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“I want my news chosen on the principle of which events have greatest impact upon me”

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In a series of articles, Josh Wells and Matthew Hill debate what constitutes news. By Josh Wells After reading Matthew Hill’s latest instalment to our debate on what constitutes news my immediate response was to walk away from my keyboard recognising defeat when I saw it. However, prior to doing this I decided to cast […]

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The story that has the most suffering should become the lead news item irrespective of geographical location

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In a series of articles, Josh Wells and Matthew Hill debate what constitutes news. By Matthew Hill Reading Josh Wells’ response to my article provoked me to rush to my keyboard. His response – which was entitled ‘A death toll is just a number; upsetting the status quo is what makes an event newsworthy’ – […]

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A death toll is just a number; upsetting the status quo is what makes an event newsworthy

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By Josh Wells In response to Matthew Hill’s article on the American centric nature of news. If news was truly concerned with importance then it would be devoted to covering absolute poverty, nuclear disarmament and the environmental crisis. However, we do not except nor do we desire our news to operate in such a manner, […]

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A solution to the unfair global distribution of pharmaceutical products

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By Josh Wells This article is a presentation of an alternative system to the global distribution of pharmaceutical products with the intention of being able to effectively meet the needs of the third world, which the current system fails to do. Before presenting the alternative system it is necessary to have an understanding of the […]

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Meet The Writers

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Click on the writers name to view their catalogue of work Simon Farnsworth: Editor of World News Today. Contact the editor on Linkedin. Naila Missous is currently studying at the University of Manchester. Naila covers the Middle East and Africa for WNT while also challenging commonly held views that Western culture hold over Muslims and Arab nations. Alex Jones is a freelance journalist […]

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PM wrong not to investigate Jeremy Hunt, says Labour

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By Josh Wells Calls for the Culture Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, to resign his ministerial office have been made by Labour politicians after Mr Hunt’s appearance in front of the Leveson Inquiry. Labour claim the Cabinet Minister broke ministerial code in his handling of News Corporation’s bid to take control of BskyB. The question then arises: who decides […]

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Djokovic beats Nadal in thrilling Australian Open final

By Josh Wells Novak Djokovic overcame Rafael Nadal in a thrilling five set match in the final of the Australian Open today. The battle was thrashed out for nearly six hours by two masters of the game. The game ebbed and flowed with the momentum shifting from one to another. The world number one and […]

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5 minute factfile on Brazil

In a series of articles Josh Wells looks in to the socio-political construction of one of the world’s newest super powers, Brazil.   Brazil. It’s a giant. And this giant is awakening and is quickly becoming one of the world’s biggest super powers. The samba nation recently over took the UK in CEBR’s economic league table  and now […]

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Ultimate review of 2011: December

By Naila Missous, Josh Wells, Dave Burridge, Vanessa Martinez, Cristian Meza, Matt Hill and Richard Smith     Cameron vetoes changes to EU treaty David Cameron took the bold move to veto the proposed treaty changes to the current EU system. The full consequences both in Europe and the UK are yet to be felt. Cameron’s decision created a lot […]

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Ultimate review of 2011: November

By Naila Missous, Josh Wells, Dave Burridge, Vanessa Martinez, Cristian Meza, Matt Hill and Richard Smith   Politics and the economy The Greek PM threatened to put forward the idea of a referendum to the Greek people over an EU bailout. Much turbulence was experienced during this month with the Greek and Italian PM’s resigning from office. Debt fears continued […]

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