July 2009

Investigative journalism makes welcome return

Mike Jempson - Director, MediaWiseTwo thousand and nine may be the year that investigative journalism makes a comeback in Britain  — as editors realise that the public has a real appetite for the juicy revelations provided by the Daily Telegraph ...

US remains silent over Black politician's arrest by Israel

Former US congresswoman Cynthia McKinney, left, an Irish Nobel Prize winner and British filmmaker are among 21 human rights activists still in jail a week after they were seized by the Israeli navy on board a relief boat in international waters as they wer ...

UK firm takes to the road in Brussels to help jobless youth

The lost generation of young people who are not in education, employment or training - NEET is the acronym officials use - are an international problem that affects most developed countries, Roger Lynch told the European Employment week conference in Bruss ...

Rumours, lies and truth: life after death of 'King of Pop'

Deborah Hobson I've been angry with Michael Jackson for some years now. His sudden death from a heart attack last week at the age of 50 shocked and saddened me, although an unemotional assessment of his rollercoaster life thus far with its many dark tw ...

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