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Immersive journalism pushes the boundaries of conventional news telling. It combines text, audio, video, and graphics to recreate the sights, sounds, feelings and emotions that underpin stories. Such reports are a happy medium somewhere between reading a story and watching a documentary. They are visceral.
The Telegraph’s erection of a paywall around its website coupled with the news that The Sun will start charging for access later this year has resurfaced debates about the pros and cons of paying for news online.
Economists attack the migrant crackdown proposed in the Queen’s opening speech to Parliament.
I found and mapped 70 community-based organisations dedicated to assisting migrants old and new.
Vron Ware talks about her new book, which explores the peculiar role of military migrants who are lauded as heroes yet stigmatised as immigrants and foreigners.
Polls released today indicate that the expiration of work restrictions for the two newest members of the EU will have little impact on the numbers planning to migrate to the UK in 2014. Here I chart the ensuing debates as they unfold from Westminster Hall to Twitter and provide background information.
Immigration controls prevent the recruitment of skilled workers from outside the EU and stunt the UK’s economic growth according to the chief executive of an Old Street start-up.
THE welfare of children in the UK has improved in a number of areas in recent years – yet it lags behind that of most of its European neighbours, a new report from UNICEF suggests.