Tag Archives: Andrew Marr

The Government must do better

Although the Government has backed down from forcing all Schools to become Academies, it has still to deliver on its previous ruling that all ‘failing’ schools should become academies. According to a recent study, there are at least 26 Schools … Continue reading

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The challenge for small businesses

Its rather dispiriting when men and women who are supposedly advocates of business and its capacity to employ people and make profits which in turn creates taxes that fund the economy, seem to have forgotten what their role is. On … Continue reading

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Lets end the pretence

The uncivil war in the Conservative Party is not about one man and his decision to resign, but rather about the extent to which loyalty to a political party has broken ranks with the need to be open and honest … Continue reading

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A new form of interview?

After watching Iain Duncan Smith on this mornings Marr show bearing in mind the focus was on a national referendum, it became clear that we need a new form of public discourse. He made a number of dishonest and misleading statements in … Continue reading

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A failure to deliver

On Sunday Morning David Cameron was interviewed by Andrew Marr, who raise the issue of Syria and the decision from 2nd December, more than a month ago to deploy British planes and weapons. It was clear from the response to … Continue reading

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What Marr did not ask Theresa

Watching this mornings Marr, it was understandable that their time was taken up discussing terrorism in the context of the attacks in Tunisia. However terror is caused by all sorts of actions, not all of which involve guns or bombs. … Continue reading

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Where the power lies?

Last week when George Osborne chose to announce his plans for the RBS sell off at a dinner party at Mansion House (the official residence of the Mayor of London) I was a little surprised. Under the coalition Government I heard Mr … Continue reading

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