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Guide to fictional Libraries #15 Almost Fiction: Grayling's Prison Libraries

Voices for the Library reports that Justice Secretary, Chris Grayling, plans to restrict prisoners’ access to books and prison library services as part of changes to the punishment and reward system. 222 more words

sadness over CBC cuts

While researching something unrelated, I came across reports of the CBC cutbacks announced earlier this month. I have a short, but pretty intense kneejerk reaction when I hear about my old workplace. 457 more words

The Irish Independent has reported devastating third level job cuts of 2,246 since 2008.

Education Editor Katherine Donnelly points out that the 12pc drop, which amounts to more than the entire staff of UCD, ‘comes in the face of soaring demand for a college place, with a 15pc rise in enrolments over the same period, which translates as a 27pc reduction in the staff-student ratio in six years.’

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Chris Crack - Cuts (prod. Tree)

today we drop the single off the 1st installment of the forementioned #soultrap series projects produced by TREE with #treeswag. joined by fellow chicagoan and new deal crew representative Chris Crack as the anchorman on cuts you can expect big things upon arrival!!!

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George Fergusons cuts to Bristol Libraries

On 14th April, around 30 Bristol residents gathered at the YHA to find out more about how the £83 million of cuts to public services proposed by Bristols Mayor will effect the cities library services and to plan a response. 719 more words


Are we losing the story war?

Unless we can alter the way people think and feel about poverty in the UK, we will never tackle its root causes. How can we tell a story that will really change hearts and minds? 1,182 more words

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