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Savile investigation, Coalition review and MP pay rise

for the week ending Sun 13 January 2013
  • Joint Savile abuse report covered most
  • Coalition mid-term review covered lots
  • MPs call for 32% pay rise covered little

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Political ups and downs (top ten by number of articles)

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Long form journalism

Journalists who have updated their profile

Tor Ince is a student writer for The National Student. She also works as food and drink editor at Liverpool Student Media and blogs under Wayward Girl. She is currently studying for a BA in Philosophy at the University of Liverpool where she will graduate next year. Follow her on Twitter here

David Newbury is a writer and primarily a music critic and correspondent. He has written for The Independent, Le Cool and DIY as a music and arts freelancer and is currently a sports reporter at Sports Direct News. In 2001 he graduated from University of Leicester with a BA Hons in Geography and in 2011 he studied for his NCTJ in newspaper journalism at Lambeth College. He has experience with Northern Echo, Leicester Mercury, Guardian and Scotland On Sunday. Follow him on Twitter here

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(posted by Dulcie Lee on Tue 15 January 2013)