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Facts, Lies and Critical Thinking

I’ve never been a good liar. Even bending the truth has become more and more difficult for me as I’ve come to accept my own flaws and the urge to cover for them has waned. The few times I’ve deviated from the truth have rarely worked out well. I was brought up to set great […]

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If it looks too good to be true, it probably is!

If it looks too good to be true, it probably is! This is the mantra I drum into my journalism students when I’m teaching them about how to use the information that emerges on social media. All too often our reaction to some incredible picture or video that crosses our timeline is to hit that share/retweet […]

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Data is meaningless without social power: We have the data, but who is listening?

I went to a film screening and discussion last week about Mark Duggan’s shooting by the police, and the conditions surrounding him and his family (Amponsah (2016). Hard Stop.). The event was one of the best I’ve been to. The documentary itself was authentic, engaging, and honest, showing a slice of life in London in a similar […]

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Of experts and voters

Let’s not talk about Michael Gove. But let’s talk about why he felt that “people in this country have had enough of experts” was an acceptable thing to say. He was attempting to shut down the rational parts of the debate. And he was also tapping into — as I believe the result shows — […]

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Post-fact politics – the challenges, and some paths for responding

Some of the challenges: Our world has undergone, and continues to undergo incredibly profound changes. We have to recognise this and think carefully about how our institutions will continue to function effectively in this new world: We live increasingly segregated lives. People are more transient, and less rooted in their communities. There are less places […]

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We want to hear from you!

It seems that evidence is not having the role in our politics that it should. What are the issues and what can we do about it? Our events are going to be looking at these questions, and starting to develop solutions. But why wait? In the meantime we are looking for short blogs on this […]

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