Prime Minister’s Questions are often a topic of hot debates and claims – meaning nowhere else is the word ‘libel’ banded around as much.
One of the most complex and least understood defence for defamation is the public interest defence.
There will be “no prospect” of universities becoming exempted from the Freedom of Information Act. The commission reviewing the act, headed by former justice secretary Jack Straw suggested the way to “level [the] playing field” would be to roll out the act to private firms who compete with public funded…
As the first term of university fades into distant memory, many student journalists will be heading home for the holidays.
Welcome back to the final instalment of the News in November series, where we’ll be looking at the criminal justice system.
Welcome back to the second part of the News in November series, where we’ll be looking at the police and crimes
Almost 130 people died in a terrorist attack in Paris last Friday, just weeks after a Russian plan was downed in apparent attack while flying over Egypt. How, if at all, should students report on these atrocities?
The simplicity in news writing is often overlooked and it’s often considered to better to be the first to post the story, rather than get everything right.
You’ll see stories based on freedom of information requests (FoIs) all the time, but what are they and how can you use them?
As you’ll probably know by now, this week is Halloween (pumpkin gin anyone?), and it’s almost a dead cert a few crimes are going to be committed.