Not so pure and simple: What the riot report tells us

The latest report on the riots published by the Riots, Communities and Victims Panel reveals nothing new. The main points made about bad parenting, lack of social access, the issue of police, communication and the role of schools are not new ideas, but perhaps the publicity that this report has received will finally make the … Continue reading

The decline of the politician: What we can learn from Cash for Cameron

British politics at the moment is in a complete state of disarray. I often don’t know whether to collapse laughing or cry endlessly whilst ripping my hair out. It’s not just about the cuts to our system being generously dished out by the coalition government, or the unceremonious stripping of our NHS, or the botched … Continue reading

You never know what tomorrow holds

Well, as you can tell from the lack of posts over the last few months, I haven’t been around. Just as I was resigned to disappearing into the abyss of unemployment, my hopes were answered in a way I never expected. Within a week of launching this blog and posting my woeful outlook on youth … Continue reading

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