Post-war Britain and its role in international charity and development campaigns

Here is an essay I recently completed for one of my classes on the significance of British involvement in international charity and development work in the early post-war era. For references and bibliography, please see the original PDF file here.  To what extent did early development work and international charity campaigns mark a shift in thinking about […]

Private Schools, Public Vice

Recently, Tristram Hunt, Shadow Secretary of State for Education, announced that if elected, Labour will introduce a ‘School Partnership Standard’ which would require all private schools ‘to form genuine and accountable partnerships with state schools’. Hunt wants to see ‘more private schools running summer schools, sponsoring academies, assisting state boarding schools and assisting professional exchange.’ […]