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On 19th July this year the UK Supreme Court ruled on a case that had previously been known as PNM v Times Newspapers. It is one of the most significant media law judgements this century. If the media had not been successful it is arguable that Open Justice as a …

It is just a sheet of almost A4 sized cotton paper and printed on one side by Thomas Harrison in Warwick Street. This is one of the first newspapers published in Britain. The London Gazette was government owned. It published official information and during times of war would be the …

The announcement that the sacked Conservative Party Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, was going to take over from Sarah Sands as editor of the London Evening Standard has been greeted with incredulity. The presenter of the BBC’s Daily and Sunday Politics programme, Andrew Neil, initially thought it was ‘fake …