Jan Moir

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Daily Mail and Jan Moir present a disunited front on Laura Kuenssberg
The Newsnight presenter’s appointment as BBC political editor shouldn’t be about gender, says the columnist, but a certain paper appears to disagree


24, Jul, 2015 @9:42 AM

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Katherine Jenkins ran the marathon and still looked good. So what? | Giles Fraser
Giles Fraser: The Daily Mail columnist Jan Moir's criticism of the singer for looking flawless at the London marathon was sheer tabloid hypocrisy

Giles Fraser

23, Apr, 2013 @2:42 PM

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Katherine Jenkins: fighting the Daily Mail one tweet at a time

When columnist Jan Moir suggested that the Welsh singer looked suspiciously glam as she completed the London Marathon, Jenkins offered a few well-chosen words in return

23, Apr, 2013 @11:56 AM

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Clare Balding's Games coverage is Olympic gold
Stuart Heritage: London 2012 BBC presenter is setting Twitter alight and earning high praise from the most unlikely quarters

Stuart Heritage

02, Aug, 2012 @12:26 PM

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Life is tweet, says John Prescott, as Twitter reaches 10m milestone
Former deputy prime minister says UK tweeters have finally helped to make press barons accountable

John Prescott

15, May, 2012 @4:06 PM

Prince William damaged? How does the Daily Mail writer know?

Roy Greenslade: Article by Jan Moir unfairly presents psychological speculation about the prince as fact

Roy Greenslade

22, Apr, 2011 @10:12 AM

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Jan Moir tastes Lord Sugar's bitter Twitter venom | Media Monkey

Media Monkey: The Apprentice star hits out at Daily Mail columnist


08, Feb, 2011 @3:25 PM

Andy Gray: our Jan Moir | Tanya Gold
Tanya Gold: Who would ever have guessed that it would be football that struck out for gender equality?

Tanya Gold

27, Jan, 2011 @8:30 AM

Why I reluctantly disagree with the PCC over its Balding-Gill ruling

Adrian Gill's remark about Clare Balding was offensive - but we have to uphold press freedom

Roy Greenslade

17, Sep, 2010 @8:00 AM

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Press Complaints Commission is not toothless, says chair
Lady Buscombe says editors take notice of upheld complaints – but newspapers have right to publish 'unpalatable' opinions

Caroline Davies

19, May, 2010 @4:00 AM

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Jan Moir's Stephen Gately column shows papers should have an in-house watchdog
The PCC adjudication over the Jan Moir column about Stephen Gately highlights the need for a watchdog within newspapers

Ian Mayes

22, Feb, 2010 @7:05 AM

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Comment is free – until the crowd makes Ofcom nervous
The PCC ruled that Jan Moir was free to say what she wanted about Stephen Gately, even though it was 'tasteless and offensive'. Ofcom's code says something very different about freedom

Peter Preston

21, Feb, 2010 @12:05 AM

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