24 October 2016

Hats off to Gary Lineker – the issue isn’t numbers but resources

24 October 2016,
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Gary Lineker has been riding Twitter tackles as nimbly as he handled lunging defenders in his footballing days. After calling The Sun’s coverage of […]


10 October 2016

Déjà vu on Grammar Schools: how pupil power overthrew delusion and division

10 October 2016,
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Hendon County, 1971, Lower Sixth: Peter Mandelson (front row, second from left), Steve Howell (third row, fourth from left) and Keren Abse (third row, […]


30 August 2016

Tax breaks need to be seen to deliver measurable economic benefits

30 August 2016,
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As Theresa May reviews the policies of the previous regime this summer, she might like to pop ‘ER for investors’ on a misappropriation of […]


2 August 2016

Whiff of double standards in media coverage of Lizzie Armitstead

2 August 2016,
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The case of British cyclist Lizzie Armitstead embodies the best and worst aspects of the doping crisis that continues to engulf almost every sport […]


6 July 2016

Austerity-hit communities won’t take lectures from politicians and super-rich 

6 July 2016,
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Unpicking all the reasons for the unexpected vote to leave the EU will take some time and needs far more objectivity than we have […]


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