The WEA is still campaigning to save adult education prior to the November spending review.
Here are some of the reasons our students attend our courses: 157 more words
In this Fracking Week in Westminster:
Conservative cabinet members are now openly insulting eurosceptics, as the Tory rift widens
Who cares about the European Union? What’s all the fuss about? Eurosceptics should stop making fools of themselves, get with the times, and stop embarrassing themselves by articulating their pesky concerns about democracy and national sovereignty. 1,395 more words
Suddenly, I’ve become a threat to National Security.
I’m not sure how that happened, really. I was just minding my own business, getting on with my various bits of work, paying my taxes, trying to be a useful member of my community, and then go on Twitter and find out the most powerful man in the UK now sees me on par with ISIS. 1,518 more words
Small Business Minister Anna Soubry is expected to announce that small companies will be given the right to raise funds by borrowing against unpaid invoices from big business customers from early next year. 456 more words
Good morrow lemmings and welcome to the last Questionable Time of the season. It’s time to kick off our dancin’ heels and take a lounge in the hammock, perhaps while enjoying three jugfuls of Pimms and watching UK athletes fail at tennis, football, and indeed every other sport in existence. 1,381 more words