Paris and Beirut: journalism’s selective compassion
Is it editors, journalists or audiences to blame?
Corbyn can afford to sidestep the media but not their power
Corbyn needs a strategy to take on the media.
Publicado en: HomeA guided tour through our series on 'liberalism in neoliberal times'
We started the series with the proposition that liberalism is far too important to be left to the ‘liberals'. 38...
Was it ‘the Sun wot won it’? Lessons from the 1992 and 2015 elections
Labour abandoned its pledge to tackle media concentration after its 1992 defeat. It should resist the urge to do so now.
Can we afford to ignore what Katie Hopkins says about migrants drowning in the Med?
The Sun columnist's violent words about the refugee crisis in the Mediterranean are indefensible. They should be...
Break big media monopolies and help new journalism projects—poll
Amid saturation media coverage of the coming UK general election, corporate control of big news organisations goes...