Brexit, Leveson 2 and why 2019 could be the year for press reform – Brian Cathcart

14 12 2018

File 20181211 76956 1n0g1jm.jpg?ixlib=rb 1.1On no fewer than five occasions in the course of his inquiry into the press in 2011-12, Brian Leveson expressed to witnesses and the public a concern that his report might end up gathering dust on the second shelf of a professor of journalism’s bookcase – nothing more than historical evidence of wasted effort. Read the rest of this entry »










“Muslim fostering”: Times journalism utterly discredited – Brian Cathcart

8 09 2018
It has taken more than six months, but the final judgment in what the Times portrayed as the Tower Hamlets ‘Muslim fostering’ case has finally been released in summary form [pdf] and it is devastating for the newspaper and its chief investigative reporter, Andrew Norfolk.

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