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    Don’t let bad people management ruin your business

    Entrepreneur and co-founder of employee engagement platform Perkbox, Chieu Cao, explains why in an increasingly competitive business environment, incentivisation and good people management is critical

    by Chieu Cao - 12 January 2018
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    Europe's democracy problem

    No wonder there is a disconnect between government and the governed. European electoral systems are too remote from the people, and this suits Brussels just fine. There's little likelihood of change. Europe has given up on democracy

    by Tim Hedges -  8 January 2018
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    EU is part of the NHS problem

    The NHS is now having to cope with around 3,000 additional people turning up to A&E every single day since last year. This is in so small measure due to massive uncontrolled EU migration. Leaving the EU is a great idea for many reasons, but cutting the strain on the NHS is a big one

    by Daniel Huggins -  6 January 2018
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    If Palestinians won't talk, Trump should cut aid

    The Palestinians are always looking for an excuse not to make a serious peace deal. Jerusalem is only the latest pretext. President Trump should make good on his threat to cut the hundreds of millions of dollars in US aid unless they start negotiating seriously now. They can dance to their rejectionism on their own dime, not America's

    by the commentator -  4 January 2018
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    The shallow, failed forecasters of Project Fear

    Mainstream media love to report negative views about Brexit and the economy. But the reality is that their predictions have been an embarrassing failure. Take a look at John Redwood MP's list

    by John Redwood MP -  3 January 2018
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    The good, the bad, and the ugly in 2018

    Proper welfare reform in the US and the collapse of the regime in Venezuala are much to be hoped for in 2018. To be feared are a bad Brexit, due to EU intransigence, a Chinese bubble, and much else. It all depends on whether free markets and common sense win the day

    by Daniel J. Mitchell -  2 January 2018
  • Euros

    Remain establishment withholds Euro disaster info

    What a surprise. The release of government documents includes delays to the release of European Exchange Rate Mechanism papers. The ERM, all done in the name of European integration, was the kind of economic disaster Brexit has not been. No wonder the Remain establishment is so shy about the truth

    by John Redwood MP - 29 December 2017
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    Italy: A country fit for a king?

    Italy, with its continual political upheaval (another election next March), might have benefitted from the stability a monarchy can provide. The brave partisans, who got rid of both king and dictator, turned to socialism and embraced failure. Vittorio Emanuele III now has a new, but still awkward, place of rest

    by Tim Hedges - 23 December 2017
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    Is the sun setting on Catalan nationalism?

    Just like in Scotland, Catalan separatism has failed to increase momentum. On the contrary, many have been surprised by how quickly it seems to have fallen away. The SNP should take note

    by Tom Gallagher - 19 December 2017
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    What might an EU/UK agreement actually look like?

    The UK is perfectly willing, as it always has been, to sign a meaningful free trade agreement with the EU. If the EU can't put aside its delusions, we'll happily go for no deal and adopt WTO rules. Overall, the ball is in the EU's court, and they need to act in good faith, or we'll just walk away

    by John Redwood MP - 13 December 2017