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Railway Bridges and Canals: Intersections of Industrialism

Autumn is come, and the air is chilly. And so I haven’t been sitting in my usual spot on Victoria Square observing the movement and interaction of people over my lunch break that often. Once I’m acclimatised, and I’ve procured … Continue reading

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The Alternative CILA Feedback

CILA is the annual Current Issues in Life Assurance meeting set up by the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries to discuss the latest developments in the field. And, of course, to provide CPD hours for those who haven’t quite got … Continue reading

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When History Begins

At what point does the present, as it slips away to the past, become worthy of the title History? A month, a year, a decade? Is the Financial crisis history yet, or is it just a recent event? The George … Continue reading

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