Monthly Archives: October 2014

The Guardian’s liberal establishment hierarchy is at its root conservative

I worked at the Guardian as a subeditor and occasional writer between 2007 and 2013. It’s been my newspaper of choice since university. Ten years previously I’d decided to train to become a journalist, and I considered working there in … Continue reading

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Russell Brand for Green party leader may be the only way to tackle the rise of Ukip and the cult of Nigel Farage

I was back in my hometown London last weekend, in east London and the famous York Hall, often used as a boxing venue, this night playing host to a Question Time debate, which was supposed to mimic the political jousting … Continue reading

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