Wednesday, November 26, 2014

More scoopy-do

Some more recent exclusives from BBC News...

"In an exclusive series of diary instalments, residents describe what life is like in Mosul since IS took over. The diarists' names have been changed to protect their identities."  Brave, but were they really turning down other offers ?

"In an exclusive interview, UKIP leader Nigel Farage told the BBC's Nick Robinson that the number of seats UKIP could win in next year's general elections has 'probably doubled' ".  It's a nightmare trying to get that man in front of a BBC News microphone.

"Fuse ODG [Off Da Ground - Ed]says he pulled out of recording the Band Aid 30 charity single because he feels it's a quick fix to a bigger problem. In an exclusive interview the rapper told Newsbeat: "... I feel like in the long term it's quite detrimental to the continent." 18th November, the day after Mr Fuse tweeted the same sentiments, picked up by The Voice.

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