13 February 2017

Restoring corporation tax cuts would generate more than £350m a week for NHS

13 February 2017,
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When I left the BBC 20 years ago to set up a PR consultancy, new technology was a fax machine and politics was dominated […]


30 January 2017

Theresa May echoes Kipling in dog-whistle to ‘Alt Right’

30 January 2017,
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The excruciating reluctance of Theresa May to condemn Donald Trump’s ban on immigrants from seven mainly-Muslim countries can hardly be a surprise. After all, […]


16 January 2017

Fake news: Look out for vested interests behind ‘facts’ we’re fed

16 January 2017,
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When is news fake? It’s a question that’s been around at least since the American Revolution when Benjamin Franklin circulated a fake newspaper in […]


22 December 2016

Short story: Tinderbox – another day in 2016

22 December 2016,
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Long Beach in summer is like a tinderbox. Okay, the sea breeze takes the edge off the heat if you’re walking along the bluff […]


23 November 2016

Filibuster to block pay for interns highlights risk to rights from Brexit

23 November 2016,
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Paying homage to working people is all the rage in politics at the moment. Donald Trump says he’ll create jobs for the casualties of […]


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