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Former President Barack Obama this week referred to social media-fuelled misinformation as “the single biggest threat to our democracy”. This, alongside countless other examples of the breakneck speed with which falsities travel around our world, begs the question: how did we get…

The avenues through which we, particularly young people, receive our news and keep up with current affairs are changing and evolving. Mostly, they are becoming increasingly digitised, fast and varied. A recent Ofcom poll showed that just 35% of young people read…

Extinction Rebellion’s (XR) latest escapade in blocking Rupert Murdoch owned print sites, responsible for the distribution of major newspapers including The Sun, The Telegraph, The Daily Mail, and The London Evening Standard, is yet another example that illustrates how counterproductive…

It almost seems trendy to dislike the BBC nowadays. At times, I feel as though I am the only one left in the country who still loves it and believes that society in the UK would be worse off without…