Press intrusion

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News of the World: 10 years since phone-hacking scandal brought down tabloid
On the anniversary of the Murdoch-owned newspaper’s final issue, journalists reflect on the Guardian expose that sealed its fate

Jim Waterson

10, Jul, 2021 @6:00 AM

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Max Mosley, privacy campaigner and outspoken FIA president, dies aged 81
The former Formula One president Max Mosley has died at the age of 81

Jim Waterson Media editor

24, May, 2021 @6:29 PM

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Gleeful point-scoring over ‘BBC Diana shame’ stinks of hypocrisy
As an ex-Sun editor put it, ‘those in glass houses’ should note the wrongs exposed were typical of tabloids

Jane Martinson

21, May, 2021 @5:36 PM

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Sienna Miller: 'I go in and negotiate as if I’m a man'
The actor talks about the struggle for pay parity, sympathising with Britney Spears, fond memories of Chadwick Boseman – and her frustration at tabloid headlines overshadowing her work

Ryan Gilbey

26, Feb, 2021 @8:00 AM

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Whatever you think of Harry and Meghan, their media critics are far worse | Marina Hyde
Self-appointed ‘defenders of the royal family’s honour’ may want to have a good, hard look at themselves, says Guardian columnist Marina Hyde

Marina Hyde

16, Feb, 2021 @3:04 PM

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The Rise of the Murdoch Dynasty documentary spoiler: 10 things you need to know
The three-part epic made by the BBC comes to Australia on the ABC and has something for Rupert Murdoch lovers and haters

Amanda Meade

18, Sep, 2020 @8:00 PM

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Tom Watson is no friend of a free press | Letters
Letters: Tim Luckhurst is unimpressed by the former Labour deputy leader’s enthusiasm for state-sanctioned regulation of newspapers, while Nathan Sparkes of Hacked Off says robust, independent regulation must be introduced


01, Mar, 2020 @6:15 PM

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Why the calls for legal curbs on the press? Because the watchdog has no teeth | Polly Toynbee
Calls for ‘Caroline’s law’ miss the point. What’s sorely missing is a genuinely independent regulator, says Guardian columnist Polly Toynbee

Polly Toynbee

27, Feb, 2020 @4:24 PM

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After Caroline Flack’s death, it’s time to hold the press to account | Letters
Letters: Freedom of the press should be balanced with the need for sensible regulations to protect vulnerable people, writes David Wolfe QC, while Nick Moss questions the CPS’s basis for prosecuting the TV presenter


23, Feb, 2020 @5:09 PM

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Does showbiz press have Caroline Flack's 'blood on its hands'?
Celebrities criticise media following presenter’s death but reporters describe more complicated web of relationships

Esther Addley and Jim Waterson

21, Feb, 2020 @6:53 PM

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Caroline Flack: politicians condemn press intrusion after presenter's death
ITV says Sunday’s Love Island will not be broadcast as calls mount for regulation of traditional and social media

Kate Proctor Political correspondent

17, Feb, 2020 @9:39 AM

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For Harry and Meghan, Canadian media's respect for privacy is good news
Despite recent paparazzi photos of the family, journalists set a high bar for intrusive stories: ‘We kind of leave people be’

Selena Ross in Montreal

24, Jan, 2020 @8:01 AM

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