Monthly Archives: August 2015
…think seriously about this one, to the UK Government: Accept more asylum seekers and increase support for refugee migrants in the UK. There is a global refugee crisis. The UK is not offering proportional asylum in comparison with European counterparts. … Continue reading
Teachers preparing for a return to school later this week expressed themselves flabbergasted by a Government decision to ban childhood classic, “The Silver Sword”, by Ian Serraillier, from reading lists this autumn.
Labour Party supporters were this evening shocked and dismayed to learn that officials had decided to cancel the leadership election and hand the decision over to George Osborne “in perpetuity” – or at least until such time as someone could … Continue reading
Call me out of touch: but i hadn’t actually noticed that Jeremy Corbyn had mooted the idea of women-only carriages as part of a response to Violence Against Women until i was woken at half-past-ridiculous by an bright and cheery … Continue reading
Hungary: then and now 2014 ‘Danke Ungarn’ is how Germany is thanking Hungary on the billboards installed throughout the country, an expression of gratitude for helping German unification by opening up the Hungarian-Austrian border to East Germans 25 years ago … Continue reading