The head of news at the BBC, Fran Unsworth, has said that the judgment “creates a significant shift against press freedom.” No. It doesn’t.
The 6 March was an anniversary that Jill and I couldn’t forget. Even though she is no longer here, I still won’t forget.
A new law won’t increase organ donation. Talking about it will.
Responding to comments by Martin Daubney on the Sky News newspaper review about Jane Moore’s column in The Sun today, Gavin Drake argues that it is right to create a “toxic time” for abusers.
The Oxfam sex abuse scandal isn’t an Oxfam-problem but one that affects all of society; and we all need to act to time to call time on abuse – wherever it occurs.
It is a rule of journalism that the answer to any question asked in a headline is usually “No!”
A disturbing attitude towards gender-based violence links the Presidents Club furore and complaints about Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby’s handling of the accusation against Bishop George Bell. Both cases reveal one of the most pervasive rape-myths that frustrates justice for too many victims.
Don’t let people tell you that you should be miserable, just so a PR company can sell something.
Toby Young’s decision to resign as a non-executive director of the embryonic quango Office for Students is to be welcomed. As is his “unreserved apology” for his past comments that made his appointment untenable. Even though his unreserved apology is somewhat reserved. His statement suggests…
Yesterday, during an interview with Ed Stourton on BBC Radio Four’s Sunday programme, I mentioned a video produced by church leaders in Fiji (listen here, from 12’22”). The ecumenical campaign saw Anglican, Roman Catholic, Orthodox, Salvation Army, Methodist, evangelical and other church leaders deliver a…