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Honeyball's Weekly Round-up

Last week we were told that the out dated, sexist, objectification of women- in the form of The Sun’s Page 3 ‘girls’-was to cease. There was excitement across feminist circles, women commentators and campaigners who couldn’t hide their delight at this surprising victory, following a sudden apparent change of heart among the chiefs at The Sun. 361 more words

Labour Party

Gemma O'Doherty settles defamation case

Last June, the good folks at Rabble published an article I put together on the dismissal of Gemma O’Doherty from the Irish Independent.

While an employee getting dismissed from their job is nothing new, Gemma was the only journalist in 28 redundancies at Independent News and Media (INM). 490 more words

The Guardian

'Je Suis Charlie' vigil in London's Trafalgar Square after murder of Paris journalists

A crowd gathered in Trafalgar Square to express solidarity with the journalists, cartoonists and other victims of the gun attack on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris. 270 more words


From the Christies event on Arts Journalism

On November 12 I attended a fascinating evening hosted by Christies looking at the future of arts journalism, the second such event over the last few years, it turned out. 1,209 more words


Brands in a digital age are more important than ever

Despite being an avid reader and fan of Roy Greenslade’s excellent Guardian blog, I have to disagree with some of the views he has shared in… 374 more words