The Entrepreneurs – The Trampery by M24: The Entrepreneurs

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In 2009 Charles Armstrong launched The Trampery, the first co-working space to take root in Shoreditch, a district of east London that has since become crowded with shared workspaces catering to the area’s creative and entrepreneurial communities. Over the past nine years, Charles has grown the brand and opened more properties across the capital. But he is now in the process of completing a project on a far grander scale. The Trampery Fish Island Village is a new mixed-use development in Hackney Wick, which will include London’s largest dedicated campus for emerging fashion labels.
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Midori House – Edition 1715 by Monocle 24: Midori House

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Join Monocle’s editors and guests drawn from our unrivalled pool of international commentators, analysts and experts to unpack the issues dominating the day’s agenda. From diplomatic wrangles and border disputes to big business and frontline politics, this is the programme you need to hear to make sense of a dynamic and sometimes volatile world.
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Sipo, Amnesty and “Foreign Money” / Colm O’Gorman on Pope Francis’s Visit by Inside Politics

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First we look at the news that broke yesterday that Amnesty International Ireland has won its challenge to an order made by the Standards in Public Office Commission, or Sipo. Sipo ordered Amnesty to return money to a foreign donor as it was given to be used ‘for political purposes’.

The news raises questions about how Sipo came to its flawed decision but also about how we control the flow of money in our politics.

Hugh discusses these issues with Colm O’Gorman of Amnesty, Liz Carolan of the Transparent Referendum Initiative and our own Political Editor Pat Leahy.

Later on Colm, who is a survivor of clerical abuse, talks about his attitude to the visit of Pope Francis to Ireland next month.
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Why Germany Isn’t Picking Up More of NATO’s Tab by War College

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One of the great strains on NATO is the question of who’s paying how much for what. But that’s not a new problem. Almost as long as the alliance has been around – 69 years – there’s been arguing over the bills. Germany has been a particular target of late, with the United States calling on the economic powerhouse to pay up. Kathleen Hicks of the Center for Strategic and International Studies offers some needed perspective.

You can listen to War College on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play or follow our RSS directly. Our website is warcollegepodcast.com. You can reach us on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/warcollegepodcast/; and on Twitter: @War_College.

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Why Germany Isn’t Picking Up More of NATO’s Tab by War College

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One of the great strains on NATO is the question of who’s paying how much for what. But that’s not a new problem. Almost as long as the alliance has been around – 69 years – there’s been arguing over the bills. Germany has been a particular target of late, with the United States calling on the economic powerhouse to pay up. Kathleen Hicks of the Center for Strategic and International Studies offers some needed perspective.

You can listen to War College on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play or follow our RSS directly. Our website is warcollegepodcast.com. You can reach us on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/warcollegepodcast/; and on Twitter: @War_College.

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