Monthly Archives: November 2014

Sarah Lucas : I believe Ched Evans.

When I was about 23, I met a guy called Wesley in a nightclub. We chatted for a while and he invited me back to his. He was texting someone on the way home, but I was drunk and thought

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Tina Calder : To work, or not to work…

I recently read a parenting column online from someone considered quite radical in their thinkings. And while I didn’t agree with their parenting style I have to admit I was intrigued by their openness, honesty and sheer passion about their

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Ann Allan – My Thoughts On Open Government Network NI Launch

Have you ever wondered why our politicians make certain decisions?  Have you ever asked yourself if they have taken into account the wishes of those who elected them? Is there a mechanism to find out what the various parliamentary committees

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