The Counter-Leveson Inquiry
David Dinsmore, editor of the Sun, on the challenges to press freedom.
Tabloid-bashing crusaders enabled the state to treat journalists like jihadists.
Post-Leveson, even Tory sex scandals are deemed unacceptable.
When it’s Britain’s secret police hacking the tabloid Sun, that is.
Must-reads from the past week
Now we know: anti-hacking hysteria was just a flag of convenience.
The phone-hacking scandal is being used to criminalise investigative journalism.
The bigger issue behind the phone-hacking trials is the future of a free press.
If the US is to remain committed to press freedom, ‘reporter's privilege’ must be extended to all.
Luke Harding's book reads like an unwitting parody of Guardianista narcissism.