Joe Pike (@joepike )

Joe Pike

Bio Political Correspondent @SkyNews | Author of Project Fear - Books of the Year, The Guardian & The Independent | #CureMND
Location Westminster, UK
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Following 4,1K
Account created 22-06-2008 10:15:49
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iPhone : Joe Lyons was warm, bright, energetic, super talented and very funny. A first class producer.

Thinking of all his friends and family today. twitter.com/CapitalOfficia…

iPhone : Gone fishing.

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iPhone : Hundreds trying to reach the parliament building from different roads throwing stones and rocks. Riot police firing lots of tear gas. #beirut

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iPhone : The BBC and ITN journalist John Schofield was killed 25 years ago. He was 29 and seen not only as a great talent but one of the really decent people in the industry. The ⁦John Schofield Trust⁩ honors his memory in such a wonderful way #rememberingjohn youtube.com/watch?v=7Dvm4L…

iPhone : After John died, my world collapsed. I had to create something positive. Our founder, Susannah Schofield, explains why she started the Trust 25 years ago

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iPhone : 🚨📻JOB ALERT 📻🚨 We are hiring a journalist to produce and broadcast national and international news for commercial radio and on-demand platforms.
An exciting opportunity to join a brilliant team at @skynews. Details here: careers.sky.com/job/11285521/r… #radiojobs

iPhone : The key questions to government ministers on safeguarding and the continued anonymity of an MP arrested on suspicion of rape:

-Do you know who it is?
-If so, why should you know but potentially vulnerable young women in Parliament not?

iPhone : Exclusive: Jigsaw, the fashion retailer owned by David Ross, the entrepreneur, is close to becoming the latest high street chain to launch a company voluntary arrangement that will - if approved by creditors - involve shop closures, job losses and rent cuts. Full story soon.

iPhone : I tried to protect her, but I couldnt do more than this.

Alex Crawford speaks to the parents of a four-day-old baby who was hurt in the huge explosion in Beirut.

More on their story here: trib.al/uVMjvqG

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TweetDeck : This year and next year will be very challenging for the industry.

Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick says the UK should be building around 300,000 homes a year, but as a result of the pandemic building will be well down on 240,000.

#KayBurley: trib.al/cao6HHJ

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TweetDeck : NEW: As govt launches new planning strategy, Robert Jenrick tells Niall Paterson:

-It's 'complete nonsense' that plans are 'shameful' and do 'almost nothing' to help build affordable homes, as suggested by RIBA.
-COVID19 may mean 30-40% of this year's new builds won't be started