When a complaint is upheld by the PCC, the editor is obliged to publish it with “due prominence”. … Read the full post »
Read about the peer Baroness Peta Buscombe.
In an unusual and dramatic turn in the long-running story of the News of the World (editor at the time, Andy Coulson) and the hacking into the voicemail systems of people in the public eye… … Read the full post »
A very odd claim in the House of Lords from Baroness Buscombe, Chair of the Press Complaints Commission. … Read the full post »
She’s in favour of the media attacks on the House of Commons, but against those on the House of Lords. … Read the full post »
It’s become a seasonal cliché of British journalism. In the run-up to Christmas there is a flurry of stories about political correctness gone mad as the word Christmas is left to one side by local councils in particular as festive lights get switched on, celebrations run and greetings cards sent out. … Read the full post »
Baroness Buscombe started off by recounting in detail her Conservative Party roots. Odd for a role where the absence of political partisanship is vital. … Read the full post »