Posts Tagged “mark easton”

Social media: is it curbing teenage rebels and road use? Bear with me on this one…

by Stephen Tall on October 2, 2012

We all know social media is changing the way we view the world yadda yadda. But a couple of articles recently have led me to wonder quite how much and in what unexpected ways. The BBC’s Mark Easton poses a (…)

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Clegg a hypocrite? Nick’s critics are “playing the man, not the ball” says BBC’s Mark Easton

by Stephen Tall on April 6, 2011

The right-wing press was today in full self-righteous cry, accusing Nick Clegg of ‘hypocrisy’ for seeking to ensure fairness on internships when he’s stated in interviews before he benefited from family connections. Their argument is comprehensively refuted by the BBC’s home editor Mark Easton, who points out here quite how spurious such attacks are: The […]