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Away and far: Journeys can transform the world - Andrew Solomon
Away and Far report on Andrew Solomon's writing about places subject to seaismic change - politically, culturally and spiritually. Solomon catches the very heart of these civilizations as a writer and essays writer of noteworthy perceptions and foresight. "You will not only know the outside realm better when you have seen it through Solomon's sight, but you will also take more of her." (Elizabeth Gilbert).
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Remarkable shovels included the 2011 News International telephone hacking outrage, in particular the hacking of assassinated English teenage Milly Dowler's telephone..... The survey resulted in the closing of the best-selling British Sunday paper and one of the world's highest-circulation papers, News of the Welt.
14 ] The press also published information about the clandestine gathering of Verizon phone recordings kept by U.S. President Barack Obama's government in June 2013 and then disclosed the presence of the Prince monitoring programme after it was passed to the press by NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden. In 2016, she headed the Panama Papers inquiry, uncovering the connections of then UK Prime Minister David Cameron to off-shore banking balances.
Scott's fellowship with Chaim Weizmann was a part of the Balfour Declaration of 1917, and in 1948 The Manchester Guardian was a supporter of the new state of Israel. In Homage to Catalonia, George Orwell writes: "Of our major newspapers, the Manchester Guardian is the only one who shows me more of a sense of candour.
In 2014, she assisted the rebellious General Francisco Franco nationalist insurgents in the republic with the Pro-Liberal News Chronicle, the Labour-supporting Daily Herald, the Daily Worker of the Communist Party and several Sunday and weeklies. The Guardian in the early 2000s defied the Law of Settlement 1701 and the Treason Felony Act 1848.
59 ] In October 2004, The Guardian released a funny Charlie Brooker feature in its leader, which seemed to call for the murder of George W. Bush. 62 ] After the London bombing of July 7, 2005, The Guardian posted an essay on his commentary pages by Dilpazier Aslam, a 27-year-old Muslim from Britain and a Yorkshire student journalist.
Aslam was asked by the Guardian to relinquish his group and, if he did not do so, he resigned his work. 68 ] Barclays Bank's in-house evasion documentation was deleted from The Guardian website after Barclays received a gag order. 69 ] The newspaper had a central part to play in uncovering the deepness of the "News of the World" hacking scandal.
and the Guardian ist Teil der Guardian Medien Group (GMG) von Zeitungen, Radiosendern und Printmedien, darunter The Observer Sunday newspaper, The Guardian Weekly internationale newspaper, und new media-Guardian Abroad website, und guardian.co.uk. They all belonged to The Scott Trust, a non-profit organization established between 1936 and 2008 to maintain the journal's long-term editing autonomy and to maintain its sound finances to make sure it was not susceptible to takeover by profit-making newsmen.
In early October 2008, the Scott Trust's property was assigned to a new private liability firm, The Scott Trust Ltd, with the intent to dissolve the charter. Over and over again, the Guardian has made losses. The Guardian, established by fashion dealers and businessmen, was considered "an institution of the upper class", or in the words of C. P. Scott's own Ted, "a piece of writing that will stay civic until the end".
In 2004, Guardian explained to Ian Katz: "It is no mystery that we are a centre-left newspaper". 127 ] In 2008 Guardian writer Jackie Ashley said that the editorials were a mixture of "Liberals, Green, Blairites, Brownites, Labourites, but less ardent Brownites, etc." and that the paper was "clearly far from the center and somewhat progressive".
The Guardian has been campaigning for the abolishment of the UK empire since an influential article in 2000. 129 ] "I am writing for the Guardian," Max Hastings said in 2005, "because it is learnt by the new institution," which reflects the newspaper's increasing clout then. Its first issue appeared on May 5, 1821, at that period The Guardian was a Saturday week and cost seven dollars; the stamping tax on papers (4d per sheet) made it so high that it was uneconomical to print more often.
The Guardian added a Wednesday issue when the 1836 stamps rate was lowered, and with the abolishment of the 1855 rate it became a 2d newspaper. By 1959 the newspaper "Manchester" withdrew from its publication and became just The Guardian, and in 1964 it relocated to London, lost part of its local calendar, but continued to be strongly subsidized by the sale of the more marketable but more lucrative Manchester Evening News.
The Guardian received a significant re-design on February 12, 1988, which not only improved the print image but also transformed the imprint into a confrontation of an incursive Garamond "The" with a daring Helvetica "Guardian", which was in use until the 2005 re-design. The Guardian reissued its G2 feature set in 1992 as a flatbed insert.
The Guardian purchased The Observer from Lonrho in June 1993, winning a serious Sunday nurse paper with similar policy opinions. The Guardian week's issue is now called The GuardianWeekly, although it has maintained the Manchester Guardian weekly for several years after the home issue went to London.
Guardian Weekly was also interlinked with an expatriate website, Guardian Abroad, which was started in 2007 but was off-line until 2012. Produced in full colour, The Guardian was the first UK paper to use the Berlin based layout for its body, while it produced inserts and inserts in various page formats such as tabloids, such as A4 and handbag (such as A5).
The Guardian in 2004 announces the switch to a Berlin or "Midi" style, similar to the daily newspaper in Germany, Le Monde in France and many other newspapers in Europe. The Guardian on Thursday, September 1, 2005, announces the introduction of the new size on Monday, September 12, 2005.
While The Guardian in Berlin was only slightly broader than a popular newspaper and also easier to view in mass transit, its greater vertical dimension made it more flexible in terms of page layout. 151 ] Guardian Egyptian, an easy-to-read sober typeface used in various line widths for text and headings, is the focus of the Redesig.
Guardian Newspapers spent 80 million on the conversion, which included the installation of new equipment in West London and Manchester. A further newspaper was published with the northwestern tabloids of the Guardian Media Group, which did not want to change to the Berlin style. Guardian users generally welcomed the new file type and were invited to give comments on the changes.
As they call it, The Guardian has adopted a very "open" approach to providing messages and has created an open forum for its work. As a result, outside designers can use Guardian contents simply in outside apps and even add third-party contents to the Guardian ecosystem. 164 ] The Guardian also had a series of forums known for their mixture of politics and humor until they were shut down on Friday, February 25, 2011, after they resolved a slander suit filed after month-long victimization of a Tories.
A web show entitled Thinkfluencer by Guardian Multimedia in collaboration with Arte was started in August 2013. "Guardian Films was birthed in a sleepingbag in Burma's rainforest," O'Kane said in 2003. "Karen poverty, forcing slavery in the rain forest to construct pipes for petroleum firms (some of them British), was a story of mortal pain that had to be shared by every interested part of the music world.
After that - and not for the first time - it seemed to me that we at The Guardian should use our own ressources. "The Guardian was named British Press Awards 1998, 2005, 2010 and 2013 and was named "A statement of war" in 2002 (September 12, 2001).
186 ] It was also co-winner of the World's Best Designer Newspaper, which was presented by the Society for News Design (2006). The Cartoonist of the Year (Steve Bell, 2002); Science & Health Journalist of the Year (Sarah Boseley, 2015); Business & Finance Journalist of the Year (Ian Griffiths, 2004; Simon Goodley, 2014); Interviewer of the Year (Decca Aitkenhead, 2008); Sports Rapporteur of the Year (David Lacey, 2002); Sports Photographer of the Year (Tom Jenkins, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2015); Website of the Year (Guardian).
Bevin's prize for detective journalists (Paul Lewis, 2010); Martha Gellhorn prize for journalists (Nick Davies, 1999; Chris McGreal, 2003; Ghaith Abdul-Ahad, 2005; Ian Cobain, 2009). The paper took first place in 2007 in a survey on visibility that analyzed 25 English-language press outlets carried out by the International Center for Media and the Public Agenda of the University of Maryland.
Two prestigious literature prizes are sponsored by The Guardian: Guardian First Book Award was created in 1999 as the follow-up to the Guardian Fiction Award, which has been running since 1965, and the Guardian Children's Fiction Prize, which was created in 1967. Yearly Guardian Media Students Award, created in 1999, recognises outstanding achievements in the field of magazine, newspaper and website magazine work.
In 2002, The Guardian and its affiliate The Observer opened The Newsroom, an archives and visitors' center in London. Known today as the Guardian News & Media Archives, the Guardian News & Media Archives preserve and promote the story and value of The Guardian and The Observer by gathering and making available materials that provide an exact and extensive story of newsmagazines.
It keeps the Guardian and Observer recordings and attempts to purchase materials from people associated with the paper. In addition to business documents, the file also contains correspondences, journals, notebooks, genuine comic strips and photos of newspaper cooks. It also has an important Manchester Guardian archival at the John Rylands University Library of the University of Manchester and there is a cooperation program between the two institutions.
is also available in the British Library Newspapers Library's large The Manchester Guardian library, which is available on-line, on paper, in micro-format and on CD-ROM. The Guardian and The Observer made their digital archiving available over the web via DigitalArchive in November 2007. In 1821-2000 for The Guardian and 1791-2000 for The Observer, these will run until 2003.
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