To celebrate Journalism Matters Week, Communication and Public Affairs Officer Hanno Fenech writes about the importance of local news.
Lord Faulks discusses IPSO's privacy notices, harassment services and arbitration scheme in The Times.
Complaints Officer Alice Gould explains why journalists make approaches after a death, what the rules are, and how IPSO can help.
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Communications & Public Affairs Officer Hanno Fenech explores the application of Private Advisory Notices in reference to recent decisions of the IPSO Complaints Committee.
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Standards Officer Rosemary Douce on how the recently relaunched Samaritans media guidelines can help journalists covering deaths by suicide.
Press regulator appoints Charlotte Dewar as Chief Executive and four new Board members
Standards Officer Rosemary Douce reviews the 2019 Annual Statements
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