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The Verdict: #Firstjournojob

My first real foray into journalism, at a news and culture monthly, is over.

One of the most important things I’ve learned in the last one-and-a half years is that good journalism is all about the balance between individual and team work. 639 more words

Thoughts

Telegraph Troubles

The Daily.Telegraph, one of our most venerable newspapers, is having a really difficult year. Like most national papers, it has to cope with falling paper sales and a drop in advertising revenues. 363 more words

Kate Allen of #Amnesty International at the Sixth Form Conference in #Salisbury

Kate Allen, Director of Amnesty International with David Davis MP, Peter Oborne the journalist, and Ed Probert of the Cathedral posing for a photo during the sixth form conference which took place at the Cathedral on 15 June. 156 more words

"Human Rights"

Public Discussion at LSE, April 30: How Free is Free Speech?

As a result of recent legislation, public authorities everywhere are now required to be on guard against the dangers of ‘extremism’ and to report ‘extremists’ to the authorities where they come across them in the course of their work – whether as teachers, mental health professionals, university lecturers or in some other capacity. 134 more words

Human Rights

TRIBAL POLITICS & DENIALIST PROPAGANDA: Time for the Left and the City boys to name and shame the EU bullies

LASSEN SIE NACH ATHENS KOMMEN

We have heard a great deal over the last two months about The Times and the Telegraph being used as “political weapons” and agents of furthering the business aims – ‘content for money’ – of the owners and their advertisers. 922 more words

Alistair Campbell