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Only one in four Russians support Ukraine war
Professor Natasha Lindstaedt
09 December 2022
Brazils new president inherits massive economic and environmental problems
11 November 2022
With the UK’s new prime minister in office, it looks like the political turmoil of the last few months is likely to ease, at least for the time being. Rishi Sunak and his fellow MPs must put their political differences aside to focus on stabilising the economy and calming financial markets. But Sunak will of course have one eye on the next election, which he must call before January 2025.
Professor Paul Whiteley
31 October 2022
Ukraine war: I've just returned from Georgia where they are angry about the conflict and fear an invasion
30 September 2022
Professor Paul Whiteley looks at polling and data around tax cut policies.
01 September 2022
A Masters scholarship helped Liam O'Brien secure a place on the Civil Service Fast Stream and enjoy a varied career across Government
30 August 2022
Taxation has turned out to be the main issue dividing the two candidates in the current Conservative Party leadership contest. While Rishi Sunak wants to hold off making tax cuts until after the cost of living crisis has been tackled, Liz Truss wants immediate reductions. She believes cutting taxes will not cause further rises in inflation for consumers. Article by Professor Paul Whiteley
23 August 2022
With speaker Kristian Gleditsch
Professor Kristian Gleditsch,
Professor Jules Pretty
13 June 2022
07 June 2022
25 May 2022