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The antics of 'Brits abroad' continues to fill copy in tabloid newspapers but it's more about titillation than genuine moral outrage.
Recent changes to the defamation laws make it more difficult for a non-resident to sue for libel in the UK.
Anjem Choudary: a man the press love to hate.
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The press is giving audiences the wrong idea about Britain's Muslims when it courts with extremists.
Community journalists are putting local news back on the agenda.
Volunteers are picking up where local media has abandoned UK towns.
EU referendum campaign has been suspended while a shocked nation mourns Jo Cox.
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The EU referendum debate has become increasingly shrill and unpleasant. Britain will need to find a way to heal the divide.
Same news, different medium?
Social networking, smartphones, ad blockers, oh my. A global survey of 50,000 news consumers assessed the ways we get our news in 2016.
Time to change the channel?
Broadcasters who use the UK as a base for European channels could face upheaval.
Boris Johnson is the most quoted personality in the referendum debate.
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Media coverage of the debate has so far been dominated by Conservative men
A conservative estimate.
Voters see claim and counter claim about the economic effects of leaving the EU but the overwhelming consensus among economists is that Brexit will make Britons worse off.
BBC has come under intense fire from political and commercial enemies.
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The government's White Paper is expected to reduce the scope and funding for the UK public broadcaster.
You wouldn't know elections are happening all over the country, looking at the national press.
My first few days at The Independent in 2004 didn’t go so well. I quit after two weeks. Fortunately I changed my mind, stuck around, and over the subsequent five years worked there in a variety of editorial…
The end is nigh.
The end of the Independent newspaper comes after an almost 30-year run. A former reporter, Jonathan Foster, recounts what made it so great.
Forthcoming details from Janet Smith report have drawn predictable outrage but there's also a hidden agenda at play.
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Coverage was generally positive – though there were also two entirely different types of naysayer.
Laughter is the best medicine … for the government benches.
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The Labour leader stands no chance of winning an election if he can't win over the media.
Paul Weller brought a case over the use of images of his children.
Media pictures of the children of celebrities are now clearly off limits – unless their parents consent to publication.
Outside the Keleti railway station in Budapest, Hungary.
It's not just calling refugees "migrants" that dehumanises them – it's talking about them as if they're numbers.
We thought the phone hacking scandal would chasten News Corp. We were wrong.
If the commercial media has its way the BBC will end up cash-strapped and shackled by regulation.