Monthly Archives: April 2012

Cameron attacks sculpture that’s part of the transformation of Brixton Market

Brixton Market has been transformed over the past two years. The old Granville Arcade was full of empty units with an air of dereliction and neglect about it. Today, renamed Brixton Village, it is a thriving hub of micro-businesses bustling … Continue reading

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Education commissioners: a gimmick that will hold schools back

Over the past fifteen years local councils have helped drive dramatic improvements in schools’ performance.   They have supported parents, teachers and school governors to achieve more, boosted by unprecedented investment in schools by the previous Labour government.  The number of … Continue reading

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