Top Picks of the Week (Independent Media)

Time for your weekly dose of independent media! Below you will find the top 3 pieces of work from our partners for this week, including our most interesting read of the week.

Just as a thank you for taking the time out to read our blog, we have also included our top media-related story of the week.

Our first pick of the week, and also the most interesting read of the week is 'HOME OFFICE SET TO ADVERTISE £385 MILLION PRIVATE BORDER SECURITY CONTRACTS' by Corporate Watch. Click here for the full article

Next up we have, 'How stop and search will be entrenched by the Police and Crime Bill' by The Bristol Cable. Click here for the full article.

Last but not least, 'FBU criticises government over building safety' Union News. Click here for the full piece.

Our top media-related story of the week:

‘The Toughest Regulator in the World?’ IPSO Stares Failure in the Face

By Byline Times

What’s your favourite story of the week? Make sure to let us know, and let’s keep supporting independent media!

Find out more about our partner’s work by heading to our site.

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