All articles by: Murray Rowlands
Savage cuts by the Government in council spending of 37 percent between 2010 and 2015 have forced councils like Surrey Heath and Spelthorne to gamble heavily by entering the property …
It is quite remarkable that Poly Toynbee of the Guardian could choose to turn the Tory Leader of Surrey County Council David Hodge into a defender of community care services …
The story of the involvement of New Zealand soldiers in the battle of the Somme 100 years ago. From the bloodied survivors of their mauling on Gallipoli and with the …
As the number of people arrested or sacked after the failed military coup reaches nearly 60,000, Murray Rowlands examines the background to the events in Turkey When is a coup …
Many unanswered questions remain about the deaths at Deepcut, says Murray Rowlands
Now is the time to praise someone who has long been a bedrock of Labour – a man who is not famous but who has who made a notable contribution …
Reconstructing Faces: The art and Wartime Surgery of Gillies, Pickerill, McIndoe and Mowlem by Murray C Meikle (Otago University Press, £40)
The backdrop of Turkey’s election was the ghost of past coalition governments and the coups and chaos they brought with them.
The natural reaction is to wring one’s hands in horror at the events in Ankara on Saturday October 10. This does not do justice to the task of understanding the …
After the Labour leadership election, Murray Rowlands reads the runes on possible historical parallels
The real game changer in the recent Turkish elections was the success for the pro-Kurdish People’s Democratic Party (HDP).
Morley College: A 125th Anniversary Portrait ed Janet Sacks (Third Millennium; to order a copy please e-mail email@example.com)
Murray Rowlands argues for a reassessment of the WWI commander Douglas Haig
Murray Rowlands reports on the electoral setback for Turkey’s hardline leader
On the centenary of the Gallipoli campaign, Murray Rowlands assesses the tragic events
Murray Rowlands outlines why it is high that the time full role of the famous military town was acknowledged
Amber Pember Reeves deserves far great recognition as a pioneering campaigner for women’s rights, argues Murray Rowlands
John Key, the right-wing National Party Prime Minister, has been overwhelmingly re-elected for a third term.
Labour cannot afford to jettison progressive ideas in 2015, contends Murray Rowlands
Murray Rowlands, who is a Michael Gove constituent, gives his assessment of the man
The transport system of the whole country needs improving, says Murad Qureshi