The mental health of children and young people is at breaking point. The effects of the pandemic and the uncertainty that has surrounded its aftermath are pushing many into crisis.
Those who serve our country often have complex needs and are slow to seek aid. They must not be allowed to fall through the cracks.
There have been serious failings at the NHS Foundation Trust for these counties. Why is nobody held to account?
Before the pandemic one in nine young people had a probable mental health condition. That number has now jumped to one in six.
The Prime Minister needs the courage to face down the tiny minority who want to rush through the Conversion Therapy Bill.
The public has been subjected to two years of relentless bombardment about disease and death in this dystopian experiment.
Many areas in most need of transformation lack civil society organisations and miss out on the giving which supports them.
Decision-makers are merely trying to appease those who would rather keep schools closed.
This constitutional experiment has failed, not least because there is no such thing as ‘the science’.
There are a number of indications that compliance wouldn’t as be as good as perhaps anticipated.
Here are three measures the Department of Education should take to stop this from happening.
It seeks to define education settings as essential infrastructure alongside other premises such as power stations, hospitals and food retailers.
Even adults are now being offered guidance on everything from climate change to whether they should wear a face mask.
New legislation is required with serious penalties. Child safeguarding is a red line, and tanks are already being allowed to trundle over it.