The costs – personal, social and economic – of family breakdown are vast and under-appreciated. This is a social justice issue.
Posts Tagged: Mental Health
Michael Farmer: More children are being taken into care. All too often that means being put on a conveyer belt to crime.
If I had not been sent to a state boarding school and experienced stable relationships, I would likely have ended up in care myself.
There are glossy reports and poorly attended meetings. But obvious failings are ignored.
As the Prime Minister said, many people have lent us their vote, and they won’t be so generous next time if we get it wrong.
There should be the right to impose an immediate and substantial detention. Heads who don’t maintain order should be required by Ofsted to change their ways.
We made savings which allowed us to create news teams. These work with all schools to spread tested practices to support good mental wellbeing.
Lord Ashcroft: PTSD-suffering military veterans show long-term benefits from working with orphaned baby rhinos
The participants in Footprints of Hope say that they would encourage other veterans with mental health and physical disabilities to apply for future programmes.
They are chosen not from a factional or ideological standpoint, but from what I see while doing the job of Mayor.
The defectors are wrong. The Conservatives aren’t shifting to the right. They are mired in the mixed middle.
No less than the ERG, the group of three sees everything through the prism of Brexit – which, let it not be forgotten, they voted to support themselves.
This week’s National Family Hubs Fair and Conference brought together around 50 organisations that are committed to supporting families.
Setting flimsy evidence and distorted statistics to a depressing soundtrack does nothing for their credibility.
Mordaunt, Rudd and Hancock offer three examples in today’s papers of how British politics work now.
Norfolk & Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust is officially the worst mental health provider in the country. Proper scrutiny and accountability is needed.
Judy Terry: While the state is failing, the voluntary sector is tackling the loneliness and anxiety – of young and old
Many if Suffolk are left isolated by poor transport. Charities are effective at helping, where councils and the NHS have struggled.
Mordaunt: Let’s champion “the invisible women who keep…our nation going.” Her women’s suffrage centenary speech: full text
“There’s a lot of focus on women in boardrooms…But this is not the place where business is being re-imagined.”