Monthly Archives: August 2011

Thousands of pupils and parents are anxiously waiting for GCSE results, this week. Many parents will have invested hundreds of pounds on ‘topping-up’ their children’s schooling with private tutoring, while others will not have even considered supplementing the work their … Continue reading

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As the government gives way to Ed Miliband’s call for a public commission of inquiry into the English riots, I thought it would inform the debate to collate some useful pieces of research and writing on riots, social disorder and … Continue reading

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Keynes once famously remarked that: ‘Possibly the Liberal Party cannot serve the State in any better way than by supplying Conservative Governments with Cabinets and Labour Governments with ideas.’ He was prescient, as ever.

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