Journalists should report the truth, not lies

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Famed journalist and Sheffield University professor Jonathan Foster once said, “If someone says it’s raining, and another person says it’s dry, it’s not your job to quote them both. Your job is to look out the f*******g window and find out which is true.” It’s a powerful statement, especially in the times that we live in today.

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Edward has written hundreds of acclaimed true crime articles and has won numerous awards for his short stories.

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Edward has written hundreds of acclaimed true crime articles and has won numerous awards for his short stories.

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