A lot needs changing

Sunday morning TV presents a rather dreary scene, featuring Sky’s Trevor-oh-um-er-well-ah-ah-er-well-ummmm-Phillips, engaged in a somewhat repetitive discourse. Meanwhile, on the flip side, not-Trevor-Phillips mirrors the same line of questioning.

Adding to the monotony, both Sky and the Beeb showcase three-person panels employing an eerily identical format. The airwaves seem saturated with a sense of déjà vu, as if trapped in a loop of indistinguishable discussions.

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The Budget and the Autumn Statement transcend mere numerical compilations; they embody the very essence of our values, reflecting what we hold dear and consider paramount.

Or at least, that’s how it should be.

However, we must confront some unvarnished realities encapsulated in the file labeled ‘we are where we are.’

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Data is an opportunity lost and that is the real threat.

Taken so long

One of the most valuable things we all have is… … is what? Our freedom of expression? A family life? A religion? What about our data? Is it valuable? You bet! Your data, on its […]

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royal college of surgeons

George Bernard Shaw

Let’s take a closer look at the Royal Colleges, shall we? Why? Well, why not.

Among these distinguished institutions is the Royal College of Emergency Medicine, a relatively recent addition that emerged through a process of hybridization in 2008.

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Patients, hospital, hallway, NHS.


The dynamics underlying insults are deeply rooted in psychological mechanisms. Every insult emanates from a source of fear and a perceived ‘lack.’ While an individual delivering an insult may claim to be merely highlighting your flaws, in reality, they are often underscoring the distinctions between their own knowledge or understanding and what they perceive as a deficiency in others.

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Victoria Atkins


By the time you read this, Number 22.5 (BB had two goes at the job) will have had time to read through the pile in her Red Box… …and know everything there is to know […]

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Kindness and patience

Kindness and patience

The Treasury has become aware of the situation, which is why they declined a request from NHSE for approximately one billion pounds to assist with the expenses related to the strikes and backlogs.

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Think ouside the box

Wrong problem

Begin the week by delving into the world of Henry…

Henry Ernest Dudeny, a mathematician from the early 20th century, devised a fascinating challenge. The task is to link nine dots arranged on a three-by-three grid, and you can use only four straight lines. Importantly, the pen should never leave the paper.

Many individuals struggle with this puzzle because they tend to envision the dots forming a boxed shape. The key to solving the puzzle lies in drawing lines that extend ‘outside the box’…

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What happened to him?

Communication professionals often employ the term “landing” to assess how a message or concept introduced to the public is received by the audience and its impact on public opinion. In essence, it’s all about gauging whether the message resonates effectively with the intended audience.

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