Byline bandits, from work experience to editor's chair at The Independent, Nigella, spies...all in Journalism Weekly


Highlights of this week's Press Gazette – Journalism Weekly include:

  • An interview with the photographer who captured the moment TV chef Nigella Lawson was assaulted by her husband Charles Saatchi outside a London restaurant.
  • The inside story on why other Fleet Street papers have been reluctant to follow-up Guardian revelations about spying at the 2009 G20 conference.
  • From work experience to the editor's chair for Amol Rajan and Oli Duff at the Independent and i.
  • How Daily Mail and General Trust failed in its legal bid to sue a business publisher for libel after it launched a rival aerospace conference on its patch.
  • A freelance journalist takes aim at national staffers over claims of byline banditry.
  • Former Zoo editor Paul Merrill claims women's mags are more demeaning to women than lads' titles.
  • And an exclusive column from a Greek journalist facing trial for breaching privacy laws.

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