Jun 28, 2017
5179 GB adults surveyed
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During the Glastonbury festival last weekend, Labour’s shadow chancellor John McDonnell claimed victims of the Grenfell Tower fire in London were “murdered by political decisions that were taken over recent decades”. Do you think it right to use the word "murdered" in this context?
A professor at the London School of Economics has suggested that news is becoming both faster and slower. Organisations delivering newest news are becoming faster in their work, but there is also a growing need for “slow news”, i.e. more people are interested in deliberations of what happened after the dust settled and the news agenda has moved on. Which type of news do you consume more?