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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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Year: 2021
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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

‘The Toughest Regulator in the World?’ – IPSO Stares Failure in the Face

, 19 November 2021
As the Independent Press Standards Organisation prepares to discuss the standards crisis at the Jewish Chronicle next month, Brian Cathcart explores how early indications of the outcome do not bode well

The Today Programme and the War on the National Trust: An Episode in Shameful Journalism

, 4 November 2021
A discussion about wokeness, colonialism and the National Trust on the BBC’s flagship radio show came across like a public school reunion dinner, says Brian Cathcart

The IPSO Jewish Chronicle Car Crash Just Gets Worse

, 24 September 2021
The sham ‘regulator’ operated by the corporate press has blundered into one of its worst crises, says Brian Cathcart  

EXCLUSIVE Poll Position: Survey on GB News Bias Reveals Bias

, 13 September 2021
As Andrew Neil officially quits the right-wing television channel, Brian Cathcart reveals the spin on a recent opinion poll

The BBC has Blacklisted Peter Stefanovic and his ‘Johnson Lies’ Video. Why?

, 3 September 2021
It’s accurate, it sheds light on a vital question, and it has been viewed tens of millions of times – but our national broadcaster is pretending it isn’t there. Brian Cathcart wants an explanation
Peter Stefanovic Lies Video

Will the Independent Press Standards Organisation Ever Uphold Any Standards?

, 4 August 2021
After 28 breaches and four libel cases, the Jewish Chronicle is accused of a collapse in journalistic standards. But will the regulator IPSO do anything about it? Brian Cathcart reviews the evidence

The National Trust and the Culture War: A Dissection of Dishonest Journalism as a Tool of the ‘War on Woke’

, 26 July 2021
Again and again, newspapers hounding the heritage body refuse to let facts get in their way, reports Brian Cathcart

Free Speech: A Beginner’s Guide for Oliver Dowden

, 21 June 2021
The Culture Secretary says he won’t allow Stop Funding Hate to undermine freedom of expression but sadly he just does not understand the concept, says Brian Cathcart

The Daniel Morgan Report: Press Criminality? Nothing to See Here…

, 15 June 2021
Brian Cathcart explains why the Daniel Morgan Independent Panel report confirms law-breaking and wrongdoing by the press – and how, once again, this will be ignored by the mainstream media

‘What We’re Doing is Illegal’ – The Private Investigator, the Daily Express Editor and the Daniel Morgan Report

, 12 June 2021
Gary Jones once worked for the News of the World and the Daily Mirror. Today he edits the Daily Express. Will he figure in the report of the Daniel Morgan Independent Panel, out next week? Brian Cathcart considers the evidence

Saving Lives – Max Mosley: 13 April 1940 – 23 May 2021

, 25 May 2021
Brian Cathcart pays tribute to the Formula One boss who faced up to the sound and fury of Britain's feral tabloid press

The Daniel Morgan Independent Panel and Press Misconduct: What Might the Government Be Trying to Hide?

, 19 May 2021
Astonishing corruption surrounds the infamous 1987 murder, and a lot of it connects to national newspapers. Brian Cathcart considers what the Daniel Morgan Independent Panel report might have to tell us

Grieving for John Kay: What we Learn From the Tributes to the Sun Reporter

, 13 May 2021
The sorrow of his colleagues reveals a warmth of feeling they rarely show – and which they routinely deny to others, writes Brian Cathcart

Calling Out Press Racism: Has Anything Changed?

, 21 April 2021

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