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PROMOTIONAL ACTIVITY
The race to replace James Harding as the BBC’s head of news has thrown up some surprising applicants.

LOCAL HERO
As chancellor, George Osborne urged the BBC to support local news organisations. Now his own paper is benefiting from the policy change.

DODGY BARNETT
Jeremy Paxman named Emma Barnett as his favourite political interrogator – and the admiration is mutual. In other news, the two happen to share an agent.

MUSEUM NEWS
Royal Museums Group Greenwich “strives to be a good employer”, but its underpaid staff have a rather different opinion.

PLUS: Anti-Social Media, Ad Nauseam, Dumb Britain, Desperate Business, Malgorithms & more.

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We do Christmas – Dung Beetle Learning Guide… NHS promise on Vote Leave bus to be fulfilled… Brexit deal opens door to Britain joining EU… The Daily Mail rejoices in royal wedding… Trump declares Moscow capital of the United States… Maduro slams Corbyn… The Christine Keeler I knew, by A. Chair… Social media threatens Nurseryland children… Meghan Markle’s diary, as told to Craig Brown

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- Meghan Markleballs: Fleet Street’s search for royal scoops
- False profits: Is the C of E giving up the Christmas fight?
- Presumed innocent: Changing police guidance in child abuse cases

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