michael gove »

Why Michael Gove Should Be The Next Prime Minister

Why Michael Gove Should Be The Next Prime Minister

Matthew Cowley July 4, 2016 0

Michael Gove’s combination of liberal Conservative politics and experience in high office make him the ideal candidate to be our next Prime Minister. He opened his campaign with a speech which represented the sort

Read More »
Justice Reform – Free It Up

Justice Reform – Free It Up

Michael Shaw August 21, 2015 0

Prisons across the country are at breaking point. Financially, as a country, we cannot go on like this; the current system is quite simply costing far too much. It is not only failing us

Read More »
Humiliated Government Fails to Oust Speaker

Humiliated Government Fails to Oust Speaker

Robert Tyler March 26, 2015 0

Bercow Survives Government ‘Backhanded Coup’ Backbenchers in Uproar Hague Reputation on the Line Tears on final day of Parliament The final day of this Parliament will certainly be one to remember as the Government

Read More »
Who’s Who in the Race to Replace Cameron?

Who’s Who in the Race to Replace Cameron?

Robert Tyler March 25, 2015 0

On Monday, Texas Senator Ted Cruz fired the starting pistol on the Republican Party Presidential Primary race for 2016 by announcing his full candidacy for the nomination. Cruz is the first candidate to announce

Read More »
#GetGoveReading should try reading for themselves.

#GetGoveReading should try reading for themselves.

Backbencher May 26, 2014 1

  As anyone who has read Mark Twain can tell you “a lie can travel halfway around the world while the truth is putting on its shoes”. In the age of twitter this may

Read More »
007 “License to teach” under Labour plans

007 “License to teach” under Labour plans

Elliot Burns January 20, 2014 0

Perhaps one of the most delicious political moments of 2013 was the Thick of It-esque torture Tristram Hunt was subjected to by Jeremy Paxman. If you haven’t seen it, I more than recommend a

Read More »

Gove’s Reforms Take Turn for the Worst.

Joe Markham June 11, 2013 3

Michael Gove’s reforms have taken a turn for the worst. What was arguably the most promising department to deliver real change and reform is quickly throwing up one bad policy after another. The expansion

Read More »

Education with a capital G

Derek Van De Ven May 27, 2013 1

By Nathan Boyd   Could Michael Gove be the most unpopular Education Secretary in living memory? Last week Michael Gove attended the head teacher’s conference in Birmingham and was heckled during his speech and

Read More »

The publicly bad concept of ‘Public Goods’

Daniel Pryor April 23, 2013 0

  According to Investopedia, a public good can be defined as ‘a product that one individual can consume without reducing its availability to another individual and from which no one is excluded’. You learn

Read More »

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

Read More »
twitter