Last week the Washington Post published the results of a phone survey of 1900 adults, on a range of issues, with individuals identified Continue reading
News emerged this week that the government is scrapping the early repayment penalties they intended on implementing upon graduates who Continue reading
In earlier posts (1, 2) I outlined some issues with the government’s NHS proposals. Here I finish the job… Ending Continue reading
[Potential spoiler alert] Within five days I saw Never Let Me Go not once, but twice. It’s not often I’ll Continue reading
In a previous post, I outlined my general concerns and issues with the NHS. It’s clear that most people (myself Continue reading
Despite the understandable cacophony about particular issues around the coalition government’s cuts-fuelled policies (tuition fees, tax evasion, funding for respite Continue reading
Grazia caused a minor storm today by tweeting a question for debate positing marrying a wealthy husband against having a career. But where did this question arise from?
A group of young people in Gaza have organised an anti-politics manifesto for change, the Guardian reports. They express deep Continue reading