Childish behaviour

Liberal England points to an intriguing story from BBC Leicestershire: People are lying to the police about anti-social behaviour to get groups of children dispersed, police have said. A senior policeman admitted there was an increasing trend of residents calling to complain about innocent behaviour, like playing football. Inspector Andy Ramsey, from Leicestershire Police, said… Continue reading Childish behaviour

Social mobility and housing

(apologies for the lack of posts on this thus far – I’ve been remarkably busy over the past few weeks and that is set to continue. But I’ll do my best to keep this updated when I can). From what little feedback I’ve had about this website so far, a lot of people seem to… Continue reading Social mobility and housing

Getting the ball rolling

I’ve been sitting on the url for a couple of months now, but work pressures have made it very difficult to get things moving. I’ve been finally spurred into action for two reasons: firstly, Andrew Rawnsley’s article in the Observer this Sunday on the subject of Generational Equity is a clear sign that this… Continue reading Getting the ball rolling