Bristol Evening Post targeted by vandals

| August 12, 2011 | 2 Comments

Police are investigating if the attack is linked to the Evening Post’s extensive coverage of the Bristol disturbances.

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Appeal for donations from the Campaign for Press & Broadcasting Freedom

VICTORY in the battle over standards of reporting and ethics in the UK’s media may at last be in sight following widespread public anger over the phone hacking scandal allegedly operated by titles in Rupert Murdoch’s News International empire, the Campaign for Press & Broadcasting Freedom heard (writes Chris Youett). The Campaign’s annual meeting on […]

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Message from Tolpuddle: Rebellion is coming!

The weather wasn’t kind but the South West TUC staff dismantling the stages after this weekend’s Tolpuddle Martyrs’ Festival have good reason to feel pleased with this year’s union bash.

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Murdoch the cause of BBC Redundancies?

| July 14, 2011

As thousands of journalists are preparing for a 24-hour strike tomorrow (July 15) to fight compulsory redundancies being imposed by BBC management the NUJ have called for re-examination of News Corp’s involvement in the matter. Strike Information Tomorrow sees the first BBC national strike over the issue of compulsory redundancies by management in order to […]

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| July 7, 2011 | 0 Comments

Rupert Murdoch has decided to close the News of the World – but is it enough to save the reputation of his UK media empire?

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