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Budgets: history repeats itself

21 July 2014By Nigel Smith

Costs budgeting is not new.

Burka ban majority matters

21 July 2014By James Pinder

Why is it a danger that the rights of minorities could be usurped by the majority?

SEN stupidity

21 July 2014By Christopher Digby-Bell

The problem with ‘joined up thinking’ in relation to special educational needs is that there is no easy marriage between education, health and social care.

Taking offence over aid cuts

21 July 2014

I find the implication that lawyers are contributing nothing deeply offensive.

Salford civil centre: playing it safe

14 July 2014By Howard Shelley

Until Salford claims centre can be trusted with electronic money transfers, I’ll stick to cheques – at least they can be stopped.

Banking on Chancery Lane

14 July 2014By Robin Davis

I might be greeted with derision, but I think the Law Society should set up its own bank.

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