Does France have anything useful to say in the debate on globalisation? The French have inflated expectations of politics but can still ask some of the right questions about the limits of the free...
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The recent mega-mergers show that manufacturing is a mug's game
Peace of a kind may be coming to Northern Ireland. But, says Geoffrey Wheatcroft, it is no thanks to the soft-headed indulgence of the republican movement by the old British left
Jeremy Clarke had not had sex for six years until he met some Australian apple growers in New Zealand
Christopher Tugendhat, chairman of Abbey National, rejects John Kay's claim that profit, like happiness, is best pursued indirectly
Must Emu lead to greater political integration? Emu does not necessarily entail more centralisation but could be a catalyst for reform of Europe's institutions
From the BBC to New Labour, Britain is obsessed with giving the public what it wants. We should know better