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Riot police were forced to break up crowds at a teenager’s 16th birthday party after 3,000 people turned up because she left the Facebook event invitation open. A lesson in there for us all ! Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2206919/Riot-Facebook-party-attended-thousands.html#ixzz27HOtNr9I Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on FacebookRead more
Here’s my speech from last night’s Westminster Debate about Life after the UK riots. Good Evening Thank you so much for inviting me here this evening to discuss such an important subject. You like me, were probably really shocked and horrified to watch the events unfold live […]Read more
House of Commons hosts open debate on supporting parents and their children after the UK summer riots The House of Commons, 12th December, 6.30 pmRead more
I am very honoured to have been invited to join the panel for this debate about The Riots at The House of Commons in December. The riots in the UK in 2011, which started on August 6th and continued on until 9th August were a bolt from […]Read more
I’m delighted to have been invited to join a panel for a debate in the House of Commons in December on the recent riots in London.Read more
Four years ago I read the UNICEF report on why children in the UK were so unhappy, so un-cherished and so un -nurtured. I was so incensed by the Report the last time, that I stayed up until 2.30 am to record a video called “A Nation […]Read more
Sue Atkins talks to Sue Learner about parenting and discipline, in the wake of the riots that spread destruction through the streets of London and most of the major English cities. The teenagers involved in the riots clearly thought it was acceptable to loot and vandalise. Do […]Read more
The riots in the UK shocked the world but I believe that good will come from the ashes of the burning cars and the looted shops as we will as a Nation begin to look at the underlying causes to such wilful and reckless looting, greed and […]Read more
“If the ladder is not leaning against the right wall, every step we take just gets us to the wrong place faster” ~ Stephen R Covey Respect is the key energy of any happy family, community or society and it is one of the most important things […]Read more
I gave a keynote speech for the Staff Conference in Central Hall Westminister for the wonderful School Home Support Charity for whom I am an ambassador when I read this wonderful quote: “Set your sights high, the higher the better. Expect the most wonderful things to happen, not […]Read more
If we hope to create a non-violent world where respect and kindness replace fear and hatred We must begin with how we treat each other at the beginning of life. For that is where our deepest patterns are set. From these roots grow fear and alienation ~or […]Read more
By Janaki Mahadevan Tuesday, 09 August 2011 Be the first to comment ! Young people have been praised for taking to the streets to clean up after another night of rioting across London. Volunteering charity V has been encouraging groups of young people to […]Read more
Every little helps – Tesco, booze and binge drinking I was fascinated to listen to the lovely Jeremy Vine talking today on BBC Radio 2 to the very enthusiastic chap from Tesco about their support of the government’s proposals to curb binge drinking and rowdy behaviour. Britain’s biggest […]Read more