Top of the posts: Facebook crackdowns, the Labour Conference and Solange Knowles
After all the hype surrounding the launch of the latest iPhone last month, Alex Masters gave a rundown of HTC’s new phone the One X+. He looked at how HTC has bettered its flagship phone and the new features it now offers.
This week the Labour Party’s conference was in full force in Manchester, with Ed Miliband delivering a personal speech that seemed to have Twitter enthralled. However, John Rentoul was less impressed by Miliband’s words and shares his thoughts.
It is estimated that in the UK around 250,000 people are affected by Chronic Fatigue Syndrome to varying degrees. According to a report last month from charity Action for M.E., more than one third of Primary Care Trusts do not commission specialist services for M.E patients or cannot confirm they do. M.E. sufferer Nicola Cousins gives a candid account of living with the condition.
In the world of music Beyonce’s younger sister Solange Knowles released the video for her new song Losing You. Can she finally step out of the shadow of her older sister and become a star in her own right? Alison Awoyera takes a look at Solange’s musical career to date and explains how musically she is nothing like her bootylicious sibling.
Here are the most read blogs from the past week, as determined by stats:
1. Facebook cracks down on fake accounts and false likes by Alex Masters
2. Review of Doctor Who ‘The Angels take Manhattan’ by Neela Debnath
3. HTC Unveils the One X+, breathing new life into their flagship Android phone by Alex Masters
4. The alternative appeal of Solange Knowles by Alison Awoyera
9. “Even worse than I thought it would be” by John Rentoul
10. Why poor people are more likely to suffer from floods by Alex Johnson
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