Deborah Haynes

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(journalist, propagandist, deep state functionary)
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At RUSI
BornGreat Britain
NationalityUK
Alma materUniversity of Cardiff
Member ofIntegrity Initiative/Cluster/UK/Journalists
InterestsRussiagate
UK deep state functionary exposed as by the Integrity Initiative Leak as a member of their cluster of UK journalists.

Deborah Haynes is a journalist and a UK Deep state functionary. She is the Security and Defence Editor at Sky News.[1]

Background

Haynes graduated from the University of Cardiff in 1999 with a degree in law and Japanese.[2]

Activities

On 11 July 2016 Haynes was scheduled to go to the Institute for Statecraft to meet Ukrainian Reserve Officers.[3]

Awards

She was awarded with an honorary degree from the University of Salford in Manchester in 2011.[4]

Exposure

Deborah Haynes was exposed by the Integrity Initiative Leak as a member of their cluster of UK journalists. She did not respond to an email asking whether she had heard of or was involved with the Integrity Initiative.[5]


 

A Document by Deborah Haynes

TitleDocument typePublication dateSubject(s)Description
Document:Pro-Kremlin trolls infiltrating comments on news sites for major influence operation, research saysWikispooks Page6 September 2021Russiagate
US/2016 Presidential election
Cardiff University
Dominic Raab
"Misinformation"
Troll
The Times
Daily Mail
Fox News
Vladimir Putin
Censorship
Social media
Daily Express
The Washington Post
Le Figaro
Der Spiegel
La Stampa
Crimea
Ukraine
2014 Ukraine coup
Official narrative
A study at Cardiff University shows that "Pro-Kremlin trolls" are influencing opinion in the West by infiltrating the comments sections of news websites. Dissent from the Official Narrative? Must be Russian disinformation.

 

Related Quotation

PageQuoteAuthorDate
Sky“A study by Declassified, covering 203 articles written by Deborah Haynes, Alistair Bunkall and Dominic Waghorn, has found that Sky routinely amplifies the views of the UK government in its military and foreign policies and provides almost no serious attempts to independently scrutinise or criticise them... Two of the reporters, Haynes and Bunkall, offered no serious critical coverage of UK military or foreign policies or the human rights abuses committed, by offered no serious critical coverage of UK military or foreign policies or the human rights abuses committed by Britain’s close allies, such as Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Israel, which all receive substantial UK military and other support. Waghorn’s articles offered only very occasional critical coverage. In Sky’s written outputs, British government officials and their claims are routinely quoted favourably, with little or no independent commentary, context, or qualifications provided by the journalists.”Mark Curtis1 February 2021

 

Related Document

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:FCO Skripal twitter sample 24.3.18Twitter roundup24 March 18 JLChris HernonA Twitter roundup from II. The contents are fairly standard fare, but which users II chose to follow is very interesting, and some are "other users in our field".


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