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Google and the Daily Telegraph

In November 2017 we uncovered a concerning link between the internet’s search engine giant, Google, and one of the UK’s dominant right-wing newspapers, the Daily Telegraph. We were alerted to this connection after an unprecedented lifting of the Daily Telegraph’s malicious and inaccurate article that attacked our regulating organisation IMPRESS. Long a voracious opponent to […]

“A sincere call for change”

New review by Katriina Rowan The Adventures of Horatio Mowzl by Paul Thornycroft Paul Thornycroft’s novel The Adventures of Horatio Mowzl is an acknowledgement of the impact mankind has on the natural world and a sincere call for change. Thornycroft engages deeply with environmental issues as he portrays Mowzl the mouse negotiating his way through the […]

New Review: No Homeless Problem

by Jemma O’Donovan ‘No Homeless Problem’ is a collection of poetry written by Belfast-born Séamus Fox. Throughout this book, Fox clues readers in on what it’s really like to be homeless by drawing on his own experiences, and by using the accounts and stories of 44 individuals who have also experienced the difficulties of being […]

BOUNDLESS – EDITION 4

Political cartoons, in full, by Joshua Roberts

Political cartoons, in full, by Joshua Roberts Donald Trump,…

Desperate Drive

Desperate Drive By Anita Russell How could he grip the…

Carriage 12

Carriage 12 By Laura Cao The train was already packed…

The Rescue

The Rescue By Joao Rousa Meal times are the kindest clocks.…

Just another charity shop?

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Just another charity shop? With 21 charity shops along…

TAX: AN UNEQUAL PLAYING FIELD

A report by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists…