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Foolishness to Greeks: A reflection on the recent attempt to change the law on Assisted Dying

The defeat of the Marris Bill at its second reading last Friday in the House of Commons was of immense significance. Through the heart of...

Illiberal and Illegitimate? A response to the Marris Bill

On September 11 MPs will have the opportunity to settle for this Parliament the question of whether the terminally ill should have assistance with suicide,...

Reforming the Lords: Could the best step forward be to take a step back?

The Government’s most recent look at reforming the House of Lords has focused on creating an elected second chamber, but such a course might well...

Does reputation matter in financial services?

To date, reputation has not been a significant factor influencing consumer behaviour in financial services. In other words, despite the real growth of fines and...

A Spotlight on Homelessness

Perhaps the headline figure of my postgraduate research at Richmond University in London, is 51% of Londoners do not help the homeless on the streets...

Beauty and influence in the new local paradigm

It is brave to speak of beauty. It is doubly brave to do so in a public policy context, where there is suspicion of abstract...

Investing with an Ethical Sense

During the last few years, we have seen an unprecedented number of scandals involving the most prominent institutions, across the World and all the industrial...

Reflections on the Magna Carta: A constitutional angle on seeking the common good

The recent anniversary of the sealing of Magna Carta provides a helpful space in which to pause and take stock of the popular legitimacy of...

Can the BBC survive after 2022?

Woes, like a biblical plague: the BBC’s continue to multiply. The image is not inapposite; Reith would have approved. Hard on the appointment of John...