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TV SINNERS
Chinese state TV company CGTN, which airs forced public confessions, is due to start broadcasting in the UK. Thank you, ex-chancellor George Osborne!

MALTESE CROSS
The BBC Today presenter who gave a paid talk at a conference hosted by controversial passport sellers Henley & Partners while Maltese protesters outside faced online threats.

FASHION VICTIMS
Award-winning fashion snappers Mert and Marcus aren’t letting success go to their wallets: they recently advertised an unpaid, six-month, 45-hour week internship!

PLUS: Ad Nauseam, Anti-Social Media, Dumb Britain, Desperate Marketing, Malgorithms & more.

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Comic relief
Entire pages of cartoons NOT about Brexit!

Silence in church
Gagging orders and the C of E

Cobra rattled
Civil servants prepare for chaos from February

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