Category Archives: Politics

A House Divided

I didn’t share any thoughts pre-referendum but my voting intention was clear. In the days following the vote for ‘Brexit’ there have been thousands of articles written, millions of tweets posted and hours of TV/radio programmes all reflecting on what’s happened … Continue reading

Posted in Education, EU, Politics | Leave a comment

‘The People Have Spoken’

It’s easy to appreciate the strength of feeling on both sides of the EU referendum. After all this is, in a way, much more important than any General Election. It’s an issue that will affect our lives not just for the next … Continue reading

Posted in Education, EU, Politics | Leave a comment