The media must stop trying to 'keep viewers eyeballs glued to the screen' with mass murder
'Bias in mainstream media coverage of the Labour Party crisis was not inevitable or unavoidable given a minority of outlets that were relatively balanced'
How come a Muslim can be a terrorist in Europe but a mere ‘attacker’ in south-west Asia?
The cereal company has been ordered to stop running the advert in its current format after health claims were found to lack specific evidence to back them up
The New European will discuss the failures of traditional media and politicians - and feature 'plenty of experts'
The Advertising Standards Authority has ruled the advert must not appear again in its current form
A round-up of how Brexit is being reported overseas
From tongue-in-cheek teasing, to passionate pleas for unity, how Europe's newspapers are marking referendum day
Political commentator Robert Peston sums up reaction: 'Rupert Murdoch does not typically back the loser - and this is his call'
Campaigner Leyla Hussein says in the footage 'no one intervenes … when I was cut I remember that most of all, no one intervened'
She was among UK pornographers forced to closed down her website due to anti-porn laws
Home-made magazines are an increasingly popular, and commendably democratic, journalistic trend. Kashmira Gander takes a look between the covers
If Colonel Gaddafi had any sense, he’d have told Kelvin MacKenzie he was just about to order free and fair elections when Liverpool fans without tickets broke down his door
Members of the public and interested organisations are invited to submit evidence as part of a wider probe into sexism in advertising
'She's nine for God’s sake. She isn't capable of sensationalism'
Less than 0.5 per cent of journalists in the UK are Muslim. No wonders so many misleading stories make the cut