There’s much talk now in the UK – and in Europe – about the possibility of a second referendum on Brexit. The Brexit deadline is looming ever closer with still no sign of a post-Brexit deal on trade. 550 more words
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The actual rate of accelerating technological and organisational complexity has been outpacing administrative and hierarchical aptitude for some time. This vast and yawning tract or vacuum of difference, distance and discontinuity can be expected to continue to grow and undergo iterative, progressive and profound internal extensibility and logical hyper-inflation: will democracy’s immanent informational disassembly be a consequence of this decoupling ?
[i]. Reconceptualising Property in Rousseau:
Chris Pierson (2013) offers an invaluable reconstruction of Rousseau’s thoughts on private property, and demonstrates the reasoning behind the philosopher’s decision to retain property as an ‘ 3,591 more words
Yesterday's headlines hid the reality that Westminster still doesn't trust, let alone believe in local government
So it seems the Daily Telegraph was actually paraphrasing Theresa May’s speech and using the term council housing, to mean social housing.
The £2 billion headline will be money for the housing associations to put very nicely into the hands of private developers via the various deals and conjurings that go on once a section 106 affordable housing obligation is in play. 858 more words