January 2017

This is a little example in today’s Daily Telegraph: Mrs Merkel has been a strong supporter of the EU and US sanctions regime imposed on Russia following the annexation of Crimea and invasion of eastern Ukraine in 2014. It appears in an article discussing a the phone calls between new US President Donald Trump and European […]

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Michael Fallon, Britain’s ludicrous Defence Secretary, has referred to the Russian aircraft carrier (or cruiser) which is currently returning to Russia from a mission in Syria as a “ship of shame” which “skulked” up the English channel. [1] He claimed that Russia’s mission in Syria has “extended the suffering of the Syrian people”. This is […]

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The BBC (a sort of huge local authority whose main purpose is to promote its own existence) has been responding to a change in the sentencing guidelines for people who don’t buy a TV license. The change allows courts to consider using a conditional discharge rather than a fine in a few cases. The BBC, […]

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The Guardian reports on another study showing that the youngest children in a group are more likely to get an ADHD diagnosis. This makes at least 4 studies which have come to the same result. The others are: William N. Evans, Melinda S. Morrill, Stephen T. Parente. Measuring inappropriate medical diagnosis and treatment in survey data: The case […]

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Surveillance A critique of the review into Home Education carried out in 2009 (under the last Labour government). ADHD De-constructing the ADHD narrative in the UK Psychotherapy This is a personal post by the Editor of this magazine.

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