Sometimes IPSO ‘mediates’ between a newspaper and a complainant and a newspaper agrees to print a correction or apology without IPSO having to make a decision. Sometimes the complainant will reject the…February 22, 2017
The Daily Mirror has apologised over a grossly inaccurate article published more than three months ago. The front page exclusive by Andy Lines, Chief Reporter, and Rebecca Younger published on 4 August…November 24, 2014
At the end of July The Sun picked up a ‘story’ which had appeared on the Facebook page of a mother from Shropshire. The woman had posted a photograph of the boy…October 21, 2014
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