By Harry Whomersley on August 12, 2012
Harry Whomersley explores how England has turned it’s history into part museum, part quaint themepark.
Posted in Arts & Culture, Featured, History | Tagged English history
Harry Whomersley reflects on Aidan Burley’s comments about the London 2012 opening ceremony.
Posted in Featured, Multiculturalism, Sport | Tagged Aidan Burley, London 2012
By Chris Attrill on July 1, 2012 | 1 Response
Yesterday, Barclays agreed to pay fines totaling £290m to British and American authorities, to settle charges of market rigging (by manipulating the Libor)
Posted in Business, Featured, More | Tagged Barclays, Libor | 1 Response
By Harry Whomersley on June 4, 2012 | 15 Responses
Harry Whomersley defends the Royal family’s position in a modern democratic state.
Posted in Featured, More, Society | Tagged Elizabeth II, Jubilee | 15 Responses
By Kevin Arscott on May 17, 2012 | 26 Responses
Carole Malone’s comments that Mick and Mairead Philpott were to blame for the fire because they engaged with the press raises important questions about press coverage of the family before the fire.
Posted in Featured, The Media | Tagged Carole Malone, Daily Mail, Mairead Philpott, Mick and Mairead Philpott, Mick Philpott | 26 Responses
By Harry Whomersley on May 10, 2012
Harry Whomersley asks why Khalid Sheikh Mohammad, the man accused of masterminding the 9/11 attacks, can’t be tried in an American courtroom.
Posted in Crime, Featured, More, USA | Tagged 9/11, justice, Khalid Sheikh Mohammad, war on terror
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