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News Roundup – Friday 6 Dec 2013

December 6, 2013 // 1 Comment

Last night, Editors must have struggled to decide which was to be the main headline: the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement, or the impending floods. And then along came Nelson Mandela’s death, in time to make the front page and it was a no-brainer for them. So, this morning, I’m featuring those [...]

Reck not this Reding

December 5, 2013 // 1 Comment

Viviane Reding is the European Justice Commissioner, and is one of those who is tipped for the top job to replace Barroso after the elections next year. Today she took great delight in shooting down Teresa May’s ideas on getting the EU to change its policy on free movement of people. Ms May must [...]

News Roundup 5 December 2013

December 5, 2013 // 0 Comments

  Today’s theme is the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement, and then a selection of other topics from around the papers. Mind you, it’s tricky finding much serious news in the Daily Mail speckled around all the glamorous ladies they like promoting. Daily Telegraph Autumn Statement [...]

Dave pretends to shut the stable door – but the horse is long gone

November 27, 2013 // 4 Comments

Doubtless nudged by his PR advisor Lynton Crosby, David Cameron has woken up, yawned, stretched – and made some sleepy noises about what he thinks people would like him to do about the  coming influx of Romanian and Bulgarian migrants into Britain : a floodtide which is set to be loosed on [...]

News Roundup 26.11.13

November 26, 2013 // 0 Comments

Mail Why should I move out of my council house, asks £145,000 union boss: Bob Crow says he has ‘no moral duty to leave despite generous salary’ RMT general secretary lives with family in taxpayer-subsidised housing Claimed he is being ‘victimised’ over his arrangements in [...]

News Roundup, 25.11.13

November 25, 2013 // 0 Comments

Mail Banks ‘destroying small firms’: Cable report accuses RBS and Lloyds of ‘unscrupulous’ practices Probe claims RBS and Lloyds have deliberately caused small firms to fail RBS, 80 per cent owned by taxpayer, referred to financial watchdogs Bank claims it tried to help the [...]

Crap, Crosby and Cameron

November 22, 2013 // 1 Comment

David Cameron, in his only job outside politics, once had a short spell as a PR man for Carlton, a TV company which coincidentally was swallowed by the ITV network after he had left its employ. (I could at this point make a cheap  crack  comparing  what he did for Carlton  with what he’s [...]

News Roundup 22.11.13

November 22, 2013 // 0 Comments

Daily Mail Enough is enough Mr Cameron: Mail poll reveals voters’ deep concern over wave of new migrants 82% of respondents said no to a new influx from Bulgaria and Romania 85% think migration was putting huge pressure on schools and hospitals Only one in 20 think Brussels should be in [...]
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