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The Saudi-led coalition controlling access to Yemen has choked media access, making it almost impossible to report on the conflict   —  The conflict is not getting anything like the media attention it deserves.  —  This article has been co-authored by Ahmed Baider, a fixer based in Yemen's capital Sana'a …
Aug 26, 2017, 9:35 AM - In context

Alan Rusbridger / New Statesman:
As 21st Century Fox seeks approval to take over UK broadcaster Sky, regulators must remember that the Murdochs haven't played by the rules in the past   —  Why the billionaire's bid for Sky should be opposed.  —  Water under the bridge?  That was my gut reaction when - to no one's great surprise …
Mar 11, 2017, 1:35 PM - In context

Ian Hislop / New Statesman:
George Orwell's words remind us that we've been here before, in a place of intolerance of dissent, or even disagreement, about objective truth   —  Why are we so quick to take offence?  The Private Eye editor on Orwell, Trump and the death of debate in post-truth politics.
Dec 7, 2016, 9:45 PM - In context

Amelia Tait / New Statesman:
Reddit CEO Huffman's decision to delete and alter comments on Trump thread amounts to censorship and has eroded the site's credibility with users   —  The ruling of a High Court judge to allow the body of a 14-year-old girl to be cryogenically preserved is another glance at a potential scientific utopia.
Nov 24, 2016, 10:05 AM - In context

David Banks / New Statesman:
UK journalists should fear scrapping of the Human Rights Act as it protects them   —  What has the Human Rights Act done for us?  Quite a lot, as it turns out  —  The European Court of Human Rights and the Human Rights Act have both done a huge amount of good for people in the UK.  —  GOOGLE PLUS ONE
Oct 7, 2014, 9:10 AM - In context

Ian Steadman / New Statesman:
Returning the gaze: everyone's a war reporter in an always-connected world   —  The internet brings war and conflict into homes around the world more immediately than ever before, but with the torrent of data, images and videos comes confusion and propaganda.
Sep 13, 2014, 5:00 AM - In context

Peter Jukes / New Statesman:
Rupert's red top: the rise and fall of Rebekah Brooks   —  Peter Jukes watched the former tabloid editor's extraordinary composure in court on every day of the hacking trial.  Her story tells you everything you need to know about the way power works.  In March, midway through …
Jul 17, 2014, 7:30 AM - In context

Laurie Penny / New Statesman:
From Vox to 538, white guys get feted as the future of journalism while everyone else gets attacked and dismissed   —  Yesterday, I was contacted separately by two distressed friends, both writers, both women.  One is famous, successful, hard as diamond under glass and trying gamely …
Apr 7, 2014, 7:55 PM - In context

Peter Wilby / New Statesman:
Paul Dacre of the Daily Mail: The man who hates liberal Britain   —  He's the most successful and most feared newspaperman of his generation.  But after a bad year in which he was forced to defend his methods, how much longer can Dacre survive as editor-in-chief of the Daily Mail?
Jan 3, 2014, 8:45 AM - In context

George Brock / New Statesman:
Journalism is going to survive this era of creative destruction   —  Here's why.  —  Creative destruction is no fun if it is your livelihood or beloved newspaper that is being destroyed.  But my researches have convinced me that journalism is being adapted, rethought and reconstructed …
Sep 27, 2013, 5:30 PM - In context

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