Unblocking the NHS
‘Hosts would be asked to welcome patients recovering minor procedures, cook three microwave meals a day and offer conversation, according
“Telecommunications,” Macrae wrote, “will alter society’s patterns more profoundly than the previous and smaller transport revolutions of the railway and
OxfordPotential: breaking the cycle of educational disadvantage
‘A new report by the independent thinktank Reform ranks 29 “high-tariff” universities for their progress in accepting disadvantaged students. It finds that only the
Have You Diversified?
“Unity in diversity is the highest possible attainment of a civilization, a testimony to the most noble possibilities of the
Keeping Shtum on Women’s Austerity
“Until Labour can see that being female is the single biggest predictor of economic status, intersecting with other factors such
The Future of the Corporation
“I am in the food business. That means I don’t just take responsibility for my customers. It means I take
The 100 year life: live long – and prosper?
‘Gratton and Scott advance the idea of a multistage life, with repeated changes of direction and attention. Material and intangible
The Fix: the new politics of design
“A map of the world that does not include Utopia is not worth even glancing at, for it leaves out
‘QALYs might help MacArthur determine which path to take within the health sector: restoring sight versus making vitamin-enriched crops, for