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- Manfarang 17th Jan - 2:28am
Richard Butler There are two notable businessmen who became politicians- Berlusconi and Thaksin. Neither turned out well.
- Eddie Sammon 17th Jan - 1:38am
Thanks Stuart. I agree the Brexit Together group look very sensible for various reasons. They seem to support the things I want, but at the...
- RBH 17th Jan - 1:22am
It's good to see tough-minded thinking about public service reform but I respectfully disagree with Mark's analysis of fire services. Insurance-based fire services don't work...
- ethicsgradient 17th Jan - 1:18am
@Frank Hindle I accept that the result for the referendum should not then hold for all time. Mainstream support does change over time, however it...
- Lorenzo Cherin 17th Jan - 1:01am
Richard Butler My whole essence on here, if it has any meaning at all, is the encouragement of many views, having moved over the years...
- Lorenzo Cherin 17th Jan - 12:44am
As someone involved in the arts, creative industries and media, I welcome the article , the podcast , and look forward to listening , and...