Monthly Archives: May 2007

May’s monthly feedback round-up

Posted by Laura Before I launched fully into addressing the concerns, criticisms and compliments in May’s monthly mailbag, I’d like firstly to apologise to the cruciverbalists among you (that’s crossword fanatics to the non-cruciverbalists out there). At the beginning of … Continue reading

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The media and Madeleine: a national disgrace

Posted by Ian   You have to wonder how much longer this can go on. Not the search for the missing toddler Madeleine McCann; rather the media’s hysterical coverage of the case, the like of which has plumbed new depths … Continue reading

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Feedback round-up: April

Posted by Ian   Last month might have been consistently and unseasonably warm, but the temperature of feedback enveloping the homepage was decidedly mixed.   The one issue that stirred most of you to put virtual pen to paper was advertising. … Continue reading

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Alan Johnston

Posted by Ian   It’s 50 days since the BBC’s Gaza correspondent was abducted. Despite reports trickling out affirming he is still alive and his condition is well, Alan’s precise whereabouts and wellbeing remain frustratingly unclear. Efforts to free him … Continue reading

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