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Economy

Capitalism the Nordic way

I’m assuming if your reading this you have heard of Ikea, the global furniture company founded in Sweden. That or the music streaming service Spotify which also comes from Sweden. Sweden is also the home of Ericsson, Volvo, H&M and Securitas. You may have also heard of Norway’s sovereign wealth fund and its very high […]

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Environment

How we increase recycling

Tweet about this article: In 2018, The European Environmental Bureau, in collaboration with the environmental consultancy firm Eunomia Research and Consulting. released a list of the top recycling countries in the world. While Wales made it to fourth place, after South Korea and before Switzerland, England, Scotland and Northern Ireland were absent from the Top […]

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News Videos

Video: Join Centre in the North East

MD talks about why he joined Centre and why you should join Centre in the North East. Find out more about our North East branch here: Read the full transcript here: My name is MD Mominul Hamid, I’m from the North East of England as you can see its lovely weather here. Yes I am […]

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News

Six months on: What have we done?

Having only been started at the start of this academic year, we’ve already done a lot! We thought that it might be fun to write a quick blog post updating you all on the progress of our society, some of the achievements that we’ve already had and an update on our upcoming plans for the […]

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Economy

How Blockchains could change politics forever

Tweet about this article: Author disclosure statement: None of the information nor opinions expressed in this article constitutes financial advice. I have personally made financial investments in technologies I talk about here. Throughout all human history, we have kept records. Ledgers have been carved in stone, written in parchment, and stored on computers. During the last Renaissance […]

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News

Centre in London

Tweet about this article: Have you ever heard of the phrase ‘everything in moderation’?. Centre’s centrist approach to governance is something which appeals to me personally, politically and is economically competent. Centre offers rational and liberal-minded policies on how to transform the United Kingdom into a nation with equal and fair opportunities for all. One of the […]

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Economy Health

Better mental health will boost the economy

Tweet about this article: This government, like many before it, and predictably many after it, have declared physical health and mental health must be seen as one. They have advocated and congratulated charity efforts to dispel misconceptions about the issues and offered menial funds that are just enough to keep the system running in its […]

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Democracy Health

Devolution and vaccines

Tweet about this article: One of the main topics I have looked at throughout the COVID-19 pandemic has been the impact that devolution has played throughout our response, with this period arguably being the biggest test of this system of government and whether it works. I have previously written about some of the issues that […]

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Environment

The progress at COP26

Tweet about this article: Despite Boris Johnson’s environmental faux-pas when stating that maybe “climate change couldn’t be fixed”, we can safely say that a number of hopeful projects have emerged from COP26. However, in accordance with the saying “only time will tell”, it is the upcoming months and years that will determine whether the UK […]

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Environment

Fixing the sewage crisis

In 2020, the Environment Agency recorded that raw sewage was discharged into rivers across England over 400,000 times. This came to a total of 3 million hours spent draining raw sewage into rivers in that year alone. The result of this is damage to both our environment and to us. Sewage in a water system […]