A case for education reform

Education today is largely administered and funded by the central government, however, this doesn’t have to be the case. Independent (private) schools have consistently out-performed state schools for decades – yet for many lower-income families, the choice to send their children to the former isn’t feasible. This has led to a great disparity in educationContinue reading “A case for education reform”

Inflation during the 1970s

Inflation isn’t a major issue in Britain today, with the inflation rate averaging at just under 2% over the past decade. However, those living in the 1970s weren’t so fortunate, with the inflation rate reaching 25% in 1975. Prior to the 1970s, economists thought that there was an inverse relationship between unemployment and inflation. However,Continue reading “Inflation during the 1970s”