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Adnan Khan On the 3rd December 2013, Jeremy Paxman began the BBC news affairs programme, Newsnight, by questioning whether society was beginning to display signs of a new strand of ‘McCarthyism’. He was, of course, referring [...]
Dear Mr Cameron, Your speech on Thursday 12th April 2012 in Indonesia was arguably one of the most dishonest and hypocritical political speeches I have ever heard. Your trip to Indonesia may have been meant to [...]
This week British Prime Minister David Cameron made a speech marking the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible – also known in Britain as the ‘Authorised’ version. His remarks that Britain should be proud to [...]
Responses to the UK riots – Lots of heat. Not much light. Not a lot of hope. Remember Tony Blair in 2005 after 7/7. He announced that the ‘rules of the game have changed’ then proposed [...]
It is said that one of the hallmarks of a democratic society is a ‘free press’. The recent scandal involving News International and British politicians has illustrated in a very frank way that the press in [...]
“Government is always government by the few, whether in the name of the few, the one, or the many” – Harold Lasswell. A crash introduction to Elite Theory Whatever the narrative behind the term democracy – [...]