A summary of IPSO’s response to complaints made about this article.
We are currently receiving complaints about a Mail on Sunday concerning Deputy Leader of the Labour Party Angela Rayner. We are dealing with these under our normal procedures.
The NCTJ and IPSO have partnered to create a free, interactive e-learning course based on key requirements of the Editors' Code and key IPSO rulings.
Due to the high level of interest in the complaint from Doctors' Association UK (DAUK), IPSO is providing a summary of its response along with further information which may be helpful.
IPSO pays tribute to Board member Lara Fielden, who sadly died last month.
Charlotte appeared on the panel for the launch of the Royal United Services Institute think tanks latest report on the findings on the dynamics and factors contributing to the impact of reporting on terrorism.
IPSO responds to PRP's fifth annual report on the recognition system.
IPSO disputes unsupported accusations contained in Hacked Off report and details ongoing work on editorial standards around the reporting of Covid-19
Find out about how we are supporting responsible reporting during the pandemic and the outcomes of complaints about Covid.
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