Isaan Khan

Freelance journalist

Location icon United Kingdom

I'm a freelance journalist currently doing a MA in Investigative Journalism at City, University of London. Among the organisations I have done work placements at include major broadcasters such as Sky News, ITV and local (Wilmslow Express), regional (Lancashire Evening Post, Manchester Evening News) and national (Daily Mail, The Sun) newspapers. I also covered the general election as part of Trinity Mirror's data unit.

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Mail Online
06/09/2018
Fury's first coach on how a gangly 14-year-old made it to the top

Tyson Fury has had a series of glorious highs and controversial lows to date The outspoken fighter is making his comeback to the sport against Sefer Seferi Coaches at Jimmy Egans' Boxing Academy remember him as a 14-year-old 'The first day I saw him I said to him: "Heavyweight champion of the world"' Tyson Fury vs Sefer Seferi, LIVE - Round-by-round boxing updates Tyson Fury's boxing career has seen no shortage of glorious highs and controversial lows.

Manchester Evening News
07/22/2016
200 Years Of Love

Page 3 lead for the Manchester Evening News

Daily Mail
08/04/2016
Weather article

Bylined article published in the Daily Mail

mirror
06/01/2017
Tories raise TEN times more cash than Labour - in one week

The Tories have raised TEN times more cash than Labour according to the latest weekly stats from the Electoral Commission. Theresa May's party raised £3,772,550 between May 17 to May 23, compared to Labour's £331,499. Almost all of Labour's donations came from trade unions, primarily Unite.

nechronicle
06/02/2017
The issues North East people are Googling before the election

The NHS is the main issue for the North East going into the June 8 general election, according to data provided by Google. Healthcare was the most searched political issue in 13 constituencies in the region. They included Hexham in Northumberland, Newcastle Central, Wansbeck, Tynemouth, North West Durham, Easington and others.

Mail Online
08/22/2017
Everton started with eight English players at Man City

Everton managed a 1-1 draw away at Manchester City on Monday evening The Toffees started the game with eight English players in their starting XI No Everton side has contained so many English players since Boxing Day 1997 Aston Villa were the last Premier League side to start an entirely English side Everton rolled back the years at Manchester City on Monday night as manager Ronald Koeman included eight English players in his starting line-up - the first time a Toffees manager has done so in...