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> Decent pundits are hard to come by, with the market saturated by mono-syllabic ex-players.  In Richard Keys and Andy Gray, Sky had a winning formula.  Whilst their conduct was inexcuable, will the...

> The Six Nations is thundering toward its conclusion, and the patriotism it inspires is more apparent than ever before.  Few other European competitions can claim to match the tournament for pure,...

> Are they churning out the same film over and over? So, I don’t know who else has been feeling it recently, but it seems that there is some overwhelming déjà-vu happening on the silver screen....

> More mutual friends than real mates?  Status updated more regularly than your underwear?  It’s probably time to take a look at your relationship with Facebook. Facebook seems to have devoured...

> WesternEye looks at Stokes Croft’s proposed supermarket, the progress of which has been (Sains)buried in red tape by campaigners, and wonders if a Lidl common sense an some Co-Operation migh...

>The media’s destruction of a previously anonymous Bristolian landlord gives cause for anyone who hasn’t recently commited a murder to worry.  Westerneye looks at a modern day witch hunt. The...

> The BBC has found itself embroiled in another age discrimination argument.  Is the corporation ageist? Or does this latest case represent a case of sour grapes from a former employee? On the afternoon...

Our general disgust at the treatment of Chris Jefferies by the media has led us to start an entirely new monthly feature for the Debate section. It’s the Tabloid Bullshit of the Month Awards. That’s...