Confronting the inevitablity of bias

Accusations of news outlets exhibiting a bias is a commonplace criticism I’ve grown accustomed to, and frankly quite bored of. During the Gaza conflict of 2014, the BBC received over 900 complaints of showing a pro-Palestinian/anti-Israeli bias,  closely followed by over 800 complaints for a pro-Israeli/anti-Palestinian bias. The most complaints received that month were about playing … More Confronting the inevitablity of bias

The NHS doesn’t need a stronger economy, it needs a nation that cares about its health

Earlier this year, in the lead up to the UK general election, health care was a hot topic. With an ageing population, increasing rates of obesity and the rising incidence of cancer, it was clear that money alone could not solve this problem. However, the only solutions discussed by politicians, the media and the people, … More The NHS doesn’t need a stronger economy, it needs a nation that cares about its health