Tag Archives: The Clash

Emissions up?! Ain’t that a kick in the head

We’ve had a kick in the head from the numbers. According to the Emissions Gap 2021 report published by the UN, the world got hotter last year and emissions went up globally. “This report is another thundering wake-up call. How … Continue reading

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Small employers are sorting the pension problem – but they need some help!

  There are a lot of organisations taking the credit for auto-enrolment and it’s true it has worked because Government , providers and business advisers have worked together. But the heavy lifting has been done by getting on for a … Continue reading

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Actuaries – many ears here to listen!

I am glad that I had a go at the actuarial experts arguing in the FT.  It didn’t change the way  people behaved yesterday – (although several hundred people appear to have spent time reading it) – but  it solicited … Continue reading

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Face to face with a man who changed the world

his website looks like he hasn’t come across social media yetThe man in the blue suit is Bernard Rhodes, who delivered a spell-binding monologue for nearly three hours last night at the British Library. Bernard Rhodes If you don’t know … Continue reading

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The worst kind of paternalism

They’re all , fat and old, queuing for the House of Lords Continue reading

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Long Hot Summer

It’s time for level heads Continue reading

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Raging against the machine

If this smells like teen spirit then I’m glad I’m middle aged. Continue reading

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