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JK Rowling will be followed as guest editor of Woman's Hour by Kelly Holmes, Naomi Alderman, Doreen Lawrence, and Lauren Laverne. Photograph: Carlo Allegri/Reuters JK Rowling will be a guest editor on Woman's Hour later this month, the Harry Potter
nothing to with anger at Maria Miller, it was only raised because her special adviser, Jo Hindley, mentioned it to a Daily Telegraph reporter. Photograph: Graeme Robertson for the Guardian Maria Miller was forced to resign as culture and media
Culture Secretary Maria Miller was brought down by a media witch hunt because of her involvement in Lord Justice Leveson's reforms of the press, according to a warped theory adopted by her few political supporters...Unlike Labour's Tessa Jowell, who
Nick Carter for the Guardian The British Press awards in the past the scene of much bad behaviour have been a bit subdued recently. Not surprising perhaps when you consider the phone-hacking/ Leveson inquiry context in which they've been held.
A new poll suggests 80% of the public believe Maria Miller should be sacked as Culture Secretary from the Cabinet, stripped of her responsibility for press regulation and thrown out of the House of Commons. Nearly three-quarters of 1,001 voters
A transcript of a conversation in which Maria Miller's aide highlights her role in the Leveson inquiry to a journalist investigating the culture secretary's expenses has been released. In the phone call from 2012, Joanna Hindley, Mrs Miller's special
No 10 denies threatening Telegraph over Miller expenses story Craig Oliver said there was no link between his intervention and the Leveson inquiry on press regulation The prime minister's official spokesman has denied threatening the Daily Telegraph
Professor of Media and Communications at London School of Economics One fact that can unite all sides in the post-Leveson press regulation debate is that the world now thinks British journalists are less free and less likely to be free in the future.
Share Just as the traditional baguette is being displaced in French households by the Anglo-Saxon supermarket loaf, so too do we find the usual restraint shown by the French media in reporting the private lives of their leaders being elbowed aside by
Newspaper publishers have announced the latest stage in their creation of their new regulator, the Independent Press Standards Organisation ( Ipso ). The former judge who chairs the "foundation group", Lord Phillips of Worth Matravers , and the