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Stroll with Nicole

Press power and infobesity

(3 minute read) Nicole Law calls for readers to adopt a healthier diet of news and opinion.

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Art & CultureHistorySocial Issues

Faking the past: when debunking becomes distorting

(5 minute read) An exhibition about the Emperor Nero made Lisa Fraser ask how we should deal with history’s ‘fake news’.  

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Social Issues

The news will make you dumb

(6 minute read) Allen Mendenhall suggests a novel approach to staying informed, consuming news and understanding current affairs.

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Art & CultureLatest

The changing shape of journalism

(7 minute read) Maddy Fry analyses big changes in the UK media landscape, and asks where journalism goes from here.

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LifestyleSocial IssuesThought-provoking

Escaping the echo chamber

(7 minute read)
Hajra Rehman says it’s time to be brave enough to listen to those who think differently to ourselves.

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Social Issues

Facebook, facts and fake news

(4 minute read)
There is an alarming spread of false information on social media, says Monica Amendola. But what to do about it is the big question …

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Editorial

Editorial: All change, please!

(5 minute read)
Words can be like old friends. You don’t come across them for years and then they pop up, return to prominence and become once more part of your everyday life.

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COVID-19Thought-provoking

Is a new form of journalism possible in the internet age?

(6 minute read)
Thanks to the internet anyone can be a journalist. But has this really contributed to truth and social cohesion? Ronnie Convery learns from a master communicator that there is a better way forward.

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