On Labour’s positive policies for journalism

On Thursday, Jeremy Corbyn announced 10 new Labour policies to change the media. Such policies weren’t particularly surprising to see from the Labour leader whose relationship with the press has been… testy since he was elected. It’s good to see, however, that the policies, which aim to shake up Britain’s broken mainstream media, are positive … Continue reading On Labour’s positive policies for journalism

BoJo’s Tea Party – The British Media is a right state

Fresh off the back of islamophobic comments made in his newspaper column, Boris Johnson captured the hearts of the UK’s journalists by offering them tea on his doorstep. The former Foreign Secretary dodged questions about his piece, for which he is now under disciplinary investigation. An ITV political correspondent seemed particularly enamoured with Johnson’s gesture, … Continue reading BoJo’s Tea Party – The British Media is a right state

The Labour Party needs mandatory reselection

Well it’s been another dramatic week for the Labour Party. Four Labour MPs defied the whip and voted with the Tories on Tuesday night, effectively keeping May in power, sparking anger amongst Labour members and many Labour voters. Also, on Wednesday morning, senior Labour source John Woodcock resigned from the Labour Party to serve as … Continue reading The Labour Party needs mandatory reselection