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Why 80 per cent of young people in this Macedonian town have turned to posting ‘fake news’

7 September 2019

9:00 AM

7 September 2019

9:00 AM

It’s such a relief to turn on the radio and hear the voice of Neil MacGregor. That reasoned authority, his deep knowledge of history and how things have come to be as they are, his measured common sense and ability to see round an argument or story. He’s like the voice of how things used to be, when the world was not so topsy-turvy and the news reports made sense.

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