Articles tagged "propaganda"

The Problem with Coronavirus is that it Doesn’t Understand Propaganda

Boris Johnson isn’t following scientific advice, he is running scared of a backbench rebellion by a minority of MPs in his own party.

I Called Out the Prime Minister for Lying & Got Thrown Out of Parliament

Boris Johnson has lied to the country & to the House of Commons repeatedly for years

Boris Johnson Misled MPs Over Unusable PPE

The Government’s most senior Health official has contradicted the Prime Minister’s claims [Boris Johnson lied to MPs]

Some of Today’s Politicians have Learned Propaganda Tricks from 1930s Fascists, says Yale professor

Democracy is a fragile creation, and the Yale professor and historian of fascism Timothy Snyder should know

Accusation of Tories Inflaming Culture Wars by Boris Johnson's Former Race Advisor

“There are some people in the government who feel like the right way to win is to pick a fight on the culture war and to exploit division.”

We Are Being Targeted by Boris Johnson's Ministers

A transparent & deceitful act by Government to target one of its most effective critics in an attempt to close down the most effective route to exposing its [Tory government's] disregard for the law

Tories to Undermine UK Democracy with Mandatory Voter ID Law

The best electoral systems are the most inclusive. Boris Johnson's Tory government plans lock out millions of legitimate, non-Tory voters

Boris Johnson Misleading Parliament

What Boris Johnson told Parliament was just not true

Downing Street Rewrote ‘Independent’ Report on Race

Officials at Downing Street have been accused of rewriting much of its controversial report into racial and ethnic disparities

How Scotland’s been Tricked into Thinking it’s too Poor

How Scotland’s been Tricked into Thinking it’s too Poor

BBC of Fear of Casting Boris Johnson in a Bad Light

This story appears to have everything – sex, betrayal, abuse of power, lies told in high places – so, on the face of, it is somewhat surprising to find it covered only grudgingly, and at the margins of the BBC’s huge range of output.