The Brexiteers will soon have overall control of the Conservative Party and the UK. The EU has long been the champion of improving and protecting the environment in Britain, and the result is we now have a greener and more pleasant land due to EU environmental regulations. But what happens when these existing environmental regulations are no longer valid in the UK, who will be the next champion of Britain’s environment?
Referendums are the ultimate public poll – giving all registered voters a direct say over a major decision of national importance. And yesterday 33 million voters took part in the EU referendum, the highest turnout in any UK-wide election since 1992 at 72%. This was a monumental decision that will have ramifications for decades to
Richard Murphy’s submission to Parliament on how the activity of HM Revenue and Customs could be improved.
In memory of Muhammad Ali, who visited this school in Brixton out of the kindness of his heart. Story and photos by Peter Arkell A day in the life of a comprehensive school, 42 years ago: Tulse Hill School, near Brixton, South London, 1974. The whole school, over 1,000 pupils, assembles in the hall. Normally