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One Conference And A Funeral

Michael St George April 19, 2013 0

On the face of it, there might not appear to be any kind of consequential relationship between two apparently unconnected events held on successive days this week – the funeral of former Prime Minister

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Faith teaching: State knows best?

Backbencher April 5, 2013 1

  Richard Elliott Today, April the 5th, marks the 88th anniversary of the opening proceedings of the infamous Scopes Trial of Dayton, Tennessee, which irrevocably altered the way the United States conducted its national

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Rhagoriaeth i bawb – or possibly not

Michael St George February 22, 2013 1

Wales is doing its schoolchildren a disservice by insisting on educating them in Welsh. On 7th February, Leanne Wood, the unashamedly leftist leader of the Welsh Nationalist Plaid Cymru party, appeared on BBC2’s Daily

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Blaming the poor will do us a fat lot of good, Anna

Blaming the poor will do us a fat lot of good, Anna

Andrew Thorpe-Apps January 26, 2013 6

Andrew Thorpe-Apps advises Anna Soubry that health is about education not economics. PUBLIC Health Minister Anna Soubry has made some good points in the obesity debate. She has urged manufacturers to cut the sugar,

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Age Of Consent: Is it Time To Lower The Bar?

Age Of Consent: Is it Time To Lower The Bar?

Lee Jenkins January 24, 2013 6

Isn’t it about time we thought about lowering the Age of Consent to 14? THERE are depressingly few fields in which Britain claims top spot among our European partners. More depressing still is that

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Why Free Schools are the Future

Why Free Schools are the Future

Andrew Thorpe-Apps November 19, 2012 5

Britain has always had a strong reputation when it comes to education. Parents from across the globe want their children to be brought up with British values and a thirst for knowledge. Yet the

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Cameron’s speech sets the ‘Aspiration Nation’ to work. Just how could the Tories win in 2015?

Cameron’s speech sets the ‘Aspiration Nation’ to work. Just how could the Tories win in 2015?

Christopher Gage October 10, 2012 6

The final day of the Conservative party conference was always going to leave the Prime Minister’s speech to very last. David Cameron’s biggest task today was largely to convince the swathes of the nation

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Britain’s Rudderless Graduates

Britain’s Rudderless Graduates

Lee Jenkins October 8, 2012 1

It’s not a great time to be a young person in Europe. Spanish youth unemployment is an eye watering fifty percent. Young Greeks and Irish are clambering for the boats, and a generation of

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