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Where are you getting your news/information from?

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Whitefeather01 Thu 30-Apr-20 11:21:47

I know some don't trust the BBC or Sky news.

I admit that I'm a shameful Daily Mail (online) reader. But take a barrel of salt with whatever I read. Other than that I only really watch the headlines on BBC and get a lot of info from news posts on Fb hmm

Where do you read or watch?

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Ethelfleda Thu 30-Apr-20 11:28:12

BBC for government updates
BMJ for scientific data

I think it’s prudent to get your news from a range of sources though, and learn to think critically!
Check sources, who actually said what, what language do they use, what studies do they cite, if any?

Also, I found this website:

But ironically, haven’t had chance to check it’s authenticity smile

Ethelfleda Thu 30-Apr-20 11:28:54

By language - I mean sensationalised or not.. not English or not

NoLongerAnEasyTarget Thu 30-Apr-20 11:34:49

Sky News Australia, completely different tone to other news channels.
Sam Vaknin on you tube
UK Column News on you tube.
I dont trust the mainstream TV news at all.

owlstwooting Thu 30-Apr-20 11:46:52

WHO although I think they are a bit slow to confirm things, I guess trying to be overly cautious.

BBC don't completely trust but concise.

Sky News

Dr John Campbell

The Worried About and Analysis threads on here

The Guardian

The Independent

TiddyTid Thu 30-Apr-20 18:14:21


PuzzledObserver Thu 30-Apr-20 18:16:13

Dr John Campbell

EC22 Thu 30-Apr-20 18:16:24

I follow a number of people on there.
Chris Giles of the Financial Times had good (but shocking) data.

BahHumbygge Thu 30-Apr-20 18:21:39


John Campbell
Mike Hanson
Peak Prosperity

“Worried about” thread on here

Sparklingbrook Thu 30-Apr-20 18:22:08

BBC News.
Dr John Campbell

Definitely not threads on MN. grin

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