The power of endorsement is an incredible thing. When you see the ridiculously large amounts of money companies are willing to pay someone like David Beckham to have his face in the same picture as a drink, sunglasses or even… Read More ›
Can anyone seriously think that faith schools are a form of child abuse?
Oh dear. The British Humanist Association (BHA) have been attempting to stir up trouble again. Given that they employ someone full-time to run campaigns against faith schools, it’s not surprising that they’ve managed to find another way to try to cause mischief…. Read More ›
Is poor parenting a disease blighting our society?
The Riots, Communities and Victims Panel’s independent report on the causes of last summer’s riots is officially published today, but having been leaked to Sky News yesterday, the launch is now a complete non-event. I suspect they may be a bit… Read More ›
Will the Government keep its promise to protect our children online?
A YouGov poll in February 2011 found that 93% of Women and 73% Men (83% average total) felt that the ease with which pornographic content can be viewed on the internet is damaging to children. However, only one of the… Read More ›
Marriage Week UK and launch of the National Parenting Initiative
Today is of course Valentine’s Day, but it is also the last day of Marriage Week UK. As the nation forks out a small fortune for cards and chocolate all in the name of romantic love, Marriage Week does it’s best… Read More ›
Ian Duncan Smith’s benefit cap plan – what’s best for children?
I’m sitting here typing this having just seen that the government has been defeated by the Lords in a vote on its plans to cap benefits for a household to £26,000 per year. The amendment to exclude child benefit from… Read More ›