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The Government’s Education Select Committee is toying with a new idea to improve school education. Performance-related pay is to be considered, with a proposal that poorer teachers be paid less. In doing so they are falling into the socialist trap of imposing market-style discipline on a state-controlled activity, a process that often manages to [...]Continue Reading →
Last week I looked at how, by virtue of its close proximity to government, the BBC is in danger of being subject to bias. The week before I discussed the BBC’s failure to cover Libya properly and its wasteful tendencies.
But whatever the merits or demerits of the BBC’s actual output, [...]Continue Reading →
Politics.co.uk reports major figures in the police have questions over the government appointment of an American 'supercop'. The story continues:
David Cameron's enthusiasm for a zero tolerance approach to crime in the wake of last week's rioting is meeting serious opposition from senior police figures.
The prime minister is [...]Continue Reading →
- Freedom in the City on 22nd May with JP Floru on May 22, 2013 12:30 pm
- The Freedom Association’s Magna Carta Pimms and Politics Cruise on June 15, 2013 12:30 pm
- Conservative Renewal Conference on September 14, 2013
- The Freedom Zone on September 30, 2013
- The Freedom Zone on October 1, 2013
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