Over the next five years we will spend over £1 billion on a more sophisticated and comprehensive approach to getting the nation active.
Posts Tagged: Culture
People being hurt by a changing economy don’t deserve attacks on their collective organisations or the implication that low paid strikers are hostile to our values.
Plus: Why Chilcot won’t change anybody’s mind. A deliberate snub from Downing Street. And: Why hasn’t the Daily Mail replaced James Chapman yet?
Plus: I stand in for a billionaire. Ten years of Pink News. And: the Michael Meacher I knew.
I’m aware that I owe many dear friends and supporters a phone call, email or text. Tonight’s revelations will, hopefully, explain the reason for my lack of contact.
Plus: I hate Frankfurt. Love for Javid. Morgan’s popularity rises. And: No-one wants to see Danny Alexander’s ginger nuts swinging their way down Whitehall.
An area almost the size of England is covered with safe seats. There are no compelling political reasons for a Conservative and Labour MP to understand each others’ voters.
Plus: Loud sounds from Tom Watson. Pig noises from Craig Oliver. And: Come and hear me make a fool of myself in Manchester on Sunday.
It’s time to stop innovating, think inside the box – and learn to speak English again.
When advertisers use images of impossibly thin models to promote their products to women, there are complaints; but the promotion of unattainable maturity to teenagers is also deeply suspect.
Plus: A return to Fleet Street. A venture to Edinburgh. West Ham win, David Laws loses. And: UKIP’s London members will have no say in the selection of its Mayoral Candidate.
Theodora Dickinson: The future of the arts and tourism is a better partnership between public and private sectors
The sensible response to a time of austerity is for us to move away from unaccountable quangos and towards an entrepreneurial approach.
Whichever way you cut it, there’s no doubt that Britain projects soft power out of all proportion to its size.
They could at once increase viewer engagement, diminish the Corporation’s monopoly power, and reduce political involvement in its funding.
Could it be that she has done Cameron a favour by helping to avert a relaxation of the hunting ban?