Gone to press: preview of this week's magazine

Reed Business Information sell-off. We find out what it means for journalists and investigate why Reed Elsevier is swapping investment in journalism for a company which provides information back-up for the war on terror.

Press versus Parliament – as under fire MPs launch two early day motions attacking the press, journalists hit back with a freedom of information victory which will lay bare members’ expense accounts.

A feast of photography – double page spread showcasing the 2007 World Press Photo awards winners.

How a flesh-eating monster landed the Angler’s Mail a world exclusive.

We delve deeper into the NUJ’s accounts as the union posts a £112,000 subs shortfall and its first membership drop in seven years.

Exclusive interview with Reuters editor-in-chief David Schlesinger as the news giant’s merger with Thomson gets the green light from regulators. He suggests that editorial job losses cannot be ruled out.

Detailed analysis of the latest national newspaper web figures – as all titles report booming traffic.

Castro’s rise to power – by Jeffrey Blyth, the reporter who rode with him on his triumphant drive into Havana nearly 50 years ago.

Flat Earth News. Nick Davies defends his chapter damning the journalism of The Observer and responds to his critics at PA.

In the Knowledge: expert tips on writing book reviews, by Lindsay Dugoid, fiction editor at the TLS; how to read quicker; part one off the A-Z of working abroad and some timely tips on how to report suicide and mental health.

Plus our new round-up of everything that’s going on everywhere: The Week in Journalism as well as regular favourites Axegrinder and Grey Cardigan.

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