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October 3, 2017
New UK ban on viewing extremist content online will have exemption for journalists
September 27, 2017
BBC says Kuenssberg will not speak at Tory conference after Canary story suggesting otherwise
December 29, 2015
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn challenges David Cameron to annual 'state of the nation' TV debate
October 27, 2015
Minister urges constituents not to read Northern Echo after editor condemns him for 'blacklisting'
October 5, 2015
Journalists spat on by protesters outside Conservative Party conference
June 30, 2015
BBC's James Harding says 'sorry' to Grant Shapps over scant coverage of Wikipedia story 'correction'
May 12, 2015
Labour's Chris Bryant claims Downing Street was 'briefing' on 'war' with BBC over Whittingdale appointment
May 8, 2015
Warning from media lawyers that journalists' sources are still at risk from police records grabs
May 6, 2015
UK daily newspaper market backs Tories over Labour by a margin of five to one
May 5, 2015
Independent gives backing to another Tory-Lib Dem coalition to avoid Labour-SNP 'disaster'
April 30, 2015
Sun backs Tories to avoid 'Labour/SNP nightmare'... Scottish Sun backs SNP to 'fight harder for Scotland's interests at Westminster'
April 29, 2015
Sajid Javid rules out Tory press regulation intervention: 'Our job is done as a government. It's up to the press'
April 28, 2015
'Sultan of spin' Alastair Campbell rounds on Conservatives over treatment of regional press
April 23, 2015
'Campaign control freakery' sees journalists 'cordoned off' from Cameron and Johnson nursery visit
April 14, 2015
Conservative manifesto pledges protection for journalists under bill of rights and makes no Leveson commitments
April 10, 2015
As national press leans strongly in favour of Conservatives, Labour opens slender poll lead
April 30, 2014
Andy Coulson: I wouldn't have been offered Tory job if they'd been aware of my phone-hacking knowledge
March 7, 2014
BBC's £320k-a-year director of TV: We'd earn double in the private sector
February 25, 2014
Top MP denies 'wrongdoing' after The Times reveals police raid on his home following benefits probe
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Facebook 'grateful' to Channel 4 Dispatches team for undercover reporting of content moderation practices days after 'fake news' row
Sacked BBC-funded journalist uncovers letter from council leader telling editor his appointment was 'unacceptable'
Sir Cliff Richard says BBC focused on 'preserving exclusive story' at expense of his privacy as he wins £210,000 damages in High Court battle
BBC News director says Sir Cliff ruling marks 'dramatic shift against press freedom' as Society of Editors calls High Court judgement 'worrying'
'No strings' £100,000 grant from Ebay founder will help Scottish investigative journalism outfit The Ferret to 'punch above its weight'
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