Alice Hall


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I am a freelance journalist currently completing an MA in Newspaper Journalism at City, University of London.

Till Swipe Do Us Part

Alice Hall explores the pitfalls of modern day dating. There was once a time, hidden deep in the marketing archives of, when the girl in the camel-colored duffel coat locked eyes with the dashing commuter over the sepia-washed platform. The rest is history. Said man and woman fall ardently in love and live a ...

Kettle Mag
Is anybody considering our young girls in the NHS crisis? | Kettle Mag

It's 4 pm on a Tuesday afternoon at a local doctor's surgery. The waiting room is full. The ominous rows of steely chairs contain the usual medley of octogenarians, expectant mothers and middle-aged attendees of routine appointments. Yet within this mélange, there is a striking lack of people under the age of twenty-five queuing to ...
First poster for Quentin Tarantino's Hateful Eight arrives

The first poster for Quentin Tarantino's new film The Hateful Eight has made its surprise debut in Empire magazine , following Tarantino's official confirmation of the film at Comic Con last weekend. Photo: Twitter: @WeinsteinFilms The starkly designed poster features the words 'The eighth film from Tarantino' above a black and white horse-drawn carriage, with a trail of blood behind.
Joe Cornish approached to direct Skull Island

British writer and director Joe Cornish has been named as the first choice to direct the King Kong prequel Skull Island. The film was announced during Legendary Picture's panel at San Diego Comic Con last week.

Bookings take off as EU gives guarantee on holiday flights

Travel industry bosses say they hope to escape lightly from a no-deal Brexit after the European Commission guaranteed flights to some of Britain's most popular holiday destinations.The confirmation that direct flights from Britain to Europe will operate as normal, even in the event of a no-deal Brex

Mail Online
Daughter tells how her mother 'bounced her head against a toilet bowl'

Susan Wynne-Wilson, 69, is accused of assaulting her children Rosa and Daniel The pair, who are now adults, ran away from home when they were teenagers Jurors watched an emotional police interview where Rosa said her mother was on 'a complete mission to destroy us' A wealthy grandmother was a 'monster' who violently abused three of her children for 14 years, her adult daughter told a court yesterday.

Hereford Times
Door-to-door callers use threats of violence when selling in Hereford

DOOR-to-door salesmen have threatened violence on unsuspecting householders in Hereford. The city's neighbourhood watch team said that many residents feared the callers would smash up their cars after turning down their offers. People have now been advised not to open their doors to the callers following the acts of aggression in Whitecross.

Carols in slate mine mark rise in Welsh suicides

Out of all the carol services that took place in Britain last week, probably only one required a crash helmet. More than 100 people wore head torches to descend into a slate mine to remember those who killed themselves in Wales last year, a toll believed to be the highest in a generation.