With the scale of investment needed to upgrade our energy infrastructure, tight public budgets, and a competing demand for investment across the globe, we need to keep the private money coming in."
The gig economy is either the most liberating development for humankind ever or the blackest, bleakest cloud, raining despair, depression and doom down on us and bringing the horseman of the Apocalypse cheerfully in its wake"
The suggestion is council leader Sir Albert Bore is like a hostage, desperate not to risk punishment by provoking his demanding overseers so he soldiers on"
Mike Whitby outlined his ambition to see tech companies like Microsoft or IBM or educational institutions collaborate with the new library - that support never arrived"
Paul Daniel ensured the Cathedral was totally silent before those eerie timbres took us into a web of tendrils, and then on into a highly physical, muscular reading of this work which takes no prisoners."
Owen Horsley's direction was a tad hit and miss, saved by these good actors and the excellent conductor was Douglas Boyd."
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