I’ll keep doing this every now and again, as this blog clearly stays on the cutting-edge, way ahead of the curve and way behind the eight-ball.
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The Daily Mail has dubbed it ‘Le Stitch-Up’. A very British use of Franglais. Most papers’ front pages this morning reported that Xavier Bertrand (President of the Calais region in France) wants to renegotiate the Le Touquet agreement, which allows British border officials to police migrants wanting asylum in Britain on French soil, and French officials to undertake the same on British soil, thus stopping a surge of illegal immigrants across the shared border. 852 more words
by Leslie Jones
In bygone times, newspapers printed news stories based on triple-checked, verified facts. OpEd pieces were also based on proven, validated facts, though shaped by the well-thought-out opinions of subject matter experts. 860 more words
Further to these posts, The Dragon’s Grasp on Canadian Chinese-Language Press… The Dragon vs the Press: Covert (Canada); Overt (Hong Kong) The Dragon’s Squelching Foreign Criticism, Kowtow Se… 11 more words