‘How to report economic news’ by Nicola Walton

‘How to report economic news’ by Nicola Walton

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Everything you wanted to know about economics but were too frightened toask.Quantitative easing and forward guidance are regularly mentioned in thenews following the financial crisis of 2007/8, but what do they mean andwhy should we care? Nicola Walton, journalist broadcaster and lecturer,explains i ...
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New Book by WIJ Member Yvonne Ridley on Torture and the War on Terror

New Book by WIJ Member Yvonne Ridley on Torture and the War on Terror

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Yvonne Ridley, one of the original WIJ co-founders, has written a specialist book called Torture: Does it work? By her own admission it is not an easy read and the idea for it began in the Afghan prison cell where she was held by the then ruling Taliban after an undercover newspaper assignment for E ...
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‘The Lifestyle Entrepreneur – How to Turn Your Interests into Money’ – By Angela Neustatter and Cato Hoeben

‘The Lifestyle Entrepreneur – How to Turn Your Interests into Money’ – By Angela Neustatter and Cato Hoeben

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We had a lovely evening at the Work Foundation to launch Angela Neustatter's new book The Lifestyle Entrepreneur - How to Turn Your Interests into Money, written with her son Cato Hoeben. Whatever you like to call it: 'mobile working', 'flexible working' or as they say in the US 'the gig ecomony', b ...
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