Paul McNamee the Editor of The Big issue
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"Julie Bailey's whistleblowing brought about a review of the entire system by the boss of NHS England"
"The wrongness of succumbing to unnecessary 'two for one' offers while others queue at foodbanks cannot be lost on us"
"The NHS is a symbol of all that is great – but it needs a radical restructure"
"Why not investigate if there is value in complete governmental buyout?"
"The most important thing to come from Russell Brand is that we need to think about things differently"
"How about an energy plan that looks 10 or 15 years into the future?"
"Theresa May's immigration rhetoric does nothing except stoke the worst aspects of people’s personalities"
"Dave and his breadmaker, Ed and the Daily Mail... it means we miss stories like one half of Chase and Status setting up a free school"
"While politicos chit-chat about naughty Damian McBride, in the real world fears about meeting bills consume more thought"
"Two big films are being released that tell of very different Scotlands - and may influence the referendum"
"Would growth in the economy have come anyway, regardless of the chancellor’s plans?"
"Education used to be a route to a better life for those with ability, even if they didn’t have means"
"More nauseating than the diet Oliver bridled against was the reaction"
"This strikes as a threat to truths and freedoms, and it's beholden on us all to make noise about that"
"Voices outside of the mainstream, those that refuse to become nodding dogs, are increasingly not welcome"
"Britain is four times more angry about a Marmite advert than it is by the sinister 'Go Home' vans"
"Football can inspire and, of course, football can break your heart. It feels good to have it back"
"These men of the cloth are working for those without a voice, rather than simply preaching"
"When jobs and options for people are at a premium, Mike Ashley is trying to do something to create work and make it pay"
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