Sixth edition of Quay News – produced by BA (Hons) Journalism students

Sixth edition of Quay News – produced by BA (Hons) Journalism students

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4pm Bulletin

4pm Bulletin

Presented by Beth Farrar (@b_farrar)
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4pm TV Bulletin with Annabel Dry

4pm TV Bulletin with Annabel Dry

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The Panama Papers

The Panama Papers

The news has been bombarding us with the massive scandal about the Panama Papers. Not only have we found celebrities hiding their wealth away from the tax man we’ve also seen politicians and their families getting involved. Already Iceland’s prime....
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Pistorius to be Charged with Murder

Pistorius to be Charged with Murder

OSCAR PISTORIUS, who was charged with manslaughter for the death of his girlfriend is now being charged with murder. The court has decided to overthrow the earlier verdict and Pistorius will have to appear in court soon to find out...
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UK students pay highest tuition fees

UK students pay highest tuition fees

ENGLAND has the highest average undergraduate tuition fees, according to a recent study. The average English student pays £6000 in annual tuition fees. The next highest is the US, paying approximately £5,300, followed by Japan at £3,300. The list was...
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Theresa May unveils UK Surveillance measures

Theresa May unveils UK Surveillance measures

HOME secretary, Theresa May has unveiled a new plan to keep tabs on the nation’s internet searches.  The bill, that went through the House of Commons, is being drafted in an attempt to detect terrorism and crime online, but critics have...
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Sugar Tax to tackle obesity

Sugar Tax to tackle obesity

A REVIEW published by Public Health England sets out a broad range of measures to reduce the public’s sugar consumption. This week politicians have been debating over whether a new tax for sugary items should be introduced in the UK,...
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