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December 01, 2023

"Joe Biden is finished" as massacre in Gaza continues

It will be remembered, I hope, as the hug that sank a craven president. It was mid-October. US President Joe Biden made the requisite pilgrimage to Tel Aviv to show that his staunch support for...

Adverts: the good, the bad and the downright lazy

Matt Gardner - Online ColumnistI love watching adverts now - it's the best showcase of television. Why? Because the fickle nature of the human being is perfectly reflected in their ever changing ways. They mirror the products consumers wish they had un ...

Politician who is not 'martyr for freedom'

Phil Simms Former leading British Conservative MP David Davis has been at the centre of a media frenzy following his resignation over the issue of the government's controversial 42-day detention without charge policy. The ex-shadow home secretary has t ...

Lock 'em up and throw away the key

Matt Gardner - Online Columnist Crime's getting a bit out of hand these days, isn't it? Although the press make Britain's knife problems out to be as great a problem here as guns are in America (where they have both guns AND knives), it's ...

Women's chances of US Presidency hindered by Hillary

Camille PagliaRight now, Hillary is in Godzilla mode, refusing to accept Barack Obama's looming nomination and threatening to tie the Democratic party in legal knots until the August convention and beyond. Those who think she will withdraw gracefully i ...

'No comment' about our racist bloggers but...

The-Latest contacted My Telegraph's Shane Richmond for a comment about our story that he had allowed a British fascist leader to write inflammatory anti-immigrant blogs on the website he edits, writes Deborah Hobson. We have yet to hear back from him. ...

Beaten Blue: another advert for broken Britain

Phil Simms As drunken Chelsea soccer fans were rioting on Fulham Broadway, following the London side's defeat in the Champions League Final in Moscow, the Home Secretary, Jacqui Smith, faced accusations of betrayal in her clash with police over pay. N ...

Lagos alive with Champions League fever

Adeleke Afolayan - Lagos, Nigeria For the very few who did not know the big event that was going to take place last night, a look at the shirts and attire most people wore on that day would be good enough clue for them. From the Okada (motorcyclist) man a ...

Asian disasters and awful human folly

Matt Gardner - Online columnistThis time last month, I was hoping for a few shots of lava from Colombia's Nevado del Huila volcano to brighten up the slow news weeks of April. I didn't expect that nature would answer my boredom by tenfold.Now we ha ...

How to get a job in journalism

Phil Simms I don't know how many of you are familiar with the " …for Dummies" series; a selection of books offering self-help and advice on particular subjects from computer programming to beginners Spanish, but journalism seems t ...

Obama's campaign is 'filled with a laundry list of lies'

Margaret Kimberley, Black Agenda ReportA Barack Obama presidency would certainly be a first - the first time that most Black people will end their historic progressive politics and applaud America's criminal activity just because the head criminal look ...

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