“What I learned on my own I still remember”

– Nassim Nicholas Taleb


Media Coverage of Climate Change

Media coverage of climate change has been a significant factor in shaping public perceptions and attitudes toward the issue. Thirty years ago, climate change theories began making headlines – this project explores more recent years in British media and examines if both varied political stances and scientific research have been represented appropriately. This issue will be studied focussing mainly on journalistic coverage of politics and human induced climate change science from January 2018 up until January 2019.

Law & Ethics Reporting Sexual Offence

The purpose of this essay is to raise issues in relation to the media coverage of accused sexual offences in the UK and the on-going debate around defendant anonymity.

To fully understand this topic, knowledge of appropriate law is required “If you are accused of committing a sexual offence in the UK, the consequences can be severe and long term. In contravention of The Sexual Offences Act 2003, sexual offences under UK law are extensive and complex and include; sexual abuse, rape, indecent assault, indecent image charges, and historic sexual offences.