Category Archives: Journalism

Does Priti and her colleagues understand our economy?


After Boris was elected as leader of his party by 93,000 party members and appointed Prime Minister by the Queen two weeks ago, he began the process of putting together a Cabinet to run our nation. However he also had … Continue reading

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Britain’s Trump needs to be challenged over his media barriers


The decision by Boris and his media team to control when he is given questions and when he speaks is clearly something his mentor, Donald would support. However we are not the US and Boris is not our President, he … Continue reading

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Telegraph needs to organise its journalism


The content contained within most newspapers is of course quite diverse, particularly where external columnists are included. However the internal team of journalists should be working with something of a strategy and understanding of one another. I write a weekly … Continue reading

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Two Brexiteer journalists named Simon point out its catastrophic impact


There are many journalists who either personally or corporately oppose our remaining in the EU. However as they attempt to carry out their work it becomes clearer and clearer that our departure from the EU is nonsensical and that we … Continue reading

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Is TReason the nature of the Darroch leak?


It is clear that when most journalists publish leaked state material, they are doing so to make the nation aware of issues that are going on behind closed doors, that will have an impact on many of us. In theses … Continue reading

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Stephen Kinnock needs to adopt the clear alternative


In yesterdays Guardian, Stephen Kinnock wrote a piece under the snazzy headline “The withdrawal agreement bill is the only game in town – Labour must back it” His arguments are both very understandable and also very inadequate. One paragraph is … Continue reading

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Why Revoking Article 50 should be the way forward


This is a fascinating article that emerged through social media over the last few hours which explains why departing from the EU if it is to be effective demands an entirely different approach to the one which our Government has … Continue reading

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