Category Archives: Journalism

Do some Politicians justify broadcasters fitting mute buttons?


Over the last few weeks in the election campaign it has become very clear that certain Politicians have worked out that they can appear on TV or speak on the Radio and yet avoid being challenged by talking over the … Continue reading

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Either McLoughlin or Kuenssberg are deeply out of touch


Tonight on BBC Radio 4 Any Questions, Patrick McLoughlin claimed that he had not read the Treasury document which sets out the basis of our EU departure which earlier today Jeremy Corbyn had made public. As part of the Any … Continue reading

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Gove appears to want a joint leadership role


To be fair, retweeting someone else’s tweet can happen for a range of reasons and there is no certainty that Michael is agreeing with Christian who is described as “Reporter, token wet and shitposting correspondent @guidofawkes. Any tips/stories: christian@order-order.com or … Continue reading

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An Independent body must decide National Electoral Debates


The news that Johnson is choosing which debates he would like to take part in and which he would rather not is understandable as he is a human being and some will be a better match to his skills and … Continue reading

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Today must stop allowing IEA to promote its false claims and lack of economic understanding


Towards the end of the Today programme yesterday Morning at 8.35am, the programme introduced two people to talk about the U turn plans announced by Boris Johnson at the CBI conference to reduce corporation tax cuts to Businesses and release … Continue reading

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Lets avoid focusing on GE2019 for the next week


The focus by our media and public and online discussions are now extensively focused on the events due to take place on 12th December. This of course will make sense to the MPs and political parties and the donors to … Continue reading

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Seven years is not a very long time in unchained Politics


Its is intriguing that a group of people like Patel, Truss, Raab, Kwarteng and Skidmore who are now presenting themselves as credible members of the next Government (if their party gets a majority of seats) sat down and wrote a … Continue reading

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