Monthly Archives: September 2013

Dirty cash. Mucky tablets. Filthy phones.

Germs are everywhere this week.  And I mean everywhere. Still reeling from the revelation that Britain’s new plasticky bank notes will provide a cosy home for E.Coli and MRSA bugs, the UK is again rocked to its core today by … Continue reading

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Bypassing politics won’t work

Today Sir John Armitt proposed the creation of an independent body to tackle Britain’s poor record on the planning and delivery of major infrastructure projects. Sir John has a strong pedigree, having chaired the Olympic Delivery Authority for the 2012 … Continue reading

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