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Economic downturns and the looming challenge of dwindling fossil fuel resources accentuate the difficulties confronting individuals with disabilities. This piece explores the complex interplay between…

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What the world needs now probably is a dose of ‘love, sweet love’ but – to mix my song lyrics – equally probably, ‘love is’…

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I must now spend more time promoting the idea of localism. Since I retired from local government employment, I have been trying to fathom how decentralisation…

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The rewilding fad – as some people believe it to be – as come along way since Isabella Tree wrote her highly successful book with…

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Barry: The proposed ban on selling new petrol and diesel cars in the UK will be delayed until 2035. Bearing in mind that the shrinking…

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There was a time, perhaps 1945-1985, when arts policy in Britain was catching up finally with that of its neighbours in Europe. Although cities had…

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Getting ChatGPT to write pieces for me has increased my potential productivity significantly.  Maybe more than one hundredfold! I am developing a website about localism,…

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The Labour Party have indicated that if they come to power they will not jettison the Levelling Up  plan (though no doubt they might re-badge…

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In the Middle East, religious extremists have once again derailed the fragile peace train. On November 4 1995, Israeli Jewish extremists assassinated their Prime Minister…

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A warm wave to colleagues and collaborators celebrating World Autism Day, heading up a month of awareness building and campaigning championed by the UN. Many…

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