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‘…………..By Paul Waugh
Labour splits over the Tories’ welfare plans widened today as rebel MPs remained defiant and George Osborne accused the party of going ‘left, left, left’. 1,183 more words
In what might turn out to be halcyon days for Labour, during the Tony Blair-led era, when Labour Party not only had power but boasted a large majority after the 1997 and 2001, Labour and its supporters had the rare opportunity to look on at the Conservatives and laugh at a party that was both rudderless and divided through its inability to unify. 779 more words
A school inspector is an odd place to begin a history and politics blog. That aside, the life of the late Sir Chris Woodhead, who passed away after his long battle with Motor Neurone Disease and Colon Cancer, is worth celebrating due to his lifelong commitment to educational standards. 684 more words
I have recently started to take photographs and found it to be a bit of a mine field with copyright laws, however the European Union has become involved and a very ludicrous situation could evolve. 205 more words
More than 650 suspected cases of child sexual exploitation have been referred to South Yorkshire Police in less than a year, new figures reveal.
Between April 2014 and February 2015, 188 reports were made in Sheffield, 176 in Barnsley, 134 in Doncaster and 132 in Rotherham. 479 more words