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The Press Gazette social media awards and me

I’ve been to London this week for the Press Gazette social media awards – somehow I managed to make PG’s top 50 list of reporters on Twitter… 218 more words

Katz Attempting to Force Out Paxman

When Newsnight’s Ian Katz is not singing along with his eyes closed at private gigs with Dave, Samantha and Tom Ford, Guido hears he is sharpening his knife. 83 more words


Israel identified it’s enemies as perpetrators of 9/11 within hours of the attacks

Highlights from the BBC’s flagship news and current affairs programme, Newsnight, broadcast less than 10 hours after the attacks on September 11.

Notable for statements by Richard Perle, who appears keen throughout to imply a connection with Iraq and Iran — thus sticking to the Project for the New American Century script, of which he is co-author. 82 more words

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Thank you, Mister Robinson!

This week in New Zealand we have farewelled a servant of public broadcasting . Geoff Robinson presented the Morning Report news programme for forty years and today he stood down and headed into the new shores of retirement. 581 more words

Andrew Mwenda - making a stand against anti-gay law...

In February 2014  Uganda’s president President Yoweri Museveni signed off a bill toughening anti-gay laws allowing those convicted of homosexuality to be imprisoned for life.    The anti-homosexuality bill passed through parliament in December after its architects agreed to drop a death penalty clause. 82 more words

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Righteous indignation over Russia won’t save Clegg from another UKIP beasting

Poor Cleggers.

After failing to land enough blows on opponent Nigel Farage with his trusty sword of truth during their LBC Radio EU debate, Nick Clegg is preparing the ground for an all-out assault on the UKIP leader’s apparent admiration for Russian President Vladimir Putin ahead of the BBC version. 585 more words