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The Duma terror attack and BBC consistency

Five days on from the shocking terror attack in Duma in which toddler Ali Dawabsha was murdered and members of his family injured, there has to date been no official publication of information relating to the arrest of suspected perpetrators of the arson attack. 1,217 more words


VIDEO: Father's tribute to baseball batboy

A father in the US says he has no anger over the death of his son, who was accidentally killed after being struck by a baseball bat. 14 more words


You Should Be Watching: Peaky Blinders

Peaky Blinders is a BBC television series that first aired in 2013, with its second series airing last year and a third being recently commissioned. Broadly speaking, it’s a dramatic crime epic that focuses on the Shelby family and co. 821 more words


Conflicted Yentob Slammed "Horrendous" BBC "Innuendo"

£330,000-a-year BBC bore Alan Yentob has been caught allegedly trying to block Beeb journalists from invesitgating Kids Company, the scandal-hit charity of which he is chairman. 158 more words

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Media outlets! Where were you?!

How does a peaceful march attended by thousands of people in London slip by almost unnoticed?

Over three thousand people are estimated to have marched in support of reparations for Maafa (African enslavement) last weekend and yet no mainstream media outlets chose to cover it? 430 more words

VIDEO: Family feud, South Korean style

South Korea’s Lotte Group is in the throes of a bitter feud as the founder prepares to hand over power.

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Capping public sector redundancy payments is only half the story

Sold as an end to ‘golden goodbyes’, a cap on redundancy payments for public sector workers is set to be introduced by legislation following promises made in the Queen’s speech. 251 more words

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