News: Supreme Court gives permission to appeal in Mirror phone hacking costs case

27 10 2016

510-supreme-court-1On 26 October 2016, the Supreme Court (Lords Mance, Reed and Toulson) gave Mirror Group Newspapers permission to appeal against a decision of Mann J on costs and CFAs. Read the rest of this entry »





Four reasons why listicles and clickbait are killing real journalism – Sean Dodson

27 10 2016

image-20161024-28376-1hzeu70In July 2016, the Croydon Advertiser – a 123-year-old newspaper – published two lookalike stories on facing pages. Headlined “13 things you’ll know if you are a Southern rail passenger” and “9 things you didn’t know about Blockbuster” the articles stood out for their striking similarity. Read the rest of this entry »