Tag Archives: globalisation

The Desire for Change

I guess the roots of our current politics started with the banking crisis of 2008. A massively under-regulated system had cost everyday people thousands, if not more – yet the response of the authorities was largely to bail out the banks and let the bankers walk free. The system looked after its own. Your everyday […]

Betrayal of Hopes

One of the saddest things about listening to the interview with the guy from Teeside on this morning’s Today programme on Radio 4 was hearing his history. He had a good standard of living working in the steel industry and then, when the Redcar steelworks closed, he’d had to downsize and take a much lower […]

2013 – Where are we at?

It was pretty much a year ago that the Fleet Street week of shame commenced.  It started with David Batty’s expose that Dr Richard Curtis was being investigated by the GMC – something that quite a few folk had known about for 18 months, and a report that raised questions about “balance” and “trans being […]