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Victim Complexes in Media Studies

Victim Complexes in Media Studies

Jordan Holbrook March 21, 2018 0

Devoted readers of mine will be aware I am keeping tabs of the ever-growing Marxist and Leftist prevalence in modern academia (see here, here and here) and today I bring you another indictment of

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Let kids talk back! Why we need debate in schools now more than ever

Let kids talk back! Why we need debate in schools now more than ever

James McQuillan October 2, 2017 0

I’ve brought this up countless times on a lot of issues, with varying results of (no) success. It’s as though people have completely forgotten that freedom of speech infers that there will inevitably be

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Headteacher reports ex-pupil to police over Anarchism fears

Headteacher reports ex-pupil to police over Anarchism fears

Milton September 6, 2013 3

A headteacher has reported one of his ex pupils to the police for setting up a blog which criticised the way his school was run.   The blog criticises the school spending on promotional

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Old Holborn: National A(rse) Level Day

Old Holborn August 16, 2013 2

Hundreds of thousands of young minds, already stunted by an education system that is designed purely to promote the political agendas of those in power, yesterday received judgement from their Educational Overlords; It was

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“Teach me to live!”: PHSE within the National Curriculum

“Teach me to live!”: PHSE within the National Curriculum

Backbencher August 13, 2013 0

James Evans makes the case for a keener focus upon PHSE within the National Curriculum. ‘Social mobility’: the two word mantra which is so reverentially repeated by parliamentarians up and down the country as

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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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