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Incredulous correspondence

28 July 2014By Jan Stanton

The tone of letters from matrimonial lawyers is unhelpful.

Poor interpretation

28 July 2014By Malcolm Fowler

It is meaningless to speak airily and arrogantly about savings made when it comes to interpreters. What is the cost to the rule of law?

Taking a punt

28 July 2014By Michael Sainsbury

Don’t talk nonsense. Speak in clear and understandable English.

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.

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