Deaths and inquests guidance

This guidance provides editors and journalists with a framework for thinking through issues around the reporting of deaths and inquests and includes examples of relevant decisions by IPSO’s Complaints Committee.

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  • Deaths and inquests guidance

    This guidance provides editors and journalists with a framework for thinking through issues around the reporting of deaths and inquests and includes examples of relevant decisions by IPSO’s...

  • Court reporting

    This guidance is intended to provide a framework to editors and journalists on how the Editors’ Code applies to court reporting and includes case studies of relevant decisions...

  • Guidance on reporting major incidents

    This guidance is currently being updated. You can download the current guidance on this page.

  • Social media guidance

    This social media guidance provides a framework for thinking through questions about reporting material taken from social media and some examples of relevant decisions by IPSO’s Complaints Committee.

  • Sexual offences guidance

    This guidance provides editors and journalists with a framework for thinking through important questions related to the reporting of sexual offences and examples of relevant decisions by IPSO’s...

  • Prominence in digital media guidance

    This guidance explains how IPSO makes decisions on the prominence with which editors must publish remedies to breaches of the Editors’ Code in digital media.

  • Sex and gender identity guidance

    This guidance provides editors and journalists with a framework for thinking through considerations around the reporting of sex and gender identity and includes examples of relevant decisions by...

  • Due prominence in printed media

    This guidance explains how IPSO makes decisions on the prominence with which editors must publish remedies in printed media (or in electronically-rendered print editions).