Entries from July 2011
28 July 2011 - Roger Noriega calls for overthrow of Chavez, and then informs BBC analysis article
25 July 2011 - Brendan O'Neill brings anti-Semitism into the Hackgate debate
14 July 2011 - Nick Triggle excuses predicted NHS reform problems
19 July 2011 - UK Uncut still being called 'rioters' despite Met Police contradiction
14 July 2011 - NATO not mentioned when reporting on Libyan rebel's human rights abuses
29 July 2011 - Terry Smith: 'there haven't really been any cuts yet'
14 July 2011 - More Subtle Defence of News Corp?
7 July 2011 - Toby Young's Defence of the Murdoch Press
The public outcry surrounding the News of the World phone hacking scandal provided an opportunity for those in power to implement the changes that have been in the making since the release of Andrew Lansley's White Paper, 'Equity and Excellence: Liberating the NHS', in July 2010. On 11th July David Cameron...
Former soldier, Joe Glenton, who joined the Royal Logistic Corps in 2004, spent four months in prison for refusing to return to Afghanistan, following his first tour there in 2006. We discussed by email his experience as a subject of media focus. Q: While on duty in Afghanistan, you saw differences between...
Professor James Post of Boston University made the bold assertion yesterday that Rupert Murdoch's “credibility” as chairman and CEO of the media empire 'News Corporation' was now dangerously “haemorrhaging”, suggesting in the process that the News Corp company is suffering from the scandal involving its founder in the UK. Yesterday, after...
The events of the past few weeks regarding the hacking scandal at the News of the World and the closure of the paper resulted in yesterday's hearing in which Rebekah Brooks, Rupert Murdoch and James Murdoch faced questioning from a panel of MPs about the phone hacking scandal. The British public...
“Migrants ‘take the jobs from young Britons’”, ran the headline of the Telegraph’s website on 30th June , the night before Iain Duncan Smith’s speech on jobs and immigration. The subheadline elaborates: “Mass immigration poses the biggest threat to attempts to get millions of people off benefits, Iain Duncan Smith...
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