Matthew Taylor became Chief Executive of the RSA in November 2006. Prior to this appointment, he was Chief Adviser on Political Strategy to the Prime Minister.

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Society
13 September 2012
Even during a double dip recession, in international and historical terms, Britain in 2012 is a rich country with...
UK Politics
21 June 2010
The Royal Society of Arts has a new motto: 21st-century enlightenment. It pays tribute to the 18th-century founders of...
Politics
22 September 2008
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31 January 2008
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Culture
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Politics
25 September 2000
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Politics
28 February 2000
I should start by admitting to a strange hobby. Where other people collect stamps, coins or cigarette cards, I hoard...
Politics
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