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Woolwich attack: We have a duty to report these images, but editors face difficult ethical questions
Thursday 23 May 2013
Reporting on this sadistic murder allows us to see - and see through - its perpetrators
Thursday 09 May 2013
Newspaper groups have unified behind a softened version of a Royal Charter on future press regulation by agreeing to drop a proposal which would have given them a veto over appointments to a new watchdog body.
Monday 22 April 2013
Six concerned parents, members of a group calling themselves 'Letzgo Hunting', posed online as underage girls
Friday 12 April 2013
Thatcher’s mother is conspicuously absent from the Baroness’s memoirs
Monday 11 March 2013
Some comedians make a living being offensive. If people really found their jokes so awful, surely they wouldn't want them shared any further?
Tuesday 12 February 2013
A Royal Charter is a middle way between statutory regulation and nothing
Friday 08 February 2013
Ministers order consultation amid questions over amount given to good causes
Airing controversial views is the great skill of Julie Burchill's career - and something the Observer should never shy away from
Tuesday 15 January 2013
Does the Twitter mob now set the rules on fair comment?
Tuesday 04 December 2012
The announcement that the Duchess of Cambridge is pregnant caused huge levels of excitement… among newspaper editors. Luke Blackall rates their Kate levels
Sunday 02 December 2012
Thursday 27 September 2012
Yesterday Kelvin MacKenzie announced he has instructed his solicitors to demand an "apology and recompense" from South Yorshire Police over the newspaper's discredited reporting of the Hillsborough disaster.
Thursday 12 July 2012
Birmingham's highly-rated teenage goalkeeper Jack Butland is desperate for regular first-team football with the club next year.
Sunday 17 June 2012
By the start of the 21st century it seemed that readability had become a liability; surely award-winners lacked complexity if their books were too accessible? Happily this attitude is now passing, and lucid writing is once more being recognised as a desirable literary trait, which may partly explain why Pamela Hansford Johnson's work is coming back into print (the other reason is that ebooks provide an affordable route to republication).
Friday 01 June 2012
Media tycoon's company pays £1m to cancel his order for a £36m private jet after drop in profits
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