Editorial standards

Press Gazette upholds the highest standards of ethical and professional journalism.

In our editorial coverage we seek to be independent, fair and accurate.

We make every effort to verify and check the information we publish and to be transparent about our sourcing. If you spot a mistake, or would like to make a complaint about our coverage, please contact editor Freddy Mayhew (freddy.mayhew@pressgazette.co.uk).

If you are not satisfied with the way a complaint has been handled please feel free to raise with our editor-in-chief Dominic Ponsford (dominicp@pressgazette.co.uk).

Press Gazette is a member of the Independent Standards Organisation and its journalists are required to follow the standards laid out in the Editors’ Code of Practice. They also strictly adhere to UK law in areas such as libel, privacy and copyright.

If you think Press Gazette has breached the Editors’ Code you can complain to IPSO which has the power to force us to publish a critical adjudication.

Any content paid-for by an advertiser which they have editorial control over is clearly labelled using words such ‘advertising’, ‘advertorial’, ‘advertisement feature’ and ‘commercial feature’. Content over which we have editorial control but which is created with the help of specific funding from an advertiser may be presented with the words ‘in association with’, ‘sponsored by’, ‘in partnership with’ or ‘supported by’.