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Fixing The System, Or Just The BBC Fixing The Narrative?

Fixing The System, Or Just The BBC Fixing The Narrative?

Michael St George May 11, 2013 0

The BBC veil slips again as ‘the bankers’ are lazily blamed for everything yet again There’s an inevitable expectation, when awaiting a BBC documentary on Britain’s banking industry, that something of a one-sided and

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For Liberty: The BBC must play ‘Ding Dong, the Witch is Dead’ in full.

Backbencher April 12, 2013 2

Richard Elliott makes a case for free expression over the current Top 40 debate. A kerfuffle has emerged in the British tabloids over the last few days over the BBC’s decision to potentially give

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The Ultimate Villains, Made In Britain

The Ultimate Villains, Made In Britain

Backbencher February 28, 2013 0

Raymond Cusick created not only the Daleks, but a British institution   When the news of his death appeared earlier this month, I imagine that very few ordinary people would have heard of Raymond Cusick.

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Radical Realism: The Case for a Single Income Tax

Radical Realism: The Case for a Single Income Tax

Daniel Pryor December 18, 2012 2

  A brief Twitter exchange with Independent columnist Owen Jones reaffirmed to me that groundless vitriol surrounds the concept of a ‘flat tax’ (or, more accurately, a proportionate tax). In a recent article discussing

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THE BBC: THE DOCTOR’S PRESCRIPTION

THE BBC: THE DOCTOR’S PRESCRIPTION

Michael St George November 12, 2012 4

Patient Name:  British Broadcasting Corporation Diagnosis:  Chronic Institutional Atrophy Remedy:  Lifeblood Source Replacement & Drastic Surgery Imagine if the state dictated that you’re allowed to undertake your groceries shopping on, and only on, the

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A Most Indefensible Tax?

A Most Indefensible Tax?

Lee Jenkins November 1, 2012 9

***BREAKING NEWS*** The Government has today announced legislation requiring every household to apply for a Newspaper License. Revenue raised from the license with fund a new publication to be known as the British Daily

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