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In The Netherlands children are tested in the 6th grade, secondary education is divided into several levels of education (4 to be precise). More and more parents hire people to train their children for these tests which defeats the purpose of testing...

Unfortunately, the damage that Covid-19 causes is almost certainly not confined entirely to the death rate. We may not know for some time exactly what else it causes, but even now we have enough evidence to know that there are other problems out there....

The twelfth of July is the climax of the Ulster Protestant marching season, with Orangemen marching to approximately 19 venues across Northern Ireland. The Loyal Orange Order is a worldwide Protestant fraternity that celebrates a distinct religious, cultural...

As a pandemic and a global anti-racism movement unsettle us and force us to think deeply about how our societies perpetuate an inequality that threatens the lives of those on the sharp end of law enforcement and poor healthcare access, our “thinkers”...

The election is about more than a few controversial reforms and some divisive rhetoric. PiS is well on the way to establishing what Orban has termed an illiberal democracy. The mechanism is simple: all state institutions are made subservient to the party...

Only ACDC the rock group that could turn cannon fire and bagpipes into hard rock gold. AC DC - e mais um classico It is great to hear the story of how the bagpipes got to be the song Mark Evans tells a story about the song, its a long way to the top.AC/DC...

'remember to breathe', was often said to me which although it made me laugh I thought was true. I read a book once about SAS snipers who would calm themselves before taking the shot by deep breathing so they were steady on the trigger. I think remembering...

People need to feel confident; at the moment there doesn't seem to be a clear direction of travel from the government, nor are important messages being given to the large numbers of citizens who seem rather uninformed. What does seem obvious is that social...

I am not against free speech, it’s the absolute foundation of a free society, but it has to be balanced with accountability and respect for the views of others.

It breaks my heart every time a print publication goes out of business or online only. I read the news online each day because there are many, which gives me a well-rounded look at what's really happening. However, "screen" viewing for some of these magazines...

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