Jean Seaton’s latest
history of the BBC is mired by typos, inconsistencies and factual errors.
Far from incidental, this is symptomatic of a broader carelessness that ultimately undermines her analysis.
The biggest health trust in England - the PFI-indebted Barts - has been put into 'special measures' after inspectors found it was running dangerously short-staffed and overcrowded hospitals. What does this mean for the future of East London's hopsitals?
As UKIP seeks to instil discipline amongst its cadres, it finds itself
walking a thin line between maintaining the populist rhetoric that harnessed
its appeal to the “left-behind” and building a more polished, mainstream image.
Patients across the country are to have their health funding rolled into their social care funding and be expected to manage both themselves. Is this empowerment, or something more sinister, health experts wonder?
The polls predict a hung parliament after the May 2015
election. More than one potential government could be viable.
How will negotiations proceed? Which actors will have a privileged role in the bargaining
The Conservative-led government of austerity
Britain is facing the sacrifice of its sacred cow of high military spending—to
preserve the even more precious elephant in the room: the UK’s ‘independent’
WolfHall depicts the dehumanizing effects of
power pursued for its own sake. Acting without impunity, irresponsible power
undermines common morality for selfish motives. Jimmy Savile is a case in