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2 03 2018
sdbast

Reblogged this on sdbast.

2 03 2018
Tim Gopsill

I do wish Brian Cathcart would say what he really thinks. All this wishy-washy stuff “… the Guardian seems to think” and “….has all but abandoned”. If you think the Guardian is wrong then say so man!!

5 03 2018
Law and Media Round Up – 5 March 2018 | Inforrm's Blog

[…] Guardian also announced its support for the decision.  We had a post about this entitled “The Guardian’s Leveson Betrayal, Line by Line”.  There was also post about the decision on Zelo […]

5 03 2018
Press regulation: the end of the road for Leveson reforms – Paul Magrath | Inforrm's Blog

[…] Brian Cathcart, via Byline / Inforrm, The Guardian’s Leveson Betrayal, Line by Line […]

8 03 2018
Bina

It will be worthwhile to explore the political economy of the Guardian’s coverage of the media policy debate that followed the News of the World phone hacking scandal.

16 03 2018
Leveson 2: The Guardian has no case – Brian Cathcart | Inforrm's Blog

[…] initial editorial justifying the Guardian’s stance, analysed here, did not begin to explain how a newspaper that claims to be committed to human rights, justice and […]

30 03 2018
Inforrm: Beginning of Easter Break | Inforrm's Blog

[…] The Guardian’s Leveson Betrayal, Line by Line – Brian Cathcart […]

1 04 2018
Inforrm: Beginning of Easter Break – CCTV Installer Near Mear

[…] The Guardian’s Leveson Betrayal, Line by Line – Brian Cathcart […]

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