John Walker from C|T Local

Planning Reform: a vote winner or a vote loser?

John Walker from C|T Local explains the implications of the Government's Housing White Paper and previews exclusive research carried out by C|T Group ...

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The Rise of Class Actions in Europe: Will London Remain The Preferred Choice?

The prominence of English law and London is no longer unrivalled for collective actions.

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C|T Group & one club’s date in sporting history

C|T Corporate Advisory Director Jonathon Flegg discusses our most recent victory in the sports advisory space, and the instrumental role that C|T Grou...

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If everyone is thinking alike, then no one is thinking…

The Importance of Cognitive Diversity in Arbitral Tribunals to Enhance the Quality of Arbitral Decision Making

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1.6M more Tory votes in building homes and levelling up

A new poll from C|T Local, Sir Lynton Crosby’s real estate advisory business, and the Adam Smith Institute, finds that Conservatives could achieve m...

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AUKUS: Brits are undecided but the PM must convince them

While voters see the US as still the dominant political force in the world, a plurality of Britons and Australians believe China will overtake the US ...

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AU / UK / US research finds support in Australia for strategic partnerships with the United States

The rise of China’s influence is one of the chief issues of concern to Australian voters when it comes to global affairs as the world starts to reco...

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Media risks drawing the wrong lessons from America’s polling fiasco

JB Priestley, the novelist and playwright, was being mischievous when he said that “public opinion polls are rather like children in a garden, diggi...

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Australia’s military is set to become a potent regional force for good

With its far-sighted new defence policy, the Australian Government has taken important steps to ensure we can better shape our own destiny. This is e...

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Sleepwalking into a spiral of urban decay: why we need to get back to the office

Empty stores in our cities are an increasingly common sight. Reserve Bank governor Philip Lowe even referenced the rising levels of empty retail space...

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