About The New Observer

The chief news themes of the New Observer are international relations and the UN, and the state of society in the UK. Blogs (accessed on the right-hand side of this page) are regularly posted to. There is an especial interest in Western corporate media propaganda. A blog is maintained with posts about media ownership and media narrative building.

One key theme in Society and Youth and Community is the obsession of the authorities with "Safeguarding". Read articles here.

More in-depth reports are carried out into subjects such as ADHD, surveillance and psychotherapy. See the Features section on the menu.

There is also a blog about psychotherapy

There are also Book reviews as well as articles and information about Illich and Foucault.

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We are actively seeking serious contributions about Ivan Illich or Foucault.

Pret á exploit

Fast-food chain Pret á Manager is, according to a report in the Guardian, 'offering' teenagers a week's "work experience" over the Summer.

(The scheme is presented by their PR as something to do with recruiting 'British' teenagers to work in their stores, as most of their staff are non-British; an idea, which from certain points of [more…]

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