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Brexit and the Tragic Downfall of British Media - Steven Barnett

There is a conceit among many senior editors in the U.K. that Britain has “the best journalism in the world.” At its best, certainly, British journalism is very good indeed. 1,796 more words

Leveson Inquiry

Brexit and the Newspapers, Where was IPSO - Hacked Off

Most independent commentators have slammed a number of the big newspapers for misleading the public on the referendum, with the New Statesman going so far as trying to explain ‘ 1,892 more words

Media Regulation

Did the UK's newspapers swing it for Brexit? - Jonathan Heawood

On the face of it, democracy is the ultimate self-regulatory system. Don’t like your government? Elect a new one. Don’t like the European Union? Vote to leave. 898 more words


News: The vote for Brexit and the role of the newspapers

After consistently pro-Brexit press coverage, 51.9% of the voters (37.4% of the electorate) have voted to leave the EU.  The Prime Minister has resigned and the markets are in freefall.   397 more words


UN and OSCE Watchdogs urged to address media freedom in the UK

ARTICLE 19 and concerned experts and academics have urged Dunja Mijatović, the OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media (“the Representative”), and David Kaye, the… 1,713 more words


Citizen journalism and news blogs: why media councils don’t care (yet) - Adeline Hulin

Media councils in Europe were set up primarily to deal with traditional forms of media (mainly print and sometimes broadcast), yet now all members of the… 1,141 more words


Should IPSO investigate the Sun? Of course, but it won't - Brian Cathcart

When the editor of a national newspaper announces that, having been found guilty by his regulator of misleading his readers, he is perfectly ready to mislead them again in exactly the same way, there can be no doubt that he is defying the authority of the regulator. 901 more words