Author Archives: Tech Bash

“Britain is open for business,” and other ineffective, lazy rhetorical tricks the shape-shifting lizards think sound really clever

  The phrase, “Britain is open for business” is invoked incessantly by UK politicians these days –  as they swoop off their private jets and pull serious faces and puff out their chests for the waiting media – and it’s … Continue reading

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Jeremy Corbyn stars in GAME OF DEATH

  Synopsis: after winning the Labour Party leadership campaign in September 2015, rank outsider Jeremy Corbyn enjoyed a tidal wave of popular support. The Islington North MP looked set to provide a much needed return to socialist values for the … Continue reading

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PR jobs: EU project – head of policy sought

  It’s just seven days to go until the UK holds its referendum into EU membership, and I fear that the leave camp will win. A lot of EU leave voters hold the mindset that in the UK and Europe, … Continue reading

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The Internet Dragnet and You (Part 1)

  In newsrooms around the world, every single day, battles are pitched over content. Lowest common denominator sub-editors rage against verbose scribes, and vice versa, as complexity and nuance give way to ease of comprehension and space or time constraints. … Continue reading

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