– Updates from London #7: “WILL UK SCHOOLS RECOVER FROM COVID?”

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In light of Boris Johnson’s announcement of a ten-year government rebuilding programme for crumbling schools, last week’s tuition programme and the doubling up of ‘bubbles’ from 15 to 30 students, education has certainly been a hot topic in the UK press lately. Taking a cue from a debate taking place in Italy at the moment […]

Both Italy and Europe need a Rooseveltian New Deal

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It seems clear that the Western world is experiencing an undemocratic involution, in which the institutions responsible for protecting citizens’ rights and interests appear subordinate to a post-democratic and neo-aristocratic ideology: the so-called Neo-liberialism. By definition, Neo-liberalism is a dogmatic economic model revolving around the supposedly absolute science of economics, to which politicians must bow […]