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Scrap the Licence Fee to Save the Courts

Backbencher December 19, 2013 0

The License Fee is unjust, unnecessary, and certainly isn’t a matter for the courts. I moved into a new apartment a fortnight ago. This being the 21st century it was deemed essential that a

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How Google Will Take Over your Living Room with its 2″ Dongle

How Google Will Take Over your Living Room with its 2″ Dongle

Tristan Kitchin July 29, 2013 1

At an event in San Francisco last Wednesday 24 July, Google announced a number of new products which saw immediate release. The new Nexus 7 tablet hogged most of the limelight, with its high

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Google’s Elusive Last Screen

Google’s Elusive Last Screen

Eric D. Fescenmeyer July 3, 2013 0

Google has been trying to get on our TVs for some time now. They’ve already had a few attempts, as have a number of their Android partners. They’ve put rather slow, basic hardware in

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Reoffending rates – why are they so high?

Reoffending rates – why are they so high?

Backbencher May 1, 2013 0

By Sam Woolfe & Tristan Kitchin The government recently announced its plans to implement new restrictions on the perks prisoners receive. Televisions in cells; access to the gym; the ability to wear ones own

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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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