Two bad mistakes in three months means regulator must act over News UK stablemates CONTINUE READING
Mr Dacre, A Free Press Must Recognise Its Responsibilities
Newspapers should use their special power in opinion forming with care CONTINUE READING
IPSO’s Rebuke And The Sun’s Setting Standards
Self-regulation depends on high levels of buy-in, self-awareness and self-restraint from those regulated. CONTINUE READING
MacKenzie hijab row: Does Regulator’s Ruling Miss Wood for Trees?
To use one young Muslim woman as a battering ram for an argument that is as much about privatising Channel 4 as anything else is crass, unhelpful and should be actionable. CONTINUE READING
Has The Sun Declared War on IPSO?
The Sun blundered once on its “Queen backs Brexit” story – now it has compounded its fault CONTINUE READING
Whittingdale Saga Proves Nothing About Press Self-regulation
Certain newspapers have done the possibly right thing for almost certainly the wrong reasons CONTINUE READING
The Sun, Corbyn and Page 1 apologies
The Sun’s poor apology to Jeremy Corbyn may turn out to be an own goal CONTINUE READING
Beefed up code for Editors-good news but more work needed
Regulation of newspapers is important. New rules wlil make it better but more still needs to be done. CONTINUE READING