‘When organisations’ behaviours betray their value statements’

This perspective was shared in the latest BMJ and begins: The author then shares a worry: The author goes on to remind us that many of the chronic difficulties encountered … Continue reading ‘When organisations’ behaviours betray their value statements’

A word that contains its opposite in itself

‘1984’ by George Orwell: “A word [that] contains its opposite in itself. Take ‘good’, for instance. If you have a word like ‘good’, what need is there for a word … Continue reading A word that contains its opposite in itself

‘Moral Vacuums’

NEWS:  Westminster over-written by psychiatry. Without any reply, I have asked the Royal College of Psychiatrists the following questions:  Sunshine Legislation: does the College support this? Does the College support … Continue reading ‘Moral Vacuums’

‘Your play is about a Twitter storm’

This was printed in one of the magazines that was included with last weekend’s newspapers. It describes why Janine Lee-Jones left Twitter and why she wrote a play about it. … Continue reading ‘Your play is about a Twitter storm’