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The media has irresponsibly turned "Jihadi John" into a modern day Jesse James by repeatedly publishing his name and picture, a Conservative MP has claimed.
Tory Bob Stewart (Beckenham) said it was "utterly abhorrent" to see the references to Mohamed Emwazi after his unmasking last week, warning it could reinforce the belief of some that his barbaric activities were defensible.
Home Secretary Theresa May later urged journalists to be "responsible" in their reporting after defending the need for a free press.
As the Tablet approaches its 175th birthday, a former editor has told how the Catholic weekly challenged the Pope's controversial ban on artifiicial birth control in 1968.
First published in 1840, the title will celebrate its anniversary on 16 May with a Thanksgiving Mass at Westminster Cathedral.
Editors across Johnston Press newspapers in the South Midlands could be axed as part of a "newsroom of the future" shake-up.
Holdthefrontpage reports today that Northampton Chronicle and Echo editor David Summers is to oversee titles across the region.
Trinity Mirror’s pre-tax profits grew by 1 per cent to £102.3m in 2014, despite revenue falling 4.1 per cent to £636.3m during the year.
The publisher set aside £12m for legal costs associated with “historic legal issues”, including phone-hacking, last year, and it said today there is “present uncertainty” about how much this could cost in the future.
According to the publisher’s annual results announcement today, it made £15m in structural cost savings during 2014 - £5m ahead of its target. A further £10m of cost savings are targeted this year.
A hearing to decide the amount of compensation to be awarded in civil phone-hacking claims brought against Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN) is due to start at the High Court today.
Eight representative cases, none of which have settled, will be considered by Mr Justice Mann in London.
They concern TV executive Alan Yentob, actress Sadie Frost, ex-footballer Paul Gascoigne, soap stars Lucy Taggart, Shane Richie and Shobna Gulati, flight attendant Lauren Alcorn and TV producer Robert Ashworth.
Telegraph group editor Chris Evans has invited his journalists to contribute to new guidelines on the relationship between editorial and commercial.
The move follows the resignation earlier this month of chief political commentator Peter Oborne who claimed the paper had allowed commercial concerns to mute its coverage of the HSBC Swiss tax avoidance scandal.
The Metropolitan Police has said it is "disappointing" that journalists continue to make Freedom of Information requests on the use of the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act against news organisations.
Over the last two days, website Guido Fawkes and a number of other journalists have been accused of "working collectively" with Press Gazette to gather this information.
Trinity Mirror's regional websites more than doubled their collective traffic year on year in the second half of 2014, the latest set of ABC results show.
The Mirror titles overtook Newsquest and Johnston Press to become the largest regional publisher online, attracting an average 1,403,930 unique browsers a day - up 112.9 per cent year on year.
The Kent Messenger Group's Kent Online was the next most improved, attracting 87,459 uniques a day on average, up 78.4 per cent year on year.
The Guido Fawkes website has been accused of “working collectively” with Press Gazette and branded "vexatious" by the Metropolitan Police after filing a Freedom of Information Act request to find out if its staff’s telephone records had been secretly obtained by the force.
The Met accused the website of a “vexatious and repeated request” and claimed that it was linked to previous questions about the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act asked by Press Gazette.
The Guido Fawkes website has only sent one batch of three FoI questions on this subject.
Digital subscriptions now make up 70 per cent of the Financial Times's total paying audience following a 21 per cent year-on-year increase to 504,000.
In January, the FT recorded a print circulation of 219,444, according to ABC. This figure, which includes 21,844 bulk copies, is down 6.3 per cent year on year.
But in the preliminary, unaudited, results of the FT's parent group, Pearson, it is claimed that the title's total circulation is up 10 per cent to 720,000, owing to the digital subscription number.
Conservative Chief Whip Michael Gove described being a journalist as the "best job in the world" yesterday - but declined to say whether he might yet return to the industry.
The former education secretary was speaking at an event celebrating the first anniversary of News UK’s News Academy, a programme set up to introduce young people to journalism.
Gove, who worked for The Times before being elected as an MP ten years ago, accused politicians of "an element of hypocrisy" over the "hard knocks" journalists have had from Westminster in recent years.