“I say this, really, in a sense of moral outrage, that they are opening up all these independent schools in Dubai and the Middle East and elsewhere – sucking in more of our teachers, who aren’t going to Derby or Northampton or Grimsby or Hull, but going off to an independent school sponsored by the big public schools over here. … [Read more...] about Ofsted chief criticises independent schools’ lack of help for state schools
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Lebanon's parliament on Thursday gave the green light to impose a two-week state of emergency amid ongoing street protests. The decision comes ten days after Beirut's deadly chemical explosion that killed at least 171 people, wounded at least 6,500 others, and pushed the country's cabinet to resign. … [Read more...] about Lebanon: Lawmakers approve Beirut state of emergency
He refused to hand over his licence - which police later learned was suspended - and eventually told the officers that they'd pulled him over unlawfully by following 'dopey Dan's false legislation', in reference to the Victorian premier. … [Read more...] about The covidiot state? How a bunch of moronic Melburnians are putting the whole nation at risk by flouting the lockdown and ignoring police checks meant to stop the spread of deadly coronavirus
It comes as the US Department of Justice announces three large seizures of cryptocurrency, including Bitcoin - equivalent to about two million dollars - used by terrorist organisations, including Islamic State, al Qaeda, and the al Qassam Brigades, Hamas's military wing. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Islamic State hacker charged with selling fake PPE online
I hope Trump and the Republicans get voted out of Washington this November, but here’s the sobering truth: our presumptive Democratic presidential candidate has told us in no uncertain terms that he’s not interested in changing the status quo. While I love and respect our progressive allies in Congress, and I hope to see their numbers grow in November, we simply can’t wait for the rest of Washington to wake up and adopt a progressive agenda. But we can win real progress over the next four years, by fighting at the state level to do what Washington won’t. That’s where New York comes in. … [Read more...] about Could New York become a progressive beacon in the United States?