Monthly Archives: September 2012

Is there any point to life?

The way in which this question is phrased already appears sceptical that there is any point to life at all.  Indeed, there is no certain point to life as in reality no one person is heading towards the exact same … Continue reading

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How do I know that everything I’m seeing isn’t a lie?

Many people argue over how the world was created, who created it, why and, for what purpose. In reality nobody really has the answer. One of my favorite films of all time is ‘The Truman Show’ directed by Peter Weir. … Continue reading

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McNae’s essential law for journalists – Chapter 1

The UK as a ‘free press’ society: As a democratic society the censorship that represses the freedom of expression in some other nations, (such as China which operates under an authoritarian regime), does not affect journalists here in the UK. … Continue reading

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An overview of the main aspects of Media Law that impact on journalists

Now, more than ever, journalists are expected to meet appropriate ethical and regulatory standards – whether they are those put forward by the government, public broadcasters such as the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), or by independent regulators and competition authorities … Continue reading

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Hi I’m Bracken…

Hi I’m Bracken and this is my first post, lots more to come!

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Hello world!

Welcome to WordPress.com! This is your very first post. Click the Edit link to modify or delete it, or start a new post. If you like, use this post to tell readers why you started this blog and what you … Continue reading

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