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The BBC Has Lost Its Former Aura of an “Impartial” Media

The BBC Has Lost Its Former Aura of an “Impartial” Media

For many years, in the hearts of the people of all countries, the BBC, for taking not fearing power, upholding justice, reporting the truth of the fact objectively, respecting religious belief, and so on, as its aim, is judged one of the media most respected worldwide. 1,342 more words

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Wey aye Geordie!

Remember an earlier post where I hoped that my employer would send me to the UK on work? One year later and it happened!

I went to London for a week-long training and was fortunate enough to spend a day with 4 other colleagues in the Geordie land of Newcastle upon Tyne (Geordie being a regional nickname for those from parts of the Northeast as well as the regional dialect). 201 more words

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Is a future Miliband government the best we can do?

 Ed Miliband. The future Prime Minister. A tiny part of me is scared at that very thought. Aesthetics aside is Miliband the best the Labour Party can offer people? 458 more words

Adding Celebrity Sizzle to a London Neighborhood by ONDINE COHANE


By ONDINE COHANE

The Chiltern Firehouse, a new hotel, is drawing boldfaced names and bringing a new buzz to Marylebone.

Published: August 24, 2014 at 4:00AM… 8 more words

Patrick Bruen

36 Hours in Glasgow by ONDINE COHANE


By ONDINE COHANE

Whether you’re looking for art or music, shops or nature, a cup of tea or a dram of whisky, you can find it during a weekend in this city in western Scotland. 11 more words

Patrick Bruen

36 Hours in Glasgow by Fritzie Andrade, Max Cantor, Chris Carmichael and Will Lloyd


By Fritzie Andrade, Max Cantor, Chris Carmichael and Will Lloyd

Drawing on its rich musical and industrial heritage, Glasgow has re-emerged as a vibrant hub of culture, food and night life. 12 more words

Patrick Bruen