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Bridie Pearson-Jones
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MA Interactive Journalism student at City, University of London. Southampton Politics and Economics grad, and former Wessex Scene editor. Student journalism fan-girl, news junkie and data nerd. 

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Need a distraction from A-theories? Here are eight binge-watching suggestions to keep you busy as we wait for the second half of Pretty Little Liars' final season.

8 shows to watch on Netflix to curb your Pretty Little Liars addiction

Need a distraction from A-theories? Here are eight binge-watching suggestions to keep you busy as we wait for the second half of Pretty Little Liars' final season.

Would you have sex on camera for £200?

This charity wants you to have safe sex on camera

Would you have sex on camera for £200?

The National Student Talks to Michael Sani, founder and CEO of Bite The Ballot

Fighting the politics of fear: one man's mission to get you engaged

The National Student Talks to Michael Sani, founder and CEO of Bite The Ballot

We headed down to Southampton for the second Common People festival.

Festival review: Common People 2016

We headed down to Southampton for the second Common People festival.

Imposing a no-platforming policy is a betrayal of a generation. We don’t have the right to not be offended.

Why the NUS needs to stop 'no-platforming'

Imposing a no-platforming policy is a betrayal of a generation. We don’t have the right to not be offended.

Does privacy even exist anymore?

Your iPhone is Stalking You

Does privacy even exist anymore?

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For five years, fans of ABC family's Pretty Little Liars have been theorising in attempts to find out who the anonymous antagonist of the series - 'A' - is. Last week, fans across the world found out; and were met with severe disappointment..

Pretty Little Liars' 'Big A Reveal' was sloppy and offensive

For five years, fans of ABC family's Pretty Little Liars have been theorising in attempts to find out who the anonymous antagonist of the series - 'A' - is. Last week, fans across the world found out; and were met with severe disappointment..

A defence of why Kim Kardashian should be on Rolling Stone's cover.

In Defence of Kim Kardashian

A defence of why Kim Kardashian should be on Rolling Stone's cover.

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Breaking Bad is arguably viewed as one of the best series of all time. Cynics may think that a spin-off is destined to fail, but this is certainly not the case. Better Call Saul is the prequel-come-sequel Breaking Bad deserves. 

TV Review: Better Call Saul Season 1, Episode 1

Breaking Bad is arguably viewed as one of the best series of all time. Cynics may think that a spin-off is destined to fail, but this is certainly not the case. Better Call Saul is the prequel-come-sequel Breaking Bad deserves. 

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