Category Archives: Politics

A New Political Future?

6 months. Its been 6 months since I last published some thoughts on here. Too long. That’s not to say my brain froze up, or my passion died. Rather life decided I needed to focus my attention elsewhere. Now I … Continue reading

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EDl vs UAF vs …?

Today the EDL visited Leicester to be met by the police and the UAF. This has been quite a tense arrival for this date, as the article and it’s links have shown, yet out of the other side initial arrests … Continue reading

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A Missed Opportunity?

I was quite hesitant about posting this, especially on a day like today; but as I have mentioned before I tend to be fairly emotionally inert and I am not often afraid to stand up when I think its important. … Continue reading

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How Equal is Equality in Education?

I tend to spend most mornings having a quick flick through the news on three websites – the BBC, the Telegraph online and the Guardian online.  I appreciate what I am exposing myself on each of these sites (although I … Continue reading

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Why “Great Man” History matters

Its been a while since I put thoughts on screen. In part this has been because of the arrival of school summer holidays, and a wonderful 10 day visit from my nephew and niece. All this has taken a but … Continue reading

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Free Education?

I have been reading alot about education recently, appropriate considering my hopeful career move, and I have come to a first conclusion; politics ruins education. Lets just get rid of the politics and the politicians, establish a profession of people … Continue reading

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Why British History Should Be Taught In Schools

I have been going over this in the back of my mind for a while now and I am still not entirely sure that I am settled with all the facts and balances, so expect a review of this – … Continue reading

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