A policeman due to testify at an inquest into the deaths of five teenagers in a car crash while apparently being chased by police has withdrawn a bid for anonymity after objections by the bereaved families and the Press Association.
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The UK newspaper industry has a “new confidence” which will ensure the printed media is around for a long time to come, according to Society of Editors executive director Bob Satchwell. The former editor, who was at the helm of
Around 5,000 copies will be hand-delivered each week in bid to reach new readers
Tandem dive for Royston Crow writer pencilled in for the summer
Coroner heard ex-newsman had a history of anxiety but there was no proof he intended to kill himself
Paper launches initiatives to find out what readers really think about its content and their country
Chris Bullivant junior has become managing director of family-owned Observer Standard Newspapers, succeeding his mother Pat. The 35-year-old has previously held various roles within the company, which publishes titles such as the Worcester Standard, Bromsgrove Standard and Stratford Observer. Pat
Petty Officer turned picture editor returns to islands 25 years after serving during conflict
Reporter was twice offered sex as he uncovered local prostitution business
Archant London’s head of circulation, Steve Fenton, has climbed the highest mountain in Wales, Mount Snowdon. The newspaper man braved 100mph winds and horizontal hail, but despite atrocious weather conditions – which forced him to come down the mountain and
Text messages flood in for popular daily in-paper contest
More than 100 MPs have now signed a parliamentary petition in support of the National Union of Journalists’ Journalism Matters campaign. The Early Day Motion has been given cross-party backing, with 110 MPs so far putting their name to it.
Raft of key appointments are made as Andy Chatfield makes training move
North East title is latest to cater for new audience
Proposals to allow TV cameras into court are still under discussion by the Government, according to a spokeswoman from the Department for Constitutional Affairs. Constitutional Secretary Lord Falconer is still working on proposals on televising criminal trials, even though he