Month: August 2016

Pressure and flexibility


Since everything is inter-connected, governments shouldn’t bow to single-issue pressure groups.

It’s possible to retain existing flexibility when you slow things down. If you can’t control outcome uncertainty, try to control the pace instead.

Better research upfront makes for better policy outcomes later.




Time is frozen – the moment you discover you’ve been betrayed.

Our calendars are there to help working people count down the days to their next holiday.

Time seems greatest at both ends of a person’s life – looking forwards and looking back.