Steve Bell is on top form in today’s Guardian, and his latest cartoon requires no further comment from me.
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Writing in today’s Guardian, Zoe Williams has interpreted the ban as yet another way of demonising poor parents.
Ed Balls’ latest Guardian article is an interesting one.
As we blogged a few days ago, one of the things Eurosceptics are probably rather uncomfortable with at present is the fact that it’s the European Union which is acting as a bulwark against American attempts to snoop on the browsing habits of us Europeans.
In a piece for Slate magazine, Matt Yglesias has pointed out a potential problem for Eurosceptics on the back of the Prism surveillance scandal. Essentially, the European Union is acting as a bulwark against American attempts to snoop on the browsing habits of us Europeans.
Those who hate the state love leaks of the sort The Guardian has been publishing. They justify their ‘Big Brother’ view of all that is supposedly bad about government.
As we’ve been picking on the Daily Mail a lot recently, I thought it only fair that I should have a go at someone else today. With that in mind I decided to pick on the Guardian.
Ninety per cent of Falkland Islanders voted on their future and of those, 99.8 per cent voted for the islands to remain a British overseas territory. We must stand by the Falklands. They have spoken loud and clear, now the world, and the left, must listen
The chancellor George Osborne has written in the Guardian that he is committed to ending tax abuse by multinational companies. He needs to show he means it.