March, 2010

Free school meals help pupils and families

Catherine West  |  31 March 2010

After successful pilots, the extension of free school meals will help the health and education of many more pupils

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Tony Blair’s Trimdon speech

  |  31 March 2010

The former prime minister re-entered the British political fray yesterday with a powerful attack on the Conservatives. Watch his speech now.

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Turkey’s political twists and turns

Murray Rowlands  |  31 March 2010

As the forces of liberalism and openness vie with competing currents of nationalism and mild Islamism, where will the intricate history of Turkey lead next?

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A radical agenda for Local Labour

Jeremy Beecham  |  31 March 2010

As local elections draw near, 115 Labour town hall leaders today sign a mission statement committing their groups to cooperative values in public services

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TEST  |  31 March 2010

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A radical agenda for Local Labour

Jeremy Beecham  |  31 March 2010

The financial crisis shook the foundations of our communities, and the ongoing effects of the recession will affect public spending for years to come. For local councils across the country, the pressure to meet the public’s rightly high expectations for quality public services with tightening funds will require new approaches and some tough choices. But …

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A radical agenda for Local Labour

Jeremy Beecham  |  31 March 2010

Today 115 Labour town hall leaders across the country commit to a cooperative councils mission statement. Where could this departure in public service delivery take us?

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David v Goliath candidate of the day: Dan Norris

  |  30 March 2010

Ultra-marginal North East Somerset forms one of the closest and most exciting two-horse races between Labour and the Tories anywhere in the country.

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