Lawyers give thanks for the new educational bill, as it creates opportunities for many more court cases.
Richard Bartholomew reviews Peter Oborne’s programme on the pro-Israel lobby and finds it flawed.
Richard again on the Sun’s initial response to the fake ‘Alan Sugar terror’ story.
South Asian babies in Britain are more at risk of death than other babies, and doctors do not know why.
The Telegraph is harrumping at the news that children are being taught not to stereotype by having to disprove such statements as “all white children are fascists” and “all Muslims are extremists” (the paper edition takes the former quote as its headline). This seems a sensible way of proceeding to me, as it doesn’t allow people to indulge in generalisations.
And finally, Unity and friends respond to fears that the Press Complaints Commission will now try and regulate blogging.
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