Monthly Archives: February 2017

Grammar schools – not a convincing case!

Difficult to disagree with the education select committee that calls new grammar schools an ‘unnecessary distraction’! “The focus on opening new grammar schools is, in my view, an unnecessary distraction from the need to ensure all our young people are … Continue reading

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Ill-defined Asians used as buffers!

Since the UK race relations legislation forty years ago, race terminology has been struggling to keep up and faces multiple challenges because of some people trying for a geographical identity that suits them best for socio-political gains or exclusive and … Continue reading

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Controversial Casey review full of contradictions!

Many see the Casey review as a big defection at the time of the crisis in education, social welfare provisions, NHS as well as to divert from the unrest because of the austerity measures and benefit reforms which adversely affect … Continue reading

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Do we need ‘Anti-hate crime’ industry?

The Bexit scaremongering, lies and immigration/ refugee specific wicked language has certain success in cultivating an atmosphere of racism and harassment, but the overriding public reaction is to confront racism and injustice, solidarity with refugees and quickly challenging the socio-political … Continue reading

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