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Private Eye notes the many gifts accepted by Boris from Chinese business men

Whilst gift-giving is normal practice in the business world, it is generally accepted that public figures should practise extreme caution in receiving gifts. As Private Eye deadpans in its opening sentence from the article ‘China and Qatar gives thanks to Boris & Co’ (12th Dec 2014): 80 more words

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London Mayor Asks: "Would People Complain If Immigrants Were White"

People with concerns about Britain’s booming population should ask themselves if they would be bothered if it was fuelled by a surge in white Anglo Saxon protestant babies, the Mayor of London has said.

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Spreadable Media – Analysis

This blog has been written to show the results so far of my attempt at creating a piece of spreadable media.

The artefact I was trying to spread is a mashup/supercut piece that is made up of Mayor of London, Boris Johnson speeches that have been cut up and edited (in an attempt at humour) to recite bad erotic fiction. 673 more words

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Emirates Air Line cable car now has NO regular commuters

853 exclusive: It had just four regular commuters last year – now the Emirates Air Line cable car appears to have NO regular users at all between Greenwich Peninsula and the Royal Docks, according to figures issued by Transport for London. 967 more words

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Spreadable Media Blog 5 – Spread The Word


The Boris Johnson video has made the use of tagging on YouTube as well as links being posted in comments of popular videos by ‘ 71 more words

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Spreadable Media Blog 4- Ideas: part 3

This blog is the last in this three part series documenting my ideas (good, bad and ugly) for a spreadable media project I am currently doing as part of my MSc course at Salford University. 333 more words

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MOPAC - And How They Just Keep Giving

Well, that’s giving in a taking sort of way really. I must thank @TanyaSmith67 for bringing this matter to my attention, it had completely passed me by.  603 more words