Tag Archives: Daily Express

The multiculturalism debate

I’ve written this post in response to a couple of comments on my earlier blog on multiculturalism. There were two main criticisms of it. The first was contesting that David Cameron had been pandering to far-right groups. I’ve responded to … Continue reading

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Fantastic Headlines 29 and 30: Pearls from the Tabloids

I have a thesis to write, but the urge to blog. I’m sure those two facts are related. Any excuse for procrastination, eh? Still, I don’t really have the time to be cranking out long blog posts: it’s much easier … Continue reading

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Fantastic Headlines 20, 21, 22 and 23

I have lots of half-formed posts to write over the next week or so. As well as finishing off my thesis, and preparing for an interview. It’s going to be a busy start to 2011. For now, let’s ease into … Continue reading

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One from the Eye

by Hannah The latest issue of Private Eye contains a lengthy expose of profiteering at the CDC which I am working up the energy to plough through and I may even blog about at some point.  In the meantime here’s … Continue reading

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Fantastic Headlines, no 7

A theme emerging from this series is that there is often a great deal of difference between the headline and the actual story that follows. Obviously that’s mostly down to sensationalism. The newspaper gets across the propaganda point it wants to, and then covers … Continue reading

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Daily Express – Letting in foreigners is bad enough. But GAY foreigners??? *splutters*

Two Good Things have happened this week. First, the police can no longer randomly stop and search individuals. Although intended to be a measure to help curb terrorists, in reality s44 was: a blanket and secretive power that has been … Continue reading

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