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Scotland, Mitchell and Tasers

for the week ending Sun 21 October 2012
  • Scotland's independence referendum covered most
  • Andrew Mitchell resignation covered lots
  • Blind man Tasered covered little

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Covered Lots

Covered Little

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

Celebrity vs Serious

Eurozone leaders (top ten by number of articles)

Who wrote a lot about... Angela Merkel

Long form journalism

Journalists who have updated their profile

Stephen Foley is the markets correspondent at the Financial Times. He attended Queens' College, Cambridge and after a two year stay at Jersey Evening Post he joined The Independent as investment column editor and business reporter. Between 2006 and 2012 he worked as associate business editor and US business correspondent at the same publication, and during that time won the 2009 British Press Awards as Business & Finance Journalist of the Year. Follow him on Twitter @stephenfoley

Ian Fraser is a freelance journalist who has worked at publications including the Sunday Times, BBC News, the Financial Times, the Mail on Sunday, and The Independent. He graduated from University of St Andrews with an MA (Hons) in English Language and Literature in 1983. He deputy edited Director Magazine for two years before joining the Sunday Herald in 1999 where he stayed as financial editor for seven years. Follow him on Twitter @ian_fraser

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(posted by Dulcie Lee on Mon 22 October 2012)