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Papering over the cracks

May 26, 2019 0

by UKR columnist Dave Randle As soon as you see the vacuous buzzwords on the wall of the meeting room at Whorlton Hall [undercover footage of patients being abused], you know the whole set-up is […]

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The Legacy of Science

May 19, 2019 0

by UKR columnist Dave Randle Life managed to organise and operate the brains and bodies, the chemicals and the minerals of the Earth for millennia before Galen or William Harvey ‘discovered’ the circulation of the […]

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Realms of the Peer

May 19, 2019 0

by UKR columnist Dave Randle One of the fundamental principles of science as we believe we know it is that it should boldly go where no man has gone before; that it is fearless and […]

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Here’s a wild idea . . . Number One

May 12, 2019 0

by Steve Cook So here is a wild idea. There are currently, at a rough guess, 1.5 million people on unemployment benefits in the UK (someone can correct me if I got the number wildly […]

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No will, no way?

April 28, 2019 0

by Dave Randle I had gone to Lancaster in a Fiat Ulysse test car in search of the Pendle witches and the Forest of Bowland, all of which would provide feature material for various magazines. […]

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