When you’ve got a former Labour MP who somehow dredges up the words ‘funny-tinged’ when she’s discussing voters from ethnic minorities, I reckon a hefty dollop of scepticism is definitely required.
The Independent was launched by a group of journalists led by Andreas Whittam Smith in 1986. It enjoyed initial success rising
The date is set and the arguments have begun. On June 23rd the people of the United Kingdom will get the chance to vote over
As much some who live in the post-Leveson era are unkind to the newspapers and pour scorn upon them for bias, sensationalism and selective reporting - they are still worth defending. There is something relaxing about a newspaper in the way that it requires our undivided attention to use properly because when devouring news online we can become distracted by texts, tweets, pop-ups and other modern day nuisances.
10. 'We join Paris', 15 November 2015 2. 'How the universe began' 24 April 1992 3. 'No news today' 16 May 2006 7. Charlie
Kelvin MacKenzie has delivered an insensitive eulogy to the Independent newspaper titles just minutes after their demise
Why is it that Feminism is a word with negative connotations? If you ask the British public whether they are in favour of equality the vast majority will say yes, they definitely are. They will rightly argue that we fought for it in the past and we pursue it in the present for ourselves and future generations. Now ask them if they are a feminist...
And later he apologised further... Last week on the eve of the election, Brooker spoke to the Huffington Post UK to give
The page seemed to strike a chord with many on Twitter. Phil Maylor tweeted: “Front page of the Daily Mirror sums up my thoughts