In this episode we discuss Universal Basic Income, the latest fashionable idea popular on the libertarian right as well as the liberal left. We talk about the countries where UBI has been piloted, and is giving people money a practical and useful way to solve the problems of the modern economy.
Our theme tune is Plucky Good Times by Dave Depper, and our logo is designed by @jamescram.
On this episode of Not Enough Champagne, we discuss research from a Harvard Business Review study of 411 Head Teachers. What qualities make a great school leader? Are these the same qualities which lead to national recognition? And can Cory explain what Progress 8 is in a coherent fashion? Listen to us talk about all this with special guest Brigid Jones.
Our theme tune is Plucky Good Times by Dave Depper and @jamescram designed our logo.
In this episode, we discuss personal responsibility at the ballot box with newly-elected chair of Birmingham Fabians LJ Davies. Is voting a right or a privilege? Do voters have a duty to involve themselves in the issues of a campaign? Should voting be made compulsory? And is Steve so apathetic that he couldn't even be bothered to vote for himself?
Our theme tune is Plucky Good Times by Dave Depper and our logo is designed by James Cram.
This week on Not Enough Champagne, we talk budgets with special guest Brigid Jones. When will support for the austerity agenda wane? How the hell do you find more cuts after seven years of constant cutting? We discuss Birmingham's dire situation as well as the choice facing Philip Hammond on Wednesday.
Our theme tune is Plucky Good Times by Dave Depper, and @jamescram designed our logo.