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Articles for May 2008

Ask the audience to get a million-pound answer

YOU MIGHT not immediately think of the TV show Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? as a cutting-edge guide to business decision-making. But think again.
We can still defuse the ticking care timebomb

ADULT SOCIAL care, on which the Prime Minister has just launched a public consultation, is widely considered a financial timebomb.
Full Marx if you can see history repeating itself

TO PIECE TOGETHER the fragments of today's worldwide crisis is to grapple with a sense of deja vu.
Labour's public sector is a Soviet tractor factory

IT'S TIME TO face up to the unpalatable truth - Labour's public-service reforms have failed.