Monthly Archives: November 2011

Sri Lanka’s ‘criminal’ general

On Friday, in a Sri Lankan court room, the ex-head of the Sri Lankan army, Sarath Fonseka, was sentenced to three years in prison. His crime: alleging that his own forces committed atrocities during the conflict with Tamil fighters. Anyone … Continue reading

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“An August child knows nothing but stress” – A prespective from an August child.

Institute for Fiscal Studies data shows that August-born children in the UK do less well at school, may do less well at university (or are generally less likely to get there), and that this follows through their lives. I was … Continue reading

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