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‘Pippa was PHWOAR and the bridesmaids were AWWW and the Queen was such a cutie in yellow.’
Our Young Blogger Louise Jones writes about the highs and lows of going to the Mall for the Royal Wedding.
I’m off to The Wedding!
Our Young Blogger, Louise Jones, looks forward to grabbing her spot on the Mall to see the procession - and especially Prince Harry - on Royal Wedding Day.
Well that was FUN
When I thought about half term a few weeks ago, being at Channel 4 News, in the papers, on the TV and on the radio didn't particularly spring to mind and appear on my agenda, and I can safely say that this week has been the most mental week of my life.
Do you speak ‘propa’?
After the pronunciation feature on C4 News last night, I was thinking about how I pronounce my words. Aitch; mischeeveous; sez; controVERsy; garridge; harassment; scone (not scon); shedule. That's wot eyev orways sed.
On site and on screen at Channel 4 News
Guess where I am? Channel 4 News. Sitting at my own desk writing my own blog. 'MAZING. I've met lovely Krishnan and just recorded a news bulletin. The actual lunchtime news bulletin that Krishnan just did.
Willetts responds to Young Blogger’s uni fees plea
Universities Minister David Willetts has responded to Louise Jones' blog on the government's changes to university tutition fees. Mr Willetts says while "it's perfectly natural" for students to be anxious, the fees will only be "linked to what graduates can afford".
Twitter v Facebook
Do you know the first thing I think of in the morning? Twitter. The first thing I think of when I get home from school? Laptop. The first thing I think of when it’s someone’s birthday? Facebook. The internet has taken over my life.
University fees: Give us a chance, Mr Cameron
Louise looks at plans to raise university tuition fees and delivers a plea to the Prime Minister on behalf of young people like her.
I only went and bloody won it!
Louise Jones reports on her first day as the Channel 4 News Young Blogger of the Year. Innit.