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YungMili1310 karma

did you ever read /r/breakingbad's theories during the show, for example the use of the colors in the show or walt picking up his victim's habits?

YungMili112 karma

Its not much of an election issue because the press don't want it to be discussed. There was a huge inquiry and report and after all the time and money spent on it nothing has changed.

An underreported element of the Leveson inquiry, which is particularly important to me, was that minority communities and groups were being discriminated against in the press (http://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/20140122145147/http://www.official-documents.gov.uk/document/hc1213/hc07/0780/0780_ii.pdf see 3.26) and perhaps a way of dealing with the disenfranchised from these groups would be to directly engage in an issue that affects them.

I think even a 5 minute debate on Channel 4 news could be incredibly helpful in making sure these sidelined, important issues are discussed

YungMili77 karma

With only a few days until the election, is there any chance that channel 4 news could discuss the Leveson inquiry and his recommendations?

YungMili61 karma

if this is the case and you want to remain apolitical and neutral what did you think of Jon Snow commenting on the Israel/Gaza war in the way that he did?

YungMili45 karma

labour want to implement leveson's recommendations, the tories wouldn't dare to