Emergency powers and coronavirus -saving lives whilst protecting freedoms

There have been two significant decisions this week concerning the pandemic. The first took place in a Scottish court where the closure of churches in Scotland during the latest lockdown was ruled unlawful.  The second was the vote at Parliament to renew emergency powers for another 6 months. Now, both decisions have elicited a rangeContinue reading “Emergency powers and coronavirus -saving lives whilst protecting freedoms”

The A Level Results Scandal – how not to use algorithms

A Level results are dropping into young people‚Äôs in boxes this morning and from what we have heard on the news and seen with the Scottish results there is going to be a lot of disappointment this morning. Earlier this year, when it became clear that the normal summer exams would not be possible, teachersContinue reading “The A Level Results Scandal – how not to use algorithms”