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TRINITY MIRROR : left to reflect alone over phone hacking

The only reasonable response when watching clips of Trinity Mirror's former boss, Sly Bailey, telling the Leveson inquiry that her team had seen no evidence of hacking by its journalists is to wonder at her naivety. Let's get one thing straight.
 4 Traders1 month ago Trinity Mirror left to reflect alone over phone hacking  ExecReview.com1 month ago

Professor Brian Cathcart: Effective Press Regulation Will Happen - Five Reasons to Be Confident Leveson Will Be Implemented

The big corporate papers are encouraging the idea that the result of the general election means the end of the Leveson process. Although this claim is hardly surprising given their wild-eyed desperation to avoid any form of meaningful ...
 Huffington Post UK1 month ago Professor Brian Cathcart : Effective Press Regulation Will Happen - Five Reasons to Be Confident Leveson Will Be Implemented  Huffington Post UK1 month ago
The Week UK

MEDIA: Brooks show of power is red rag to Leveson

REBEKAH BROOKS has presented Lord Leveson with a headache. Through six hours of (mainly) gentle questioning by Robert Jay, the inquiry QC, she gave away far more than she realised to the Leveson inquiry. The red-haired former editor of the News of ...
 The Week UK6 days ago

Blunders left evil nurse free to kill on NHS ward: Demands for inquiry after Filipino psychopath with forged qualifications poisoned 22 patients

Victorino Chua, 49, killed two patients and poisoned more at NHS hospital Police believe psychopath used forged qualifications to register as nurse Calls for a public inquiry and a review of how foreign nurses are recruited Detectives fear Chua may ...
 Capital Bay1 month ago

BARCLAYS : Jesse Norman: Priorities can't be driven by media obsessions

Jesse Norman is three working days into his new job as chair of the culture, media and sport select committee and the Conservative MP is keen to talk about about football, regional arts funding, rural broadband and mobile coverage. But with ...
 4 Traders15 hours ago
Irish Independent

Infamous name and a life inthe fast lane

The verdict on the memoir by Max Mosley - the son of a British fascist leader - who became known as the F1 boss embroiled in a sex party exposé The verdict on the memoir by Max Mosley - the son of a British fascist leader - who became known as the ...
 Irish Independent2 days ago The Max Factor  The Statesman2 days ago
Irish Times

Power, politics and the press: the man who brought Rupert Murdoch to book

Nick Davies's pursuit of the phone-hacking scandal shut down the News of the World. Now hell show you how to be an investigative reporter Phone-hacking scandal: Rupert Murdoch, chief executive of News Corp, ultimate owner of the News of the World, ...
 Irish Times4 days ago Hacking scandal has not changed Murdoch  WA Today4 weeks ago MIRROR SHATTERED month ago How a tweeting teen took on the might of the Murdoch empire  WA Today1 month ago

Address Your Remarks to Downing Street

George Orwell once wrote: I really don't know which is more stinking, the Sunday Times or The Observer. I go from one to the other like an invalid turning from side to side in bed and getting no comfort which ever way he turns. 1 The ...
 Dissident Voice4 days ago

Glastonbury 2015: Charlotte Church interviews Pussy Riot on top of a truck

Classical singer and pop star-turned-activist Charlotte Church has denied she is the new face of the protest movement after appearing at a number of anti-austerity marches since last month's election. Her recent political interest snowballed to an ...
 Breaking News.ie4 days ago
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