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Five Twitter accounts to follow in the run-up to the General Election

Another month, another election… or so it feels like. With a General Election coming up barely two years after the last one, it can be difficult to wade through the political guff when there’s only seven weeks to the big vote and barely any momentum. 462 more words

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Wildcard Wednesday: In The Loop

In the Loop is a political satire about British and United States government officials squabbling over the potential invasion of the Middle East.

I had only known this movie as the swearing Peter Capadli movie and that was about it, but what I got was so much more. 404 more words

Homeland Hits Home

For me, one of the few “must see” shows on TV at the moment is series six of Homeland, currently running on Sunday evenings on Channel Four. 312 more words

Sneering At Those Who Sneer at Those Who Sneer At Experts

Only 2 refreshing moments of candour in this EU campaign. One was Corbyn saying the economic model demanded immigrants and yes more immigrants – that since UKIP is also neo Liberal anyone pontificating on this is lying or insane or a bureaucrat who wants more bureaucracy. 112 more words

Politics

Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman Talk ‘Doctor Who’ at Awesome Con in Washington, D.C. [Repost]

Doctor Who fans converged on Washington, D.C. for Awesome Con on earlier this month to see Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman. The U.K. actors were interviewed by Kristen Page-Kirby, the Senior Arts Editor for the Washington Post Express. 583 more words

TV Drama

Bite-sized books: And You Shall Know Her By the Trail of Dead

Rhye is a cyborg, a digital daughter of circuits and chips embedded in a human body wired for violence. She likes killing and she’s bloody good at it. 1,190 more words

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