The Henry Kissinger Lecture

10.06.2014

The Rothschild Foundation hosted the Henry Kissinger Lecture at the Royal Academy on 19th May to honour the work and lifetime achievements of Dr Henry Kissinger and to mark his 90th birthday.


To reflect Kissinger ...

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Schools 'should ban unhealthy packed lunches'

10.02.2013

11:39AM GMT 10 Feb 2013 The Coalition’s advisors on school food said head teachers should prevent pupils bringing their own lunches into school – and ban them from visiting fast food outlets – amid continuing ...

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Mayor's Fund gives 5,000 hungry pupils breakfast before lessons

08.01.2013

More than 5,000 children will be given free breakfasts to stop them going hungry during the school day, Boris Johnson announced today.

 The Mayor’s Fund ...

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Divine detour: Can a museum of Christianity succeed in Britain?

07.10.2012

COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG in Virginia and the French medieval attraction of Puy du Fou are proof that history can be a huge tourist attraction. America’s largest outdoor history museum attracts 1.7m visitors a year ...

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Bill Clinton: cutting use of natural resources would help US economy

13.07.2012

Bill Clinton has warned that the US needs to cut its consumption of natural resources if it is to stave off the threats of climate change and rising prices.

The former president said the economy ...

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