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Ray Hammond

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Lord Stern of Brentford Kt, FBA Ed Stafford Prof Niall Ferguson MA, D.Phil.

CSA News

  • Our conference attendees thought Joanna Lumley was excellent. They loved her - she is a delight.
  • Our fiscal group clients thought Julian Priestley was very approachable and gave an excellent speech.
  • Wow! Eddie Obeng was excellent, our technology summit attendees loved him. Very thought provoking.
  • Tim Foster was the highlight at our staff conference, the audience were fully engaged and enthusiastic.

Latest news

jan 23

Lord Stern says that China is making positive steps on climate change.

jan 19

ITV Economics Editor Noreena Hertz discusses Theresa May’s speech at WEF Davos.

New Books

Millennial Marketing: Bridging the Generation Gap: How Businesses and Brands Can Better Connect With and Engage Gen X/Y/Z, Baby Boomers and More
Millennial Marketing

Scott Steinberg

PUTSCH: PRINCIPLE, AMBITION, COMPROMISE, INTRIGUE, THREATS, SEX... WELL, THAT'S POLITICS...
PUTSCH

Julian Priestley

The Course of Love
The Course of Love

Alain de Botton

Other News

Kim Jong-nam killing: Malaysia seeks North Korea embassy official

The senior embassy official and a state airline worker are wanted over Kim Jong-nam's killing.

provided by BBC World News

Divisive political rhetoric a danger to the world, Amnesty says

Amnesty International singles out President Trump as an example of a "more divisive politics".

provided by BBC World News

Life expectancy to break 90 barrier by 2030

Women in South Korea will be the first in the world to live an average of 90 years.

provided by BBC World News

Donald Tsang: Hong Kong former leader sentenced to 20 months

Donald Tsang was found guilty of misconduct in a case linked to renovation work on a luxury flat in China.

provided by BBC World News

Israeli PM criticises UN 'hypocrisy' on historic Australia visit

Benjamin Netanyahu receives support from his Australian counterpart on a historic visit.

provided by BBC World News