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The Irish Times
I Am Not a Witch review: Serious satire on a terrifying phenomenonpart of the world, we’re lucky enough to be familiar with the socially aware bu
The Irish Times / Posted 2 days ago
part of the world, we’re lucky enough to be familiar with the socially aware but genre-mindful cinema of Alan Clark and Ken Loach. But I Am Not a Witch, the knockout debut feature from Rungano Nyoni – born in Zambia, raised in Wales – is... Read more
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International Business Times
'The Holocaust was real': Director Ken Loach clarifies denial comments in BBC interview Palme d'Or-winning director Ken Loach has clarified statements made during an i
International Business Times / Posted 6 days ago
Palme d'Or-winning director Ken Loach has clarified statements made during an interview with the BBC in September when he was asked about antisemitism and Holocaust denial within the Labour Party. Asked directly about Holocaust denial, Loach... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Blind and epileptic woman deemed 'fit for work' takes on government and winsbenefits to be reviewed.The 62-year-old received the good news today (Image: nc
Daily Mirror / Posted 11 days ago
benefits to be reviewed.The 62-year-old received the good news today (Image: ncjMedia Ltd) Her story has echoes of Ken Loach film I, Daniel Blake – which was shot in Newcastle – after Hazel was initially told she had “limited capability for... Read more
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chroniclelive
Victory: Blind Hazel Macrae has won her appeal after she was deemed fit for workcan’t make a cup of tea, said it was time for the process of assessing benefits
chroniclelive / Posted 11 days ago
can’t make a cup of tea, said it was time for the process of assessing benefits to be reviewed. Her story has echoes of Ken Loach film I, Daniel Blake – which was shot in Newcastle – after Hazel was initially told she had “limited capability for... Read more
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Daily Record
Benefits film gets rare screening by CAPyears now, supporting people who are struggling with unmanageable debt in our r
Daily Record / Posted 12 days ago
years now, supporting people who are struggling with unmanageable debt in our remote and rural communities. “Showing the Ken Loach film, “I Daniel Blake” is CAP Highland Perthshire’s most imaginative venture yet. “We’re inviting along CAP’s many... Read more
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birminghammail
Woman blind since birth, epileptic and unable to leave home declared fit to worka face-to-face assessment where she was asked a series of questions about her d
birminghammail / Posted 12 days ago
a face-to-face assessment where she was asked a series of questions about her daily activities. Echoing the award-winning Ken Loach film I, Daniel Blake, Miss Macrae has been told she has “limited capability for work” and her ESA has been moved... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Blind woman who 'can't even make a cup of tea' told she is fit to worka face-to-face assessment where she was asked a series of questions about her d
Daily Mirror / Posted 12 days ago
a face-to-face assessment where she was asked a series of questions about her daily activities. Echoing the award-winning Ken Loach film I, Daniel Blake – which was shot in Newcastle – Miss Macrae has been told she has “limited capability for... Read more
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chroniclelive
Blind from birth and epileptic but Government says she's fit to workdespite being blind, epileptic and suffering from osteoarthritis (Image: Newcas
chroniclelive / Posted 13 days ago
despite being blind, epileptic and suffering from osteoarthritis (Image: Newcastle Chronicle) Echoing the award-winning Ken Loach film I, Daniel Blake – which was shot in Newcastle – Miss Macrae has been told she has “limited capability for... Read more
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express
Corbyn's cult is a reminder of how dictators operate, says STEPHEN POLLARDis. It was his supporters. And it was three key allies of the Labour leader –
express / Posted 22 days ago
is. It was his supporters. And it was three key allies of the Labour leader – Unite boss Len McCluskey, film director Ken Loach and former mayor of London Ken Livingstone – who all said the same thing: that there was no anti-Semitism in the... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Labour Party Conference and the Great Antisemitism Stitch-Upyear. Returning to this year's Labour Party Conference, lifelong socialist and
Op-Ed News / Posted 23 days ago
year. Returning to this year's Labour Party Conference, lifelong socialist and critically acclaimed British filmmaker, Ken Loach, also incurred the wrath of the antisemitism police, when during a BBC TV interview he dared opine that the attempt... Read more
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Daily Mail
All hail to Coronation Street's bubble permed battleaxeof festive largesse and gifts for downtrodden Vera would not be a cause of mirt
Daily Mail / Posted 23 days ago
of festive largesse and gifts for downtrodden Vera would not be a cause of mirth and hilarity, but a reason for a harrowing Ken Loach-style Christmas plotline spread over three dreary weeks and ending in a stabbing because of austerity cuts. Even... Read more
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Channel 4 News
Corbyn hero worshipped by delegates as he sets out policies of the newly radical Labour partyto their hero. The Party had played a thumping superhero video before he came o
Channel 4 News / Posted 25 days ago
to their hero. The Party had played a thumping superhero video before he came on the stage, definitely not the work of Ken Loach. The crowd here didn’t need that sort of pepping. He had to wait 2 minutes at the podium for the cheering and... Read more
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express
Labour is now run by thugs and dangerous bigots, says STEPHEN POLLARD– by denying it: “Just because you make offensive comments about Jews doesn’t m
express / Posted 25 days ago
– by denying it: “Just because you make offensive comments about Jews doesn’t mean you’re anti-Semitic”. And film director Ken Loach, Jeremy Corbyn’s other bosom buddy, informed us that history should be “discussed”, when he was asked about dealing... Read more
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express
'It's MUSH!' Jon Snow ROASTS Jeremy Corbyn over Brexit stance in tetchy TV interviewon Channel 4 NewsRelated articles Corbyn is ‘DELUSIONAL’: Labour rounds on own
express / Posted 26 days ago
on Channel 4 NewsRelated articles Corbyn is ‘DELUSIONAL’: Labour rounds on own leader over Brexit st... BBC host blasts Ken Loach for branding Tories 'consciously CRUEL' Sorry Jon – nonsense. We had a statement, we had a debate, we had votes,... Read more
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express
Ken Loach mocks 'Squire Mogg' after branding Tories 'consciously CRUEL' in furious tirade FILMMAKER Ken Loach has lashed out at the Conservative party, accusing the To
express / Posted 26 days ago
FILMMAKER Ken Loach has lashed out at the Conservative party, accusing the Tories of inflicting “conscious cruelty” on Britain’s most vulnerable. He also took... Read more
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Thame Gazette
Tributes paid to Emmerdale and Benidorm actor Bobby Knutt who has died aged 71a sad face and a kiss and read: “Thinking of you, Al.” Knutt landed one of his
Thame Gazette / Posted 26 days ago
a sad face and a kiss and read: “Thinking of you, Al.” Knutt landed one of his first big roles in 1977 as the lead in the Ken Loach-directed BBC drama The Price Of Coal. On the small screen, he had also starred in Heartbeat and Last Of The Summer... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Labour have seen Number 10 come into view - so for now the internal warfare takes a back seatof Blairite thinking, would be revoked and the contracts nationalised. The sha
Manchester Evening News / Posted 27 days ago
of Blairite thinking, would be revoked and the contracts nationalised. The shadow chancellor was fittingly introduced by a Ken Loach film, while elsewhere on the conference fringe Labour’s homelessness network was launched on Sunday with a... Read more
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birminghammail
Emmerdale and Benidorm actor Bobby Knutt dies aged 71a sad face and a kiss and read: "Thinking of you, Al." Knutt landed one of his
birminghammail / Posted 27 days ago
a sad face and a kiss and read: "Thinking of you, Al." Knutt landed one of his first big roles in 1977 as the lead in the Ken Loach-directed BBC drama The Price Of Coal.Read More On the small screen, he had also starred in Heartbeat and Last Of... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Tributes paid to Emmerdale and Benidorm actor Bobby Knutt who has died aged 71a sad face and a kiss and read: “Thinking of you, Al.” Knutt landed one of his
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 27 days ago
a sad face and a kiss and read: “Thinking of you, Al.” Knutt landed one of his first big roles in 1977 as the lead in the Ken Loach-directed BBC drama The Price Of Coal. On the small screen, he had also starred in Heartbeat and Last Of The Summer... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Tributes paid to Emmerdale and Benidorm actor Bobby Knutt who has died aged 71a sad face and a kiss and read: “Thinking of you, Al.” Knutt landed one of his
Irish Examiner / Posted 27 days ago
a sad face and a kiss and read: “Thinking of you, Al.” Knutt landed one of his first big roles in 1977 as the lead in the Ken Loach-directed BBC drama The Price Of Coal. On the small screen, he had also starred in Heartbeat and Last Of The Summer... Read more
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walesonline
Ten key points from John McDonnell's left wing vision for the UKtradition and we should be so proud of it.”5. He sees that Labour has to prove
walesonline / Posted 27 days ago
tradition and we should be so proud of it.”5. He sees that Labour has to prove it can govern as well as campaignDirector Ken Loach gestures to the hall as Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer John McDonnell addresses delegates (Image: Leon... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Watts: Books that turned into Cinefest moviesby creating an outrageous alter ego and posing as her CEO's life coach. I, Dan
The Sudbury Star / Posted 28 days ago
by creating an outrageous alter ego and posing as her CEO's life coach. I, Daniel Blake is a drama film directed by Ken Loach and written by Paul Laverty. It stars Dave Johns as Daniel Blake, who is denied employment and support allowance... Read more
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SKY News
Momentum festival shows Labour's left is increasing its grip on partyon top of their appearances in the Hilton and Grand hotels. While the more col
SKY News / Posted 28 days ago
on top of their appearances in the Hilton and Grand hotels. While the more colourful Labour supporters Paul Mason and Ken Loach will provide very different panels to those taking place across the road. Momentum's ever-growing presence this... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Your ultimate guide to Labour Party Conference 2017 - and what you should expectOdeon Brighton, Screen 2 5.30pm: Austerity debate with Ed Miliband, Lisa Nandy
Daily Mirror / Posted a month ago
Odeon Brighton, Screen 2 5.30pm: Austerity debate with Ed Miliband, Lisa Nandy and the respected IFS think tank 5.30pm: Ken Loach, Lowkey and others on art and politics. Synergy 6pm: Diane Abbott on migration and rights in Europe and beyond.... Read more

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