Quality of Life (2) – work and unemployment

This is the continuation of my series of posts in response to the Lib Dems’ Quality of Life consulation paper, the first of which can be found here. Taking the next three questions in one go next: 6. Should there be compulsory limits to working hours? Can employees make a genuinely free choice to opt-out… Continue reading Quality of Life (2) – work and unemployment

The demographics of Um?

I meant to blog about the Centre for Um discussion paper on demographic change by Alasdair Murray a couple of months ago, but I ended up getting distracted. As part of my general post-holiday catch-up, I thought I’d get my comments off my chest now, but as it was a while since I read the… Continue reading The demographics of Um?