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  • Many Britons are avoiding news due to Brexit burnout
  • Many Britons are avoiding news due to Brexit burnout
    Jay Clark (2018) ©
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Many Britons are avoiding news due to Brexit burnout

Research from the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism has found that a third of Britons are actively ignoring the news, partly due to being fed up with Brexit coverage. To tackle this fatigue and lack of trust in the media, some outlets are focusing on more positive journalism.

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