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Keir Starmer: Put country first, then reform electoral system, and more

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Keir Starmer: Put country first, then reform electoral system
By Clive Horwood
While Labour basks in the glow of a thumping 170-seat majority, smarter heads in the party – and indeed across the political spectrum – should quickly turn to consider the UK electoral system that delivered it to them.

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UK’s relative stability amid storm-tossed seas
By Meghnad Desai, David Marsh and Nikhil Sanghani
Britain is set for a period of relative calm under Prime Minister Keir Starmer, but it cannot avoid turbulent crosscurrents from the rest of Europe and the world.

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Pension funds ‘overwhelmed’ by inconsistent transition regulations
By Emma McGarthy and Sarah Moloney
Divergence in European, Asian and North American approaches to transition finance is holding back progress on net-zero targets.

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The snap election in France: implications for Europe and beyond
Monday 8 July, Roundtable
Following the second round of voting on 7 July, this roundtable considers the factors that shaped the result and the key issues facing the new administration.​​​​​​

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Building a thriving CBDC ecosystem
Wolfram Seidemann, chief executive officer of Giesecke+Devrient Currency Technology, joins OMFIF to discuss why the public and private sectors need to pool their strengths to build a thriving CBDC ecosystem.

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DMI Journal: Summer 2024
This edition of the DMI Journal is based on discussions that took place at the 2024 Digital money summit, our annual flagship event where experts and policy-makers discuss the future of money.

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