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The power of Facebook – can it really be on the wane, asks media expert John Jewell

I doubt whether this will come as much of a surprise to anyone, but the ubiquity of Facebook continues, seemingly unbound. At the beginning of this...

29.05.2023 5

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John Jewell

Police and crime commissioners are supposed to be the voice of the public, not hide from scrutiny

What we saw in Cardiff's Ely this week was terrible. First and foremost, two teenagers lost their lives. Two families are grieving. In all the...

24.05.2023 3

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Will Hayward

The rise and rise of gambling should concern us all

At the beginning of the year it was revealed that, according to company accounts, Denise Coates, Britain’s highest paid boss, received more than...

19.05.2023 1

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John Jewell

Bannau Brycheiniog, Yr Wyddfa, Eryri and Cymru: This is why these names matter

What's in a name, as the Great Bard said? But setting aside the Montagues and Capulets for a moment, when you come to think about it, names...

13.05.2023 3

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Laura Mcallister

Listening to podcasts is surging - here's why they are in tune with our interests and needs

Last week, as I was writing about AI (artificial intelligence) and its impact on individuals and societies, I began to think once again of how...

12.05.2023 6

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John Jewell