Monday July 13, 2020

All hands on the media deck for Brexit endgame

The horror show in Westminster is turning everything it touches into a frenzy, and the media coverage is no exception

8th September, 2019

There’s only one show in town. It’s a political thriller whose dénouement is rapidly approaching. Curtain-up was in June 2016 and it has played to enthralled audiences across the globe since. In Britain, the female lead has been replaced by a man comfortable with hubris, knowing that his moment has arrived. He seems more familiar with hair product than any British male politician before him. But then he’s probably copying elements of the US production....

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