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News priorities: Why is the US not for us?
by Simon Enright
It is still more than ten months until the US presidential election. But for some of us the obsession began last year. It is like being a fan of a reality TV show. One that is all too real. We've...


As the devolution debate unfolds, read this guide to how the UK nations have developed distinctive policies.
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Should journalists want Google to get personal?
by Charles Miller
The launch of the social network Google+ last year was only the company's first step against the unstoppable growth of Facebook. This week Google announced...

Why I left Facebook
by Matthew Eltringham
In a guest blog post, Graham Cluley, senior technology consultant at Sophos, explains why he walked away from the social networking site: A few weeks...

Happy birthday to us
by Jonathan Baker
Reporting the Royals
As the Queen prepares to celebrate her Diamond Jubilee in 2012, BBC correspondent Peter Hunt and Buckingham Palace press officer Ed Perkins offer tips and advice on how to report the Royal Family.
There's also a quiz to test your knowledge of the British Monarchy.

Reporting Race
"Six out of ten" - what two commentators scored the BBC for its reporting of race.
With a plethora of race-related stories in the news of late, Mark Easton debated the issues with Guardian columnist Hugh Muir and Max Wind-Cowie, head of the Progressive Conservatism Project at Demos. Both agreed that the BBC's grasp of race-related issues lacks sophistication.

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