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Media figures say anti-SLAPPs bill is flawed
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Media figures say anti-SLAPPs bill is flawed

More than 60 editors, lawyers, journalists, academics and experts call for the Anti-SLAPP Bill to be amended to ensure it can protect everyone speaking out in the public interest.

15/04/2024

Mission creep?
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Mission creep?

Is the BBC stepping on the toes of independent publishers?

By James Evelegh  |  28/03/2024

NMA responds to speech
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NMA responds to speech

The News Media Association has responded to Tim Davie’s speech.

27/03/2024

NUJ urges radical change
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NUJ urges radical change

The National Union of Journalists urges radical change to Local Democracy Reporter contracts to ensure fair pay.

14/03/2024

Impress appoints new committee members
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Impress appoints new committee members

Impress has announced several new appointments to its independent committees across the organisation.

04/03/2024

Rebuilding trust
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Rebuilding trust

The media is not trusted as much as it needs to be. The solution is simple but it will mean breaking some bad habits.

By James Evelegh  |  28/02/2024

NMA publishes response to Bill
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NMA publishes response to Bill

News Media Association chief executive, Owen Meredith, has responded to the Strategic Litigation Against Public Participation Bill, which had its second reading in the House of Commons last week.

26/02/2024

Pack Post director sentenced to four years
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Pack Post director sentenced to four years

A director of mailing company Pack Post International, who defrauded Royal Mail out of over £70million by falsely declaring mail weights, classes and destinations, has been jailed.

19/02/2024

Impress announces new board members
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Impress announces new board members

Former CNN and Sky News chief among new board members appointed by independent press regulator Impress.

08/02/2024

PPA comments on response to AI Whitepaper
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PPA comments on response to AI Whitepaper

The Government has published its response to the AI White Paper, setting out its next steps for its ‘pro-innovation’ regulatory approach to AI.

08/02/2024

NUJ welcomes House of Lords report
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NUJ welcomes House of Lords report

The National Union of Journalists has welcomed the House of Lords report urging action to ensure the protection of rightsholders.

06/02/2024

The Fed expresses dismay
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The Fed expresses dismay

The Federation of Independent Retailers has expressed dismay as Menzies Distribution announces carriage charge increase.

06/02/2024

NMA responds to report
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NMA responds to report

The News Media Association has responded to the Lords Communications and Digital Committee’s Report into large language models.

05/02/2024

IPSO publishes update
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IPSO publishes update

IPSO has published an update on its implementation of Jeffrey Review recommendations.

02/02/2024

IPSO publishes guidance
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IPSO publishes guidance

The Independent Press Standards Organisation has published its guidance on the due prominence of corrections in digital media.

26/01/2024

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