POST-BREXIT CLAIMS IN THE PAPERS – MORE SPIN AND NO SUBSTANCE

30 Aug
POST-BREXIT CLAIMS IN THE PAPERS – MORE SPIN AND NO SUBSTANCE

  More than 60 days on from the EU referendum and some BREXIT-backing newspapers are still publishing inaccurate and misleading information on the impact of the referendum result. During the EU referendum campaign, exaggerated and false claims were made by both ‘Leave’ and ‘Remain’ campaigns. And whilst newspapers are free to be partisan, the public

06 Nov
Mistakes happen – it’s how you deal with them that matters

September Press Monitoring blog – Georgia Tomlinson In September we noticed an unusually high number of corrections in the press. Some of these reflect inevitable journalistic mistakes, others are deliberate, reckless or the product of careless journalism. When errors are made the Editors’ Code requires them to be corrected “promptly and with due prominence”. Unfortunately