Monthly Archives: September 2013

Social mobility. We all think it’s fair enough. But do we want it so badly that we will change the habits of a lifetime?

Social mobility. It’s good, isn’t it? If you disagree, I would stop reading now otherwise you’ll get as riled as a unemployed Muslim asylum-seeker reading the Daily Mail. Which is to say very riled indeed. I would hope that the … Continue reading

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SMEs and Undergraduates. Not consummated quite yet but this is one love affair that will definitely not end in tears.

There is a long tradition in literature and music of the doomed romance. Take Abelard for instance. The David Beckham of the medieval monastic world. He had it all, fame, crowds of admirers, a body of published work. He fell … Continue reading

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The excitement builds in the quest to make SMEs a positive career choice for graduates. I’m about to lose control.

I’m so excited, and I just can’t hide it I’m about to lose control and I think I like it I’m so excited, and I just can’t hide it And I know, I know, I know, I know, I know … Continue reading

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