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How coverage of Ukraine highlights Western racism towards war in the Middle East

Article first submitted on the 12th March Like many of you, my news feed is saturated with news from Ukraine. Visceral images of Molotov cocktails, families huddling in bomb shelters, and rallying cries from across the globe. In an age of constant streams of visual media, even going on my daily Instagram scroll has left […]

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The fallout of the ‘Sussex sit-down’ with Oprah shows limited progress since Princess Diana

The marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle was hailed as a turning point for the British monarchy. Their wedding was lauded as a symbol of Britain’s multiculturalism that might drag the Royal Family kicking and screaming into the twenty-first century. Less than three years on following their dramatic exit from “the firm”, the Sussex’s […]

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Victoria Derbyshire and the future of television media

The BAFTA-winning Victoria Derbyshire Show is to be axed by the BBC due to spending cuts.  Praised for being progressive and female-led, the show has become a nation favourite for younger generations, who have become more withdrawn in attaining headline news from traditional media outlets. In 2018, the BBC faced criticism for grossly underpaying their […]