Monthly Archives: December 2010

Reduced hours for psychologists

The Financial Times, dated November 27 / November 28 2010, under the headline ‘Cuts fears rise in special needs schools’, reported that Camden [Council] suggests providing only minimal support from psychologists. One can only applaud this suggestion if it were … Continue reading

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Hearsay based action

Hearsay-based action: a failure of common-sense, common-knowledge or common-ground? At the inquiry into the 7/7 bombings in London in 2005, it has been reported that a number of emergency service rescuers wouldn’t jump down to the rail tracks, insisting they … Continue reading

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