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Today is the one hundredth International Women’s Day. Whilst I can’t speak for the first half of the past century, I recall fairly clearly most of the second half. And strangely – given that my early years were of necessity geographically … Continue reading
We went to see the film Inside Job this evening. A hit at the Cannes Film Festival last year, it was also an Academy nominee for the Best Documentary in 2010. Written and produced by Charles Ferguson, this film demonstrates beyond doubt that the 2008 meltdown … Continue reading
Education in England appears to be undergoing not so much a policy review as sporadic and random assault, if recent decisions by Michael Gove, the Education Secretary, are any guide to what’s happening. First we have the school sports fiasco (personally … Continue reading
We learn today (29 December 2010) that cash machines are to be one of the delivery points for the Government’s ‘new culture of giving‘. Apparently 8% of the UK population currently ‘gives’ 47% of the cash (wouldn’t it be good … Continue reading