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Every Sun reporter lives for a Page 1 by-line. But Nick Parker’s name on the Alps Suicide Plane story has an especially bittersweet taste. 764 more words


What Happened to Innocent Until Proven Guilty?

According to The Human Rights Act 1998 we are “Innocent until PROVEN guilty” and that guilt MUST be proved by a court of law where we have the absolute right to defend our rights and innocence. 485 more words

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The Big Brunt of The Leveson Inquiry

The Leveson Inquiry is one of the largest public inquiries set up by Prime Minister David Cameron, the main aim was to look at the practices and ethics of the British press, sparked by the News of the World phone hacking scandal. 477 more words

Max Cisotti CEO of Xclusivepix.com writes...

In another of our occasional series of guest posts Max Cisotti CEO at Xclusivepix.com. A hugely experienced agent and photographer, he has allowed us to re-post something that he wrote around the time of the Leveson Inquiry about who and what the paparazzi are and about the symbiotic relationship between good photographers and the celebrity industry. 1,997 more words

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Press Regulation: Another exercise in smoke and mirrors as the underlying issue of the growing ethical drought in this Country goes untackled by thirsty Government yet again

I will not be alone in wondering just how wasteful the whole Leveson Inquiry and the blustering about press regulation will turn out to be when the dust has finally settled. 725 more words

Celebrity Gossip & The British Press Corruption

2nd. article of our 5 week series on the Starsucker documentary. 

In the Starsucker documentary (click here to view) it discusses how celebrity gossip has taken over fact based news journalism. 1,214 more words

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Another open letter to Professor Greenslade

An Open letter written by Chris Eades – a member of The BPPA’s Board in response to Professor Roy Greenslade’s inaccurate blog on The Media Guardian website… 1,435 more words

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