Tag Archives: Piers Morgan

Does our Government understand what accountability means?

Most politicians if challenged about making themselves accountable will argue that they get voted for by their constituents at each General Election and that is their key form of accountability. However it is clear to everyone else that setting out … Continue reading

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Journalists clearly need to work very hard – they can make mistakes

This morning I read a couple of posts on Facebook that both set out clear and reasonable concerns regarding the work of journalists and their comments in broadcasts or published in printed settings. Just like Politicians the claims and arguments … Continue reading

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COVID-19 Disinformation or rather Scrutiny of Politicians is vital

On Monday in the House of Commons two MPs asked Oliver Dowden, the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport a question regarding Covid19-Disinformation. One of them was Rob Roberts who was one of the Conservative candidates in … Continue reading

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Even Arron is finally joining some dots together

As this tweet makes clear, Arron Banks has finally demonstrated that he is close to apologising on behalf of the LeaveEU organisation that he funds for its offensiveness. I cannot imagine what they tweeted but the fact that he has … Continue reading

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