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May 2016 Archives - Reform Magazine

A good question: Should Britain leave the EU?

22/04/2016 |

One question, four answers


This is an extract from the May 2016 edition of Reform.

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Niall Cooper: The school holiday hunger gap

22/04/2016 |

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. However, increasing numbers of schoolchildren from low income families begin their day without it.

According to a recent survey for the NASUWT teachers’ union, in the past year nearly three-quarters of … Read More

Interview: Hard love

22/04/2016 |

Terri Roberts, whose son committed a school shooting, talks to Stephen Tomkins

To lose a son in a school shooting is a mother’s nightmare. But how does she cope with discovering that he was also the gunman? On 2 October … Read More

A letter from… California

22/04/2016 |

Robin Wallis reflects on politics, US style

As a British voter, I’ve often thought that US presidential campaigns look preposterously long and wasteful. How much better our
snappy four-week general election showdowns! Now though – living in California, watching this year’s … Read More

Jumble sales of the apocalypse: Ecclesiastical deference

22/04/2016 |

Simon Jenkins on the problem with ecclesiastical deference

I was standing in the crowd outside Westminster Abbey one afternoon in 2010, waiting for the Pope to arrive in his “bulletproof ice cream van” (as one Twitter user had nicknamed the … Read More

Community in bloom

22/04/2016 |

Stan Hazell visits an award-winning gardening project

Walk around the streets surrounding Stand United Reformed Church in Chapelfield, Greater Manchester, and you cannot fail to spot the raised planters, which, from spring to the end of summer, are full of … Read More