Hear! Hear! has launched a brand new website, dedicated to bringing ‘REAL news to REAL people’ across Great Britain and the rest of the word.
The Hear! Hear! website will bring an unbiased look at the news from across Great Britain and the rest or the world.
Our articles will come from a wide range of writers from all backgrounds, beliefs and cultures.
Today’s current media is run by a handful of privileged elites, this needs to change. The huge swing in people’s reading habits have opened up a huge opportunity to revolutionise British media.
BUT we can not play our part in this Great British shake up unless YOU help us. Whether you can help financially , contributing to content or simply reading and sharing our articles amongst your family, friends & work colleagues. So when you see an article that you agree with make sure you give it a Hear! Hear! (Share & like across your social media).
For those unfamiliar with term Hear, Hear please see below Wikipidia’s definition
“Hear, hear is an expression used as a short, repeated form of hear him. It represents a listener’s agreement with the point being made by a speaker.
It was originally an imperative for directing attention to speakers, and has since been used, according to the Oxford English Dictionary, as “the regular form of cheering in the House of Commons”, with many purposes, depending on the intonation of its user. Its use in Parliament is linked to the fact that applause is normally (though not always) forbidden in the chambers of the House of Commons and House of Lords.”
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