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If You Want Political Change Vote For It

I have made no secret of the fact that I joined the Green Party a few months ago.  I joined for two main reasons.

Firstly there is barely a shred of difference between the main political parties in the UK.   205 more words


The General Election - a literature overview

The Houses of Parliament (c/o Eric Hossinger on Flickr used under a CC-BY license).

With the general election just over a week away, I take a look at some interesting psychology resources available to you on a variety of aspects of the election process, including polling, leadership, young voters and more… 1,102 more words


“Balancing the Books” - Lies, Ignorance and Fantasy

With the annual deficit running at £87.3 billion and national debt at £1.5 trillion, it would be hard to argue that getting the country’s finances under control isn’t a priority. 287 more words

Election 2015: on a Hall Green website

Election 2015: Will YOUR candidates vote for Trident in 2016? by Julia

A decision on whether or not to replace the UK Trident nuclear submarine system – at a cost of £100bn – is due in 2016 and successfully elected Members of Parliament in the forthcoming 2015 General Election will have to vote on this. 210 more words


Prospective Parliamentary Candidates Supporting Summer Born Campaign

Below is a list of PPCs who have responded to members of the Summer Born Campaign (mostly via Twitter) asking whether they support our call for summer born children to have… 1,018 more words

Campaign Updates

Nicky Morgan's Webchat Answers Reinforce DfE's Inconsistent and Illogical Summer Born Policy

In a live Telegraph webchat today with Nicky Morgan (hosted by online Education Editor Josie Gurney-Read), the Education Secretary’s answer to Summer Born Campaign member Samantha McCormick highlighted the subjectivity and inconsistency that the DfE’s policy allows – but also her comments on other policy areas exposed the perfectly obvious flaw in children being forced to miss a year of school. 569 more words

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