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WARNING: You do not need to be an art-enthusiast, or a Victorian Know-It-All, to be able to enjoy this book! If like me, you usually avoid art history like the plague and your knowledge of Victorian history is far from expert, then ‘The Victorians’ by Jeremy Paxman is the book for you. 665 more words
Personal, political and professional misjudgement. Being wrong, being sorry, being contrite. . . . in the aftermath of Jeremy Corbyn's game-changing general election campaign.
Since the UK GE (08 06 2017), a number of MPs and media commentators (e.g. Louise Ellman, Lucy Powell, Polly Toynbee, Jonathan Freedland, Robert Peston), stating the obvious, have admitted they “underestimated” Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader, and his ability to inspire and steer a widespread and burgeoning campaign rooted in Labour values, based around a manifesto that addressed the circumstances, concerns, hopes and aspirations of all sections of our society, across differences of age, ethnicity, social class, dis/ability, gender, sexuality and geography. 372 more words
Hubris and Nemesis. Those words keep coming back to me every time an opinion poll suggests that the Conservatives will have a hard time holding on to their majority after June 8th. 1,389 more words
The so called political experts that have recently been questioning Jeremy Corbyn should have been taught some manners when they were younger. Both Jeremy Paxman and Robert Peston couldn’t hide their dislike of Corbyn, however, the issue shouldn’t be about who they like, it’s about doing a fair and professional job that informs the viewer. 615 more words