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In general, the public trust neither politicians nor journalists. It is this double distrust that informs the results of three Leveson-related surveys that YouGov has recently conducted.
If we want to preserve quality public-service broadcasting in Britain, we must defend the Beeb.
Watching all the news on the 'BBC Crisis' these last few days, the famous philosopher Bart Simpson comes to mind when he
The past decade has seen a decline in trust across the board. The figures for senior police officers is down 23 points, from 72% to 49%; local police officers are down 13 points, from 82% to 69%, Even family doctors (down from 93% to 82%) and school teachers (88% to 70%) have seen double-digit falls, even though both still occupy the two top places.
Foreign takeovers may need to be assessed. But so too do takeovers by British companies. All takeovers should be examined, from many different angles.
News Corp plans to welcome the newest member to its board of directors on Tuesday - the former president of Colombia, Alvaro
The Church of England has sold its shares in News Corporation over concerns about the company's response to the phone-hacking
Rupert Murdoch has stepped down from his role as director of a number of boards linked to his British newspaper titles. The
Daily newspapers will one day provide the most intriguing episodes in the story of how traditional media was tortured and tamed by the digital new wave. But the winners are starting to draw away from the losers in a race many will not finish. Try this hot four of traditional media companies in Europe and the US.
A former newspaper editor has recalled an incident which "undermined" the accuracy of evidence media tycoon Rupert Murdoch