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Heroes and villains of 2023: Xi Jinping or Boris Johnson?

At the end of 2023, it’s worth taking a look at how heroes and villains have been shaped by media narratives this year.

Most of us by now recognise Boris Johnson’s role as the Horsemen of the Apocalypse rolled into one overfed scary clown.

Far more column inches have been blaring at us about Xi Jinping’s imagined failings than the effects of Brexit and the Covid pandemic which is still with us.

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PARTYGATE: another day, another diversion from 176,000 Covid deaths in the UK

Anna Chen – 20 January 2022 Partygate UK frogs still being boiled slowly as the government declares Covid-19 to beendemic and ends restrictions. System failed but mission accomplished So was it negligent homicide, homicidal negligence or mass murder? No, it’sworse: Partygate. Attending parties during lockdown. It may have been illegal under their own rules, selfish

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