From the daily archives:

Monday, October 19, 2015

Week 42: Villain – George Osborne & The 21 Labour Abstainers

October 19, 2015

This week, we give a joint award for villainy to the Chancellor of the Exchequer and to the 21 Labour MPs that abstained on his fiscal charter “George Osborne & The 21 Labour Abstainers” might sound like the indie band from hell, but (in a compromise by our editoral board) reflect the two sides of […]

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“….the Right School…..”

October 19, 2015

Last week, the government announced plans to open the first new Grammar School for over thirty years in Kent. What does this mean? Well, for the children in Kent, it means that some of them will have the opportunity to be told that, at the age of 11 they are academically more able to pass […]

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End the winter of discontent of northern hemisphere rugby – rugby should become a summer sport

October 19, 2015

As the dust settles on yet another blistering round of matches at the Rugby World Cup, the rugby commentariat has entered a period of navel gazing on why the sourthern hemisphere is better at rugby than the northern hemisphere. This is slightly misplaced. Southern Hemisphere rugby union is better and it isn’t better than northern […]

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