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  • Britons want to tackle the London news bubble
  • Britons want to tackle the London news bubble
    Ono Kosuki (2020) ©
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Britons want to tackle the London news bubble

The ‘London Bubble’ has long been an issue in the UK, whereby people outside the capital feel ignored by the government, news organisations, and brands. With COVID-19 having deepened the divide between North and South, there's a need to rethink how to better cater to regional audiences.

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