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John Naughton
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John Naughton Jul 24
Extraordinary reporting of a failed coup in progress.
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John Naughton Jul 23
NYT says that 15,000 journalists came to Cleveland to report the Republican Convention. To which the only possible response is: why?
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John Naughton Jul 15
Astonishing Facebook live footage streaming from Taksim Square.
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Jonathan Eyal Jul 15
If fizzles like the Soviet 1991 one, Erdogan is guaranteed to establish dictatorship. If coup succeeds, Turkey has dictatorship
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profdeibert Jul 15
In the old days of military coups, you'd take over the radio. Now, you take over Twitter and Facebook.
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Farhad Manjoo Jul 15
News alert for the history books
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John Naughton Jul 15
David Davis is smart (and sensible on surveillance), but he’s a fantasist when it comes to trade negotiations. Alas.
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John Naughton Jul 15
Everything you wanted to know about the realities of Brexit but were afraid to ask!
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Richard Danbury Jul 15
Channel 4 are recruiting for the investigative journalism MA at De Montfort University , ,
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Sarah Kay Jul 15
In light of last night / today, scrutiny is even more necessary. More surveillance doesn't mean efficient prevention
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Akash Paun Jul 15
Brexit and the Union - video of event yesterday now available here
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BBC Radio 4 Today Jul 15
The UK has no trade negotiators, says Oliver Letwin, who was heading the Brexit unit.
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John Naughton Jul 15
“A political system which abandons facts & media ecosystem which doesn’t filter for truth”
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John Naughton Jul 14
Bagehot: Giving Boris Johnson the FCO is “like putting a baboon at the wheel of the Rolls Royce”. The Economist
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Kathryn Zickuhr Jul 14
Interesting: Uber executives have testified that Wickr is a common tool for internal communications
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John Naughton Jul 14
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John Naughton Jul 14
So if UK is still a serious country, how come it has a piss-artist as its Foreign Secretary?
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John Naughton Jul 13
Now comes the interesting question: can Boris be a grown-up? MI6 reports to him. No more room for Bullingdon japes. Secrets have to be kept
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John Naughton Jul 12
Her Majesty bids us farewell from 'Glorious Britain'
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John Grindrod Jul 11
Leadsom stands down and quietly adds successful UK Prime Minister to her CV.
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