BBC's Laura Kuenssberg Says She Thought About Quitting Twitter Over Abuse

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The BBC ’s political editor, Laura Kuenssberg, has said she considered deleting her social media presence amid an increasingly “ugly” online atmosphere. Kuenssberg, known to millions as the corporation’s most senior reporter in Westminster, said that despite being an early supporter of using online networks to speak to audiences, she came to dread reading comments about her work. “I’ve tried to pu ▶ Full story on huffingtonpost.co.uk
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