Raheem Kassam

Raheem Kassam

Raheem Kassam is a London-based writer and managing editor of BreitbartLondon.com. Kassam is the Larry and Brian Grodman Writing Fellow for the Middle East Forum, and an Associate Fellow at the Henry Jackson Society.

Twitter: @RaheemJKassam

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44 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Read the Huffington Post

All the aspiring journalists I know have been thankful for the fact that the Huffington Post will basically publish anything. I know I was. But one article from yesterday by a man called 'Yousef Dar' who calls himself a 'Community Activist' takes this to new depths Jun 13, 2014 4:22 AM PT

Newark Tells Us Nothing About Anything, So Let's All Just Shut Up

Everyone is an expert on elections nowadays, myself included. With the proliferation of online media and blogs, we've all got a lot more time for our own opinions – which are of course all absolutely on the nose, factually accurate, and in no way wrong about anything, ever Jun 6, 2014 4:20 AM PT

Black Cabs Uber Alles: Only The Consumer Loses if the High Court Rules Against Cab Firm

Last night my Uber driver said to me, "These black cabs don't know what they're doing. The only person to win in this high court battle will be Uber!" "How's that?" I asked, genuinely interested in the latest London-based incident of unions and vested interests throwing their toys out of the pram as technological developments and capitalism empowers the consumer. Jun 3, 2014 3:13 AM PT

What a Eurosceptic Wants: The Policy Preferences of CyberKippers

UKIP is a racist party. UKIP is a single issue, protest party which is both a 'one man band' and coalition of fruitcakes and loonies. It is a party of disillusioned Tories. Of non-voters. Of working class types – we've heard it all. But what do online UKIP supporters really want? Jun 2, 2014 4:58 AM PT

'Of Mice and Men' is Tedious, says Prof Who Claims He was Behind Gove's 'Book Ban'

The professor behind the idea that British students should read older works of English literature has today taken "blame" for the imbroglio that Education Secretary Michael Gove found himself in earlier this week, and has made no apology for his negative thoughts about American author John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men May 30, 2014 4:09 AM PT

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