Journalism books

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Invasion by Luke Harding review – raw history from the Ukrainian frontline
The Guardian foreign correspondent’s account of the Ukraine war is elegantly written, deeply researched and essential reading

Lyse Doucet

27, Nov, 2022 @11:00 AM

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How to Stand Up to a Dictator by Maria Ressa review – tales of a moral giant
With this important memoir cum manifesto, the Nobel peace prize-winning journalist who took on Facebook and the murderous Duterte regime in the Philippines exposes the abuse of power

John Naughton

20, Nov, 2022 @11:00 AM

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David Dougan obituary
Other lives: xxx

Conal Dougan

14, Nov, 2022 @5:49 PM

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Italy’s PM Meloni sues Gomorrah writer in libel drama over refugee rescue
Anti-mafia journalist to appear in court in Rome over comments made about policy towards migrants drowning in Mediterranean

Ed Vulliamy

13, Nov, 2022 @7:00 AM

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Nobel peace laureate Maria Ressa: ‘In 2024, democracy could fall off a cliff’
The journalist, who is facing prison in the Philippines, talks about the dark side of social media and why truth is being eroded in politics

Zoe Williams

12, Nov, 2022 @12:00 PM

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Audrey Maxwell-Timmins obituary
Other lives: Journalist who was instrumental in helping clergy wives get a better deal after marriage breakdowns

Nicholas Timmins

10, Nov, 2022 @4:42 PM

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Out of the Blue by Harry Cole and James Heale – the salad days of Lettuce Liz Truss
This biography of Britain’s shortest-serving prime minister was overtaken by events, but its lively style and air of authority illuminates her failings

Andrew Anthony

07, Nov, 2022 @9:00 AM

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Show Me the Bodies: How We Let Grenfell Happen review – damning account of deregulation
In writing that is clear and moving, Peter Apps shows how decades of rhetoric against ‘red tape’ set the scene for the fire that killed 72 people – and how some lessons have yet to be learned

Rowan Moore

30, Oct, 2022 @7:00 AM

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No journalist had a deeper sense of history than Ian Jack | Donald Macintyre
Endlessly curious and knowledgeable, the Guardian columnist was renowned for his interest in the industrial working class from which he came

Donald Macintyre

29, Oct, 2022 @4:56 PM

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Neal Ascherson at 90: ‘Journalism was easier in my time. You had more time to think’
The distinguished former Observer foreign correspondent reflects on an extraordinary life – beginning with a horrifying brush with a Luftwaffe machine gunner

Tim Adams

23, Oct, 2022 @7:00 AM

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What Just Happened?! by Marina Hyde review – words as a lethal weapon
Whether mercilessly skewering Boris Johnson or lampooning Brexit, the Guardian journalist’s collected columns demonstrate her wit at its sulphur-tongued best

Peter Conrad

16, Oct, 2022 @10:00 AM

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Eamonn McCabe: a consummate sports photojournalist
The former Observer picture editor died last week, but his work will continue to be seen and admired by friends and the public

Tim Adams

09, Oct, 2022 @8:00 AM

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