History

Statues and Memorials: An imperfect reality

Josiah Wedgewood. John Lambton. Two names with very little connection. However, both of them played their part in Britain’s imperial legacy in understated, yet significant ways. They embody a complex history in which their commendable acts could only exist in a society we prefer to overlook. Josiah Wedgwood Following the removal of the Edward Colston, […]

Coronavirus: Learn From the Past to Help the Present

George Santayana once said that “Those who do not learn from history are condemned to repeat it”. Looking back at the 20th Century Spanish Flu Pandemic, what does it teach us about how to handle a global pandemic?

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