It was forced to remove the entire article, which was riddled with misinformation.
Global editors and journalists are debating whether their news coverage alienates half the world’s population.
What, you thought it was just you who hurled witty comments from your sofa, happily slagging things off? We all do; that’s the whole point.
Why we need to protect FOI.
The former London mayor lashed out at the Labour MP Kevan Jones who has spoken openly about his mental health problems and suffering from depression.
The Labour leader said the events were given "hardly any publicity".
Actual audience behaviour is increasingly impacting on journalistic decision-making – it’s not just journalists’ fault anymore.
All the confusion, power and excitement of the Sixties could be seen unfolding in its teenage pop press.
Bond's violence is only "moderate"? Yes, I know there’s eye-gouging in King Lear but at least you get great poetry with it.
Would the Republican candidates have let Hitler's mother teminate her pregnancy?
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