Here is an excellent viewing choice to help you get through the quarantine.
Emily Maitlis held no punches in tearing down the euphemistic language around this pandemic's impact on the disadvantaged versus the privileged few.
An ad agency tried to save a language after reading a seemingly credible story in a major newspaper. There was just one problem.
Labor MP Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi tells Boris Johnson to apologize for "derogatory and racist remarks" comparing Muslim women who wear a hijab to "bank robbers and letterboxes."
"A party putting itself first before the country it is trying to govern," the Belfast teen said of the Conservatives and the Brexit fiasco embroiling the UK.
Brownshirts, anyone? "F*ck the media!" the man yelled, as he was led away.
After all, they're the enemy of the people!
How long before a Trump supporter kills a member of the press?
After Trump was named as an unindicted co-conspirator to campaign finance law violations by his former attorney, a BBC reporter asked John Bolton a very uncomfortable question.
Sean Spicer got hit with a tidal wave of truth from BBC's Emily Maitlis over his role in promoting Trump's lies from his very first day as the WH press secretary
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