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Guide to the Social Age 2019: New Citizenship

This is the seventh in a series of a dozen essays based around my new Map of the Social Age for 2019. The map illustrates some of the key areas i’m looking at this year, but is not definitive: this … Continue reading

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A State of Kindness: A Shared Humanity

Somewhere along the line, we have accepted the marginalisation of kindness, normalised dispassion, and deepened the inequity of our society. Equality and fairness were never to be taken for granted, have always been fought for, but our current manifestation of … Continue reading

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Leaves

Stomping through London yesterday in the rain: dodging pedestrians now complicated by the necessity of jumping puddles. I glance down to see the leaves underfoot, glazed to the wet pavement, coloured shadows against the grey stone. Autumn is turning, or … Continue reading

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