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Tara Howard: the Founder of the NatWest Venus Awards talks about the importance of inspirational women

Tara Howard, who is the Founder of the NatWest Venus Awards talks to us about the importance of inspirational women and why we need to reward and celebrate local working women in business. 614 more words


IMF head Christine Lagarde calls King Abdullah a 'strong advocate of women'

Whether Saudi Arabia’s late King Abdullah, generally considered an ally of America, was a “friend” to the United States is up for debate. Secretary of State… 634 more words

International Events

An individual less regretted?

So ʿAbd Allāh ibn ʿAbd al-ʿAzīz Āl Saʿūd has died.

David Cameron is “saddened,” and has praised his “commitment to peace,” a commitment which apparently requires… 296 more words


"Lagarde's patronising remarks only outdone by compliance of Government "– Gerry Adams

Sinn Féin Leader Gerry Adams TD has said patronising remarks by Christine Lagarde at today’s IMF conference in Dublin, were only outdone by the compliant stance of the Irish Government. 101 more words


The Right Choices for 2015 - Christine Lagarde

By Christine Lagarde

WASHINGTON, DC – As 2015 begins, policymakers around the world are faced with three fundamental choices: to strive for economic growth or accept stagnation; to work to improve stability or risk succumbing to fragility; and to cooperate or go it alone. 260 more words

Emerging Markets

What kind of creatures are they?

A letter a day to number 10. No 977

Saturday 17 January 2015.

Dear Mr Cameron,

Public warning to all interweb readers – please do not read the following paragraph whilst eating or drinking as involuntary outbursts of mockery, hilarity or incredulity may harm your keyboard. 365 more words

IMF chief hails UK economic recovery

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National Politics