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Autumn statement, Starbucks tax and Nelson Mandela

for the week ending Sun 9 December 2012
  • Chancellor's autumn statement covered most
  • Starbucks' tax arrangements covered lots
  • Nelson Mandela in hospital covered little

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Journalists who have updated their profile

Paul Christian is a chief reporter at Welwyn Hafield Times and has previously worked as a freelancer at MailOnline, Epping Forest Guardian and Hertfordshire Mercury. From 2007 to 2010 he worked as a senior reporter at East Herts Herald and Hertford & Ware Scene. In 2011 his paper was shortlisted of the weekly paid for newspaper of the year at the EDF Energy Regional Media Awards. Follow him on Twitter here

Juliet Kinsman is a travel writer and editor of Mr & Mrs Smith. She has freelanced at publications including The Guardian, National Geographic Traveller and The Independent. She has written a series of books on the Mr & Mrs Smith Hotel Collection and in 2011 won the favourite travel website award at the Condé Nast Traveller Reader Awards. Follow her on Twitter here

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(posted by Dulcie Lee on Tue 11 December 2012)