Photo and video journalists should make sure the people whose stories they record understand exactly what it means for them to speak out
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The magazine says the internet has made total nudity 'passe'
It's sad to see that people who have grown up not knowing real censorship have chosen to rally around hurtful speech under the guise of 'satire'
The Cottagers have seen a bid for the England Under-21 international rejected, but are now under investigation
China Mobile offers more than 760 million potential customers, although Apple still faces competition from cheaper handsets made by local companies
England captain admits lying in bed thinking about the way forward and ‘the decisions that go with that’ as debate about the leading batsman continues, writes Stephen Brenkley in Melbourne
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has apologised after he claimed a Canadian reporter was “lurking” around his house, climbing his fences and taking photos of his children.
The rumoured - and ridiculed - feature was first mentioned in May
Lord Hall's futuristic vision risks devaluing what it seeks to protect
The Lib Dem conference begins this weekend and so too does The Independent's series of fringe meetings sponsored by RSA Insurance Group. We kick off on the evening of Monday 16 September, when The Independent's esteemed political columnist Steve Richards will sit down with Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, Vince Cable.
Pre-season never used to be such a sweat. But then football seldom proved this exciting, even on the great days. And if Brown Panther's success here yesterday represented a valid sample of retirement, Michael Owen is hardly going to yearn long for those rainy Tuesdays in Stoke.
Captain says focus is on Champions Trophy campaign rather than biggest event of summer
Joyce Brothers, who died on 13 May at the age of 85, was a psychologist who pioneered the television advice show in the 1950s and enjoyed a prolific career as a syndicated columnist, author and television and film personality. She first gained fame on a game show and went on to publish 15 books and make cameo appearances on shows like Happy Days and The Simpsons. She was on Johnny Carson's The Tonight Show nearly 100 times.
In a country still recovering from war, reporting is as dangerous as ever
Peter Fleming was the eldest of four brothers, one of whom became the creator of James Bond. Born into a world of privilege, he went to Eton and Oxford and decided to be an adventurer – not a career category open to many. During the Second World War he served with the Grenadier Guards and was awarded the OBE, before returning to squiredom in Oxfordshire. He also married the actress Celia Johnson, and must have had to put up with a lot of "Brief Encounter" jokes. But we're concerned with the period before the war, when he began travel writing.