Debate around the web

In links on June 2, 2009 at 2:15 pm

The culture media and sport select committee has published the (uncorrected) transcript of the evidence it heard from Sir Anthony Clarke, Sir Rupert Jackson and Jack Straw.

Barbara Follett, the minister responsible for the PCC, has given oral evidence to the committee today and the highlights are captured by

Ofcom has no plans to investigate Britain’s Got Talent after Susan Boyle was taken to hospital – via Media Guardian.

Ed Stivala (@N3W_Media) says: “Bored with MP stories now when can we turn on the Media and publicly investigate all their grubby little secrets? What do you mean we can’t?”

The PCC has censured the Sunday World for two inaccurate stories regarding the partner of Gerry McHugh MLA headlined “Sinn Fein MLA dumps wife for Brit army general’s daughter” and “Love rat McHugh dumped by Brit lover”, published in the Sunday World on 27 January 2008 and 10 August 2008.

Mark Pack writes in support of a recent judgement by Justice Eady.


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