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Academy of Medical Sciences

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Comment: The world notices actions, not words

David Cameron’s “spirit of humility” line is likely to undermine Britain’s prestige overseas. But, as the immigration cap controversy shows, the real risk stems from deepening division within the Cabinet. By Alex Stevenson There are currently six government ministers in India, courting one of the world’s largest emerging economies with all their might. The prime… Read more »

No longer necessary?
Cuts undermine Trident renewal

By Alex Stevenson A like-for-like replacement for Britain’s nuclear deterrent may not be worth the huge cuts in conventional forces which will be required, an influential thinktank has warned. A report for the Royal United Services Institute (Rusi) warns of a “stark” gap now exists between the reduced threat of a nuclear attack and the… Read more »