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“We are angry with Europe” not doing enough to help solve the Israel Palestinian conflict - AB Yehoshua, Israeli Novelist as MEPs appeal for suspension of EU-Israel Association Agreement

Ronan L Tynan

Leading Israeli novelist AB Yehoshua appeals to the European Union to become active and help put real pressure to bring about the long awaited ‘2 State Solution’ to end the Israel Palestinian conflict. 425 more words

A Brief Rant: #AskHerMore

Nothing riles me more than a woman so ignorant that she doesn’t even realise how unfeminist her own views are. Picture this: After a long hard day of doing nothing I settled down to watch a recording of Dragon’s Den. 334 more words


Defamation: cases and commentary

Defamation is the umbrella term for the action of damaging the good reputation of someone. It covers the areas of slander and libel.

It is one of the biggest dangers legally for a journalist and newsrooms globally; defamation can result in hefty fines. 855 more words

Media Law


Britain’s favourite estate agent comedian can’t keep his trap shut. Daniel O’Reilly has dropped his humble shtick, as seen on Newsnight last year, and has come out batting. 46 more words


Shock as Oborne Joins Newsnight

Self-important hack Peter Oborne, exhibiting increasingly pinko tendencies in his weekly Torygraph scribblings, has now finally take the plunge and joined the wretched leftie bedwetters at Newsnight.

Enjoy, old cock!

An audience with Don McLean

Fans listening to him sing “American Pie” in a BBC studio, 1972. From the nostalgic end credits of tonight’s edition of Newsnight. (The full performance is here.)

Tax avoidance hit the headlines again under Ed Miliband

In case the anybody who has very short memory what Ed Miliband ask the Prime Minister at PMQS on Wednesday 4th Feb see link below: 2,132 more words