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Legal qualifications are nothing to be sniffed at, but they don’t give barristers expertise on all fields, writes Eliot Wilson
India is liberalising its insurance sector, legal services and capital markets. It's a great opportunity for the Square Mile businesses to invest and expand, writes Chris Hayward
A parliamentary inquiry into the pandemic is set to look at everything from the policy of austerity to Boris Johnson’s WhatsApps, but it is possible to be too thorough and entirely miss the point, writes Chris Hirst.
Rishi Sunak has a thorn in his side that won’t go away, unfortunately for all of us: the climate crisis. This week, his government faced legal action over its revised climate strategy from campaign groups including Friends of the Earth and Good Law Project. The campaign groups went to the High Court challenging the climate [...]
It's all about the workforce and yes, Brexit.
Chris O'Shea, the boss of Centrica, is wrong to accept energy prices of over £2,000.
Tourists pay an extra 20 per cent for shopping in London than in Paris or Milan.
As mortgages and rents rocket up, the housing industry hardly needed another blow. But small firms in the sector have warned they risk going bust without an intervention. In a letter to the prime minister this week, more than 200 small to medium-sized companies lamented that changes in the planning systems are blocking new developments [...]
Cricket ignored racism for too long, and now it's suffering the consequences. If it hadn't chased Black and Asian people away, English cricket would be much stronger today, writes Will Cooling
From stopping the boats to driving down inflation and cutting NHS waiting lists, Sunak has failed to meet his own targets and voters won’t keep believing him writes John Oxley
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