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Sir Alan Moses shows whose side he is on - Brian Cathcart

The chair of IPSO, the self-regulator set up by the big newspaper companies, delivered a lecture  last week at the London School of Economics on the future of press regulation. 1,558 more words

Leveson Inquiry

How decent self-regulation could help prevent the kind of problems that forced Peter Oborne out of the Telegraph - Brian Cathcart

When newspapers hide the truth from their readers to avoid displeasing advertisers, as Peter Oborne alleges the Telegraph has done, they are not breaching the Editors’ Code of Practice. 617 more words

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Peter Oborne utters the T word - Brian Cathcart

When he explained yesterday why had had resigned from the Daily Telegraph, Peter Oborne wrote a few lines that could serve as a creed for every journalist: 598 more words

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The Press as Victim: it does not wash - Brian Cathcart

Have a look at the website of the Press Gazette, the trade publication. Read the output of some newspaper media columnists. Follow commentary on recent court cases. 1,202 more words

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Beyond Parody, Mackenzie and Murdoch cast themselves as consumer champions - Brian Cathcart

Kelvin MacKenzie and Rupert Murdoch have taken an initiative that is beyond parody: they have set up a consumer complaint website whose aim, according to the former Sun editor, is ‘ 631 more words

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Paul Vickers: IPSO architect departs as cracks widen - Brian Cathcart

The departure of Paul Vickers from Trinity Mirror is an important development for the press industry, though characteristically the big newspaper groups have chosen not to share the implications with their readers. 657 more words

Leveson Inquiry

IPSO chair’s speech to Society of Editors does not bode well for self-regulator - Brian Cathcart

Within days of his appointment last summer as chair of Ipso, the new press self-regulator, former judge Sir Alan Moses, was promising that he would reform it dramatically. 1,092 more words

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