In the face of the coronavirus pandemic, the most immediate objective is to slow its spread, minimise the death toll and help people through the crisis. But, despite government promises to support citizens who are now losing their jobs and income, the underlying establishment concern will be as it always has been: to preserve the global inequitable system of wealth →
Over the last 20 years, we have documented some shocking examples of journalistic irresponsibility, but the tweet from ITV’s political editor Robert Peston on March 14 was something special. With China, South Korea, Italy, Spain →
Robert Peston is one of the UK’s most high-profile broadcast journalists, renowned for his theatricality and… curious… halting… delivery. As political editor of ITV News he has enormous influence, including 1 million followers on Twitter, →
Last week, Jeremy Corbyn humbled the entire political and corporate media commentariat. With a little help from Britain’s student population. And with a little help from thousands of media activists. Without doubt this was one →
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@medialens Didn't know Pinter said it, but I've always thought Who Are "We" should be the first question to ourselves or anyone else who uses the pronoun. Often subtly masks an agenda, or idpol of some kind.
Harold Pinter: "Who is this ‘we’ exactly that you’re talking about? First of all: Who is the ‘we’?"
Fantastically proud of NHS staff, obviously. But as The Lancet editor says, the Government's handling of the outbreak of Covid-19 is 'a national scandal'. https://inews.co.uk/news/health/question-time-richard-horton-uk-coronavirus-nhs-prepared-response-2520479