One Rogue Reporter turns the tables on the tabloids

(Photo: Steve Ullathorne)

Rich Peppiatt, a former journalist at the Daily Star, talks to The Journalism Foundation about turning his investigative skills on the tabloids, doorstepping senior executives to give them a taste of their own medicine Read more »

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Former News of the World news editor, Neville Thurlbeck

One year after the death of the News of the World

Neville Thurlbeck, former news editor of the News of the World, gives his very personal views on how things have changed one year on from the closure of the British tabloid Read more »

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Tony Blair appears before the Leveson inquiry

Tony Blair chose not to fight Murdoch press

This week, Tony Blair appeared before Leveson to talk about his relationship with Rupert Murdoch. Journalism Foundation editor Arion McNicoll was interviewed by the ABC – watch the video Read more »

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Leveson

Leveson indicates the direction of his final report

Lord Justice Leveson gave an indication as to the direction of his final report, which will set out the measures taken in order to improve the culture, practice and ethics of the press Read more »

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Rebekah Brooks appears at the Leveson inquiry (photo: screen grab)

Rebekah Brooks faces the Leveson Inquiry

Media monitor, May 11: Rebekah Brooks, former chief executive of News International is facing the Leveson Inquiry today. The Guardian provide a live stream and commentary of the day Read more »

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david cameron

David Cameron to answer questions over Jeremy Hunt

The prime minister David Cameron is under pressure to explain why he has failed to open an inquiry into whether culture secretary Jeremy Hunt was in breach of ministerial code Read more »

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Deputy Assistant Commissioner Sue Akers told of a 'network of corrupt officials' (Photo: Leveson inquiry)

The Sun had ‘culture of illegal payments,’ Leveson Inquiry told

The day after Rupert Murdoch launched a new Sunday edition of The Sun, Sue Akers, the Deputy Assistant Commissioner, detailed ‘a culture at The Sun of illegal payments’ Read more »

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Sienna Miller

The theatrics of Leveson must not distract from the central issue

The question of press regulation is a live one, but as News International takes to the stand the theatrics of star testimony should not distract from the critical issues under investigation Read more »

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The Journalism Foundation media monitor, 10 January 2012

Editors give evidence at the Leveson Inquiry this week. Keep up to date with developments on the Hacked Off live blog. Read our daily round-up of media news and developments Read more »

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Daily Mail today

The Journalism Foundation media monitor, 5 January 2012

“It would be churlish not to recognize the enormous, and crucial role played the Daily Mail in securing convictions for the murder of Stephen Lawrence” says Roy Greenslade Read more »

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