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Tag Archives: standards
Apr 6 2013
The Italian general elections held in February resulted in parliamentary deadlock, and debates of who were the winners and losers still continue. Partito Democratico (PD), the centre-left coalition led by Pierluigi Bersani, and the Popolo della Libertà (PDL) party of … Continue reading
Posted by: April 6, 2013
Nov 10 2012
The fact that George Entwistle has resigned is good news for the BBC – although a personally devastating decision for one honourable individual.* The real problem at the BBC right now is not trust, it’s confidence. In the long-term trust … Continue reading
Posted by: November 10, 2012
Jul 6 2011
You can view video of this debate here You can listen to an audio podcast here The furore around the phone-hacking scandal at the News of the World has raised wider issues such as regulation and standards of British newspaper journalism. … Continue reading
Posted by: July 6, 2011