Category Archives: Advocacy Journalism

Alternative media are media (newspapers, radio, television, movies, Internet, etc.) which are alternatives to the business- or government-owned mass media. Proponents of alternative media argue that the mainstream media are biased.

Independent Opinions: Leading Articles

An excellent way to keep up to date with some valuable reading material… Continue reading

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A peerage? I’d rather give it back and cut my tax bill – independant.co.uk

In the past few days, four peers have formally renounced their membership of the House of Lords, because if they had stayed they would have to pay UK tax on all their income. Copyright 2010 Independent Print Limited Continue reading

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We need reform. Too bad if it disturbs people’s lunch – independent.co.uk

A year on from his appointment as Speaker, John Bercow tells Steve Richards why he is determined to change the culture of the House – starting with Prime Minister’s Questions Read: ‘We need reform. Too bad if it disturbs people’s … Continue reading

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Britons on the breadline – independent.co.uk

An Independent on Sunday investigation: Charities warn the Government’s plan to reform benefits will mean a huge rise in numbers relying on foodbanks. – Independent on Sunday Continue reading

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A creative alternative to the dole – observer.guardian.co.uk

With one in six young people out of work, the outlook for new graduates is bleak. But a New Deal of the Mind could ease fears of another lost generation – Observer Continue reading

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