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Advice

Crisis? What Crisis?

“Crisis? – What Crisis?” (Mischievous, and inaccurate, tabloid headline from 1978) “A half-truth is a whole lie.” (An old Jewish proverb, supposedly) “You don’t shoot

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Briefs

Don’t Follow The Money

“Fewer than 500 US counties voted for Hillary Clinton in the 2016 Presidential election but those account for two thirds of GDP; the more than

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Briefs

Churchill’s Choice

From September 1939 Winston Churchill was spending today’s equivalent of £1800 a month on wine. General Jacob observed that Churchill began the day by drinking

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Briefs

Dear John

David is the most common name amongst high achievers such as MPs, lawyers and millionaires according to MyNametags, a label maker that commissioned a study

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