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Boundless Curiosity

Shared from on 25 February 2015

I found this article the other day from Diane Coyle (@diane1859). She points to a 1959 controversy sparked by CP Snow’s observation about a preference in English education for Humanities over Sciences and a consequential lack of scientific literacy in the society of the time. It got me curious, particularly in the light of this brilliant piece from Wait but Why and some recent politics […]

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Stabbed with a Silver Spoon

Shared from on 19 February 2015

A friend drew my attention to this article from Stuart Marconie in the New Statesman the other day. For those that don’t know him, Stuart is an intelligent and witty music journalist and his intelligent and witty article wonders aloud whether popular music will be any weaker as a result of being the playground of the privileged […]

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Stabbed with a Silver Spoon

Shared from on 19 February 2015

A friend drew my attention to this article from Stuart Marconie in the New Statesman the other day. For those that don’t know him, Stuart is an intelligent and witty music journalist and his intelligent and witty article wonders aloud whether popular music will be any weaker as a result of being the playground of the privileged […]

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Stabbed with a Silver Spoon

Shared from on 19 February 2015

A friend drew my attention to this article from Stuart Marconie in the New Statesman the other day. For those that don’t know him, Stuart is an intelligent and witty music journalist and his intelligent and witty article wonders aloud whether popular music will be any weaker as a result of being the playground of the privileged […]

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Stabbed with a Silver Spoon

Shared from on 19 February 2015

A friend drew my attention to this article from Stuart Marconie in the New Statesman the other day. For those that don’t know him, Stuart is an intelligent and witty music journalist and his intelligent and witty article wonders aloud whether popular music will be any weaker as a result of being the playground of the privileged […]

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Stabbed with a Silver Spoon

Shared from on 19 February 2015

A friend drew my attention to this article from Stuart Marconie in the New Statesman the other day. For those that don’t know him, Stuart is an intelligent and witty music journalist and his intelligent and witty article wonders aloud whether popular music will be any weaker as a result of being the playground of the privileged […]

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Stabbed with a Silver Spoon

Shared from on 19 February 2015

A friend drew my attention to this article from Stuart Marconie in the New Statesman the other day. For those that don’t know him, Stuart is an intelligent and witty music journalist and his intelligent and witty article wonders aloud whether popular music will be any weaker as a result of being the playground of the privileged […]

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Stabbed with a Silver Spoon

Shared from on 19 February 2015

A friend drew my attention to this article from Stuart Marconie in the New Statesman the other day. For those that don’t know him, Stuart is an intelligent and witty music journalist and his intelligent and witty article wonders aloud whether popular music will be any weaker as a result of being the playground of the privileged […]

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Jeremy Hunt says NHS doctors and nurses must apologise for care failings

Shared from on 13 January 2014

Doctors and nurses should be more open and honest when things go wrong and "say sorry" to patients to help win back trust in the NHS, the health secretary has said.

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