Seriously, When Will The Guardian Learn Some Economics?

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The Guardian tries its hand at an explainer about trade and tariffs. And, as we would expect when the newspaper tries to deal with...

The New Media Settlement Starts Here In Uganda

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Uganda has just instituted a tax upon those who would use social media. This is quite obviously a good thing. For as we keep...

From Our Series, Newspaper Headlines We Can Answer

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Actually, our ever popular series, Newspaper Headlines We Can Answer: Machines may beat us in debate, but will they ever have the human touch? No. Next question? In...

The Guardian’s Absurd View Of NHS Funding

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Even for The Guardian managing two logical fallacies in the one editorial is pretty good going. But that's what they achieve in this one...

BBC Tax Dodgers – If Only The Times Read Its Own Newspaper

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It's amusing how slowly it is that public understanding of a matter moves along. Take this story about BBC presenters dodging taxes by using...

How Middle Class Is The Guardian – The Great Brexit Au Pair Shortage

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Don't forget that newspapers reflect the interests of their readers. It is not true that editors force material down their throats, it is that...

This Will Be An Interesting Test – Geordie Greig To Daily Mail Editor

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It is a standard part of the mythology that newspapers tell their readers what to believe - and the readers believe them. This is...

Good Question In The Guardian – What About Those 100 Million Deaths?

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An entirely reasonable and sensible question from Martin Kettle in The Guardian: A century on, why are we forgetting the deaths of 100 million? Martin Kettle Quite...

Canadian Meese Are Damn Good Swimmers

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A report in from the colonial cousins in the Antipodes: Ten Canadian moose landed here more than 100 years ago. A few intrepid Kiwis have...

Well Done To Poppy Noor, A Masterly Dig At The Guardian In The Guardian

I might just have to change my opinion of Poppy Noor here. Normally she trots out the usual regurgitation of currently fashionable points when...