The performance of stories in
various fringe venues has gathered enough momentum to present the possibility
of a Theatre of Narrative where the art of storytelling is as vital as other
The Bill claims to both protect patients and also prevent doctors fearing litigation - clearly, it cannot achieve both. One must come at the expense of the other, and it's patients who are going to lose out.
The new Chair of the BBC Trust Rona Fairhead has given her first public speech
which was widely reviewed. Now the dust has settled – but what did Rona say, and
more importantly, what did she really mean?
The Communities and Local Government Select Committee has reported
back on its inquiry into Community Rights.
The government has responded – using dodgy data to reward bad
performance. What’s the story?
Oborne's resigation raises multiple issues concerning journalistic integrity at a time when public trust in institutions is virtually non-existent. Will any of the big parties pledge serious media reform in their manifestos?
The big question is whether Labour can rise to the challenge, accept the enormity of the changes needed and put forward a compelling vision for the future. The alternative may well be "Pasokification".
The coverage of HSBC in Britain's Telegraph is a fraud on its readers. If major newspapers allow corporations to influence their content for fear of losing advertising revenue, democracy itself is in peril.