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2014/09/15 06:38
2014/09/15 06:38
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A regional editor believes the future behaviour of national newspapers will determine the fate of the industry’s new regulator. But while he is certain the regionals will uphold the best traditions...
2014/09/15 06:38
2014/09/15 06:38
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2014/09/11 12:24
2014/09/11 12:24
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The Press Complaints Commission had its final meeting, before giving way to IPSO, a week ago. And it ended with a bang, ruling that an article by the Prime Minister had breached the editor's code of...
2014/09/10 22:15
2014/09/10 22:15
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A legend in the Parliamentary Complex Sam Wijesinha comes from the village of Gatamana in Beliatta and he was proud of his connection in Gatamana. He has been a close relative of ours after his...
2014/09/08 22:30
2014/09/08 22:30
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A new regulator for Britain’s press started work Monday following a scandal over journalists hacking the phones of celebrities and crime victims, but was immediately dismissed as a “sham” by...
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2014/09/08 00:11
2014/09/08 00:11
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The chairman of the new press self-regulation body which begins work today said he understands why some of its opponents regard it as "a fake". Court of Appeal judge Sir Alan Moses said the...
2014/09/07 19:12
2014/09/07 19:12
12d
We and our families have all suffered press abuse at the hands of certain newspapers, during very distressing circumstances. The then newspaper self-regulator, the Press Complaints Commission, did...
2014/09/07 17:12
2014/09/07 17:12
13d
... Where The Archers is concerned, BBC spin doctors seem increasingly to be having a laugh. A Freedom of Information request for the cost of putting on Loxfest – the rural soap’s recent rock festival,...
2014/09/05 06:38
2014/09/05 06:38
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The press watchdog has rejected a complaint against HoldtheFrontPage and two regional newspapers over coverage of a so-called ‘right to be forgotten’ case. Two months ago the Oxford Mail reported...
2014/09/01 21:15
2014/09/01 21:15
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I am deeply saddened on learning of the demise of Sam Wijesinha, held in high esteem as a former Secretary General of Parliament and fittingly honoured for his valued service in many sectors, both...
2014/08/31 21:15
2014/08/31 21:15
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Former Secretary General of Parliament and Ombudsman Sam Wijesinha passed away at the age of 93 last evening. He also served as Chairman of the Human Task Force and the Chancellor of the Open...
2014/08/31 17:42
2014/08/31 17:42
20d
... Battle is at last joined on Monday between Channel 4 News and its new rival Sky News Tonight, thanks to Sky News’s aggressive decision to put Adam Boulton head-to-head against Jon Snow at 7pm. Even...
2014/08/29 11:38
2014/08/29 11:38
22d
The race to bring new versions of self-regulation to the press has gone into overdrive in the last 24 hours. Two rival bodies are vying for their own media attention – with announcements to bolster...
2014/08/29 06:38
2014/08/29 06:38
22d
A new chapter in self-regulation for the regional press will begin next month. Sir Alan Moses, chairman of the Independent Press Standards Organisation, has written to publishers to confirm that the...
2014/08/28 05:55
2014/08/28 05:55
23d
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...
2014/08/27 10:37
2014/08/27 10:37
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The former Take That star said he felt "sick and violated" after finding that German newspapers had published images of himself, his wife Ayda Field and his 18-month-old daughter Teddy in...
2014/08/26 15:25
2014/08/26 15:25
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Chatto & Windus, 448pp, £20 The News Machine: Hacking – the Untold Story James Hanning with Glenn Mulcaire Gibson Square, 288pp, £14.99 “The only truly effective critics of power are the...
2014/09/15 06:38
2014/09/15 06:38
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