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Three Ways Technology Is Disrupting Traditional Industries

As technology continues to change how every industry performs work, there will be several periods of disruption that will cause never before seen changes and have drastic effects on the overall workforce. Identifying these disruptions before they occur can help any person or company adapt to future changes and come out on top….

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Chatter #74 – Anthony Dapiran on Hong Kong’s Protest Movement and Their History

Anthony Dapiran, author of the books City of Protest: A Recent History of Dissent in Hong Kong and City on Fire: The Fight for Hong Kong was my guest on today’s show. We covered the Hong Kong protest movements that have unfolded over the past two decades, their ongoing struggle with authoritarian China…

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How To Thrive Not Survive Post-Pandemic

“There is little doubt that another crisis will see us in the streets and squares once again, taking us all by surprise… These moments when the impossible seems suddenly possible are excruciatingly rare and precious. That means more must be made of them. The next time one arises, it must be harnessed not…

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Chatter #57 – Tatton Spiller on the Growth of Simple Politics and the UK’s Pandemic Response

Tatton Spiller of Simple Politics was our guest on today’s show. This is Tatton’s second appearance on the podcast – you’ll find a link to the original episode below. Simple Politics was created to help explain the world of politics to those who don’t know the difference between common law and the House…

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So, How Do We Pay For All This?

Since the UK went into lockdown, the UK economy shrank by almost 6%, the chancellor has announced tens of billions in public spending to prop up businesses, and we are currently losing an estimated £2.4 billion everyday in economic activity. This isn’t a UK based phenomenon, almost every major government in every major…

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The Corona Timeline

We’ll be updating this periodically, and expanding it’s scope! December 31st China alerts WHO to new virus.  January 23rd Study reveals a third of China’s patients require intensive care.  January 24th Boris Johnson misses first Cobra meeting.  January 29th Boris Johnson misses second Cobra meeting.  January 31st The NHS declares first ever ‘Level…

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