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Total 38 Posts

Omicron variant – Signs so far suggest the potential threat is high.

7 min read
Given the potential threat of Omicron, it makes sense to assume a worst-case scenario and plan for this, rather than respond too late.

Asylum seekers crossing the Channel – Stop the BS!

4 min read
No one risks their life crossing one of the busiest shipping routes in the world for a fiver a day, a cheap mobile phone and to be stuck three-to-a-room in a dilapidated hell hole while struggling to access the legal system.

Examining the financial sustainability of mainstream schools in England.

5 min read
Some schools have reduced staffing levels or changed the support provided to pupils with special educational needs and disabilities because of financial pressures on schools’ provision.

The perfect figurehead for a corrupt and unreformable Westminster.

5 min read
What the Tories are getting with Boris Johnson is precisely what they should have expected they were going to get. He’s incapable of change and as such is a perfect figurehead for a corrupt and shambolic Westminster which is incapable of reform.

‘I don’t feel like a person anymore’ – The emotional side of claiming universal credit.

4 min read
Being on universal credit affects people in more ways than just financial.

A pause to reflect.

14 min read
With the Northern Ireland Protocol talks looking set to continue, some reflections on how narratives of the success and failure of Brexit are developing and how these will eventually coalesce into a ‘received image’.

Brexit. Assessing the mood in Stratford-upon-Avon.

3 min read
A sizable proportion of the British public has resisted the Eurosceptic propaganda over the years and retained a healthy scepticism not towards the EU, but towards our present government.
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