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Book of the Week: Seeking Justice by Rivi Jacks

Thank you to Rivi Jacks for the interview on her newest book, Seeking Justice.  Find out what inspired the story, what Rivi really loved about the characters and sample the beauty of her work with an excerpt she was kind enough to share with our readers. 1,337 more words

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DA refuses to drop murder charges against cop cleared by Grand Jury

ATLANTA (CBS) – Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard is refusing to drop murder charges against Atlanta police officer Tommy Atzert, even though a grand jury cleared the officer… 619 more words

Paul Lashmar will be chairing two highlights of the Centre for Investigative Journalism's Summer School session

Paul Lashmar will be chairing two highlights of the Centre for Investigative Journalism’s Summer School session.
The event takes place on 2-4 July at Goldsmiths, University of London. 40 more words


State of Journalism

A series of retractions and apologies that could’ve easily been avoided unveil the truism of the decline of journalistic standards. Facts are skewed, stories are sensationalized, and journalists are becoming slack with investigative work. 132 more words


‘Herr Blatter, Have You Ever Taken a Bribe?'

In a recent piece for the Washington Post, Michael E. Miller profiled Andrew Jennings— a doggedly obsessed, “curmudgeonly” investigative reporter who helped expose the FIFA scandal that brought down Sepp Blatter. 309 more words


I Just Published An Ebook- JobCentre: Confidential Is The True Story Of Being Undercover At The DWP

Back in March I asked the Job Centre to let me do work experience. It’s something the DWP routinely does. They paid my travelling but not lunch but I was happy with this; information usually comes at a price, even if that price is only effort and time. 695 more words

Reporting On The Department Of Work And Pensions