The Sun’s aggressive, then submissive, response to my complaint on its human rights reporting – Adam Wagner

17 09 2014

Sun CorrectionThe Sun have printed another correction today in relation to its misleading human rights reporting. The correction, on page 2, can be read online or to the right of this post.

The correction was the outcome of a complaint I made about this article – I posted on it here. The main part of the correction relates to the entirely false claim that “The European Court stopped a British judge imposing a whole-life tariff on Ian McLoughlin”.  Read the rest of this entry »





Law and Media, Summary Summer Round Up – 15 September 2014

15 09 2014

Summer Round Up 3As summer draws to a close, this is the third of our Summary Summer Round Ups (the first was published on 11 August 2014 and the second on 25 August 2014) to draw the attention of readers to interesting news stories, events and cases over the past three weeks.

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Book Review: “Hack Attack”, The alliance of silence – Julian Petley

14 09 2014

Nick-Davies-giving-eviden-007According to most  British newspapers, the Leveson Inquiry was a complete waste of time and money, based on the false premise that in 2002  News of the World employees deleted messages on Milly Dowler’s phone  by hacking into it, thereby cruelly giving her parents the impression that she was still alive. Read the rest of this entry »





Can Newspapers Convince the Public IPSO Is Not a ‘Sham’? – Martin Moore

10 09 2014

PressAs IPSO – the press’ response to Leveson – opened for business this week, newspapers may be wondering whether they will be able to convince the public that it is not just a replica of its discredited predecessor, the Press Complaints Commission. Read the rest of this entry »





Media Standards Trust: How Newspapers Covered Press Regulation after Leveson

5 09 2014

Media Standards TrustThe Media Standards Trust has published the first comprehensive analysis [pdf] of UK national newspaper coverage of press regulation following the publication of the Leveson Report in November 2012. Read the rest of this entry »





Summer (and Early Autumn) Reading from The Media Policy Project – Damian Tambini

1 09 2014

Damian_Tambini_4489-cropped-150x150Press Reform in the UK is stalled. With referendum and election shimmering on a distant, sunlit horizon, and the new Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO) strolling around in the Long Grass, this summer holiday is a time for some longer term reflection. Read the rest of this entry »





Law and Media, Summary Summer Round Up – 25 August 2014

25 08 2014

summerThis is the second of our Summary Summer Round Ups (the first was published on 11 August 2014) to draw the attention of readers to interesting news stories, events and cases over the past fortnight. Read the rest of this entry »








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