Brian Cathcart is professor of journalism at Kingston University and a former deputy editor of the Independent on Sunday, he is the Director of Hacked Off and tweets at @BrianCathcart.
“MURDERERS” – of myths, Macpherson, and the Daily Mail
As we approach the 25th anniversary of Stephen Lawrence’s murder, it’s time to critically assess whether the Daily...
Libel courts are now far beyond the reach of ordinary people
Ministers must introduce the right to justice conferred by Section 40.
Theresa May, the press and a lesson from history
If Theresa May is brave enough to stand up to the press, she will reap the rewards.
An important new legal right is almost in reach
The recognition of Impress by the Press Regulation Panel is a significant step towards a vital new right in Britain.
Don't forget the role of the press in Brexit
The lies of Britain's papers have been key to shaping the country's current predicament
The battle over UK press regulation: Nigel Warner joins our discussion
Last week, David Elstein, chairman of the Broadcasting Policy Group and openDemocracy, criticised two key proposals...