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Aristotle’s Lost Appeals

Aristotle’s Lost Appeals He had way more than three; here are another five… Aristotle is a famous guy. He was a philosopher, writer and good

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Tunnelling out of Europe

Tunnelling out of Europe Negotiations become steeper and faster as they reach their close. The trade deal discussions between the UK and EU have all

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Pitch Up for Christmas

Pitch Up for Christmas Modulation is probably more important than moderation, but both can be hard to sustain. Now that those of you who can

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Speak Up: 71st Edition

1. Collective noun quiz
2 Jingle Jangle Jargon
3. The How and the What
4. How shall I address thee? by Ewan Pearson

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A stoic view of trust

To be ‘stoic’ is generally to be considered calm in enduring hardship. What did it mean originally?
The ‘Stoics’ were something of an extremist group founded in Athens and Rome in the 3rd Century.

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Speak Up: 70th Edition

1. Aristotle’s forgotten appeals
2. The Style Council
3. A stoic view of trust by Ewan Pearson
4. Wedding speeches by Alastair Grant

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