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Posts Tagged: BBC
The £175,000 BBC study that found bias. The newspaper readership of BBC employees. And the study by the Centre for Policy Studies.
How the BBC is governed and regulated could scarcely be more important, given its dominance of news consumption. But where’s the Commons majority for radical change?
Iain Dale’s Friday Diary: Russell Brand. Good taste in football teams. But when it comes to politics…
Also: dreadful policemen. Idle George Galloway. Equal Britain. Glorious Dubrovnik…and my passion for Katie Price
Perhaps the worst thing that can happen to a small party is to find itself with a council to run.
Newsnight’s focus group showed hawkish instincts on welfare spending among the young.
By Mark WallaceFollow Mark on Twitter. The other day I picked out an example of Labour's miserablism: "Ed Balls' apparent enthusiasm when… Read more »
JP Floru: Property crime must be punished more severely: Why work if thieves can steal with impunity?
JP Floru is a Westminster Councillor, Senior Research Fellow of the Adam Smith Institute and writer of Heavens on Earth… Read more »
By Peter HoskinFollow Peter on Twitter Today’s politics is brought to you by the number 53. That’s the amount, in pounds… Read more »
J P Floru is a Westminster councillor and Head of Programmes at the Adam Smith Institute. Follow J P on… Read more »
By Matthew BarrettFollow Matthew on Twitter. Last month, we reported on the contribution of Matthew Elliott, CEO of the TaxPayers' Alliance,… Read more »
Although Ed Miliband is less popular with Labour supporters than David Miliband, he insists his leadership is “winning the battle of ideas”
By Joseph Willits Follow Joseph on Twitter In today's Sunday Times (£) there were yet more unnerving polling results for Ed Miliband, receiving… Read more »
JP Floru is the Director of Programmes at the Adam Smith Institute. Free marketeers are deluding themselves if they believe… Read more »
By JP Floru This morning the BBC was at it again. Always on the lookout for Tory/Coalition Splits, today’s closure… Read more »