Harry McQuillen: Age of insecurity

  • Our Ages of Insecurity

    Our Ages of Insecurity

    6th February 2015

    Many years ago, I asked my younger daughter, then at primary school, what she thought about…

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  • New column: Age of insecurity

    New column: Age of insecurity

    18th December 2014

    The enemy of insecurity is confidence, a commodity in short supply these days. Prospects of secure,…

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  • Our age of insecurity – part 3

    Our age of insecurity – part 3

    21st October 2014

    The six and a half million carers, of all ages, who look after relatives and others,…

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  • Our age of insecurity – part 2

    Our age of insecurity – part 2

    12th September 2014

    There are no easy answers to our present condition. By definition insecurity is a personal feeling….

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  • Our age of insecurity

    Our age of insecurity

    18th July 2014

    Few things sadden former teachers more than the present state of our schools.  In an age…

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  • How to win friends 3: Acceptance of Austerity

    How to win friends 3: Acceptance of Austerity

    20th December 2011

    For most of human history our lives were ruled by Fate, Until the arrival of what…

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  • How to win friends 2: Our Economic Bubble

    How to win friends 2: Our Economic Bubble

    7th December 2011

    The dash for growth was laudable. It went on for many years, but anyone with brains…

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  • How to win friends

    How to win friends

    18th October 2011

    Entitlements are perks that are given in old age. Nobody seems to question them, or even…

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  • Poem: The brilliance of buses

    Poem: The brilliance of buses

    2nd December 2010

    I want to talk of Buses and the freedom that they bring Of all the fun…

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