Monthly Archives: July 2012

Caring for life

Are you a caring person? Would your friends describe you as ‘touchy, feely’? It would be entirely predictable for the answers to these questions to be ‘yes’ and ‘no’. Does that mean you are deluded? No. It is simply the … Continue reading

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Not everyone for tennis?

We British are not normally given to challenging authority – we are taught early on to ‘know our place’! At the highest level that place is either on our knees or backing away from some royal personage to whom we … Continue reading

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A banker lie? Unthinkable!

In today’s Independent, regular economics columnist Hamish McRae considers whether Paul Tucker, Deputy Governor of the Bank of England told Bob Diamond of Barclays to lie about inter-bank lending. His conclusion? “Unthinkable”. We are faced with an extremely serious situation. … Continue reading

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