Day: January 11, 2017

When grassroots charities fail, we are the greatest losers

When grassroots charities fail, we are the greatest losers

Everyone has a view on charities. Whether you see them as saviours, sinners or something in-between, it is most likely that your opinions have been shaped by a mix of big budget fundraising campaigns and shock-factor press coverage. However, in reality most of the stories we’re exposed to involve just ...

This is why you don’t brag about dealing drugs

This is why you don’t brag about dealing drugs

A 20-year-old has been sentenced after pleading guilty to supplying cocaine and heroin - after he posted pictures of himself holding wads of cash. Mohamed Bazi was given a 24 month prison sentence suspended for 24 months and ordered to carry out 200 hours of unpaid work. Police conducted a ...

Parliamentary Sketch

PMQs 11th January –  Red Cross Blue Witless

It is fair to say that Corbyn had a turbulent day yesterday and he needed a strong PMQs to focus the attention on the Government’s NHS failings, and he did. It wasn’t hard to be fair, any politician, member of the public, or child for that matter could have asked ...

Are we overworking our kids?

Are we overworking our kids?

Britain's shattered kids are ‘working’ for over 46 hours a week, according to a new survey. The shock research shows that parents are over-timetabling their children with extra-curricular activities in addition to their school commitments. This means exhausted children are actually working harder than the average parent who only completes ...