Tuesday, 30 July 2013 09:32

Is social exclusion unavoidable?

This morning I walked over Millennium bridge on my way to work.  On the middle of the bridge, a guy was handing out some flyers with a tennis player on the front.

After grabbing one, I quickly realised it was a Jewish flyer that compared tennis with religion. I found the link quite tenuous at first, but soon realised it was rather genius.

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On Monday 1st of July, a team of twenty two young people stepped into the shoes of Leigh Journal’s press team, for the debut of ‘The Leigh Games’. The annual sporting event was organised by Andy Burnham MP and Lesley McGreebey from Wigan and Leigh NHS to promote sport for young people in the area.

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Last week, Katie Hopkins stirred up much hatred across the country for admitting she wouldn’t like her children to play with kids whose names expose their lower class roots.

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Friday, 12 July 2013 10:54

The benefits of regular reflection

This summer over 14,000 young people will take part in NCS powered by The Challenge. For 15-17 year olds across the country, NCS will be a time of reflection, where their strengths and weaknesses will be made unquestionably clear.

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Friday, 05 July 2013 14:27

Trust is a matter of spying

From 20th century Cold War espionage to last month’s PRISM story, spying has remained a well-established practice within our society for years now.

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This is a story of a game for two people. The game is called the Ultimatum game. It works like this.The first person is the Divider. They are given £10. But they have to offer some of that money to the second person who is the Chooser.  The Divider can offer any amount to the Chooser from 1p to £10.

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