The murder of policewomen Fiona Bone and Nicola Hughes in Manchester was the most covered news story of the week in the UK press for the week ending Sunday, Septemeber 23, according to journalisted.
The most covered stories were:
- Two policewomen shot dead during service in Manchester, 138 articles.
- Nick Clegg apologises for raising tuition fees (and it's made into a spoof song), 111 articles.
- Chief whip Andrew Mitchell faces calls to quit after admitting he swore at police, 79 articles.
- Marikana miners return to work, 19 articles.
- Harriet Harman says Labour won't be “cosying up” to the Liberal Democrats, 4 articles.
- Welsh pupils receive their regraded GCSEs, 6 articles.