Kamal Ahmed, the BBC’s new Editorial Director of News, was born in the UK with a Sudanese father and an English mother. A graduate of Leeds University in 1990 with a degree in politics, it is not surprising he later worked on The Guardian and then became political editor of The Observer. Read Story
Britain’s Daily Mail, so called ‘News’ Paper has agreed to pay damages and costs to the first lady of the United States of America, over a disgusting article regarding her modelling career. Read Story
Sweden’s Liberal Party Integration Minister has been forced to admit she falsely told the BBC the number of reported rapes in the country was falling. The misleading claims drew sharp criticism from MPs, economists, and criminologists. Read Story
MPs are launching an inquiry into the “Growing phenomenon of Fake News”.
The Culture, Media and Sports Committee said it would investigate concerns about the public being swayed by propaganda and untruths. Read Story