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Postal workers prepared to strike over Sun controversy

Postal workers near Liverpool are threatening to strike if they are made to deliver free promotional copies of the Sun tomorrow. Read the full story

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DWP comms chief attacks Guardian ‘inaccuracy’

The DWP’s new Director of Communications has attacked the Guardian for “demonising” public servants with “innacurate” coverage of welfare reform. Read the full story

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Dinsmore refuses to budge on Page 3

Sun editor David Dinsmore has stood by his decision to continue with Page 3, telling students at a London Press Club event that he had “parked the issue”. Read the full story

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Miliband won’t ban ‘anachronistic’ page 3

Ed Miliband has described page 3 in newspapers such as the Sun as an “anachronism” but said he wouldn’t ban it if he became prime minister. Read the full story

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Sun appoints ex-PCC director as managing editor

The Sun has appointed former director of the Press Cuttings Commission Stephen Abell as its managing editor. Read the full story

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Sun hiring for Sunday edition

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The Sun is hiring 16 new journalists to work for the Sunday edition. Read the full story

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Guardian rejects press’s new self-regulation model

Guardian Media Group has decided not to sign up to the model of press regulation proposed by the rest of the industry, saying it would be “futile” while it is opposed by Parliament and victims of past media excesses. Read the full story

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All’s blithe in Blighty

untitledWhat a glorious, frabjous couple of days. Quite took one’s mind off the heat. I was there, the day that the Cambridge Royal baby was born. By there I don’t mean ‘there’. That would have been intrusive. I mean anxiously awaiting The News along with the rest of Her Majesty’s Press. Read the full story

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“Before we all sink into a slough of digital dystopian despair, it might be worth considering this: is this a sign of the strength, not weakness, of revelatory journalism in the digital age?”


Charlie Beckett, director of POLIS at the London School of Economics, reacts to news that the UK government forced the Guardian into destroying hard drives that contained information leaked by Edward Snowden.


(Source: POLIS)

 

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