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Monthly Archives: July 2010
This has been the busiest week I can remember having for ages. Hence slow blogging. Which is a real shame, because there’s loads of half-formed posts I want to finish. I’m afraid I’m going to a wedding tomorrow, so there will … Continue reading
You will have to excuse my light posting. As I mentioned last week, it’s a busy time. But I do want to follow up on my post about bad journalism. The Daily Star have had to apologise for their non-story … Continue reading
Thanks to my friend John Ritchie for posting this story on Facebook. I’d never have found this otherwise. From the Daily Telegraph, a newspaper you wouldn’t normally associate with OTT headlines. This one is a real gem though: “Transvestite had … Continue reading
Paperback Rioter can exclusively reveal how Muslim women in France are going to get round the ban on the niqab: The women’s groups I spoke to said it was an acceptable compromise, which cover their faces while also showing respect … Continue reading
It’s obviously all down to playing at Old Trafford for a couple of seasons. He’s not a chucker, he’s a unique talent and deserves all the acclaim he’s getting. Which is bucketloads.
By Hannah Last week I looked at the leadership candidates’ performance at a live hustings. Now I’m going to look at their wider agendas as reported through the media, and in particular the live webchats they gave at the Guardian’s … Continue reading