BBC scheme found to be propping up multimillionaire, unregulated press

By Emma Ireland The Local Democracy Reporting Service was launched in 2018, as a network of reporters funded…

The Failure of IPSO

Nine month wait for justice in shocking child privacy case

by Alice Watkins Salacious copy may be good for circulations. But any responsible journalist knows to approach sensitive…


Paul Wragg: Stokes Family’s Privacy Claim – Why The Sun had to settle

On 30 August 2021 it was announced that the privacy claim brought by Ben and Deborah Stokes against the Sun…

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Sex and Power

  By Alice Watkins A new Channel 5 documentary series, Sex and Power [watch online here], reveals the…

Silverstone, Northamptonshire, England
21st June 2009
Max Mosley, FIA President. Portrait. 
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Max Mosley: reflections from Hacked Off Directors

  Max Mosley was a committed supporter of reforms to press regulation until his death on Monday, May…


Catfights, cultural gaslighting, and the persistence of misogyny in the media

Melanie Kennedy and Jilly Boyce Kay (Leicester University and College Union)   Almost two years after Coleen Rooney…


IPSO Appointment Panel to be chaired by another politician: Hacked Off criticises role of politicians at complaints-handler

IPSO has announced that Lord Triesman has been appointed as Chair of the IPSO Appointment Panel.   Commenting,…


News UK’s apparent plans to cut journalists’ jobs shows the threat profit-hungry owners pose to journalism. Will the Government step in?

In 1981, News International (now News UK) completed its acquisition of The Times and The Sunday Times newspaper…

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