Leveson Inquiry, Tahrir Square and England RFU

for the week ending Sun 27 November 2011
  • The first wave of witnesses to give evidence to the Leveson Inquiry dominated this week's news
  • Violent protests in Tahrir Square, and the England rugby team scandal, covered lots
  • Carina Trimingham lobbying row, Basra bombs and Welsh budget resolution covered little

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Covered lots

Covered little

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

Celebrity vs. serious

Arab spring (countries & current leaders)

Who wrote a lot about... clashes between the Government and Unions over planned public sector pensions strikes

Long form journalism

Journalists who have updated their profile

  • Jack Oughton is a photographer at KKVA Fine Art Photography and Portraiture and works freelance for The Independent, the International Astronomical Union, FHM and Empire magazines, along with a number of companies. He was previously a writer intern for Catch 22 Magazine after completing a Higher National Diploma in Astronomy and Science at the University of Glamorgan. He has written several books: 'Glamorgan University Observational Diary', 'A Layman's Guide To Nuclear Fusion' and 'The Speech Of The Chimera', all in 2010. Follow Jack on Twitter @koukouvaya

  • Jane Symons is a freelance health writer, media consultant and facilitator whose work has been published in publications including the Daily Express, Daily Mail, The Sun, The Times, the Telegraph and Sunday Express, as well as various women's magazines. She has previously been editor of Sun Health at The Sun, health editor of Woman's Own, and chief sub editor for the Telegraph Magazine. In addition, she has written two books: 'Pregnancy: The Best for You and Your Baby' in 1999 and 'How to Have a Baby and Still Live in the Real World' in 2003. Follow Jane on Twitter @janesymons1

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(posted by Joseph O'Leary on Tue 29 November 2011)