Andy Burnham

Darryl Morris Weekly – 23.10.20 – Equal Britain?

Sometimes, you have to work hard to find a topical hook for a story you want to do. Other times, they pile up like trucks at the Kent border. Two of the week’s biggest stories have blown open some of the social and economic gaps that still linger over modern Britain,

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By Darryl Morris

Darryl Morris Weekly – 17.10.20 – My Favourite Subject

A few years ago, a producer for a popular TV news network called me for an opinion on a story with the reasoning that – said in jest, I think – I ‘always seem happy to harp on about the north being hard done by’. It was a jovial dig

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By Darryl Morris

Darryl Morris Weekly – 09.10.20 – What Difference Will It Make?

I bled a radiator this week. Not that I want to pander to toxic gender stereotypes, but I bloody nailed it because I’m a bloody man. We had a problem with the boiler. It started making a disturbing rumbling noise on Monday. After several days of doing what men also

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By Darryl Morris