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Martin Daubney was editor of Lads' mag Loaded from 2003-2010, and is now a contributor to The Sun and the Daily Mail
Archant London photographer Stevie Bacon has written a book about his career covering local club West Ham.
The Scottish Sun has pulled a planned book serialisation looking at the downfall of Rangers football club after a backlash from fans.
'Downfall: How Rangers FC Self-dectructed', was promoted in the paper yesterday.
The London Press Club is hosting an evening with Jeremy vine on Wednesday night at the Daily Telegraph Theatre, 111 Buckingham Palace Road.
Vine will be signing copies of is new book - It's All News to Me.
New Trinity Mirror chief executive Simon Fox has resigned as non-executive director of Guardian Media Group following his appointment yesterday.
Forrmer News of the World deputy editor Neil Wallis has taken the arrest of former Times journalist Patrick Foster as an opportunity to ponder the unprecedented and undeniably heavy-handed series of police raids on journalists over the last year.
AS Elle brings out an October edition produced with the help of ten interns - Times journalist Laura Craik speaks up in favour of internships in the paper today (£).
The Wall Street Journal is hosting a series of events with a tech theme in Shoreditch, East London, for three days from 12 September.
The "pop-up" cafÃ© is being held at The Book Club. More details in the press release here:
Veteran sports writer Norman Giller has drawn up his own top-50 sports journalists list in response to the news that Press
Journalist Dominic Prince has revealed how a "long lunch" with a firm of stockbrokers in 1990 set in train the events which have now seen businessman Asil Nadir start a 10-year jail sentence for stealing £29m.
By investigative reporter Paddy French, editor of Rebecca Television
NOW I have great admiration for newspaper sales staff.
After the tale of Michael Fish base-jumping from a London office block Axegrinder has been on his guard for silly-season press rele
// If you’ve yet to check out Press Gazette – Journalism Weekly, take a look at this week’s edition – it’s a corker.
I don't completely buy The Sun's argument that the 20 per cent of Britons without internet access have as much right to see pictures of Prince Harry's bum