John Cole (journalist)
John Morrison Cole (23 November 1927 – 7 November 2013) was a British journalist and broadcaster. He served as deputy editor of The Guardian and The Observer and, from 1981 to 1992, was the BBC's poli...
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Socialist Resistance
Socialist Resistance (SR) is an ecosocialist, feminist and revolutionary organisation in Britain, which publishes a Marxist periodical of the same name. In July 2009 the International Socialist Group ...
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The Bee-Hive (journal)
The Bee-Hive was a trade unionist journal published weekly in the United Kingdom between 1861 and 1878.The Bee-Hive was established in 1861 by George Potter, with professional journalist George Troup ...
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A Brief History of Crime
A Brief History of Crime is the third book by conservative author and journalist Peter Hitchens. Originally published in 2003, it was reissued in 2004 under the new title The Abolition of Liberty. The...
MySociety
mySociety is an e-democracy project of the UK-based registered charity named UK Citizens Online Democracy, that aims to build "socially focused tools with offline impacts". It was founded by Tom Stein...
The Life Story of David Lloyd George
The Life Story of David Lloyd George (originally titled The Man Who Saved The Empire ) is a 1918 British silent biopic film directed by Maurice Elvey and starring Norman Page, Alma Reville and Ernest...
New Statesman
The New Statesman is a British political and cultural magazine published weekly in London. Founded as a weekly review of politics and literature on 12 April 1913, connected with Sidney and Beatrice We...
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List of fictional Prime Ministers of the United Kingdom
Fictional stories featuring the political scene in Westminster or Whitehall in the United Kingdom, often feature fictional Prime Ministers of the United Kingdom - invented characters with the position...
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Liberal Democrat Voice
Liberal Democrat Voice (also known as "Lib Dem Voice") is a political blog, read by over 60,000 individual visitors per month specialising in British politics.The site was created by Robin Fenwick in ...
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After Dark (TV series)
After Dark is a British late-night live discussion programme broadcast on Channel 4 television between 1987 and 1997, and on the BBC in 2003. Roly Keating of the BBC described it as "one of the great ...
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Parliamentary Brief
First published in 1992, Parliamentary Brief is a monthly British political magazine circulated by request to members of the British House of Commons, members of the House of Lords, senior civil serva...
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Mule (newspaper)
MULE is a non-profit, Manchester-based independent media project. The newspaper had a quarterly print run of 10,000, distributed free around the city of Manchester until August 2010, and runs a regula...
Cultural depictions of Winston Churchill
The life of Winston Churchill has frequently been fictionalised for film, television, radio and other media.
In the Loop (film)
In the Loop is a 2009 British satirical black comedy directed by Armando Iannucci as a spin-off from the BBC Television series The Thick of It. The film satirizes Anglo-American politics in the 21st ...
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Party Animals (TV series)
Party Animals is a British television drama series screened on BBC Two in 2007. It was produced by World Productions, the makers of No Angels and This Life.Party Animals tells the story of people invo...
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Freedom (newspaper)
Freedom is a London-based anarchist newspaper published monthly by Freedom Press.The paper was started in 1886 by volunteers including Peter Kropotkin and Charlotte Wilson and continues to 2014 as an ...
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Encounter (magazine)
Encounter was a literary magazine, founded in 1953 by poet Stephen Spender and journalist Irving Kristol. The magazine ceased publication in 1991. Published in the United Kingdom, it was a largely Ang...
FixMyStreet
mySociety is an e-democracy project of the UK-based registered charity named UK Citizens Online Democracy, that aims to build "socially focused tools with offline impacts". It was founded by Tom Stein...
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