Marc Sidwell

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Marc Sidwell was Executive Editor for City A.M. and is the author with Anthony O'Hear of The School of Freedom (Imprint Academic, 2009).

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I was here because of snow. Or rather, lack of it. Good snow was hard to score in the Alps last year, and when you’re looking [...]

27 July
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How much do you really know about the charitable work your company is doing? Lord Mayor Alan Yarrow thinks it is time the City [...]

7 July
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News lives in the now. Sprinting from drama to drama, we rarely have the leisure to turn and look back. But sometimes a clear [...]

22 May
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Today the hard work begins. After a few days where the Conservatives still seemed to be in full campaign mode, setting out their [...]

15 May
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The General Election did prove one piece of conventional wisdom right. There is a bubble in London, out-of-touch with the rest [...]

11 May
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Almost halfway through his mayoralty, despite the rigours of constant travel, Alan Yarrow is buzzing with energy. The former [...]

11 May
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Back in 1992, when the Conservatives denied the polls to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat, the May number one hit was Please [...]

8 May
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I don't understand people who believe this campaign has been interesting. Day after day we have pored over motionless polls. [...]

1 May
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An eyesore and a vanity project, un-English and out of keeping with the times... that was, once, the contrarian view of St Paul’s. [...]

17 April
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Churchill, as ever, said it best: “For a nation to tax itself into prosperity is like a man standing in a bucket and trying [...]

10 April
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MY RICHARD III has a narrow posterity, fondly remembered only by my mother and, perhaps, my old drama teacher. Yet even brilliant [...]

27 March
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A flat earth. Beneath: a turtle ten thousand miles long. Above, wandering the surface of this world and mirror of worlds: zombie [...]

13 March
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ARE robots coming for your job? That isn’t a premise for an episode of Doctor Who; for some City-watchers, it has become a [...]

6 March
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THE IDEA that high finance and successful commerce are the enemies of cultural flourishing has never made sense. From the banker-patrons [...]

27 February
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WHO owns the future? With the Eurozone apparently powerless before the once unthinkable prospect of a Greek exit, and with Ed [...]

20 February
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