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Lord McAlpine, Gaza violence and Congo rebels

for the week ending Sun 18 November 2012
  • Lord McAlpine sues covered most
  • Gaza violence covered lots
  • DR Congo rebel attack case covered little

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Journalists who have updated their profile

Jane Symons is a freelance health writer who has been published in newspapers including The Daily Express, Daily Mail, The Sun, and The Times. In 1991 she became chief sub editor for the Telegraph Magazine where she stayed for six years. From 2004 until 2009 she served as the editor of Sun Health at The Sun. She has also written two books on having children. Follow her on Twitter @janesymons1

Emma Cooke is a journalist who works at Positive Luxury and as women's fashion editor at L'Insolent. She has previously worked for The York Press as an arts critic and at PA Life as an assistant editor. She is currently studying an MA in Cultural and Creative Industries at King's College London after graduating from the University of York with a BA in English Literature. Follow her on Twitter @lipstickedlou

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(posted by Dulcie Lee on Tue 20 November 2012)