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Andrew Mitchell, the former chief whip at the heart of Plebgate, the scandal that stirred a hornet’s nest

Ian Burrell: Religion is a hot topic in the wider world but, with a few exceptions, television is sorely neglecting it

Religious coverage needs to go beyond the bizarre and the dangerous

Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox group has withdrawn its bid for Time Warner

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Once the ultimate dealmaker, Rupert Murdoch is licking his wounds after the rebuttal of 21st Century Fox’s $80bn (£48bn) proposal to buy Time Warner.

The Sun's 'mark of the devil' front page: What is the need for such a 'silly season' story while the world watches the horror in Gaza?

Aside from questions over the news value of such a story, there are child protection issues to consider

Palestinian and pro-Palestinian demonstrators assemble outside the BBC TV Centre in central London to protest against its reporting of the conflict in Gaza.

The making of Glenn Mulcaire: A strong character and an excellent organiser who commanded respect and was convicted of phone hacking

He grew up in a God-fearing home. He was popular with his teachers. He even spent his spare time as a boy working with children more underprivileged than he himself was. So how did Glenn Mulcaire, the man convicted twice of phone hacking, become one of the most reviled men in Britain? James Hanning tells the backstory in this exclusive extract from The News Machine, his new book based on unprecedented access to the investigator

South Sudan humanitarian crisis: The poor media coverage highlights the flaws in news gathering

The media is agog at the prospect of George Clooney’s imminent marriage to British-Lebanese lawyer Amal Alamuddin but less struck with a matter that is also close to his heart, the unfolding humanitarian disaster in South Sudan.

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'I don't read much British news': Ed Miliband’s stock falls on Fleet Street

In the week that the new press regulator IPSO announces its board, Ed Miliband gives an interview to Buzzfeed in which he says: "It's always a good idea not to read the newspapers… I don't read much British news."

Nike has made a series of football films called ‘England Matters’, to coincide with the World Cup

Crisis in funding British documentaries threatens the quality of the content

An influx of money from 'good causes' is exerting a malign influence on the modern documentary

With Farage on the loose, broadcasters and newspapers must realise they are no longer king-makers

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With its new studios in Paris, Dailymotion has reinforced its position as Europe’s most-visited website

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The Only Way is Ethics: Colourful reporting from the Pistorius trial, but don’t expect to see similar here

It has become common to hear people say of British newspapers (the tabloid ones, anyway) that they more or less do as they please, unconstrained by legal or regulatory obligations. This is not necessarily accurate, but as it is reflective of the type of hyperbole tabloid papers themselves indulge in, perhaps they only have themselves to blame.

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