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Maria Eagle Criticises John Whittingdale’s ‘Bullying’ Of BBC | TV News

  Just after allegations that the Tory government are encouraging the BBC to sell their share of UKTV, shadow culture secretary Maria Eagle accused John Whittingdale of “bullying” the BBC and seeking to “undermine the independence of the BBC” as part of an “ideological dislike” of the corporation.   Eagle commented: “He has bullied the corporation over its editorial line[…]

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Squeeze Frontman Explains Decision To Call Out David Cameron | Music News

  On January 10 Glenn Tilbrook, frontman of British band Squeeze, made the decision to change part of a song to protest a recent decision made by David Cameron to demolish and replace council flats. The song – “Cradle To The Grave” – was performed on The Andrew Marr Show in front of the Prime Minister himself.   Originally, Tilbrook[…]

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Noel Gallagher Opposes Jeremy Corbyn But ‘Could Never Vote Tory’ | Music News

  With Jeremy Corbyn taking the reigns of the Labour Party in 2015, many left-wingers foresaw a great future ahead. Not everyone is on Corbyn’s side however, and Noel Gallagher is one of them.   In an article by NME via The Sunday Times, Gallagher said: “Speaking as somebody from the left, I thought the New Labour years, coming up[…]

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Squeeze Confront David Cameron On ‘The Andrew Marr Show’ | Music News

  It’s not new to hear people oppose UK Prime Minister David Cameron‘s policies, but Squeeze found a creative way to do so. On The Andrew Marr Show (January 10), Cameron was one of a few guests to make an appearance and discuss current affairs. At the end of the show, Squeeze played everyone out with “Cradle To The Grave”[…]

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