Category Archives: Media Integrity

Strikes are effective. Don’t believe me? Then look at the BBC website

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Is it any surprise that London Underground workers walk out when the media – and the BBC of all places – ignores the issues until there is a strike?

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Breitbart contributor: “Time for Americans to start slaughtering Muslims in the streets”

A contributor to right-wing Breitbart website has called for Americans to “start slaughtering Muslims in the streets” on Twitter.

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It’s The Sun Wot Lost It

The newspaper industry, and the power of the press barons, is declining. The internet is on the rise and this holds opportunities for the left.

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Gypsy MPs and condom harmonisation: the 10 best right-wing EU scare stories

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A compendium of right-wing scare stories about the EU.

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The Daily Mail: ‘Are we sorry we backed the Nazis?’

Steve Bell is on top form in today’s Guardian, and his latest cartoon requires no further comment from me.

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Chris Grayling is right, the BBC is biased. But not in the way he thinks

Another day, another baseless accusation of left-wing bias at the BBC.

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Telegraph readers would rather live in socialist France than in the UK

Where would Telegraph readers rather live – socialist France or coalition Britain?

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What a real ‘Benefits Street’ would look like

This is what a real ‘Benefits Street’ might look like.

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Steer clear of Russia Today if you are serious about human rights

So-called ‘alternative’ media should be viewed with no less scepticism than the mainstream.

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The man who wasn’t actually arrested for joking about Nelson Mandela

In a shocking disregard for freedom of expression, Neil Phillips from Rugeley, Staffordshire, was arrested last week after he made tasteless jokes about Nelson Mandela on the internet. Or was he?

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