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Malcolm Smith Farming’s new furrow? The opportunity in Brexit Brexit takes us to uncertain ground, but it could be a rare opportunity for a productive yet kinder agriculture, believes Malcolm Smith. How... Environment Opinion UK
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Could Brexit make Britain beautiful? Surely not, you cry! And yet, leaving the EU might just be a once-in-a-century chance to restore our countryside and rescue its wildlife. Ma... Environment
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What do London taxi drivers, farmers in Perthshire and bouncers in Newcastle have in common? Co-ops Pay inequality, zero-hour contracts and a sense of disempowerment are driving people to form co-operatives, finds a new report. The sector i... Economics
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‘The age of the citizen is coming' Against a backdrop of Brexit, now is a pertinent time to rethink our ideas of society. Jon Alexander suggests that when we consider ourselve... Opinion Society
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All together now: 'the age of the citizen' in facts and figures From participatory democracy to local currencies, signs abound that communities are taking power back into their own hands. Our pick of fasc... Economics Society
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‘UK would grind to a halt without migrants’, say economists as thousands celebrate their contribution The UK economy would lose £328m – or four per cent of total UK daily GDP – if migrants stopped working for the day, according to new researc... Economics
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