Monthly Archives: September 2012

Who can you trust these days?

Trust is bleeding away from the world’s leading media brands It’s not news that newspapers are losing ad income in an increasingly fragmented media marketplace.  Last year in the US, for example, newspaper advertising revenues (for both print and online) … Continue reading

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Gastronome’s golden breadcrumb treasury

As autumn approaches, I want to share some of my most golden culinary moments.  My goal: to bring a little summer sunshine back into your lives.   So by popular demand, here are some photographic memories of dishes I prepared … Continue reading

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Flight delayed

The Coalition and Labour want to defer a decision about London’s airports until 2015: it can’t wait that long Yesterday the Prime Minister announced an independent inquiry into the future of London’s airports.  Sir Howard Davies’s team will not report … Continue reading

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Chocks away!

The overdue debate on the future of London’s airports is finally taking off. I’ve been blogging for about a year, and my most consistent topic is transport and the need to take grown-up and very urgent decisions about the future. … Continue reading

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Tried and tested

Several years ago I started a campaign to support UK scientists who use animals for medical research. The campaign – The People’s Petition – tapped in to a popular feeling that the government was not doing enough to protect research … Continue reading

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