Of the wealth of choices available to young people, one of the oldest – and often most disreputable – professions should still be in the mix. Newspaper circulations may be falling, tougher regulation has just kicked in, professional abuses have brought shame: but if seeking adventure, intellectual stimulation and the chance to write the first draft of history, this could be the life for you. The panel will talk about why young people should sign up, and give tips on how get a foot in the door. With The Telegraph’s Benedict Brogan, Guto Harri from News UK and Fiona Philips, editor of The Hereford Times. Chaired by Rosie Boycott.
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