Law and Media Roundup, 8 May 2010 [updated]

8 05 2010

In this regular feature we draw attention to the last week’s law and media news and next week’s upcoming events. If readers have any news or events which they would like to draw attention to please add them by way of comments on this post. We are particularly interested in forthcoming events which readers are interested in publicising.

News

The general election is over.  It has, perhaps inevitably, shown the British press at its partisan worst.   And there will be more to come: as Roy Greenslade says on his blog “watch out Clegg, the pro-Tory press is on your case“.  Charlie Beckett has an interesting post entitled “How do you report a hung parliament?” Read the rest of this entry »