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Liberty Fitz-Claridge
8 October 2010
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A British company has devised a scheme of one-to-one maths tuition in which teachers in India are connected to pupils in the UK using online technology similar to an interactive whiteboard. For...
Razeen Sally
22 May 2009
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It is widely believed that India is forging a separate successful path to development, in contrast to the traditional comparative-advantage based development of China and the other east-Asian Tigers...
Richard Wellings
18 May 2009
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●  Philip Booth explains how regulation contributed to the financial crisis   ●  Theodore Bromund reviews Verdict on the Crash   ●  Tom Clougherty on Tax Freedom Day...
Kristian Niemietz
27 April 2009
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In the early 1990s, Nigel Lawson dubbed the NHS “the closest thing the English have to a religion”. Today, this religion has probably been replaced by a more disillusioned belief that...
Philip Booth
3 September 2008
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The prevailing Western NGO view of how we should solve problems such as lack of health and education provision in very poor countries is that we expect the government to provide or finance such...

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