In the same great tradition of modern-day political journalists, I’d like to contribute my own analysis... Read more
So, the government wants to go paperless. That is, if they still remain in office. Having said that, they... Read more
First, we had Alistair Darling asking for tax advice. He’s the Chancellor, so he should understand... Read more
- 06/09 Mourning the loss of a title
- 05/20 Judgment Day, 21st May 2011
- 05/02 Election analysis of the two-leg vs. one-leg race
- 03/31 Unfair laws allow rapist to remain in UK
- 03/21 Is going paperless a savings?
- 03/21 Who pays the price for maternity/paternity leave?
- 02/16 PIN chip technology not foolproof
- 01/05 The depressing housing market
- 01/01 Why can’t we all just get along?
- 11/08 Extending sex education is not likely to impact sexual behaviour
In the same great tradition of modern-day political journalists, I’d like to contribute my own analysis of the recent political debate between the three major candidates, using the photo above…. Read more
So, the government wants to go paperless. That is, if they still remain in office. Having said that, they have put the pressure on the next government (whatever it may… Read more
First, we had Alistair Darling asking for tax advice. He’s the Chancellor, so he should understand the intricacies of the tax code better than anyone, with the exception of Gordon… Read more
We had a name, a title that required perseverance to achieve. We contributed a substantial amount of hard-earned tax money to achieve this name. After all, it isn’t everyday that… Read more
- PIN chip technology not foolproof
- Obesity is now a 'green' crisis
- Daylight Saving Time - what a bunch of baloney
I am still baffled by the idea of the EU. Despite not having lived in Europe all my life, or maybe because of it, I find it difficult to understand… Read more
- Public nudity is legal?
- BBC's suspension of bonuses for executives is only one good move
- Back to the drawing board, Michael O'Leary
Teenage pregnancy is a societal problem. However, depending on the society, the stigma associated with it varies. In general, today’s society is more accepting of the issue, although everyone still… Read more
- Tests are easier, so students are smarter
- Hair straighteners to encourage girls to participate in PE?
- English proficiency required
I’m sure I must have mentioned this topic before, but it is now going to have an impact on my workplace, so it affects me more personally. Every decision the… Read more
- The depressing housing market
- Will work-week opt-out help or hurt?
- Feminist movement has not helped with women's rights
Behold Judgment Day 2011. So another fanatical religious group predicts the end of the world for tomorrow, 21st May 2011. I’ve heard many theories as to why doomsday soothsayers have… Read more
- Why can't we all just get along?
- Can atheism answer political crises?
- Will Muslims rule the world?
We hear so much about “rights” in the media. Somebody fighting for some basic “rights”, debates about personal “rights”. But we hear so little about “responsibilities”. When you apply for… Read more
- Forget the trivial bickering; have politicians been inside the NHS recently?