21 May 2021,
Liz Gerard dissects the response of newspapers to the BBC’s inquiry into the infamous interview with the Princess of Wales and explains why they should be turning the spotlight on matters closer to home
1 March 2021,
Liz Gerard looks back to this time last year during which the UK Government laid the foundations for one of the highest rates of Coronavirus deaths in the world
6 February 2020,
Fleet Street Veteran Liz Gerard Congratulates Boris Johnson's Communications Director for Finally Exposing the Truth about the Lobby System.
29 August 2019,
An employment tribunal found that the newspaper did not unfairly dismiss or victimise Katherine O’Donnell as a transgender employee.
15 July 2019,
At an employment tribunal in Edinburgh, the Murdoch owned broadsheet was accused of inaccurate, misleading and prejudicial reporting of trans issues.
28 June 2019,
Liz Gerard provides more evidence on the claim that Times editor John Witherow insisted on the controversial 'Muslim foster carer story' because it had been handed to the editor by an oligarch friend.
Times Editor’s Oligarch Friend Behind Controversial ‘Muslim Foster Parents’ Front Page, Tribunal Hears
15 May 2019,
Times editor John Witherow insisted that an award-winning journalist write a story about a “white Christian” girl’s placement with Muslim foster parents, in spite of his “significant misgivings”, because it had been handed to the editor by an oligarch friend, an employment tribunal has been told.