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2015/04/26 23:37
2015/04/26 23:37
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The Murdoch edict resulted in The Sun turning up the heat on Miliband even before Labour’s manifesto confirmed that the party intends to break up media companies that it believes dominate news...
2015/04/26 23:37
2015/04/26 23:37
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2015/04/26 18:23
2015/04/26 18:23
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Nick Davies is a guest speaker during next month's Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival. Davies and Radio New Zealand's Carol Hirschfeld will explore questions of media impartiality and manipulation...
2015/04/26 00:37
2015/04/26 00:37
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Officials are expecting the next Lord Chancellor to demand yet more spending cuts and revenue-raising measures to get one of the world’s most expensive legal systems under financial control. They are...
2015/04/24 18:08
2015/04/24 18:08
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Richard Desmond's decision to donate £1.3m to UKIP's campaign put the role of newspaper barons back on the election agenda. Having flirted with UKIP over recent years, and strongly campaigned for an...
2015/04/24 16:37
2015/04/24 16:37
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At noon that day, 25 March 2010, two months before the general election, he called his mother, Naima, to say he felt sick and wanted to come home. She told him to stay for a few more hours and phone...
2015/04/21 20:20
2015/04/21 20:20
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... Former CNN host Piers Morgan was questioned for a second time by British police Tuesday about tabloid phone hacking. Morgan, who edited Britain's Daily Mirror newspaper between 1995 and 2004,...
2015/04/21 19:36
2015/04/21 19:36
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RUPERT Murdoch berated journalists on his tabloid papers for not doing enough to stop Labour winning the UK general election and warned them that the future of the company depended on stopping Ed...
2015/04/21 16:10
2015/04/21 16:10
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The Murdoch press took time out from calling migrants cockroaches to gloat over the collapse of a number of trials of journalists. The Crown Prosecution Service is scrapping most of the planned...
2015/04/21 05:50
2015/04/21 05:50
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A still image from broadcast footage shows News Corp Deputy Chief Operating Officer, James Murdoch, speaking at the Leveson Inquiry into the culture, practices and ethics of the media at the High...
2015/04/20 13:28
2015/04/20 13:28
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After the 2010 general election resulted in a hung parliament, the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats formed a coalition government. It was the first of its kind in Britain since the Second World...
2015/04/19 23:37
2015/04/19 23:37
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... election is the least open to asking questions and getting answers there has yet been,” said Mr Snow, who fears that voters are being turned off by a campaign dominated by monotone party...
2015/04/17 13:16
2015/04/17 13:16
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Four more tabloid journalists have been cleared of paying public officials for stories - including the first from the Daily Mirror to be tried following the controversial Operation Elveden...
2015/04/16 06:10
2015/04/16 06:10
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We all know Rebekah Brooks and the Murdoch clan have reconciled. Now the nice folk at News Corp want her to work in digital — somewhere in Europe perhaps, or possibly at HQ in New York on Sixth...
2015/04/15 14:44
2015/04/15 14:44
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With three weeks to go until the General Election on May 7, the main political parties have all released their manifestos outlining their plans for the next five years should they get into...
2015/04/13 14:28
2015/04/13 14:28
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Artist Kaya Mar and his satirical paintings of David Cameron, George Osborne and other politicians have become a regular fixture at major political and legal events such as the budget announcement and...
2015/04/13 08:43
2015/04/13 08:43
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Speaking to the Express & Star, Culture Secretary Sajid Javid said senior judges must now authorise requests by police to snoop on journalists’ phone records. It follows uproar after it was revealed...
2015/04/07 08:38
2015/04/07 08:38
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With the Easter Weekend just behind us, this is a good time to discuss the significant reforms to Court reporting restrictions set to come into force on April 13th 2015. These reforms, announced just...
2015/04/01 18:23
2015/04/01 18:23
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The 43-year-old made £7,000 from tips to the tabloid over the course of a decade. The court heard that Quinn had leaked information to a journalist about murder inquiries, including the Dowler case,...
2015/04/01 15:54
2015/04/01 15:54
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Boris Johnson and the FDA trade union are calling for the government to lift new restrictions on civil servants' contact with the media, which was quietly implemented following an update to the Civil...
2015/04/01 06:32
2015/04/01 06:32
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After claiming to work for Horse & Hound while playing William Thacker in the film Notting Hill, Hugh will be forever linked with our magazine by the general public. Therefore it seemed entirely...
2015/04/26 23:37
2015/04/26 23:37
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