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    What sort of things do you usually read about / watch in the news?
    What are your favourite sources? (be internet, tv, newspaper etc)
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    The Guardian is the best one in my opinion. I used to be a Telegraph guy, but the Guardian has been far more open with all the Wikileaks things, actually putting them on the front page for weeks rather than trying to draw attention away from them. Also they don't mind actually swearing in their articles sometimes, rather than censoring everything out.
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    Internet:
    - BBC News
    - The Times

    TV:
    - BBC News

    Newspapers:
    - The Times
    - Local Paper
    - The Economist

    Browse through everything
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    I only keep up with the news via BBC news website or occasionally BBC news channel
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    Phone - Guardian
    Internet - BBC or Guardian
    TV - BBC
    Newspaper - guardian weekly.
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    BBC news is practically my homepage.
    I go to the Guardian (online) for any wikileaks info/ alternate veiws which i suspect the BBC of not voicing.
    I buy The Times about once a fortnight, as it's a bloody good paper.

    Always make sure you have a good mix.
 
 
 
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