Editor, First News
The children’s newspaper Editor on explaining terrorism to kids, tackling fake news, and the biggest concern of the young…
Nicky Cox MBE is the founder and Editor of the children’s newspaper First News. Founded in 2006, with 2.3 million readers and half of the UK’s schools subscribing, it won Best National Weekly Newspaper of the Year in 2012. In this in-depth interview, Nicky explains how they cover war, terrorism, and disasters in an appropriate way; discusses the importance of tackling fake news due to its stronger impact on children; and lists the issues that young people care about the most – with Brexit surprisingly their most pressing concern.
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