We’ve just created a new category on the blog called The Buzz – it’s really just a section for all things current and we think, of interest and which we feel should be discussed or noted for its future impact. More than anything though, it’s just an excuse to put more sparkly text on the blog….
Righ now, it feels like a mad frenzy has taken over the family justice system and other parts of government, as more and more committees scrutinise Bills and other legislation this week, perhaps in a dash to the finish line for the Summer holidays. Or maybe it’s just mad here at Researching Reform and we’re starting to get dizzy with it (the glitter text may have something to do with this). Nevertheless, we thought we’d share what we found with you, as there’s lots that’s noteworthy and some interesting news items which have popped up, too.
- The Health Committee discusses the Care Quality Commission today. Ignore the funny wording on Parliament’s website, it’s all happening, well, now.
- Controversial Poll says atheists divorce less, commit less crime and are better educated than their fellow Christians. The poll was carried out by a Christian organisation. We shall say no more.
- House wife seeks divorce over Mother In Law’s nagging. Meddling, nagging, same old, same old.