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Come on Francis…..


In a world full of inequalities and injustice at a scale that few of us can really understand it is easy to settle on small and relatively inconsequential issues and make these seem more important than they really are so … Continue reading

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A right old Eton’s mess


It has been widely reported that David Cameron and Michael Gove have, in the last few days held a meeting with headteachers from a number of prestigious public schools including the PM’s almer mater (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-14859876). The meeting with this already well-connected and privileged part of the education sector was … Continue reading

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Do we need a deliberative democracy?


A fascinating exchange took place on the Today programme in the 08:50 slot on Friday 29th July with Sarah Montague interviewing The leader of the House of Commons, Sir George Young on the latest plans to open up Parliament to … Continue reading

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