Tag Archives: Will Hutton

A tale of two Cities


      Have you ever turned up at a place and realised you shouldn’t be there – but stayed anyway just to see what it was like? That’s what happened to me yesterday. I went to an event about … Continue reading

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Whatever happened to “stakeholder economics”?


When Blair swept to power in 1997, Will Hutton‘s vision of a stakeholder economy was central to New Labour‘s vision. While the idealism of those years is now derided, I prefer it to the negativity of today’s commentary. Listening to … Continue reading

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Do them a favour – give your older workers a hand!


It is as if a bridge had been built without a ramp from bridge to shore . People have to make their way from bridgehead to safety using their own resources though the cost of completing the bridge is minimal relative to the benefit it would bring. Continue reading

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