This week’s most read: #JeSuisCharlie, Fatcat Tuesday and public ownership

The most read stories on Left Foot Forward this week.

The most read stories on Left Foot Forward this week:

1. Charlie Hebdo: Dismantling nine mistaken assumptions about the Paris atrocities Temina Khazi

2. Charlie Hebdo: No excuses – just murderJames Bloodworth

3. Fatcat Tuesday: Executive pay has already overtaken your earnings for the entire yearLuke Hildyard

4. Public ownership of the railways and lower fares on trains and buses: they’re popular and rightNatalie Bennett

5. Just as with other religions, we must be allowed to offend IslamKunwar Shahid

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One Response to “This week’s most read: #JeSuisCharlie, Fatcat Tuesday and public ownership”

  1. swat

    We must; and if every newspaper and journal published those samer catoons then these islamofacists wouldn’t have a leg to stand on. Its about time journalists showed a bit more courage, instead of running scared every time ‘muslim’ is mentioned.

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