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Behind the Headlines: Stop Funding Hate

18th November 2016

It’s been hailed by some as a crucial tool in the fight against intolerance, and labelled by others an elitist campaign for press censorship. Sam Barnett takes a look at ‘Stop Funding Hate’ and the recent media coverage surrounding the campaign.

Behind the Headlines: BT ‘Broadbad’

28th January 2016

Fred Azis-Laranjo looks at the reaction to the inaugural report by the cross-party ‘British Infrastructure Group’ of MPs, entitled “Broadbad”, which singled out BT’s ‘Openreach’ for alleged under-performance and abuse of its dominant position in the broadband market.

Five things we learnt: Labour Party Conference 2015

1st October 2015

Pagefield spent a few days in Brighton this week for some sun, sea and socialism at Labour Party conference 2015. Here Nathan Jones and Benjamin Winter report back on the five things they learnt.

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