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Tag: dumbing down

July 8, 2014

Frank Furedi (born Ferenc Furedi)

by Matthew Steeples

This Hungarian “former student radical” and emeritus professor of sociology at the University of Kent argued that historic abuse offences should effectively be swept under the carpet on Newsnight in July 2014. Faversham based Furedi – who is married to the CEO of the UK’s largest independent abortion provider – has previously bizarrely leapt to … Continue reading “Frank Furedi (born Ferenc Furedi)”

August 6, 2013

Berkoff berates the Beeb

by Matthew Steeples

Steven Berkoff speaks for millions in comments about the dumbing down of the BBC   Actor and director Steven Berkoff has never been known for mincing his words. That’s why we like him. In his latest comments describing much of what the BBC broadcast as “garbage” and ITV1’s Downton Abbey as featuring “a lot of … Continue reading “Berkoff berates the Beeb”

March 16, 2013

Out of their class

by Matthew Steeples

Mid Devon District Council ban the use of apostrophes in street signage   First, Waterstone’s announced that they’d be ditching the apostrophe in their name to become Waterstones and now Mid Devon District Council are embarking on the same ludicrous course of action with regard to street signs.   Stating that they wish to “reduce … Continue reading “Out of their class”

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