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When many people think and talk about inequality what they are referring to is the disparity between the incomes of the rich and those in the middle.
The subject of inequality in Britain ought to be central to politics, but most people have fixed ideas about what is happening to the gap between rich and poor that are not soundly based. I thought I should recap what we know, after a post by Flip Chart Rick drew attention to recent OECD figures, [...]
“All of us who are responsible for children’s education are betraying their futures with our failure”
Liz Kendall is giving a speech today at De Montfort University in her Leicester West constituency. It is interesting. Here is the full text:
It’s always a pleasure to be at De Montfort University. As Earl of Leicester, Simon De Montfort summoned the first parliament that included citizens of major towns, not just the aristocracy.
Every Labour [...]
Next week Paris plays host to the third annual Weather Festival. It’s an event that has been growing in stature year on year, and 2015’s edition looks to be one of their most exciting yet, with a cavalcade of artists passing through the event space over the weekend of June 6th and lots of very special performances taking place. With that in mind, we turned to one of the men behind Weather, Brice Coudert, to select some of the most anticipated appearances at the festival…
Social media is awash today with messages marking the first anniversary of Narendra Modi’s swearing in as prime minister. Modi himself is celebrating with tweets to his on-line followers and others that make exaggerated claims about his government’s successes.
Amid all the trending, it is worth noting that the prime minister’s communications with his electorate, and the [...]
Plot 35a is now very green and full of crops that will soon be ready to harvest. The broad bean flowers – traditional white and black but also the dark pink of the crimson flowered variety – are full and look like they’re ready to start popping with tiny pods. The pea bed is a [...]
Most parents with children under the age of five, and every librarian, will be familiar with award-winning Scottish author and illustrator Debi Gliori’s work. Born in Glasgow, she is well known both for her picture books and her novels for children and has been shortlisted for all the major prizes, including the Kate Greenaway Award [...]
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This is my version of the traditional Sicilian aubergine and vegetable stew. Typical serve as a warm side dish or served cold as an antipasto which means it keeps really well if you want to make a big batch and serve it across several meals. This is such a delicious dish packed full [...]
ALSO is an alias that has been adopted by Appleblim and Second Storey, AKA Laurie Osbourne and Alec Storey respectively. As a duo they started out with a release back in 2010, and moved create a live set, which they debuted at Space in Ibiza. Out of the many studio sessions and live performances that [...]
Just last week I caught with Ralph Lawson and Subb-an ahead of Ralph’s 20/20 Vision party here in London this weekend. The party runs through the day and night and is FREE entry, thanks to a sponsor getting involved! Find out more here. I began by quizzing them about their first meeting and, right away, [...]
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