Author: Josh White

Borders bring almost as much insecurity as security. (More…)

Soldiers get politicised by war. But few live to write about it like British journalist Joe Glenton. Josh White talks to Glenton about his new book  Veteranhood: Rage and Hope in British Ex-Military Life. (More…)

Walking down Dean Street from Soho Square Gardens, you might not know you’re just a stone’s throw away from a satirical magazine.  (More…)

A media mogul died thirty years ago this Friday. It was a dark night on the 5th of November, 1991. (More…)

Armed with power drills and angle grinders, The Guardian’s deputy editor Paul Johnson and two other journalists set about dismembering their computers.  (More…)

The Tories are cutting benefits again.  (More…)

Walking around Shepperton, you would have no idea this area was home to one of the greatest English writers of the twentieth century. (More…)

Throughout the US war in Afghanistan, Western media framed the conflict in terms that suited the governments of the day. (More…)

We’re all familiar with the sight of reporters standing outside Parliament, doing their talking heads thing. (More…)

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