Posts tagged with: Social contract

Drilling while the world burns

  In a week when climate records have again been broken, fires rage across much of the world, and the UN Secretary General spoke of “children swept away by monsoon […]

Talking to Our Neighbours

  We all have at least one person we know well who has become despairing about the state and trajectory of the UK. And despair is no  basis for change. […]

Refresh or Replace?

On Friday, the results came in from three by-elections: in Selby and Ainsty, Somerton and Frome, and Uxbridge and South Ruislip. This article takes a quick look at the conclusions […]

Killing the Hydra

Sometimes the challenges facing those of us who would like the UK to remain a civilised country with a functioning democracy and a strong social contract seem daunting. This article […]

Interview with LBC on the NHS

Here is a link to the interview by Chris Golds on LBC with Mark E Thomas, on Monday 26 June, 2023. Here is more about our new report, The Rational […]

How not to handle the cost-of-living crisis

Churchill commented, “It is a joke in Britain to say that the War Office is always preparing for the last war. But this is probably true of other departments and […]

The Frog, the Elephant and the Jellyfish

In late 2015, I began work on the book which was finally published in 2019 as 99%: Mass Impoverishment and How We Can End It. The book’s original working title […]

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