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Encouraging the victims of war

by Andrew Brown

Posted: 28 Feb 2014 @ 12:19

BEFORE we dive into the serious stuff, a marvellous quote from Jeremy Paxman, who was reviewing a book on journalism in The Guardian: "News is just some things that have happened, as chosen by some not-very-interesting people running newspapers and television.

"These people have rather predictable tastes and rather obvious blindspots. But they're worried. Which makes them shout a bit too wildly: after all, their jobs are on the line. The other day the Daily ...

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