History shows how UK could create a fairer society

After the Virus is an accessible, lucid and in many ways an essential read, revealing as it does the appalling outcome of decades of neoliberalism in the UK, leading to a ‘cancer of corruption and cronyism’ in the…

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Writer, poet, tutor and mentor in literature and creative writing (MA and BA Hons degrees in English literature), book editor, journalist and musician.

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Geoff Ward

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Writer, poet, tutor and mentor in literature and creative writing (MA and BA Hons degrees in English literature), book editor, journalist and musician.

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