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Naana Aba

Journalist, BBC News

Location icon United Kingdom

Broadcast Journalist at BBC News. Broadcast media professional and former transmission director at Red Bee Media.

Interests include international politics, social justice, human geography, gender and identity, and popular culture.

Trash tv addict, pug enthusiast, future cat lady.

BBC News
Election battleground: Norwich

As politicians campaign for votes, we will be looking closely at the places where the election could be won or lost. Norwich is a city made up of two constituencies, one of them a marginal with only 507 votes between first and second place. Away from the national stories, here are some of the issues the people of Norwich are talking about.

BBC News
Harry and Meghan: 'Nothing like this has ever happened before'

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will no longer receive public funds for royal duties as part of an agreement on their future role. The couple will also no longer use their HRH titles or represent the Queen formally as they break away from being senior royals. BBC royal correspondent Daniela Relph explains what happens next for Harry and Meghan.

HuffPost UK
Smokescreens And Stagecraft - Boris' Johnson's Latest Political Gaffe

Theresa May will be left to 'dependably get on with the job at hand' free from considered objections and legitimate concerns to decisions that will affect us all. Our futures are being gambled on with little more than a cursory look and we will have only ourselves to blame if we are left with rubble after the smokescreen clears.

HuffPost UK
21st Century Porn and Victorian Ethics

How do the worlds of contemporary pornography and Victorian sexual codes meet you ask? UK produced pornography has this month been censored by the British Board of Film Censors (BBFC) through an amendment to the 2003 Communications Act.