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Guardian Journalists Delighted After Daily Mail Brands Paper The 'Real Purveyors Of Hate'

The Huffington Post | Steven Hopkins | Posted 23.06.2017 | UK

The Daily Mail is embroiled in a spat with the Guardian, which it has branded the real “purveyors of hate” in a highly-charged dispute that has de...

The Role Of An Active State Should Be At Heart Of The General Election

John Tizard | Posted 01.06.2017 | UK Politics
John Tizard

There is a week to go until a critical general election. The electorate faces some stark choices, not least in terms of policies for public services and the taxes to fund them.

Astonishing Clip Emerges Of Republican Candidate Allegedly Body-Slamming Guardian Reporter

The Huffington Post | Sarah Harris1 | Posted 25.05.2017 | UK

A Republican congressional candidate has been charged after an astonishing audio clip emerged in which he allegedly body-slams a Guardian journalist. ...

There's A Bizarre New Twist In The 'Man Who Lost £500 Marine Le Pen Bet' Story

The Huffington Post | Christopher York | Posted 10.05.2017 | UK

Earlier this week the story of a supposedly enraged Brexiteer pleading with Ladbrokes to refund a £500 bet on Marine Le Pen winning the French electi...

A *Lot* Of Media Outlets Were Banned From A White House Press Briefing

The Huffington Post | Sarah Harris1 | Posted 25.02.2017 | UK

Donald Trump’s press secretary caused outrage after banning a number of news organisations, including the BBC, from a White House press briefing on ...

The Frankie Boyle Column The Guardian Wouldn’t Publish Because Of This Rupert Murdoch Joke

The Huffington Post | Sara C Nelson | Posted 20.02.2017 | UK

Frankie Boyle’s preoccupation with the quality of Rupert Murdoch’s sperm has apparently seen another of his columns rejected by the Guardian. It...

Five Stories You May Have Missed This Week

The Huffington Post | Martha Gill | Posted 10.02.2017 | UK Politics

1. Nearly Every Local Authority Will Raise Council Tax Millions face hikes in council tax as the majority of town halls expect to raise rates, a thin...

UK Families Are Throwing Away £3.2bn Of Food Each Month

Simon Greenwood-Haigh | Posted 10.01.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Simon Greenwood-Haigh

Education needs to account for some of the solution and food activists Jamie Oliver and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall are pushing the agenda by launching a War on Waste and bringing Wonky Veg to the fore. We need to re-define what is meant by waste or 'not fit for human consumption'.

The Importance Of 'Mainstream Media' In A Post-Factual World

Tom Maddocks | Posted 29.11.2016 | UK
Tom Maddocks

Do we need to set up a Society for the Protection of Mainstream Media? It might be tempting to think so given that these two words are now seen as a ...

Western Identity Politics Drives The Outrage Bus Off A Cliff

Paul Blanchard | Posted 28.09.2016 | UK Politics
Paul Blanchard

I absolutely agree that we should celebrate the rising voices and confidence of the people in our society who have been marginalised, sometimes victimised and often ignored. But it is true that a large cross-section of people on the left - of every race, religion and social class - have become increasingly narrow-minded and shrill.

Mike Ashley, Rotten Apples, Jenga And The Laws Of Karma

Jon Wilkins | Posted 26.09.2016 | UK
Jon Wilkins

I was playing Jenga with my kids at the weekend. To say it was taxing and frustrating - as well as being damn right difficult - is an understatement. ...

The Police: Notting Hill Carnival Heroes Or Racist Oppressors?

Chris Hobbs | Posted 06.09.2016 | UK
Chris Hobbs

Perhaps the biggest, almost unnoticed compliment paid to the police came as the popular Rampage sound system was closing. The DJ's, who had exercised a remarkable degree of control over a large and boisterous crowd, put a 'shout out' for the officers of the Metropolitan Police. Praise indeed.

Jeremy Corbyn's Campaign Refuses To Take Part In Mirror, Channel 4 and Guardian Debates As It Believes They Are Biased Against Him

The Huffington Post | Owen Bennett | Posted 18.08.2016 | UK Politics

Jeremy Corbyn is refusing to attend leadership hustings organised by the Mirror, New Statesman, Guardian or Channel Four as his team believe they are ...

Guardian Columnist's Tirade Against Jeremy Corbyn Sees Leader's Fans Prove Her Right

The Huffington Post | Aubrey Allegretti | Posted 03.08.2016 | UK

A prominent Guardian columnist has become the latest high-profile figure to turn her back on Jeremy Corbyn, having previously backed his Labour leader...

These Newspapers Couldn't Have Reacted More Differently To Brexit's Effect On The Economy

The Huffington Post | Aubrey Allegretti | Posted 28.07.2016 | UK

Britain’s media landscape captured the divide of the nation over Europe today, with newspapers taking drastically different tacks to proclaim the fo...

Frankie Boyle's Panama Papers Column Is Actually Really, Really Depressing

The Huffington Post | Christopher York | Posted 13.04.2016 | UK

The sun is out. Spring is in the air. A tangible sense of seasonal anticipation of a summer that is just around the corner manifests itself as ever-so...

Where Opportunity Leads, Talent Will Follow

Chris Hirst | Posted 08.04.2017 | UK Politics
Chris Hirst

A recent headline in the Guardian: "Privately educated elite continues to take top jobs..." I read this story recently and my heart sank. Don't get m...

Re: Donald Trump

Sophie Bauer | Posted 01.04.2017 | UK Politics
Sophie Bauer

Whatever you think of Donald, let's just admit one thing: every vaguely liberal human person out there bloody loves him. It is like we have been suffo...

The Guardian Pretty Much Had To Correct This Entire Article

The Huffington Post UK | Huffington Post Staff | Posted 07.03.2016 | UK

You'd think as the Guardian's Sunday stablemate, a book review on the Observer's former editor David Astor would be pretty safe ground for the quality...

Let the Liberal Bastions Look Down Their Noses - Get Behind Clean for the Queen

Leon Spence | Posted 03.03.2017 | UK Politics
Leon Spence

So with my rant finished I shall look forward to my weekend litter picking, because I want to make my village look a little nicer, and let those miserable columnists continue to look down their collective noses a little while longer too. I know who will be having the most fun, and doing something worthwhile in the process.

Why Fashion Needs a Seat at the Table of Mainstream Education.

Francesco Loy Bell | Posted 01.02.2017 | UK Universities & Education
Francesco Loy Bell

This would inform people, spark an interest from a young age, and give a scope for creativity that is not currently present, without forcing people to solely study fashion. I am not putting other arts down, I am trying to bring fashion up to a similar position, and it is my belief that, with these changes in attitude and procedure, this is a very real possibility.

Frankie Boyle Furious After Guardian Removes 'Sperm' Jibe From Rupert Murdoch Column

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 17.05.2016 | UK

Frankie Boyle has hit out at the Guardian after the newspaper deleted parts of his latest column which described media mogul Rupert Murdoch struggling...

Charlie Hebdo and the Merits of Ignorance

Andrew Doyle | Posted 17.01.2017 | UK Politics
Andrew Doyle

I've always wanted to write about football. Up until now I've refrained from doing so on the grounds that I know absolutely nothing about it. I know that there are two teams who wear different colours, and that they have to get the ball into a big net, and that sometimes the TV coverage includes erotic slow-motion replays. But that's about the limit of my understanding.

Want to Improve Oxbridge State School Admissions? Stop Patronising State-School Students

David Browne | Posted 17.12.2016 | UK Universities & Education
David Browne

In order to actually tackle these issues, we surely need to first tackle the patronising and politicising of state school admissions in the first place, and realise that the problems of social mobility today go far deeper than Oxbridge.

What Happens Next?

Grainne Gillis | Posted 16.12.2016 | UK Entertainment
Grainne Gillis

I'm sure my story is not unique by any stretch of the imagination - it's just that girls' stories don't tend to be allowed to be heard. And as a woman - I've had enough. Not only because I identify more with women's stories, but also because I believe the arts are failing because of the virtual exclusion of the world perspective of half the human race.