Category Archives: Intitutional corruption

Good Lorde and “Royals” – careful on that stage Ella

The singer-songwriter Lorde shocked USA America’s music industry when accepting her second miniature gold-coloured gramophone for the night at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday January 26 2014 in Los Angeles, California. The shock was not because the singer-songwriter … Continue reading

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Syria – what the West has done

‘West wants to keep ‪‎Syria in crisis’ Press TV’s recent interview with researcher and writer Soraya Sepahpour Ulrich, discussing ongoing developments in Syria. Press TV: This recent reports coming out of Syria go to highlight the humanitarian crisis in the … Continue reading

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Astounding new plans for the BBC

In an exclusive extract from the brain of Michael Gove – yes, it does exist although previous evidence has been scratchy – I can reveal fantastic, all embracing plans for the modernization of the BBC – and Murdoch has not … Continue reading

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Business as usual. (Phew!)

“Psst, hey, you there, yes Jeremy, whatever your name is. Paxo? Hey, I’ve got somebody I want you to talk to, I mean with, on your little programme tonight. Thing is ole Pollard’s come up trumps for us and it’s … Continue reading

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Footnotes

The News Media are, of course, sold as entertainment. In my naive youth I used to think there were elements of public service and general enlightenment involved but, no, it’s really solely entertainment. And this week it is probably going … Continue reading

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And so will Paxman fall on his Sword?

Twistlings: The best form of defence is attack. Distraction can cover other actions. It’s a good way to reseal bad news. So “If not him then who?” Is one’s man’s career more important than a whole organisation – is this … Continue reading

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The Blame Game

I’ve got a good friend who I met up with this morning. Well, when I say “Good friend”, I mean someone I’ve seen often and always had cheery, open and positive conversation with. Someone reliable. He’s Asian and sells copies … Continue reading

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