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cazzypotsblog

Labels, are they always the answer?

from cazzypotsblog

Twitter: @cazzypot

Writing about a variety of education issues from both teacher and parent perspective.


sally d

The Big Conversation

from Sally Donovan

Twitter: @sallydwrites

Sally writes about parenting two children who have been adopted from UK social services. This intriguing blog reveals what it's like to be an adoptive parent and discusses parenting with a differenc...


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Marriage, homosexuality and the matter of choice.

from Thief of Time

Twitter: @karlou

Originally about family life but increasingly becoming about current affairs.


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The Brilliance of Barbara Spencer

from Writer's cramp

Twitter: @barbaraspencerO

Children's author Barbara Spencer blogs


What Can I Do About It?

The policing of prostitution in West Yorkshire – the view from the street (Part...

from What Can I Do About It?

Twitter: @cockburn_john

The blog is about responding constructively to bad things through research, writing, sharing, donating and mobilising. "Bad things" being everything from gender and social inequality to...


Donna Navarro

‘She Can' Appeal from Action Aid

from Donna Navarro

Twitter: @lexiconlane

Donna Navarro: writer, campaigner and mum of two. Passionate about social justice, feminism and stopping violence against women.


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Universal Basic Income from a libertarian perspective - A labour market analysis

from Another Angry Voice

Twitter: @https://twitter.com/Angry_Voice

A social activist blog focusing mainly on politics, economics and philosophy, but occasionally drifting odd into history theology and topical news.


Mid-Wife Crisis

Almost entirely lost for words.

from Mid-Wife Crisis

Twitter: @Mid_WifeCrisis

Molly Bennett is a wife, mother to two teenagers and (even worse) caseworker to an MP. The blog was shortlisted for the 2011 Orwell Prize.


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Maw Broon's

from Mummy Do That!

Twitter: @cartside

A blog by a mum based in Glasgow and working in the voluntary sector for a children's charity. This mum is bringing up her two children in a bilingual environment (English and German). She likes...


stephen k bush

Why Martin Amis is wrong on Englishness

from A Dangerous Notion

Twitter: @stephenkbush

Stephen blogs about politics, arts, books and London life. He's a recently graduated young person from a single parent family and he's got plenty to say.