All posts tagged education

Diversity: The Wave of the Future?

Or is it? I’m not known for my positivity. Par the course of this column focusing on all things Brexit, I figure this outlet hasn’t been the most ebullient way […]

An Economic Chasm in Darkest East London.

Tower Hamlets is a microcosm of London. The heart of the East End used to have a distinctive identity. Everyone from Karl Marx, Jack the Ripper, and Picasso walked its […]

An Interview with the Sunny Jar Eco Hub.

The Sunny Jar Eco Hub is a social mission lead by three mothers living in Tower Hamlets who have become driven to reduce the amount of waste they create on […]

Personal Platform: The Tree of Knowledge.

The brain is like a flower, It needs to be watered to grow in power, Like a flower craves food and sunlight, The brain needs similar nourishing in its plight, […]

What Brexit Blinds

It’s fair to say that British politics has never seemed so chaotic. Surrounded by roaring tunnels, punctuated by the incessant howling of the London Underground, I have spent many an […]

Personal Platform: A Trio Of Poems.

“Student Jobs” You blink once and you’re Already saying goodbyes, Leaving your badge, Having your last free beer, Walking away from the job You thought you hated – And here […]

B more creativ wiv langwidge.

Dogmatic. Dogged determination. Dog dog dog. Why do these words have to include the word dog? Since when were dogs so opinionated or determined? Of course, I know that ‘dogmatic’, […]

Subscription politics.

Brexit won by a margin of 3.8% and although Hilary won the popular vote – it was only by 2.1%. If a government doesn’t win by a landslide is it […]

Exclusive Review of ‘General Magic’: a spellbinding story of Silicon Valley

‘The most important company to come out of Silicon Valley that no one’s ever heard of.’ General Magic tells the intriguing story of the creation and collapse of the revolutionary […]