January is, of course, the worst month to start a year, but before you know it we’ll be back to brightening evenings and talk of exam boards, so we can all look forward to those.
Dear Colleagues, This is always one of the most difficult points of the year for me, because right now – directly after our annual conference – my head is full of a hundred and one ideas that I want to pursue following discussions with my fellow delegates and it’s very hard to know where to […]
In the few months since my last message to you, Europe has changed, perhaps fundamentally.
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