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Leveson report, Mark Carney and Whooping cough

for the week ending Sun 2 December 2012
  • Leveson report covered most
  • New Bank of England governor covered lots
  • Whooping cough 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... Press regulation

Long form journalism

Journalists who have updated their profile

Chris Beanland is a freelance journalist who has written for publications including The Independent, The Daily Mail, The Daily Telegraph, City AM and Metro. He also writes satire at the Huffington Post and from 2004 to 2007 he served as arts editor at Metro Newspaper. He graduated from University of Leeds with a BA (Hons) in Politics and won the 2001 The Times Student Journalism Award for his work as an online writer. Follow him on Twitter @chrisbeanland

James Ashford is a freelance writer who has written for publications including The Independent, The Guardian, The Daily Express and The Shropshire Star. He has previously worked for Channel 5 as a researcher. Currently, he is studying for a BA in Philosophy at University of Sheffield where he will graduate in 2013. Follow him on Twitter @iamjamesashford

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(posted by Dulcie Lee on Tue 4 December 2012)