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The Bank of England has underestimated the risk inflation poses to stability

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The Bank of England has badly misjudged the persistence of inflation. It is also underestimating the risks that its policies pose to financial stability. The problems, however, don’t stop there. For much of the last d...

The US strategy to counter China in the Pacific could be a $1bn misstep

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After decades of ambivalence, the United States plans to expand its footprint in the Pacific islands region to dimensions larger than at any time since the second world war. But the Biden administration may be on the ...

Can Springboks ever get beyond their ends-justify-the-means approach?

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One of the more amusing moments of this British & Irish Lions tour came on the eve of the third Test when a South American journalist asked the Springboks representatives up for questioning whether the weekend dec...

Eddie Jones’ new-look England? First let’s see if this team survive the summer

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It is unclear whether Eddie Jones wants to change the world but he is looking for a new England. He has given his squad that label this summer, repeatedly urging those for whom the international stage is new to seize ...

Ford inspired by Foxes’ FA Cup victory as Leicester Tigers tackle Montpellier

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It says a lot about the decline of Leicester Tigers that George Ford struggles to remember how old he was the last time they won a major trophy. It was the last of their 10 Premiership titles in 2013 – for the record,...

Villarreal’s Gerard Moreno: meet arguably Spain’s best player right now

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“To tell you the truth, I don’t really like people talking about me and I don’t like seeing myself in the papers,” Gerard Moreno says. Ah, right. Yeah. Sorry about that. Not many people talk about Gerard Moreno, espe...

Sand dunes, sing-songs and hydrotherapy: how Jersey will prime Lions

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The last victorious British & Irish Lions tour of South Africa was back in 1997 and though it was ultimately delivered by a swing of Jeremy Guscott’s right boot, there is a different theory as to why the tourists ...

Maro Itoje helps Saracens power past Bedford but bigger tests lie ahead

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An emphatic Saracens victory on European quarter-finals weekend, with two pivotal matches looming on the horizon, sounds like familiar ground for Mark McCall’s side but these remain uncertain times for the London club...