Leveson articles over last 30 days

- articles last 30 days - articles per day
Mentioned in this news Places Companies People
2014/08/28 17:24
2014/08/28 17:24
7h
The Children Act Ian McEwan Jonathan Cape, 224pp, £16.99 The Zone of Interest Martin Amis Jonathan Cape, 311pp, £18.99 An author in his book must be like God in the universe, present everywhere...
2014/08/28 17:24
2014/08/28 17:24
Latest videos
2014/08/28 10:24
2014/08/28 10:24
14h
I first noticed the BBC’s embrace of tabloid values in July 1992, when the corporation’s main evening bulletin led with the murder of Rachel Nickell on Wimbledon Common. The blood-soaked body of a...
2014/08/28 05:55
2014/08/28 05:55
19h
We may never have a better opportunity to regulate Canada's news media -- and the case for doing it has never been stronger. There, now that I've sent a shiver through media mogul-dom, allow me a few...
2014/08/23 13:01
2014/08/23 13:01
5d
Tim Pigott-Smith as King Charles III. Photo by Johan Persson. Our monarchy’s so cute, isn’t it? With all the waving and the clothes and the nice houses. And those quaint statutes which mean no...
2014/08/23 05:06
2014/08/23 05:06
5d
Lambert here: I guess my cunning plan to get people to stop watching TV isn’t working. The media industry is undergoing a consolidation process. After the proposed merger between Comcast and Time...
2014/08/20 23:28
2014/08/20 23:28
8d
Dunne Speaks - Manifesto ReactionsThursday, 21 August 2014, 11:06 amColumn: Peter Dunne Dunne Speaks - Manifesto Reactions21 August 2014I have been amazed by the reaction to UnitedFuture’s release of...
2014/08/19 19:37
2014/08/19 19:37
9d
It dispatched a news helicopter to hover over Sir Cliff’s Berkshire home and stationed its reporters at the singer’s gates before South Yorkshire Police had even arrived to raid the premises,...
2014/08/19 18:43
2014/08/19 18:43
9d
Last week the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) put out a (good) paper with recommendations on "Issues relating to media ownership". It has tackled private treaties, paid news, privacy,...
2014/08/19 08:24
2014/08/19 08:24
9d
David Cameron – in a serious policy announcement the weight of which lies somewhere between forcing the Queen to regale her subjects with a discussion about plastic bags and the opposition’s “owls for...
2014/08/18 12:00
2014/08/18 12:00
10d
More questions are being asked in the UK today about why the BBC knew that Sir Cliff Richard's home was going to be raided by police before it happened. The singer himself has asked why the BBC was...
2014/08/15 16:37
2014/08/15 16:37
13d
Patrick Foster, a former media correspondent, was cautioned over allegations he unlawfully accessed the email account of anonymous police blogger “Nightjack” in a bid to unmask him in 2009. Today,...
2014/08/15 15:12
2014/08/15 15:12
13d
Did you, as I did, succumb to the temptation of searching Sir Cliff Richard’s name on Twitter following the news that his Berkshire home had been “raided” by the police? If you did, you will have seen...
2014/08/05 11:51
2014/08/05 11:51
23d
Three leading judges refused to give Sergeant Alexander Blackman permission to appeal to the Supreme Court. Earlier this year, Blackman's appeal against conviction was rejected by Lord Chief Justice...
2014/08/03 14:53
2014/08/03 14:53
25d
The other night, I saw George Orwells's '1984' performed on the London stage. Although crying out for a contemporary interpretation, Orwell's warning about the future was presented as a period piece:...
2014/08/03 01:37
2014/08/03 01:37
25d
Interestingly, the book doesn’t dwell on two of the primary outcomes of the hacking saga: the Leveson inquiry and the recently concluded trial of Andy Coulson (guilty), Rebekah Brooks (not guilty) et...
2014/08/01 19:25
2014/08/01 19:25
27d
This is the story of how a part of British national journalism, by far the most popular part, committed crimes against individuals, against the state and against the oft-repeated reason for...
2014/08/01 17:56
2014/08/01 17:56
27d
When Sir Brian Henry Leveson's plans for press regulation were first proposed in 2013, it included wording so vague that even a common-or-garden blogger would be encompassed in the regulation. Of...
2014/07/31 12:24
2014/07/31 12:24
28d
Highly strung: journalists dangle from a lamp-post in this 1872 caricature. Image: Getty “It is not often that a man can look back upon his conviction and sentence as a criminal convict with pride...
2014/07/31 08:36
2014/07/31 08:36
28d
Nick Davies, author of Hack Attack (c. Judy Goldhill) In February 2008, the Guardian journalist Nick Davies went on to the Today programme to talk about his book, Flat Earth News, an examination of...
2014/07/30 19:37
2014/07/30 19:37
29d
Neil Wallis, the veteran tabloid newspaper executive who was initially cleared of wrongdoing after he spent 19 months on bail between 2011 and 2013, is now alleged to be part of a phone-hacking...
2014/08/28 17:24
2014/08/28 17:24
Latest from Twitter