box appeal of its leader, the Labour party for the first time in ages seems to be in with a shout. Memories of the foul-ups made by the previous Blair and Brown governments are fading. Forgiveness is offered. It was...
Future Leaders Awards: Jane Burston, Head, Centre for Carbon Measurement - Non-Profiteer
November 1, 2012... If you want somewhere discreetly prestigious to work, then you could do no better than the National Physical Laboratory in Middlesex It's where Sir Barnes Wallis developed the bouncing bomb that was used in the Dam Busters wartime raids and where scientists Alan Turing and Sir Robert...
Descent of the Rising Sun
November 1, 2012... After defeat in World War II, the Japanese rehabilitated themselves by sheer hard work, in 25 years propelling their economy to the second-largest in the world. But Japan's sense of common purpose has curdled into corporate sclerosis, managerial timidity and cover-up. Its economy has long been...
November 1, 2012... ANDREW DAVIDSON - Imagine how thrilled Davidson was to be sent into deepest, rainiest Suffolk to drink cider with the Chevallier Guild clan, who have been fermenting since the 1700s. 'They know everything about longevity, family firms, and how to hold their alcohol,' he says. Not mentioned is...