It is as if the football club is playing an away fixture, uphill, under rules written by the opposing side – which also happens to employ the referee, argues Brian Cathcart.
Fleet Street Veteran Liz Gerard Congratulates Boris Johnson’s Communications Director for Finally Exposing the Truth about the Lobby System.
There is a lot of evidence about the former Mirror editor and hacking, but how much has he already admitted? More than you might think reveals, Brian Cathcart…
Brian Cathcart, Professor of Journalism at Kingston University, on why Britain’s right-wing press will be intent on destroying the marriage of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex now more than ever.
Even the outgoing chair of Britain’s main press regulator admits there’s a problem with Islamophobia, but Brian Cathcart reveals how his successor thinks powerful white people are the victims.
Musa Okwonga examines why the myth of the Conservative Party’s competence persists and how those meant to be holding Boris Johnson to account are complicit in its belief.
The editor-in-chief of Press Gazette, Dominic Ponsford, insists all is well with British journalism. Here, Brian Cathcart, Professor of Journalism at Kingston University, responds.
New details have emerged of the Duchess of Sussex’s legal action against the Sunday tabloid, which published a private letter she sent to her reportedly estranged father.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Ben Stokes and Gareth Thomas are fighting for us all when they speak out against the appalling behaviour of our tabloid media.
Brian Cathcart reviews former prime minister David Cameron’s autobiography and the crucial omissions about phone hacking and the Leveson Inquiry.
Plans for Hack Attack, based on journalist Nick Davies book on the phone hacking scandal, never got off the ground due to the tycoon’s great “passive power”.
The public service broadcaster still refuses to explain how it agreed to stage Jon Sopel’s interview at the under investigation ‘WeBuildtheWall’ fundraising event near El Paso.
Peter Jukes, host of the hit Untold: the Daniel Morgan Murder podcast, looks at a recent damages claim and a further twist in this decades-long saga.
Peter Jukes looks back over three years of information warfare around the election of Donald Trump and the Brexit referendum and asks: how do we distinguish real journalism from disinformation?
Brian Cathcart, Professor of Journalism at Kingston University, on his new report examining how a reporter at The Times newspaper published three front-page stories which were fundamentally wrong and damaging to perceptions of Muslims.
Names of at least seven middle-managers found in a sample of 2% of private investigator invoices but the company’s lawyers say stories also came from public domain sources.
Peter Jukes argues that the public broadcaster is easily gamed by bad actors and vested interests who can break the rules with impunity – just like so many other key British institutions.
Patrick Howse spent decades reporting news for the BBC, risking life and limb. He believed in Auntie’s credo. But the former producer says the corporation’s unquestioning Brexit coverage has now crossed the line.
While the detective leading the inquiry into the television presenter’s murder says the case will never be solved, Byline Times reveals a crucial clue the police missed.
THE MAIL on Sunday is today embroiled in a growing phone hacking crisis after explosive emails obtained by Byline Investigates show one of the paper’s top editors receiving transcripts of actor Sadie Frost’s voicemails.
Calls for change from within the press are welcome but will make no lasting difference – the only workable remedy is effective, independent regulation that takes racism seriously, says Brian Cathcart