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 […]

Book Review: The Adventures of Horatio Mowzl

‘The Adventures of Horatio Mowzl’ was a wonderful read. The reader is immediately swept up into an exciting and unique adventure. Horatio Mowzl finds himself pulled from his own world, where he is a real mouse, to the human world where he is a toy mouse. We join Mowzl and his new- found human friends […]

Nature Deficit Disorder

Words by Paul Thornycroft Lucky me when, as a child, access to nature was straight forward.  With no stranger danger inhibiting my parents, I could I roam the wooded slopes that led down to meadows where a small stream meandered the woodland boundary.  This was the Wild Wood of “Wind in the Willows” fame, and […]