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Daily Telegraph
Cameron is showing his true (liberal) coloursA couple of weeks earlier, David Cameron had given a speech on the subject of “
Cameron is showing his true (liberal) colours
Daily Telegraph / Posted 9 hours ago
A couple of weeks earlier, David Cameron had given a speech on the subject of “Life Chances”. In it he ritualistically paid his respects to the free market – “the best tool ever invented for generating prosperity and improving living standards”. Then... Read more
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walesonline
Tim Farron's message to Wales decodedA moral crusade “A post-war record of 190,000 refugees entered Europe in 2014
Tim Farron's message to Wales decoded
walesonline / Posted yesterday
A moral crusade “A post-war record of 190,000 refugees entered Europe in 2014 – a record that was broken five times over when a million entered in 2015 – a million desperate people fleeing to our continent. And in 2016, we predict three... Read more
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express
NIGEL FARAGE: It costs £55 MILLION a day to be an EU member – and for what? THE KEY moment for me and my understanding of the political establishment of
NIGEL FARAGE: It costs £55 MILLION a day to be an EU member – and for what?
express / Posted 2 days ago
THE KEY moment for me and my understanding of the political establishment of this country was a moment during the debates with Nick Clegg that I did in 2014. Ukip leader... Read more
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walesonline
Tim Farron's message to Wales decodedWe'll fight for the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon “[You] know exactly how little re
Tim Farron's message to Wales decoded
walesonline / Posted 2 days ago
We'll fight for the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon “[You] know exactly how little regard the Tories have for our sustainable future with their latest dithering over the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon. So let me make it absolutely dead clear: The Swansea Bay... Read more
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The Ham&High Network
Former MP lifts the lid on her successful campaign for same-sex marriage Lynne Featherstone celebrates the release of her book Equal Ever After outosi
Former MP lifts the lid on her successful campaign for same-sex marriage
The Ham&High Network / Posted 2 days ago
Lynne Featherstone celebrates the release of her book Equal Ever After outoside the House of Lords. Photo: Polly Hancock Lynne Featherstone, former MP for Hornsey and Wood... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
David Cameron must set out 'consequences' of his EU negotiation in TV debate, says Liam Fox“The Prime Minister says that he would join the EU on these terms even if we we
David Cameron must set out 'consequences' of his EU negotiation in TV debate, says Liam Fox
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
“The Prime Minister says that he would join the EU on these terms even if we weren’t already a member – I am sure the public would love to hear his explanation. • Lord Rose: Britons will vote to stay in Europe by a 'substantial margin' “I am sure... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
EU referendum: Voters are 'crying out' for a televised debate, say democracy campaignersThe Electoral Reform Society fights for fairer votes and better democracy. It
EU referendum: Voters are 'crying out' for a televised debate, say democracy campaigners
Daily Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
The Electoral Reform Society fights for fairer votes and better democracy. It was founded in the late 19th century when it became clear the political system was failing to rise to the challenges presented by an emerging modern Britain. Ms Ghose... Read more
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Evening Standard
Nick Clegg: Moderates need to fight the extreme Right and LeftSo in the end, it wasn’t The Donald but Ted Cruz who won. Cruz, the man who cla
Nick Clegg: Moderates need to fight the extreme Right and Left
Evening Standard / Posted 4 days ago
So in the end, it wasn’t The Donald but Ted Cruz who won. Cruz, the man who claims Obamacare is “the biggest job-killer” in the US, who will “build a wall that works” on the US border, who wants to carpet- bomb Syria until “sand can glow in the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
David Cameron urged to take part in EU referendum debate with No campaignLord Lawson of Blaby, the former Chancellor who was announced as the chairman o
David Cameron urged to take part in EU referendum debate with No campaign
Daily Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
Lord Lawson of Blaby, the former Chancellor who was announced as the chairman of the Vote Leave campaign on Wednesday night, said: “He is at present maintaining the fiction that we have to wait until the so-called renegotiation has been concluded.... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Everton pioneer mental health awareness against NewcastleEVERTON will become the first Premier League team to dedicate a themed matchday
Everton pioneer mental health awareness against Newcastle
Liverpool Echo / Posted 5 days ago
EVERTON will become the first Premier League team to dedicate a themed matchday to mental health issues. Time to Talk Day, highlighting awareness of the stigma around mental health, is on Thursday, February 4 - and the Blues have dedicated their... Read more
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Computer Business Review
Driverless, automated & connected: How the Gov’t is planning a revival of the UK’s motor industryThe UK government has set its sights on boosting manufacturing in the country,
Driverless, automated & connected: How the Gov’t is planning a revival of the UK’s motor industry
Computer Business Review / Posted 5 days ago
The UK government has set its sights on boosting manufacturing in the country, with a mission to make Great Britain great again in the automotive space. In the first week of February 2016, eight projects related to smart connected cars were awarded... Read more
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express
Ruby Wax: Mindfulness is the only thing that can dig me out of despair RUBY Wax only turned to mindfulness, she admits, because she was “desperate”.
Ruby Wax: Mindfulness is the only thing that can dig me out of despair
express / Posted 7 days ago
RUBY Wax only turned to mindfulness, she admits, because she was “desperate”. Ruby has been an advocate for mental health for the past seven years After a lifetime of recurrent... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Tim Farron, leader of the Liberal Democrats, admits he won't be rememberedHe voted in favour of allowing marriage between two people of same sex at the s
Tim Farron, leader of the Liberal Democrats, admits he won't be remembered
Daily Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
He voted in favour of allowing marriage between two people of same sex at the second reading of the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill but he voted not to timetable the debate on the Bill, which would have made it much more difficult to pass had the... Read more
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Daily Mirror
What time is the Iowa caucus - and how does it work?It may seem like the US elections have been going on forever already - but in r
What time is the Iowa caucus - and how does it work?
Daily Mirror / Posted 7 days ago
It may seem like the US elections have been going on forever already - but in reality, they're just getting started. Tonight, members of the Democratic and Republican parties in Iowa will meet up to cast their first votes to determine which... Read more
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The New Statesman
"It will be like a 1950s election": the 2015 election in review“It [the 2015 election] will be like a Fifties election,” one of the Labour lea
"It will be like a 1950s election": the 2015 election in review
The New Statesman / Posted 10 days ago
“It [the 2015 election] will be like a Fifties election,” one of the Labour leadership contenders told me, gleefully, in 2010. They foresaw the Liberal Democrats paying a terrible price, and politics returning to its two-party setting: Labour against... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Tories accused of "contempt for the north" as MORE Powerhouse jobs face a moveA Northern Powerhouse minister has been accused of "contempt for the north" as
Tories accused of "contempt for the north" as MORE Powerhouse jobs face a move
Daily Mirror / Posted 10 days ago
A Northern Powerhouse minister has been accused of "contempt for the north" as she appeared to say even MORE jobs could be moved to southern England. Ms Soubry hit back today, saying the government needed to "streamline" the Department for Business,... Read more
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thebee
Industry Titans Offer £30m Forgemasters AidThree of Britain's industrial titans have handed a secret £30m support package
Industry Titans Offer £30m Forgemasters Aid
thebee / Posted 10 days ago
Three of Britain's industrial titans have handed a secret £30m support package to Sheffield Forgemasters, the steelmaker which is a critical supplier to the Trident nuclear submarine programme. Sky News has learnt that the Ministry of Defence (MoD)... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Northern Powerhouse dept to close Sheffield office and move 247 jobs to LondonAnd a dozen more regional offices of the Department for Business Innovation and
Northern Powerhouse dept to close Sheffield office and move 247 jobs to London
Daily Mirror / Posted 11 days ago
And a dozen more regional offices of the Department for Business Innovation and Skills - including six in the North of England - are at risk of closure as the department moves to centralise policy staff. Sheffield MP Nick Clegg condemned the move,... Read more
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The New Statesman
Commons confidential: Every day reshufflingThe Prime Minister bristles at the suggestion that he is a phoney who rules by
Commons confidential: Every day reshuffling
The New Statesman / Posted 11 days ago
The Prime Minister bristles at the suggestion that he is a phoney who rules by PR, so it is surprising that it took his cabinet more than seven months to come up with an explanation for his most glorious own-goal. One of the highlights of the 2015... Read more
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Evening Standard
Lynne Featherstone on writing a book to set the record straightWhat do politicians do after they lose their seat? They write books, silly. Sin
Lynne Featherstone on writing a book to set the record straight
Evening Standard / Posted 11 days ago
What do politicians do after they lose their seat? They write books, silly. Since the collapse of the Liberal Democrats last May, we’ve had volumes from Vince Cable and Norman Baker, neither of which were bestsellers, and can look forward to David... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Officials blew £60k 'refurbishing' Number 10 but won't say what they spent it onOfficials lavished at least £60,000 on 'refurbishing' Number 10 in 2015, but re
Officials blew £60k 'refurbishing' Number 10 but won't say what they spent it on
Daily Mirror / Posted 12 days ago
Officials lavished at least £60,000 on 'refurbishing' Number 10 in 2015, but refuse to say what they spent it on. Figures released today by the Cabinet Office reveal that two payments of around £30,000 each were made in January and May, for "No 10... Read more
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express
Scotland will QUIT the UK if Britain leaves the EU, Tony Blair claims SCOTLAND will break away from the UK if Britain votes to leave the EU, Tony B
Scotland will QUIT the UK if Britain leaves the EU, Tony Blair claims
express / Posted 12 days ago
SCOTLAND will break away from the UK if Britain votes to leave the EU, Tony Blair has warned. Tony Blair has warned of the consequences if Britain leaves the EU The former... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Tony Blair can help keep Britain in the EU by shutting upFew voters trust Tony Blair when he speaks about the EU The think tank British
Tony Blair can help keep Britain in the EU by shutting up
Daily Telegraph / Posted 12 days ago
Few voters trust Tony Blair when he speaks about the EU The think tank British Future looked at this last May, commissioning Survation to ask Britons how much they trusted various public figures when they talk about whether Britain should remain in... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Who is running for president in 2016? A beginners guide to the US electionsThe race to succeed Barack Obama as president of the United States is about to
Who is running for president in 2016? A beginners guide to the US elections
Daily Mirror / Posted 14 days ago
The race to succeed Barack Obama as president of the United States is about to get interesting. Primary season - where each party picks their candidate for the general election - is almost upon us. This election is full of bold characters, bitter... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Celebs asking OAPs to pay for TV licences is moral blackmail - by Paul RoutledgeTV is their best friend. For nearly four million pensioners, the telly in the c
Celebs asking OAPs to pay for TV licences is moral blackmail - by Paul Routledge
Daily Mirror / Posted 14 days ago
TV is their best friend. For nearly four million pensioners, the telly in the corner of the living room is their main form of company. It doesn’t let them down. It doesn’t fail to call. It provides 24-hour entertainment. It keeps them in touch with... Read more
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chroniclelive
Nick Forbes calls on Lib Dem leader Tim Farron to apologise for government cutsThe leader of the Labour-run city council said Mr Farron should use a planned v
Nick Forbes calls on Lib Dem leader Tim Farron to apologise for government cuts
chroniclelive / Posted 14 days ago
The leader of the Labour-run city council said Mr Farron should use a planned visit to the city on Monday to say sorry to people who rely on under-pressure council services. It would see the Cumbrian MP, who was also once president of Newcastle... Read more
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Northern Echo
Lib Dem Tim Farron leader in NewcastleLIBERAL Democrat leader Tim Farron will visit the North-East tomorrow (Monday,
Lib Dem Tim Farron leader in Newcastle
Northern Echo / Posted 15 days ago
LIBERAL Democrat leader Tim Farron will visit the North-East tomorrow (Monday, January 25). The Westmorland and Lonsdale MP will visit Newcastle, meeting the chief executive of the city’s Citizens’ Advice Bureau, which is under threat due to budget... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Painting of Nick Clegg cost the same as tuition fees he pledged not to introduceA new oil painting of Nick Clegg cost exactly the same as the tuition fees he o
Painting of Nick Clegg cost the same as tuition fees he pledged not to introduce
Daily Mirror / Posted 18 days ago
A new oil painting of Nick Clegg cost exactly the same as the tuition fees he once pledged not to introduce. The Lib Dem's lavish likeness will hang in Parliament as a permanent memorial to the leader whose deal with the Tories decimated his... Read more
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Evening Standard
Nick Clegg: Give doctors right to prescribe cannabis for those in painImagine being in constant pain, so much so that you can’t work, you can’t walk
Nick Clegg: Give doctors right to prescribe cannabis for those in pain
Evening Standard / Posted 18 days ago
Imagine being in constant pain, so much so that you can’t work, you can’t walk around town, you can’t lift things, you can’t even find a restful position to sleep in. Imagine that every medicine your doctor prescribes to you is either too weak to... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
'Nick Clegg looking sad' is captured for eternity in his official Parliamentary portrait“What was even more unnerving was that when I first saw it and remarked about h
'Nick Clegg looking sad' is captured for eternity in his official Parliamentary portrait
Daily Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
“What was even more unnerving was that when I first saw it and remarked about how pale and tired I looked, my assistant pointed out that he had captured me perfectly.” During his five years as Deputy Prime Minister from 2010 to 2015 photographs of... Read more
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express
Failed Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg has £9,000 portrait and YOU'RE paying for it NICK Clegg saw his party crash to near-oblivion in last year's general electi
Failed Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg has £9,000 portrait and YOU'RE paying for it
express / Posted 19 days ago
NICK Clegg saw his party crash to near-oblivion in last year's general election but tomorrow night he achieves a very exclusive immortality thanks to taxpayers stumping up... Read more
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Scotsman
Andrew Whitaker: Junior doctors striking blow to austerity Junior doctors in England went on strike yesterday over the imposition of cont
Andrew Whitaker: Junior doctors striking blow to austerity
Scotsman / Posted 20 days ago
Junior doctors in England went on strike yesterday over the imposition of controversial new contracts. Picture: AFP/Getty Images CAMERON seems intent on taking a hard line with junior medics... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Labour review largely absolves Ed Miliband and his policies as blame for election defeat is sent elsewhereLabour’s election campaign was described as the “best ever” by reports quoted i
Labour review largely absolves Ed Miliband and his policies as blame for election defeat is sent elsewhere
Daily Telegraph / Posted 20 days ago
Labour’s election campaign was described as the “best ever” by reports quoted in the review, which concluded that the party “certainly did not lose the campaign on the ground”. At one point the report says victory “was unachievable after the fall... Read more
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Scotsman
Sarra Hoy and Edith Bowman criticise ‘condescending’ childcare author Sarra Hoy - wife of Olympian Sir Chris Hoy - with her son Callum. Picture: Con
Sarra Hoy and Edith Bowman criticise ‘condescending’ childcare author
Scotsman / Posted 20 days ago
Sarra Hoy - wife of Olympian Sir Chris Hoy - with her son Callum. Picture: Contributed SIR Chris Hoy’s wife Sarra and radio presenter Edith Bowman have taken to Twitter to... Read more
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express
Taxpayers fork out £6.4million for immigration centre more expensive than RitzREVEALED: BRITISH taxpayers have forked out a staggering £6.4million for an i
Taxpayers fork out £6.4million for immigration centre more expensive than Ritz
express / Posted 20 days ago
REVEALED: BRITISH taxpayers have forked out a staggering £6.4million for an immigration centre which holds just 14 families. Cedars opened in 2011 to accommodate... Read more
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Scotsman
Sarra Hoy and Edith Bowman tweet criticism of childcare author Sarra Hoy - wife of Olympian Sir Chris Hoy - with her son Callum. Picture: Con
Sarra Hoy and Edith Bowman tweet criticism of childcare author
Scotsman / Posted 21 days ago
Sarra Hoy - wife of Olympian Sir Chris Hoy - with her son Callum. Picture: Contributed SIR Chris Hoy’s wife Sarra and radio presenter Edith Bowman have taken to Twitter to criticise a... Read more
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express
Giving Muslim women English lessons is a good idea – but will it REALLY tackle extremism? IT is remarkable that it has taken a Conservative prime minister to speak up
Giving Muslim women English lessons is a good idea – but will it REALLY tackle extremism?
express / Posted 21 days ago
IT is remarkable that it has taken a Conservative prime minister to speak up for the British Muslim women who are shut up at home and deprived of the... Read more
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Evening Standard
Sam Leith: Dawn raids and slander but no police evidenceDo you remember “I agree with Nick”? There was this golden moment, ahead of the
Sam Leith: Dawn raids and slander but no police evidence
Evening Standard / Posted 21 days ago
Do you remember “I agree with Nick”? There was this golden moment, ahead of the 2010 general election, when Nick Clegg — who, for the benefit of younger readers, was the leader of a party called the Liberal Democrats — aced the pre-election Leaders’... Read more
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Express and Star
Pupils in West Midlands record among worst GCSE results in the country « Express & StarWolverhampton comes out worst of the West Midlands authorities with just 46.4 p
Pupils in West Midlands record among worst GCSE results in the country « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 24 days ago
Wolverhampton comes out worst of the West Midlands authorities with just 46.4 per cent of pupils achieving five good GCSEs, well below the national average of 56.6 per cent. They are followed by Walsall with 48.7 per cent of students getting five... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Calls for urgent debate on 'gravy train' of top jobs for ex-ministersOn Monday the Mirror revealed how at least 25 shameless Coalition Ministers hav
Calls for urgent debate on 'gravy train' of top jobs for ex-ministers
Daily Mirror / Posted 25 days ago
On Monday the Mirror revealed how at least 25 shameless Coalition Ministers have strolled straight into highly-paid jobs with firms they used to govern. And on Wednesday we told how five Tory and Lib Dem chairman of powerful Commons select... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Tory ministers splash thousands of pounds on limos to carry their PAPERWORKTory ministers have splashed thousands of pounds on chauffeur-driven limos to c
Tory ministers splash thousands of pounds on limos to carry their PAPERWORK
Daily Mirror / Posted 25 days ago
Tory ministers have splashed thousands of pounds on chauffeur-driven limos to carry their paperwork. Official 'red boxes' have been transported without ministers by their side nearly 2,000 times in three years despite the party vowing a... Read more
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The New Statesman
This is what global warming looks like: the new age of floodingEducational inequality in England remains a disgrace. In few countries in the W
This is what global warming looks like: the new age of flooding
The New Statesman / Posted 25 days ago
Educational inequality in England remains a disgrace. In few countries in the Western world does a child’s family inheritance so strongly determine what he or she achieves in life. As Michael Gove, then the education secretary, said in a fine speech... Read more
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The New Statesman
Commons confidential: Poor MomentumEducational inequality in England remains a disgrace. In few countries in the W
Commons confidential: Poor Momentum
The New Statesman / Posted 25 days ago
Educational inequality in England remains a disgrace. In few countries in the Western world does a child’s family inheritance so strongly determine what he or she achieves in life. As Michael Gove, then the education secretary, said in a fine speech... Read more
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The New Statesman
Room tries to be universal - but it's just as trapped as its charactersEducational inequality in England remains a disgrace. In few countries in the W
Room tries to be universal - but it's just as trapped as its characters
The New Statesman / Posted 25 days ago
Educational inequality in England remains a disgrace. In few countries in the Western world does a child’s family inheritance so strongly determine what he or she achieves in life. As Michael Gove, then the education secretary, said in a fine speech... Read more
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The New Statesman
Remembering David Bowie on airEducational inequality in England remains a disgrace. In few countries in the W
Remembering David Bowie on air
The New Statesman / Posted 25 days ago
Educational inequality in England remains a disgrace. In few countries in the Western world does a child’s family inheritance so strongly determine what he or she achieves in life. As Michael Gove, then the education secretary, said in a fine speech... Read more
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The New Statesman
Labour's problems are bigger and wider than its leaderEducational inequality in England remains a disgrace. In few countries in the W
Labour's problems are bigger and wider than its leader
The New Statesman / Posted 25 days ago
Educational inequality in England remains a disgrace. In few countries in the Western world does a child’s family inheritance so strongly determine what he or she achieves in life. As Michael Gove, then the education secretary, said in a fine speech... Read more
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The New Statesman
Leader: The education divideEducational inequality in England remains a disgrace. In few countries in the W
Leader: The education divide
The New Statesman / Posted 25 days ago
Educational inequality in England remains a disgrace. In few countries in the Western world does a child’s family inheritance so strongly determine what he or she achieves in life. As Michael Gove, then the education secretary, said in a fine speech... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Nick Clegg pockets £22,500 speaking fee from Goldman SachsNick Clegg has trousered £22,500 from banking giant Goldman Sachs - four years
Nick Clegg pockets £22,500 speaking fee from Goldman Sachs
Daily Mirror / Posted 26 days ago
Nick Clegg has trousered £22,500 from banking giant Goldman Sachs - four years after saying he wanted to wring bankers’ necks. The former Lib Dem leader pocketed £150-a-minute for the address and hosting a question-and-answer session on the same... Read more
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International Business Times
SNP firebrand Alex Salmond makes 'shoot from hip' LBC Radio debut Unburdened by the office of the First Minister of Scotland, Alex Salmond has pr
SNP firebrand Alex Salmond makes 'shoot from hip' LBC Radio debut
International Business Times / Posted 26 days ago
Unburdened by the office of the First Minister of Scotland, Alex Salmond has promised that he will "shoot straight from the hip" on his new radio show. The SNP firebrand will debut his weekly slot on LBC at 16:00 (GMT) alongside host Iain Dale on 13... Read more
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guardian-series
Pay teachers in poor areas more to raise standards: CleggPaying teachers more to work in poorly-performing areas of the country could he
Pay teachers in poor areas more to raise standards: Clegg
guardian-series / Posted 27 days ago
Paying teachers more to work in poorly-performing areas of the country could help end the "postcode inequality" of education in England and Wales, former deputy prime minister Nick Clegg has suggested. The ex-Liberal Democrat leader is chairing a... Read more
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