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The case for connectedness and influence – our view on the European referendum | europe

Posted by in Entrepreneurship, Personal, politics, Technology

First published on the ClearScore blog on 1st June 2016 I’ve thought long and hard about whether to publish this blog. It represents my personal view of the upcoming EU Referendum. However, and this is the aspect that gave me pause for thought, it also represents the view of the corporate body that is ClearScore. I think it is incredibly important that employees and users understand both sides of the argument and have clarity on the views of the people and businesses that they rely on. To this end, the…read more

The fight for the future of the Labour Party is obsessed with the past

Posted by in politics, Trust

For nearly two decades I was a card carrying member of the Labour Party. I was attracted by the values and intent of a political party that could challenge the status quo and seek to balance benefit for all sides of society. A party with a caring, empowering and not paternalistic attitude to those less able and more vulnerable in society. I was inspired by the humble, kind and strong vision of John Smith and found Tony Blair’s New Labour electability seducing. “What’s happening in the Labour Party at the moment is…read more