Tory Government

Tories to Force Brixton Academy to Become a Secondary school

Maddie Sinclair | Posted 05.05.2017 | UK Comedy
Maddie Sinclair

The Tory government has today announced plans to turn the popular live music venue, Brixton Academy, into a secondary school by 2022. The Departmen...

Thatcherism Redux is Coming Undone, As Cameron and Co. Acquire the Habit of Defeat

Christian Garland | Posted 25.02.2017 | UK Politics
Christian Garland

The incumbent Tory government of David Cameron and co. seemed to be under the illusion that since it scraped a majority at last year's general election, it could do what it liked to the country and the (post-political) 'what works' ideology of Thatcherism Redux could be freely imposed at will. Fast forward to the last few weeks and it becomes very apparent that that is not at all the case.

When a Tory Disagrees With the Conservative Government

Tom Morgan | Posted 12.11.2016 | UK Universities & Education
Tom Morgan

It's tough to be a young person in a world of unpaid internships, zero-hour contracts and 50p pints, but it'd be a whole lot easier if government criticism didn't add itself to the list of woes.

Is The Recession Driving Diners Down The Crapper?

The Huffington Post UK | Chris York | Posted 16.10.2012 | UK

Celebrity Chef, Jamie Oliver, has become so annoyed at recession-hit diners stealing his expensive toilet fittings that he has had to weld them down. ...

Doctors, Striking for What?

Jasdev Singh Rai | Posted 22.08.2012 | UK
Jasdev Singh Rai

The BMA may have lost some face but the losers will be the general public if Lansley succeeds in pushing top doctors to choose between NHS and an emerging but attractive private sector. British doctors are passionate about the NHS and serving their patients.

Why the 'Delivering Quality First' Cuts Made Sense

Scott Bryan | Posted 06.12.2011 | UK
Scott Bryan

Cuts are bad and cuts are annoying, but with the Tories in power and an economic crisis malarky taking place this was always going to happen.