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Press is a ‘cornerstone of an open society’, says Culture Secretary

Oliver Dowden has urged the public to buy newspapers which are providing a “vital public service” by providing the public with access to trusted and accurate information during the coronavirus outbreak. The Culture Secretary pointed to News Media Association figures...

‘All in, all together’ campaign launched

The government and the newspaper industry have formed a three-month advertising partnership to help keep the public safe and the nation united throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. The “All in, all together” campaign idea was developed by the newspaper industry and...

MPs back newspapers for being ‘lifeblood of the community’

The News Media Association (NMA) has highlighted support from more than 100 MPs for the work of the news media amid the ongoing Covid-19 crisis. The support from across the political spectrum has seen MPs highlight the vital work of the news industry in providing the...

Awards shortlists announced

The London Press Club today announced the shortlists for its annual awards. The Times and the Mail groups head those lined-up to win. In a tumultuous year of politics and finance dominated by Brexit, the FT and the BBC are also among those being put forward by the...

Nick Ferrari to chair awards

Journalist and broadcaster Nick Ferrari is to be the chairman of the judges for the 2020 London Press Club Awards. He takes over from Fleet Street editor Bill Hagerty. The awards are among the most high profile and include those for national daily and Sunday...
Tributes to broadcaster, journalist and campaigner Lynn Faulds Wood have poured in following her sudden death on Friday. London Press
Oliver Dowden has urged the public to buy newspapers which are providing a “vital public service” by providing the public
Coronavirus may have taken over the public discourse but has it kicked the threat to the BBC into the long
THE widow of a former Evening Standard production editor who died of coronavirus has paid tribute to a “wonderful man”. Brian Hood
The government and the newspaper industry have formed a three-month advertising partnership to help keep the public safe and the
Former Evening Standard deputy editor Peter Boyer has died after a long illness. Peter Boyer headed the daily editorial production
The News Media Association (NMA) has highlighted support from more than 100 MPs for the work of the news media
The rapid spread of covid-19 is significantly impacting the lives of millions of people worldwide. The Rory Peck Trust is

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