GUEST BLOG 7: Henry Gewanter

Why I had to expose the MPs’ expenses scandal Why would anyone take the risk of exposing widespread corruption in government? For me, it was a quirk of fate that was to change my life – and that of so many British politicians. I’d worked for two of Britain’s top three PR firms before setting…

GUEST BLOG 5 : Andy Maslen

Those who can, teach.  Can you remember a favourite teacher from your schooldays? Someone who inspired you? Someone who really made a difference in your life? For me it was Mr Dearman at my junior school. We called him Doddy. He taught us science and let us do practical stuff that was really exciting, not…

GUEST BLOG 4 : Tim Drake

We are not chameleons. It was said in defence of the guards in the concentration camps that they were kind to their dogs. So they retained some traces of human decency, despite working in a micro culture of gratuitous brutality. A psychological experiment at Harvard during the early sixties put ordinary citizens in a position…