As Radio 1 premieres its rejigged morning line-up, Callum Jones sympathises with the challenges of broadcasting at breakfast.
Callum Jones ponders the governmental achievements of the Liberal Democrats, as he heads to their party conference in Brighton.
Callum Jones talks to the Labour MP for Copeland about the Department for Health’s new incumbents, class, the looming Corby by-election and that fateful night in Bradford.
After a seven-week break, MPs arrived back in Westminster this morning –a whole fortnight before the next recess. With the imminently-expected cabinet reshuffle, all eyes will be on the political big shots over the next week. But this isn’t the only thing on the Conservative Party agenda.
Ever since Greening entered the cabinet late last year after the exit of Liam Fox, she’s been putting out fires left, right and centre. She was handed responsibility over one of the most divisive topics within the Conservative Party, and has frequently locked horns with it on the front pages ever since. No, not Europe, immigration or the NHS – transport.
This month, the eyes of the world are on Great Britain. Our organisation and preparation skills will be examined by eager tourists, as will British society in general.
Just under a year ago, I faced a pretty monumental decision. At the age of seventeen, I had to weigh up two contrasting options for my future. In September 2012, I could have chosen to remain within the stable borders of the conventional education system, but stack up a minimum £27,000 of debt. My alternative was to enter the world of work and search for a modest income, whilst youth unemployment soars.
Six years ago, the BBC ran an extensive campaign to promote its brand. Unlike those of other broadcasters, the budget of this project wasn’t blown on paying C-list celebrities to stand in front of a camera and beg viewers to watch programmes.
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