Monthly Archives: January 2018

By Anna Round

The north of England needs a skilled workforce and a system for skills development that meets the changing needs of…

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By Miren Gutierrez; Alfonso Daniels; Guy Jobbins

New technologies offer unique opportunities to support fisheries monitoring, control and surveillance, particularly for countries in Africa and other regions…

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By Alexander Fritz Englund

Populism is on the rise, especially in Europe. Determining the causes is of crucial political importance. Some claim that “neoliberal”…

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By Peter Ricketts

A paper exploring UK and French security relations post-Brexit. Written by Lord Peter Ricketts, former National Security Adviser and UK…

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By George Bangham; Stephen Clarke

The pay of Britain’s workers has rarely been out of the news in the past decade. The unprecedented squeeze on…

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By Adeline Bailly

With the continued rise of emissions and illegal levels of pollution in many places, air quality is increasingly recognised as…

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By Olivier Kraft

This paper focuses on the measures that can be taken at the UK level to strengthen the money service business…

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By Nilima Gulrajani

Every few years, the reorganisation of foreign aid bureaucracy becomes a topical issue in development policy circles. The last time…

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By Jacob Lundberg

As a general rule, local governments are exempt from VAT in the EU. Thus, VAT is not payable on the…

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