Our politicians have left a rhetorical vacuum into which nationalist politicians – Salmond and Farage – have moved.
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Much of current controversy about the Education Secretary has its roots in his belief that he must push for change while he still can.
People of all political parties should commend Afzal Amin for his work on this project.
Putting politics aside, the latest production of Joan Littlewood’s famous play is timely and touching.
Indeed, its stagnant centralism and bureaucracy is more likely to inflame extremism and violence than prevent them.
Of course, plays can be used to peddle myths and propaganda. But acting is concerned with truth and sensibility in ways that politics cannot be.