Jack of Kent is creating independent law and policy commentary
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The @davidallengreen Twitter account and the Jack of Kent blog provides independent and non-partisan commentary (and sometimes investigative journalism) on law and policy matters.

The @davidallengreen Twitter account and the Jack of Kent blog is currently providing commentary on the legal side of the UK's referendum on EU membership, including the Article 50 issue.

Previous legal commentary has included: the Simon Singh libel case (and the Defamation Act 2013), the "Twitterjoketrial", and the Julian Assange legal mythology.

Investigative journalism has included exposing the hack of "Nightjack" by a Times journalist and revealing the UK government's plan to assist Saudi prisons.

The @davidallengreen Twitter account and the Jack of Kent blog are written by David Allen Green, an award-winning law and policy commentator and journalist in London.
Tiers
Law, policy and media geeks
$5 or more per month
An occasional email briefing on law and policy matters, with links to posts and materials
For more geeky geeks
$10 or more per month
An occasional email briefing on law and policy matters, with links to posts and materials, with added content.
Goals
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Blogging and tweeting about law and policy takes time and resources.

This amount per month will allow me to free up sufficient time to provide detailed and reliable independent commentary on law and policy.

Detailed and reliable commentary requires a commitment of substantial time and effort in conducting research and investigations. This is in addition to the time composing clear and readable posts and tweets.
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The @davidallengreen Twitter account and the Jack of Kent blog provides independent and non-partisan commentary (and sometimes investigative journalism) on law and policy matters.

The @davidallengreen Twitter account and the Jack of Kent blog is currently providing commentary on the legal side of the UK's referendum on EU membership, including the Article 50 issue.

Previous legal commentary has included: the Simon Singh libel case (and the Defamation Act 2013), the "Twitterjoketrial", and the Julian Assange legal mythology.

Investigative journalism has included exposing the hack of "Nightjack" by a Times journalist and revealing the UK government's plan to assist Saudi prisons.

The @davidallengreen Twitter account and the Jack of Kent blog are written by David Allen Green, an award-winning law and policy commentator and journalist in London.

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Tiers
Law, policy and media geeks
$5 or more per month
An occasional email briefing on law and policy matters, with links to posts and materials
For more geeky geeks
$10 or more per month
An occasional email briefing on law and policy matters, with links to posts and materials, with added content.