The information, which is intended to support editors and journalists to comply with the Editors’ Code, explains how key clauses of the Code including Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 12 (Discrimination) apply to reporting in this area. It outlines key questions for journalists to consider and includes relevant case studies.
IPSO welcomes new members Bodmin Voice, Newquay Voice, St Austell Voice, Truro Voice, The Sunday Independent and Cornwall Today.
Press regulator appoints Charlotte Dewar as Chief Executive and four new Board members
Charlotte Dewar, formerly IPSO's Director of Operations, is appointed Acting Chief Executive.
IPSO has appointed Geraldine Allinson, Director of Iliffe Media, as a member of its Appointments Panel.
Comment on Lord Faulks’ work in the Astana International Financial Centre (AIFC) in response to article in Saturday's Observer article.
The Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO) has announced the appointment of Barry McIlheney, CEO of the industry body for all UK magazine media, to its Board.
Articles published today in Buzzfeed and The Guardian misrepresent IPSO’s anti-harassment private advisory notice service and complaints handling.
IPSO has today announced it has agreed changes to its rules and regulations with its regulated publishers.
IPSO has today announced that all major publishers in membership – which includes most national and almost all local newspapers and magazines – have chosen to remain part of the IPSO system of independent, voluntary self-regulation for the next five years.
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@IpsoNews 27th Nov 2020
Mail Online removes article to resolve IPSO complaint bit.ly/2JiJYSa https://t.co/xbgfZJ1MpG
@IpsoNews 26th Nov 2020
Jewish Chronicle was entitled to express its view on whether subject material had breached the IHRA definition of a… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…