‘Duty: A Love Letter To Queen Elizabeth II’ author Owen Grant Innes’s article for SaltWire
COMMENTARY: A love letter from Halifax to Elizabeth II | SaltWire
How the Queen gave one LGBQT Canadian artist the world when it seemed like an unwelcoming place
Sebastian Chambers, author of ‘The A-Z of Inequality’, in The London Economic
How the Bank of England’s zero interest rate policy has widened the wealth gap
Debt and inflation work very differently for those who are not wealthy.
‘The A-Z of Inequality’ author Sebastian Chambers in Finance Monthly
Why The Government Needs To Scrap The Bank Of England’s Inflation Target
Sebastian Chambers, author of The A-Z of Inequality, shares his opinion on why the UK government should scrap the Bank of England’s inflation target.
‘Duty: A Love Letter to Queen Elizabeth II’ by Owen Grant Innes in Troy Media
How Queen Elizabeth gave one LGBTQ+ man the world
OWEN GRANT INNES: She first led me through the crossroads of life
whitefox CEO John Bond features in Metro
These are the books people wish they could read for the first time again
Booksellers share their most unputdownable reads.
‘Killing Me Softly’ author Guy Hale in Blues Matters Magazine
‘Under the Skin’ author Alex Anstey in BookBrunch
The NHS: a testimony from the red zone
BookBrunch – The publishing trade’s daily news magazine
whitefox Sales & Business Development Director Chris Wold discusses self-publishing on Gabriela Blandy’s YouTube channel
whitefox CEO John Bond on The Write and Wrong Podcast
‘DUTY’ by Owen Grant Innes in Milan fashion, design & lifestyle newspaper boop
Elisabetta II, amata icona gay (dalla nostra corrispondente a Londra Antonella Zangaro)
boop fashion story
whitefox CSO Annabel Wright in WeAreTheCity
Starting a business? Self-publish a book
Annabel Wright, CSO of whitefox publishing, a self-publishing company, explains why putting pen to paper – and keeping control of the process – could be a smart career move for women on the road to realising their business ambitions.
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