Monthly Archives: October 2012

It’s time for action on fuel poverty

  Recent events show that the government’s energy policy is a total shambles. Millions face real financial hardship as a result of sky-rocketing prices, yet the Government doesn’t have a plan. It’s in poorer areas like south London where rising … Continue reading

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Gove must make schools accountable to local communities instead of centralising control in his own hands

London’s 33 boroughs have challenged the Government to change their policy on schools so that children get the chance of a better education.  Tory Education Secretary, Michael Gove, wants to convert all 24,000 schools in the country into academies and … Continue reading

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