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Revealed! How Jeremy Corbyn is wiping out humanity! An essay

‘Comment is free, but facts are sacred’—C.P. Scott, former editor of the Manchester Guardian

The propaganda model developed by Noam Chomsky and Edward Herman suggests that media discussions of politics and foreign policy broadly reflect elite discourses and corporate interests, irrespective of whether elite opinions are in agreement over details or not.

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The Gordon Burn Prize Shortlist 2015

Sometimes it seems like it is another week and another book prize, however there are some quite different and unusual ones and for that reason (along with the fact that we all love a list of books don’t we?) I wanted to mention the announcement of The Gordon Burn Prize shortlist for 2015. 405 more words

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Friday Links

Happy Friday! Happy last day of July!

Today I am not at work, I’m having a haircut, which I really need, but here are this week’s links… 558 more words


Made in America II: US transgender activism, 'male privilege' and perpetuating sexist stereotypes

Reading this excellent article ‘What Makes A Woman’ by Prof. Elinor Burkett on C Jenner and transgender activism in the US reminds me how the US radical Left is slowly self-imploding in it’s self-righteous, divisive, identity politics (which I also wrote about… 715 more words

Domestic Extremist

By Mike Small

Welcome to Powellite Britain (2015), where old men write of rivers of blood and BBC presenters talk of niggers and slopes, where people can’t make up their minds whether immigrants are here to steal jobs or loll around on benefits. 1,281 more words


another circus of the elite - or, the whitewashing of a nation's culture

“I asked myself if it’s fair to ask the arts to deliver more on the diversity front than business or politics or journalism – sectors where the situation is still pretty grim.  126 more words


Recommended reading: Suzanne Moore on ectopic pregnancy

The journalist Suzanne Moore has written about her experience of ectopic pregnancy in the New Statesman. Here’s an excerpt:

I woke up crying, full of tubes and in a mixed ward.

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