I was sparked with inspiration today; an inspiration that I haven’t felt in four years. And with that inspiration I began what I swore to never attempt again: I began to write creatively. 138 more words
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Senate Democrats have given in.
No blowback from Dems on Trumps racist TV ad which features someone accused but not convicted of the crime and has nothing to do with DACA dreamers, meanwhile some Democrats were praising the wall! 185 more words
BULLYING IS ALL TOO COMMONPLACE
The consequences of bullying behaviour have played out in the saddest possible way. The passing of Amy Everett, a 14 year old girl from Katherine, again highlights an issue that continues to press upon modern society. 360 more words
“Tory ministers could let Virgin Trains take control of more rail lines despite a huge row over the firm receiving a “bailout”.
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling refused to rule out further franchises, despite confessing the firm “made a major mistake” and there will be less money than forecast for the taxpayer. 356 more words
“Two years ago, Rose Hill primary on the outskirts of Oxford was branded a failing school. Ranked “inadequate” by the schools watchdog Ofsted, it was placed in special measures and staff and parents were told an academy trust would be brought in to turn around the school’s fortunes. 950 more words
Robots can write, but are they ethical?
Paul Chadwick writes about how artificial intelligence could damage public trust in journalism.
“For the time being, (ethics) codes could simply require that when AI is used the journalists turn their minds to whether the process overall has been compatible with fundamental human values,” he writes.