LSBU Journalists

What is it like to report a fire?

What is it like to report a fire?

Watch the video below to see my experiences of reporting a fire next door I have also included the transcript of the video for those who would rather read my piece of work about reporting a fire. In addition, I have included the images that were used in the video. My first suspicions It was a bit past midnight on the 5th of April that I heard a fire alarm go off. I knew it wasn’t from my home so I...

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Threatening letters, satan-worship and Covid-19: how QAnon has made its way into the UK

As Brits tackle a third national lockdown, QAnon conspiracy theories, supported by right-wing extremists, have made their way into British homes, affecting the lives of many, regardless of ethnic background. A former QAnon member reveals how he was brainwashed online. According to several former and current members, the rapid spread in QAnon theories ranging from microchipped vaccines to Satan-wor...

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David Willetts: a father’s sacrifice to strive for success

David Willetts: a father’s sacrifice to strive for success

David Willetts shares his tale of strength and determination in becoming the Defence Editor for Britain’s top-selling newspaper, The Sun, whilst juggling the responsibilities of fatherhood. Sat across me in the cafeteria of News UK, Willetts drinks his white americano and begins reminiscing about his childhood. He grew up in a small market town in rural Northamptonshire called Raunds. Al...

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Trump’s denial has everlasting consequences

Trump’s denial has everlasting consequences

Former US President Donald Trump’s denial of the results of the 2020 US presidential election has led to multiple disastrous effects Trump’s denial and failure to accept that he lost and is no longer president has not only affected him personally, but the whole Republican Party, and perhaps the US. Under his leadership, Trumpism emerged focused on his cult of personality, anti-immigration, climate...

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Science Lovers Must Visit The Faraday Museum

Science Lovers Must Visit The Faraday Museum

One of London’s five best ‘unknown museums’ that highlights the achievements of British scientists The exterior of the Faraday Museum at the Royal Institution with its tall, white columns exudes an elegant aura, reflecting the impressive scientific achievements that took place in this very building. Located on the expensive Albemarle street, strewn with designer clothes and jewellery shops, Farada...

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TFL PRONE TO COLLAPSE AND BANKRUPTCY?

TFL PRONE TO COLLAPSE AND BANKRUPTCY?

Ever since a fall in passengers due to the pandemic, the London travel system has struggled to keep itself afloat without short-term support packages from the government. The most recent package was extended to this Friday whilst the government is in emergency negotiations. Without this extra funding, TfL could be prone to collapse and bankruptcy […] 00

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STORM EUNICE WREAKS HAVOC ON TRAVEL

STORM EUNICE WREAKS HAVOC ON TRAVEL

Well, we’ve had quite the weekend after Storm Eunice struck the UK shocking all. However, it did not end there – another storm dubbed Franklin came soon after [timestamp is from 5:00 to 7:12] 00

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What does Stephen Breyer and his retirement mean for Biden?

What does Stephen Breyer and his retirement mean for Biden?

Stephen Breyer’s retirement from the Supreme Court poses a new challenge for President Biden US Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer has retired at the age of 83, meaning President Biden can nominate his first justice in his presidency. Breyer’s retirement allows for the introduction of a new liberal justice. President Obama nominated the newest liberal Justice Kagan back in 2010. President ...

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What does Justice Stephen Breyer’s retirement mean for President Biden?

Stephen Breyer’s retirement from the Supreme Court poses a new challenge for President Biden US Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer has retired at the age of 83, meaning President Biden can nominate his first justice in his presidency. Breyer’s retirement allows for the introduction of a new liberal justice, with Justice Kagan being the newest liberal judge nominated by President Obama in 2...

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Is November too soon for Christmas decorations?

Westfield Mall already has Christmas decorations up in mid November Westfield Mall, as well as many other businesses and shops around London and the UK have  put up Christmas decorations in early or mid November leading to some people wondering whether it’s too soon. The Mirror did a survey of 1,000 people and found that on average British people put up their Christmas decorations 27 days bef...

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YOUNGSTERS TAKE THEIR FAITHFUL STEP

The parish churches was proud of the confirmation youth team, as they took their faithful step, participating in key roles in the church. On Sunday 21st November, at St. John Vianney catholic church, Clayhall, the confirmation youth team participated in major roles during the Holy mass. It was a very special day as it was the feast of Christ the King. These youth members from two parishes, St. Joh...

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UNHAPPY STUDENTS SLAMS QMUL ACCOMMODATION

Students out of London, who had hopes to study in QMUL are disappointed with the accommodation facilities Students from out of London, are disappointed with the accommodation facilities in QMUL. Instead of residing in the student accommodation, they decided to stay at a landlord’s house and pay rent. Students are astonished about the vast amount of complaints, stating that the rent is too ex...

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