THIRD YEAR UNIVERSITY ASSIGNMENT – GRADED 1ST CLASS (72%) Was the BBC biased in its coverage of the Scottish independence referendum? A critical interrogation into impartiality within the BBC In the build-up to 2014’s Scottish independence referendum, the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) was accused of being biased in its’ reportage of the event. Advertisements
SECOND YEAR UNIVERSITY ASSIGNMENT A bill that would revolutionise football clubs’ finances, and their presentation to the public, is due for its second reading in Parliament next week.
Bouncers are hired as a deterrent against alcohol-induced chaos in nightclubs. But do they provoke more trouble than they prevent?
Here is the most recent piece of work I have had marked by the university (another Brentford article…). It was given 69% – a 2:1 – which I am pretty pleased with considering I wasn’t wholly happy about it and it takes quite a long time to get to the point of the article. Anyway, hopefully posting two pieces… Read More The Sports Science Revolution
A plane crash threatened to put an end to Mark Devlin’s career in professional football, now he is overseeing a revolution at promotion-chasing side, Brentford.
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt this week quashed rumours that Britain will adopt entitlement cards in a bid to halt abuse of the National Health Service.
I just got my highest uni grade of the year with this news story, which I’m so happy about! Thought I’d share it on here to let everyone have a look 🙂 Bear in mind that it was written 2 months ago.. A controversial bill to raise the minimum age of criminal responsibility (MACR) in… Read More Criminal Age Bill to be re-introduced by Lord Dholakia + Background Box
When I first joined university, I was adamant that I was going to become a sports journalist. However, in the last six months I have decided that I want to explore other ‘avenues’ as a result of a module focusing on basic politics. Below is a profile of Surrey County Councillor Bill Barker which I… Read More Interview with Bill Barker
Simon Moore owes a lot to his idol. Growing up on the Isle of Wight in the 90s, Moore used to religiously watch his father’s team, Brading Town and particularly goalkeeper Steve Lawton. “I just wanted to be like him. He’s probably the reason I ended up being a goalkeeper.”