Journalist Shadows M. Sec. Refugees get asylum.

As journalists, we often strive to write what we believe to be the truth. Be unbiased in our opinions and make sure we understand all aspects of a story. In this week’s episode of Madam Secretary, we get more information on this aspect. See a journalist reach all angles of …

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Keir Starmer’s speechwriter admits speech lasted far too long – POLITICO

Keir Starmer’s own speechwriter admitted that last week’s party conference speech lasted far too long – but insisted the enthusiastic applause from the audience was to blame. Speechwriter Philip Collins, who wrote Starmer’s address to party loyalists in Brighton, told POLITICO’s Westminster Insider podcast that Starmer’s 90-minute delivery had “absolutely” …

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Manuscript reveals battle between Greeks and Goths at Thermopylae

The Thermopyles site. Credit: Fkerasar / Wikimedia Commons / CC BY-SA 3.0 An ancient manuscript that was recently revealed indicates that in 262 BC there was another battle at Thermopylae which essentially saved Greece from the Goths. In 2007, Jana Grusková, PhD, of Masaryk University, discovered a manuscript fragment containing …

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David Kushner, journalist behind A24’s “Zola”, to publish next book on Substack (EXCLUSIVE)

David Kushner, best-selling author and journalist whose stories are often developed for film and television, will publish his next book on Substack. Kushner’s magazine articles have inspired films like A24’s “Zola” and upcoming projects involving Christian Bale and Spike Lee. Substack, a subscription-based newsletter service, will now house its new …

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Queen vows against abdication according to biographer

Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-reigning British monarch, will not resign to hand over the throne to her 70-year-old son or 39-year-old grandson, the author of a new biography said, due to of “binding promises in presence” undertaken at his coronation in June 1953 at Westminster Abbey. As early as 1982, …

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