Frequency of words in the headlines of British news sites.
Select the start and end date of the period and the number of words you want to see.


The charts below show the frequency of two words in selected periods:
"Liverpool" became more common for a couple of days after Liverpool F.C. had won the Premier League on 26 June.
"black" became more common when the BLM protests started in the Unites States in early June.


FireDruid scrapes the front-page headlines of the 15 most popular British news sites once every hour (at half past).
The charts show the frequency of words in these headlines after removing common words like "the", "she", "is", etc.

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FireDruid was created by Ben Kulcsar