February 23, 2013

Everyone Pays for the BBC's Failures

Daily Telegraph, Daily Telegraph

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The BBC has forgotten its most basic function.

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February 20, 2013
Horsing Around with the Global Food Chain
Nayan Chanda, Yale Global
The scandal erupted in mid-January when British food inspectors discovered horse DNA in packages of beef lasagna marketed by Findus Group, headquartered in Britain. Initial investigations unraveled a spaghetti-like supply chain... more ››
February 20, 2013
Why Have the White British Left London?
Mark Easton, BBC
Something quite remarkable happened in London in the first decade of the new millennium. The number of white British people in the capital fell by 620,000 - equivalent to the entire population of Glasgow moving out. The... more ››
UK's importance to India is as a gateway to European markets, a trump card the PM half took out of his hand with his EU speech. more ››
February 19, 2013
David Cameron's Bad Date in Delhi
Jayati Ghosh, The Guardian
The UK is courting Indian business, but it needs to raise its game if it wants to be taken seriously. more ››
February 17, 2013
Britain's Food Security Blame Game
The Independent
One of the more disgraceful aspects of the wholly disgraceful horse-meat saga is the alacrity with which everyone has set out to pass the blame to someone else. Accountability is never the most visible quality in a crisis. Like... more ››