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Jasper Jackson is a freelance journalist and media columnist for the New Statesman.
There is no obvious justification for naming the writer and psychiatrist but we shouldn’t rush to judgement without all the facts.
The public may not like the questions reporters ask at No 10 press briefings, but their scrutiny of ministers is more essential than ever.
While anti-5G conspiracy theorists attack infrastructure vital to hospitals, other fake stories are embedding dangerous behaviour.
Social distancing will accelerate the decline of the print sales that have sustained many media organisations.
To ensure its advice is effective, Downing Street must avoid anonymous and contradictory statements.
Sales of the title have fallen from four million in the Nineties to just 1.25 million and it has recorded a £68m loss. But Rupert Murdoch’s commitment to the paper endures.
As Rupert Murdoch’s new venture poaches BBC presenters, what does the future of British broadcasting look like?
But declaring war on the lobby may not be the best way to do it.
The 2010s saw the continued decline of smoking, partly helped by substitutes that have thrown up their own concerns.
Different approaches to misinformation by the leading parties could have an impact on the election.