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Brian Cathcart

Brian Cathcart is Professor of Journalism at Kingston University London and the author of ‘The Case of Stephen Lawrence’

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‘Beergate’: It’s Time for Labour to Embrace Press Reform

, 11 May 2022
The papers will attack Starmer and Rayner more viciously than Corbyn, writes Brian Cathcart. So they have nothing to lose and everything to gain by taking them on

Equality and Human Rights Commission Should Be Defending Our Rights – Instead it Sits on its Hands

, 4 April 2022
Brian Cathcart explores the abject failure of our official watchdog to challenge the Government's onslaught on human rights 

Jeremy Clarkson, The Sunday Times and the Slave Trade: Some Basic Failures of Journalism

, 24 March 2022
In his eagerness to whitewash British history, Clarkson didn’t do quite enough research to get his facts straight, says Brian Cathcart

Darkness Falls: Ministers are Making Themselves Unaccountable – Because They Can

, 14 March 2022
The public bodies that are supposed to keep government virtuous have been systematically subverted by crony Conservative appointments, says Brian Cathcart. We must make them independent

EXCLUSIVE Government Refuses to Reveal Taxpayer Cost of Secret COVID Subsidy for Its Wealthy Press Friends

, 8 March 2022
Just how much cash have ministers given Murdoch, the Mail and Co to help them through the pandemic? Brian Cathcart investigates 

The Times Smears Black Lives Matter and Stonewall: Another Example of Bad, Unaccountable Journalism

, 21 February 2022
The Murdoch newspaper’s allegations about the campaigning organisations were simply false. Brian Cathcart looks at the evidence 

‘Settlement Equals Guilt,’ the Sun tells Prince Andrew. Where does that Leave the Sun?

, 18 February 2022
Brian Cathcart on the flagrant hypocrisy of Sun outrage on the subject of ‘buying off’ victims

10 Favours the Government has done its Press Friends – At Our Expense

, 15 February 2022
The corporate newspapers are playing their full part in the corruption of the UK and they are being handsomely rewarded, says Brian Cathcart

The Outrageous Attempt to Keep Johnson in Power is Britain’s Insurrection

, 31 January 2022
Those still supporting the Prime Minister are engaging in a flagrant attack on British democracy and its constitution, says Brian Cathcart

Sue Gray’s Inquiry: The Great Charade Exposing Our Failing Democracy

, 24 January 2022
The notion that a civil servant working within the structure she is tasked with scrutinising can get to the truth of the Downing Street parties is an affront to Britain's political system, says Brian Cathcart

The Programme Remains the Same: Beware the Post-Johnson Conservative ‘Reboot’

, 12 January 2022
It's not who leads the Conservative Party that we should worry about – it’s the Conservative Party itself, says Brian Cathcart

The Sham of Press Self-Regulation Shattered - by the Self-Regulator

, 5 January 2022
IPSO has backed down from investigating the systemic journalistic failures at the Jewish Chronicle, revealing it was never fit for purpose – says Brian Cathcart

A Landmark Case: Sienna Miller Sued The Sun for Hacking and Other Intrusions – and the Company Paid Up

, 10 December 2021
The tabloid has always denied that it hacked phones, but the actress says that the latest out-of-court settlement is ‘tantamount to an admission’ of doing so

Downing Street Christmas Parties: Journalists, the Public and an Ethical Void

, 8 December 2021
We don’t know yet whether journalists were among last year’s revellers at Number 10, but if they were — they betrayed the public they are supposed to serve, says Brian Cathcart

New Study Highlights Anti-Muslim Bigotry of the Spectator Magazine

, 30 November 2021
The most antagonistic, the most biased and the most prone to misrepresentation – Brian Cathcart argues that the Spectator isn’t posh and clever; it’s just a hate rag

The IPSO Jewish Chronicle Car Crash Just Gets Worse

, 24 September 2021

Calling Out Press Racism: Has Anything Changed?

, 21 April 2021
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