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World media chiefs call for EU inquiry into Maltese journalist's murder

World media chiefs call for EU inquiry into Maltese journalist's murder

Guardian editor and BBC news director say Daphne Caruana Galizia’s death is appalling reminder of dangers journalists face The heads of eight of the world’s largest news organisations have called for
'A good column is sometimes like an antenna​e​ that has just picked up the background noise'

'A good column is sometimes like an antenna​e​ that has just picked up the background noise'

Columnist Suzanne Moore considers the art of opinion writing in an occasional series in which Guardian journalists discuss their work and its impactWhen did it become clear you were a columnist? I had
Daily Telegraph 'Brexit mutineers' front page has backfired, say MPs

Daily Telegraph 'Brexit mutineers' front page has backfired, say MPs

Paper was accused of ‘blatant bullying’ over article but Tory rebels pictured have claimed label as a badge of honourA Daily Telegraph front page vilifying 15 Conservative MPs as a band of “Brexit
The Guardian view on ‘the mutineers’: protecting parliament | Editorial

The Guardian view on ‘the mutineers’: protecting parliament | Editorial

They are presented as a threat to democracy. But all MPs who challenge the government play a part in strengthening itThe “mutineers”, the 15 Conservative MPs pictured on the front of Wednesday’s Daily
A mission for journalism in a time of crisis

A mission for journalism in a time of crisis

In a turbulent era, the media must define its values and principles, writes Guardian editor-in-chief Katharine Viner• Katharine Viner: in our turbulent times, we need good journalism more than ever
Benedict Allen coverage shows the UK media is stuck in the era of empire

Benedict Allen coverage shows the UK media is stuck in the era of empire

The Yaifo of Papua New Guinea, minding their own business, have been portrayed as savages. Journalists can do better than thisOnce, when I was about 13 and desperate for books about my mother’s
Early steps to trace and block the trolls who spread fake news | Open door | Paul Chadwick

Early steps to trace and block the trolls who spread fake news | Open door | Paul Chadwick

For those journalists who seek truth and take seriously their role to facilitate democracy, it is imperative to expose deception and masquerading voicesFakery has long infected public debate in
China flushing out urban hygiene issues | Brief letters

China flushing out urban hygiene issues | Brief letters

Chinese public toilets | Guardian letters | Cuttlefish signalling | Driverless boats | Productivity | Paddington 2Your report on Xi Jinping’s drive to improve China’s public toilets (Xi Jinping makes
Praljak and Goering: the suicides of two war criminals raise questions and tell a story | Open door

Praljak and Goering: the suicides of two war criminals raise questions and tell a story | Open door

When justice is thwarted, the value to the public of journalists as independent observers is reaffirmed The suicide by poisoning of a Bosnian Croat war criminal in a courtroom at The Hague last week
Anna Soubry receives messages calling for her to be hanged as a traitor

Anna Soubry receives messages calling for her to be hanged as a traitor

One of 11 Conservative MPs who defied government whips over Brexit says she is worried for her staff who see abusive messages firstAnna Soubry, one of the 11 Conservative MPs who defied government
Why free hospital parking isn't as good as it sounds | Peter Walker

Why free hospital parking isn't as good as it sounds | Peter Walker

It sounds like an inarguable idea – indeed the Daily Mirror and Jeremy Corbyn are in favour – but the more you look into it, the worse an idea it becomesThe Daily Mirror has an illustrious history of
Sarah Ferguson claims £45m in damages from Murdoch’s News Group

Sarah Ferguson claims £45m in damages from Murdoch’s News Group

Duchess of York reportedly blames Mazher Mahmood sting for loss of business opportunities Sarah Ferguson has reportedly demanded about £45m from Rupert Murdoch, claiming the now defunct News of the
Guardian reports 11.3% gender pay gap

Guardian reports 11.3% gender pay gap

Difference between men and women in editorial is 7.4% The gender pay gap at Guardian News & Media is 11.3% – calculated by mean hourly pay – the company has reported as part of the government’s
The case for abolishing online anonymity | Letters

The case for abolishing online anonymity | Letters

The Guardian requires a name, address and phone number for all of its letter-writers, points out Dr Monica Threlfall. Nigel Gann, Michael Rundell and Martin Davidson air their thoughts on Cambridge
Egypt expels British journalist, raising fears for press ahead of election

Egypt expels British journalist, raising fears for press ahead of election

Arrest and deportation of Bel Trew, a correspondent for the Times, is the latest incident in an unprecedented crackdownEgyptian authorities threatened a British journalist with a military trial and
Royal wedding: Meghan Markle's bridesmaids and pageboys announced

Royal wedding: Meghan Markle's bridesmaids and pageboys announced

Princess Charlotte and Prince George given roles as attendance of Meghan Markle’s father still uncertainAs Meghan Markle’s father looked increasingly unlikely to be walking her down the aisle on
Times article comparing Mike Ashley to Kim Jong-un was fair, Ipso rules

Times article comparing Mike Ashley to Kim Jong-un was fair, Ipso rules

Sports Direct boss complained to press regulator over comment likening him to North Korea leaderMike Ashley, the boss of Sports Direct, can be legitimately compared to the despotic North Korean
Daily Mail removes 'Powder Keg Paris' report after complaints

Daily Mail removes 'Powder Keg Paris' report after complaints

Article claimed 300,000 ‘illegal migrants’ were living in crime-ridden suburb of Saint-Denis The Daily Mail has removed a report from its website that described the French capital as “Powder Keg
Alan Rusbridger: who broke the news?

Alan Rusbridger: who broke the news?

The former editor-in-chief of the Guardian looks back on two decades that changed journalism for ever. By Alan RusbridgerBy early 2017 the world had woken up to a problem that, with a mixture of
Labour figures slam claim that Michael Foot was paid by Soviets

Labour figures slam claim that Michael Foot was paid by Soviets

Jeremy Corbyn, Neil Kinnock and John McDonnell condemn re-emergence of claim eight years after ex-Labour leader’s deathSenior Labour figures and the family of former party leader Michael Foot have