Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt, rivals to become Britain’s next prime minister, clashed over who could be most trusted on Brexit on Tuesday in a sometimes bad-natured television debate just two weeks before one will be crowned.
Now 37, the actress who put the name “Stephanie Tanner” into our collective lexicon has a fun and commiserative new podcast about parenting ready to stream.
As artificial intelligence re-writes business models, how will its application and adoption revolutionize business and commerce further?
The International Data Corporation (IDC) makes 10 predictions about the role of the CIO. Some of the predictions are strong but others are dependent upon industry, governance and leadership trends that may themselves be quite unpredictable.
Family take share of £100,000 award with study of UK’s golden eras of growth including pioneering welfare system
Britain could look back more than 400 years to the reign of Queen Elizabeth I for inspiration on how to reboot the economy and tackle inequality, according to a joint winner of one of the most valuable prizes in economics.
Simon Szreter, a professor of history and public policy at Cambridge University, his wife, Hilary Cooper, an economics consultant, and their son Ben Szreter, the chief executive of a community-based charity in Cambridge, were collectively one of two winners of the inaugural IPPR economics prize, worth a total of £100,000.
Two women won the backing of EU leaders to head the European commission and the European Central Bank, breaking with more than 60 years of male dominance
Politicians and pundits may be distracted, but economists are already talking about another financial crisis
God bless Britain’s political class, for in their capacity for happy self-absorption they are as reliably easy to please as a puppy. Just chuck them the right chew toy.
Who won last night’s head-to-head, Boris or Jeremy? Gnaw gnaw. What is George Osborne playing at? Snuffle, snuffle. Doesn’t young Matt Hancock look tortured these days? Slobber, slobber. And so politicians and pundits paw away, the existential questions facing an entire country somehow never quite as rousing as the latest gossip from Versailles.
In the construction sector, which has just had its worst month since the immediate aftermath of the financial crisis, they now talk of ‘quicksand’