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Je Suis Grub Street: Salman Rushie and the But Br...
Je Suis Grub Street: Salman Rushie and the But Brigade love Charlie Hebdo but hate the British Tabloids Salman Rushdie has been taking on the ‘but Brigade’, whose newfound committment to free speech...
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Big Question: are public inquiries a waste of tim...
Protestors demonstrating when Tony Blair gave evidence to the Chilcot inquiry in 2011. © Jeff Moore/Jeff Moore/Empics Entertainment This week, nothing happened. Or at least, nothing happened in...
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Courts 'expensive and inefficient'
The criminal justice system is inefficient, time-consuming and too expensive, a new report claims, as a series of recommendations are set out to make it more streamlined. Ensuring prisoners turn up...
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Lord Justice Leveson unveils radical shake-up to ...
has recommended a series of radical changes to be made to the justice system in England and Wales which he said was "inefficient, time consuming and very expensive".
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Hacking by Mirror ‘worse than at Murdoch papers’
As many as 41 journalists working across the Mirror, Sunday Mirror and People newspapers are now alleged to have used internal office lines to make calls to mobile phones and illegally access private...
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How has press coverage of immigration changed?
The British press has been accused of many things in recent years, most of them bad, but how can we measure performance in coverage of a particular subject such as immigration, and how is this...
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University of Liverpool
Lots of wind fails to fill Javid’s sails as he 'w...
It sounds like the back story for a plot to rescue Broadchurch from its current complexity, maybe opening with the corpse of a civil servant found strapped to a 650ft-high wind turbine on Dorset...
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Charlie Hebdo: We're all fighting an enemy within...
The poor victims of the Charlie Hebdo massacre are not martyrs to the Western belief in freedom of speech and open democracy. They are, certainly, victims of hate and the fascist intolerance – not to...
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First woman set to be senior presiding judge
The lord chief justice has announced the imminent appointment of the first female senior presiding judge for England and Wales. Court of Appeal judge Lady Justice Macur will become the first woman to...
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Roy Greenslade: It’s not that we’re timid, but th...
That is not to say we lack sympathy for those who were murdered in Paris. Indeed, like everyone else, we are sickened by their slaughter and have no scintilla of support for those who answer the pen...
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Pat Stacey on TV: Do fact-based dramas have to be...
Pat Stacey on TV: Do fact-based dramas have to be 100pc true? Pat Stacey – 06 January 2015 11:41 AM I WATCHED Dallas Buyers Club on Netflix at the weekend. It’s a terrific film and, as everyone...
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Ads in the news: 5 stories you may have missed
... Thatcher wanted the BBC to carry ads Margaret Thatcher considered allowing advertising on the BBC shortly after she became Prime Minister in 1979. The controversial proposal was revealed in files...
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Government favoured Rupert Murdoch's media empire...
In a rare interview, Ed Richards said he was “surprised” by the informality, closeness and frequency of contact between executives and ministers during the failed bid by Mr Murdoch’s News Corp for...
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2014 in 14 quotes
At the height of the scandal over the expenses claims of Maria Miller, then the culture secretary, the Telegraph chose to release an audio tape of this conversation with one of her special advisers....
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