1. The key concept is objectivity. What is the concept? How has it been defined? What role does it play in our understanding of journalism? How does it work in practice? How has it evolved? I do a bit of this in my literature review, especially the last question. However, this should be further developed in terms of the content and structure of my narrative. It needs more discussion of the theoretical literature on the concept’s meaning. There are also many debates on the critique of the concept coming from many different directions (e.g., alternative media and citizen media scholars). The relevant debates here need mapping out and unpacking. Finally, I need you to exposit the research that has looked at objectivity in journalism practice. 2. Fake news is another key concept that needs similar development and unpacking. 3. In my literature review, which I have uploaded, I tried to discuss the connection between partisan media (sometimes smeared as fake news) and objectivity standards in media. However, it still needs to be integrated better into the narrative concerning objectivity and fake news. The connection to the former is self-evident. But I found it is still not enough to convince people that fake news is somehow used as rhetoric to demonize partisan reports. 4. I need to develop the relationship between the two (and their related concepts). I have connected particular elements of these concepts, but I need yours helps to explain to the reader how and why I’m doing this. For example, to some readers, the objectivity vs fake news binary is not self-evident, as fake news is a multifaceted concept. They may think that my discussion about partisan media gets thrown into the mix without any real discussion of its relation to the above concepts. There are also assumptions being made implicitly or explicitly, which need unpacking and explaining. What about the role of subjectivity in journalism? Any hoot, conceptual clarity is needed. 5. Please also involve some discussion about journalism in the UK.