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- Easy News: the history of the conflict between Israel and Palestine
- Easy News: the G7 2021 summit in Cornwall
- Easy News: Harry and Meghan announce birth of baby daughter
- Easy News: Euro 2020
- Easy News: Israel and Palestine conflict
- Easy News: Winterbourne View scandal 10 years on
- Easy News: Council and Mayoral Elections
- Easy News – April 2021
- Easy News – March 2021
- Easy News – Winter 2020/2021
- Easy News – Issue 43 (December 2020)
- Easy News – Black Lives Matter Special Edition (June 2020)
- Easy News – Coronavirus Special Edition (April 2020)
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Easy News uses simplified text and useful pictures to create accessible, politically neutral summaries of key news stories and events.
The stories are selected and translated by UR Consultants, a group of people with learning disabilities and autism who are experts in easy read communication.
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The award-winning Easy News has a regular readership of around 4,600 people, with four out of five saying that it is their primary source of news.
Subscribers include local authorities, schools, libraries, other charities, people with learning disabilities and their carers, and – of course – our own services across England and Wales.
Since its launch in 2013, the magazine has gone from strength to strength. Our most recent survey of our Easy News readership found that
- 100% of respondents said they find the stories interesting.
- 100% of respondents said they find Easy News easier to understand than other news or television sources.
- 98% of respondents said that Easy News helps them to understand what is happening in the world.
- 88% of respondents said they think politics makes a difference to their lives.
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