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Guardian Unlimited
The digital debate is done, and the reading public are the winnersWhen I started writing this column three-and-a-half years ago, the digital publ
The digital debate is done, and the reading public are the winners
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 4 days ago
When I started writing this column three-and-a-half years ago, the digital publishing revolution was just starting to filter down to public consciousness. From a pub lunch where someone was showing off their new Kindle to the 8.53am slot on the... Read more
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Independent
Jeremy Corbyn's supporters are more working class than other candidates’, research findsPolling conducted by YouGov found that across a series of indicators the frontr
Jeremy Corbyn's supporters are more working class than other candidates’, research finds
Independent / Posted 6 days ago
Polling conducted by YouGov found that across a series of indicators the frontrunner’s support came from lower income groups, while his opponents and critics tended to be richer and more upper middle class. Only 26 per cent of Mr Corbyn’s supporters... Read more
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Aljazeera
The hit list: Endangered bloggers of BangladeshThe masthead of the Bangladeshi blog Ishtishon, (Station), carries a photograph
The hit list: Endangered bloggers of Bangladesh
Aljazeera / Posted 20 days ago
The masthead of the Bangladeshi blog Ishtishon, (Station), carries a photograph of the murdered bloggerNiloy Chatterjee, who used the pen-name Niloy Neel his smiling face juxtaposed alongside an ax with blood on it and the question: Who is next? "We... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Wales: Brecon Beacons is spectacular, but what sets this national park apart is its human historyWhen our tour guide, a former miner, tells us that we’ll be descending 90 metre
Wales: Brecon Beacons is spectacular, but what sets this national park apart is its human history
The Globe and Mail / Posted 21 days ago
When our tour guide, a former miner, tells us that we’ll be descending 90 metres into the earth, no one in the group seems anxious. When we strap on headlamps – necessary accoutrements for navigating the lightless caverns far below – everyone takes... Read more
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walesonline
Rhodri Morgan: Cut the fiction, factories are needed for growthThe British economy has returned to strong growth – 0.7% – in the April to June
Rhodri Morgan: Cut the fiction, factories are needed for growth
walesonline / Posted 1 months ago
The British economy has returned to strong growth – 0.7% – in the April to June quarter of 2015. So it was only natural for George Osborne, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, to don his favourite camouflage of a hard hat and high-vis jacket and visit... Read more

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