By JACK BLANCHARD PRESENTED BY BP Send tips here | Subscribe for free | View in your browser Good Friday morning. Happy anniversary: A year ago today, the New York Times published its landmark investigation into media mogul Harvey Weinstein. It was swiftly followed by similar report in the New Yorker, unleashing a cultural tidal wave under the #MeToo banner that swept away the careers of many powerful men, toppling Cabinet ministers and exposing the seedy underbelly of life in the City. It’s a reminder that journalism can help change the world. But how much? One year later, the president of the United States is publicly mocking a woman for accusing his Supreme Court pick of sexual assault, and Judge Brett Kavanaugh looks certain to be handed his lifetime seat this weekend. **A message from BP: Our U.K. employees volunteered more than 45,000 hours and enabled £3.2 million of contributions to community organizations during 2017. Flip through our Economic Impact Report to see all the ways BP contributes to the U.K.** DRIVING THE DAY NOT MUCH: Westminster is officially in the dead zone today, with an exhausting conference season finally over for England’s three main parties and parliament still in recess… Read full this story
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