Posted on 10:07am Wednesday 21st May 2014
Tottenham Hotspur Foundation’s Kicks project uses football to to break down barriers between young people and the police. The free sessions for 5 – 19 year olds are proven to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour and increase interest in sports, while creating life changing opportunities leading young people to find employment and education.
Posted on 5:26pm Tuesday 10th May 2011
When the electorate votes no to electoral reform, what's the alternative to the Alternative Vote, and do the electorate care?
Posted on 3:43pm Tuesday 26th April 2011
Slashing the police force budget may have a negative impact on crime levels, but the Government seems far more interested in cutting police numbers than in cutting crime.
Posted on 6:18pm Monday 18th April 2011
With unemployment in Edmonton almost pushing 10%, the Government still appears to have no proper plan for growth. How far will they let the figures soar out of control before they change course?
Posted on 5:09pm Monday 4th April 2011
Already 45% of children in Edmonton live in poverty. If the Government keeps on down the track its on, that percentage will rise dramatically. The Coalition committed itself to the pledge to eradicate child poverty by 2020 so why isn't it acting?
Posted on 12:45pm Monday 28th March 2011
Sure Start Children's Centres are widely thought of as being one of the great achievements of the previous government. Even David Cameron agreed. But now he seems to have changed his mind and is slashing their funding.