Stephen Gately

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The 30 best boyband members – ranked!
From the Osmonds’ Donny to BTS’s Jimin, boybands have produced some brilliant performers behind the hair gel. Ahead of the release of Zayn Malik’s new album, we list the greatest

Michael Cragg

13, Dec, 2018 @1:00 PM

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Boyzone – review

There were synchronised jacket removals and earnest ballads aplenty – but newer, more reflective material suggests that Ronan Keating's boys have become men, writes Dave Simpson

Dave Simpson

11, Dec, 2013 @1:56 PM

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A green light for the redtops | Richard Peppiatt
Richard Peppiatt: That you can't libel the dead under English law means an apology is simply the cost of doing business for tabloid editors

Richard Peppiatt

31, Mar, 2011 @3:16 PM

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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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Media Talk podcast: The PCC ruling on Moir/Gately

Was the PCC right to upholding Jan Moir's right to be offensive about Stephen Gately? Plus, Radio 2 is told to do more for older listeners; the launch of SeeSaw; and problems at Reader's Digest UK. With Matt Wells, Maggie Brown, Steve Busfield and Stephen Brook

Presented by Matt Wells and produced by Ben Green

19, Feb, 2010 @8:00 AM

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The PCC's brave ruling over Jan Moir and Stephen Gately | Jonathan Heawood

Jonathan Heawood: With its intellectually coherent and courageous decision, the PCC has bitten hard on a trend towards glamorising 'offence'

Jonathan Heawood

18, Feb, 2010 @2:30 PM

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PCC ruling leaves press in the gutter | Gary Nunn
Gary Nunn: The press complaints body could have restored gay people's confidence in it. By not acting over Jan Moir, it blew that chance

Gary Nunn

18, Feb, 2010 @2:00 PM

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Gay rights group criticises PCC after Jan Moir/Stephen Gately decision

Ben Summerskill of Stonewall says it is hard to recommend anyone from a minority community to complain to the PCC. By Chris Tryhorn

Chris Tryhorn

18, Feb, 2010 @12:47 PM

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The row over Jan Moir's Stephen Gately column: timeline
The row over How the online outcry over the Daily Mail journalist's article on the Boyzone singer prompted record complaints to the PCC. By Chris Tryhorn

Chris Tryhorn

18, Feb, 2010 @11:40 AM

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PCC rejects complaint over Jan Moir column about Stephen Gately's death

Commission rules that censuring 'uncomfortable' remarks would represent 'a slide towards censorship'

James Robinson

17, Feb, 2010 @10:16 PM

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