- Well, thank f–k that horrible month is over
- Diversifying the Liberal Democrats – a once in a generation opportunity?
- Why is the UK government not pushing for a substantial co-ordinated response to refugees crisis?
- On life’s great equaliser
- Has leisure & entertainment in Cambridge kept pace with the growth of our city?
- Netherlands losing to Iceland at home....crikey! 12 minutes ago
- RT @AJE_Sport: Football: Netherlands' misery continues in Euro 2016 qualifiers with a shock loss to Iceland. aje.io/tm4b http://… 13 minutes ago
- "English football supporters’ groups to show ‘Refugees Welcome’ banners" theguardian.com/football/2015/… 27 minutes ago
- Final score Cyprus 0-1 Wales. Wales only need one more win & they've qualified for their first int'l tournament since...1958? 44 minutes ago
- Gooooooooooooooollllllll Diiiiiiii Baaaaaaaaaaaaaallllllle Cyprus 0-1 Wales 81 mins. cc @Tanni_GT 58 minutes ago
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Summary Because in my case, depression (& my long term recovery from my 2012 mental health breakdown) means I need to use up reserves of emotional energy to do even some of the most basic tasks – such as sending … Continue reading
Summary On finding out that you’re not alone, and a big moan about politics too We’re losing too many good people because of our society’s failure to help people facing mental health challenges. There seems to be a pattern here … Continue reading
Summary Musings on maps – of the railway kind. And following the wanderings of my mind. This blogpost started off from reading an article about Blackpool – see it here. There’s one thing that troubles me not just about Blackpool … Continue reading
Summary Taking the first steps to overcoming some massive cultural, historical, public policy and institutional barriers to make a difference for young people I was on a panel for an event that brought together schools, employers and local council officers … Continue reading
Summary More political tactics than radical strategy and long-term vision as Osborne and Balls crossed swords I never find these parliamentary statements particularly pleasant viewing. Too much testosterone-fuelled willy-waving and point-scoring for my liking. Statistical spin on the National Infrastructure … Continue reading