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Save Our Surgeries: how communities and GPs are fighting NHS cuts in east London

An in-depth report by Daniel Smith on the Save Our Surgeries campaign in London’s East End – and its implications for the wider battle to reverse a decade of privatisation in the NHS. 1,509 more words


Living Workers, Dead Wages

by Luke Evans

“And, it must be confessed, that although the adoption of the enlarged machinery, in that state of our commerce which the country once boasted, might have been beneficial to the master without being detrimental to the servant; yet, in the present situation of our manufactures, rotting in warehouses without a prospect of exportation, with the demand for work and workmen equally diminished, frames of this construction tend materially to aggravate the distresses and discontents of the disappointed sufferers”

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Bullying in the workplace

Barbara Jeffery, UCU Branch Secretary Tower Hamlets College (pc) discusses how to tackle bullying in the workplace. First published in the Summer 2014 edition of the rs21 magazine. 566 more words

The Nature Of The Period

Wither local democracy

The following is taken from Academies and Education Reform: Governance, Leadership and Strategy by Leo, Galloway and Hearn, published in 2010. It makes me cringe to read stuff like this, when school governance is reduced to a practice and effect of technical efficiency. 144 more words


Anger, confidence, fear and hope in the workplace

Ian A discusses fear, anger, confidence and hope in the modern workplace. This article appears in the first edition of the rs21 magazine.

Real wages down. 2,584 more words


Why Metrics Cannot Measure Research Quality: A Response to the HEFCE Consultation

Update 24th June: 7,500+ views, 100s of shares, 200+ signatories! And a new post with some responses to further issues raised.

The Higher Education Funding Council for England are… 3,076 more words