In Annie MacManus’ podcast ‘Changes’, she interviews former Neo-Nazi Nigel Bromage, inspiring me to delve into the not-so-straightforward question: can people really change?

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In Annie MacManus’ podcast ‘Changes’, she interviews former Neo-Nazi Nigel Bromage, inspiring me to delve into the not-so-straightforward question: can people really change?

The platform invites a variety of guests to share some of the biggest changes they have experienced, particularly emphasizing the capacity this has to shape and mould our future selves, experiences and worldviews.

Nigel Bromage was brought up in a diverse area with left-wing, socialist supporting parents. He points out how easy it can…


In August 2020, Sky and the BBC were accused of Voyeurism, creditable to the objectionable live news coverage of refugees making the treacherous journey across the English Channel as they fled the destruction caused by the Civil War in Syria.

You indeed read that correctly, live news coverage.

Twitter: Simon Jones reporting for the BBC

‘You can see why it’s dangerous today because the sea is pretty choppy. We came across this boat around half an hour ago, just spotted it on the horizon, and we have seen them actually trying to get water out of the boat. …

Emily Jones-Bateman

BA (Hons) Communication and Media 📚 📝l Political Cynic and Commentator of Media, Society and Culture l Curious about Media Content and Influence

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