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RBS- Do the right thing – Give me a bucket

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GRG was advertised as a life support unit for struggling businesses. In reality, it was an abattoir. On the 30th of October McEwen said that the turnaround obligations inferred or implied by GRG do not in fact exist.

Life

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Killing them softly

The social pressures for young women (and increasingly young men) to conform to certain expectations placed upon them by the media are immense. The upshot is that women today are involved in a constant psychological battle between myth and reality.

Politics

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Democracy in crisis: Where front is back, white is black and lies are truth

Almost half of the UK’s combined print and online press is owned by just two billionaires – which confirms renowned American journalist, A J Liebling’s adage that “freedom of the press is guaranteed only to those who own one.” We ask what this has meant for the recent coverage of local elections.

Business

Attacks in lieu of answers
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Attacks in lieu of answers

It is incredibly destabilising when the news networks you know and trust turn on their audiences. It’s either ofcom investigations, media hit pieces or the good old label of ‘conspiracy theorist’ for anyone with the audacity to question the dominant narrative. Shouldn’t that be the job of the media in the first place?

Economics & Finance

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RBS- Do the right thing – Give me a bucket

GRG was advertised as a life support unit for struggling businesses. In reality, it was an abattoir. On the 30th of October McEwen said that the turnaround obligations inferred or implied by GRG do not in fact exist.

Renegade TV

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How economics professors can stop failing us

Many students today continue to be deceived by their professors who, even after the great financial crisis, still teach a fantasy, or other worldly version of economics. So on this program we ask: How do we begin to reverse a heavily entrenched education system that manufactures economists that have such a detrimental effect on wider society? Joining us to discuss how academics are failing us: renegade economist, Professor Steve Keen, and author and economist, Dr Steven Payson.

Arts & Culture

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Does anyone interesting live in London anymore?

As London has become a global financial hub and a real estate speculators dream, it has priced out the people who once made the city diverse, interesting and cosmopolitan. What happens to the arts if artists can no longer afford to live in the big smoke, or attend its increasingly elitist art schools? This week we’re on the road at Sunday Papers Live, talking with artist, Darren Coffield about the silent art exodus from London and asking: Does anyone interesting live in London anymore?