The Arab Spring Is Just The Beginning – The Real Revolution Is Still To Come

“How do you expect me to make a living?” screamed street vendor Mohamed Bouazizi as he stood in the middle of the traffic, doused his body in fuel and set himself alight in front of the elegant whitewashed square-arched gateway of the mayor’s office in the bustling Tunisian town of Sidi Bouzid. People in the … Continue reading

We Get What We Pay For – We Should Pay MPs £200k

Am I mad? Is there something wrong me? Am I the only person in the UK outside of the parliamentary pay watch dog who thinks that our MPs should be paid more? And not just a little more, either. I would more than triple the salaries on offer to prospective MPs. A salary of around … Continue reading

The Problem With Britain’s State Education System Can Be Solved

This week we learned that Britain’s education system is stagnating relative to the rest of the world. International assessment tests show that the academic performance of our children is flat-lining. The results cast doubt on the effectiveness of our state school system and question the whole direction of government education policy during the last decade. … Continue reading

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