New report claims over 500,000 homes overcrowded in the capital

New report claims over 500,000 homes overcrowded in the capital

More than half a million homes in London may be overcrowded, according to a new report from the City Hall Conservatives. The report found that up to 576,000 homes in the capital could be overcrowded – almost double the official estimate. According to GLA figures, roughly 298,800 homes in London...

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A Growing Problem: How Global Food Production Is Draining the World’s Water

A Growing Problem: How Global Food Production Is Draining the World’s Water

After oxygen, food and water are the two most fundamental requirements for the existence of life. So what happens when the production of one begins to threaten the security of the other?  The agricultural industry is responsible for 90% of freshwater consumption globally, and 40% of the water it uses...

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Time for communications warfare

Time for communications warfare

Communications warfare will define international relations over the next decade. Changing our approach to the public/private dimension of communications technology is now the only winning strategy. We increasingly rely on communications, especially the speed, complexity and accessibility of digital media, to make sense of and participate in the world around...

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Making your Future Work

Making your Future Work

Getting a KickStart for your career There are some impressive young people out there who have found Covid has stopped their career ambitions dead. At a similar stage in my life, it was the kindness of both strangers and family contacts that enabled me to get started and I have...

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To Dare is To Do I Love You Tottenham, But I Wish I Didn’t Have To

To Dare is To Do I Love You Tottenham, But I Wish I Didn’t Have To

 It comes with a slow shudder of shame. One-nil, first-half penalty, a totally predictable affair. Neville said it would happen. Carragher said it would happen. Arsenal-player-but-secret-Chelsea-man Merson said it would happen. But then he would.  Yet, as if to spite the lot of them, there lingers that secret pride ready...

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