Articles from Stephen Lambert

GREY POWER OR YOUTH-QUAKE?

AGE, NOT CLASS IS NOW WHAT DIVIDES #VOTERS MOST For decades it has been believed that social class was the key determinant behind the outcome of a general election. 

TEACHING CITIZENSHIP IN OUR SCHOOLS IS MORE VITAL THAN EVER

IN THE aftermath of the recent terrorist attack on London soil, where the Government acknowledged the pitfalls of its anti-extremist strategy and counter-radicalisation measures, the need to win the hearts and minds to our democratic norms and liberal values , is more important than ever before.

NOW IS NOT THE TIME TO UNDERMINE THE GOVERNMENT’S PREVENT STRATEGY.

THE FAR RIGHT POSES A BIG EXTREMIST THREAT TO THE NORTH OF ENGLAND PREVENT, part of the Government’s revised annual £40m counter terrorism strategy, seeks to challenge the impact of extremism and radicalisation by ‘’encouraging debate’ in local communities, schools, colleges and universities.

FIND THOSE MISSING VOTERS! To do otherwise would be a betrayal of the younger generation

ON the day the Prime Minister called a general election last month 350,000 people registered to vote on line. Yet it's estimated that up to 9 million people across the UK are still 'missing' from the official electoral register.

Working-class youth and the old Youth Training Scheme

YOUTH unemployment has been a big socio-economic problem in the UK for 40 years.

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