Charity history on Placecloud

As the summer sun first starting to make an appearance, with many of the lockdown restrictions just lifted, I spent a day taking a friend on a history walking tour of London. It was an opportunity for me to find out or remind myself what it's like to see for yourself each of the charity …

Retail as Fundraising: Some Questions from NHS History

One of the good things about my new scholarly home a the University of Wolverhampton is that it's home to CHORD - the Centre for the History of Retailing and Distribution. If you're at all familiar with my work on the history of hospitals and charity, you might be wondering what on earth that has …

Those undeserving ‘other people’: from Obamacare to Brexit

Sarah Kliff said an interesting thing recently. Of course, the Vox senior editor says a lot of interesting things. If you're at all interested in the twists and turns of US healthcare politics you should absolutely being following what she says. But one thing she said recently particularly jumped out at me. Talking on Vox's …