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After six decades at the forefront of American-European relations, Britain had considerable influence. Now it has left the EU, will it still be heard?
The shared moral project of the next decade will be restoring the link between labour, community and a meaningful life.
Europe continues to lack not only the powers of a modern state but the democratic legitimacy needed to acquire them.
The story of a UK government-approved testing service, Matt Hancock’s “revolving door” of digital health lobbying, and the mystery of missing Covid tests.
Why we must overcome the “cult of intelligence”.
Work is more intertwined with the rest of our lives than ever. To truly enjoy free time, we must be able to let go of “the realm of necessity”.
By recognising that public debt doesn't matter, and abandoning work incentives as a design principle, the stimulus amounts to a significant break with neoliberalism.
A commitment to truth requires accepting limitations on our beliefs and actions, but it is also a precondition for engaging with the world rather than retreating from it.
We should re-imagine work and society based on the extension of democracy into the economy.
Our first prime minister was a libertine, a scoundrel and an opportunist. But he was never a bore or a moralist. Remind you of anyone?
Having left the EU, the United Kingdom must embark on a national programme of self-renewal.