Why time management is ruining our lives.
All of our efforts to be more productive backfire – and only make us feel even busier and more stressed
Oliver Burkeman - Guardian 22/12/16
Trump in the White House: An Interview With Noam Chomsky
CJ Polychroniou - Truthout 14/11/2106
Revealed: Chilcot inquiry was set up ‘to avoid blame’
Secret cabinet documents show Iraq hearings were set up to stop individuals being held accountable
Chris Ames & Jamie Doward - The Observer 20/11/16
Equality watchdog’s human rights fight ‘under threat’ after cuts
Union fears Equality Commission will become ‘dog with no bark, no bite and no ability to watch’
Jamie Doward - The Observer 20/11/16
Victorian abortion law ‘breaches human rights’
Women’s Equality leader calls for decriminalisation as party is set to gather for its first conference
Tracey McVeigh - The Observer 20/11/16
not an IPA
Investigatory Powers Act
'Extreme surveillance' becomes UK law with barely a whimper
Investigatory Powers Act legalises range of tools for snooping and hacking by the security services
Ewen MacAskill - Guardian 19/11/16
These aren't hard Brexiters. They're political extremists
Zoe Williams - Guardian 16/10/16
The death of neoliberalism and the crisis in western politics
Martin Jacques - Guardian 21/08/16
Chilcot’s judgment is utterly damning – but it’s still not justice
George Monbiot - Guardian 06/07/2016
Patrick Wintour Guardian 17/06/16
You’re witnessing the death of neoliberalism – from within
Aditya Chakrabortty - Guardian 31/05/16
Well it's about time.
he points out
this is from the researchers
who have time to ponder and reflect
who also like to leave themselves
a get out clause or two.
But this was confirmed by the OECD
The labour share of National income is back to where it was in WW2.
In the US it's back to where it was in the 1930s
France back to 1897.
With a commensurate rise in income inequality.
The Big Gamble: the dangerous world of British betting shops.
Tom Lamont - Guardian 31/05/16
But the shops are still single manned.
The attacks continue to happen.
The managements of
may well be
but it is
that maximising profits will allow dual manning to return.
The workers will continue to work in fear.
Even though attacks are
and the firms action could be viewed as negligent.
Judge Michael Chambers in a recent case.
Justice finally triumphed. But let us not forget the original wrongs
Frank Cottrell Boyce - Guardian 01/05/16
How Labour will secure the high-wage,
hi-tech economy of the future
John McDonnell - Guardian 19/11/2015
Trident: the British question
The debate is not simply about submarines and missiles. It touches almost every anxiety about the identity of the United Kingdom. The decision may tell us what kind of country - or countries - we will become
Ian Jack - Guardian 11/02/2016
Don't believe the myth that the NHS is unaffordable.
Neena Modi - Guardian 09/02/2016
Commonwealth Fund report
the oh so reasoned demand for us all to pay extra insurance
How paying for your treatment would help save the NHS
Christopher Smallwood - Guardian 08/02/2016
and that lovely bit of guilt tripping yesterday
How much have I cost the NHS?