The £13.3bn merger between Sainsbury and Asda has been sold on cost-saving grounds for consumers. Even if true, is this really an adequate measure of the public good?
Director of Economy, Enterprise and Manufacturing
The RSA is cautiously optimistic about the potential of technology to enhance human experience for all. It’s not the robots that worry us, it’s the humans in charge of them.
The future of work and the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) are hot topics in the UK, but what is the view from Japan – the home of advanced robotics and jobs for life?
The collapse of Northern Rock ten years ago heralded the most prolonged UK recession since the Second World War.But were there other, less well known, consequences of the banking collapse?
The true essence of banking is trust, and on this score the sector is falling far short. Tony Greenham introduces a new movement advocating customer-owned banks.
As support grows for a cross-party approach to Brexit, we make the case for the formation of a Brexit Citizens’ Assembly to directly gather the views of those who matter – the people.