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London Press Club to kick off 2016 with three major debates

Three major debates will kick off the New Year for the London Press Club. The debates will begin with a high-profile panel examining the arguments over Freedom of the Press against the need for surveillance and access by investigators into emails. This will be followed by a joint event with a US Presidential voting lobby on an

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Journalist Carols at St Bride’s

Luther Pendragon and St Bride’s Church, Fleet Street, invite London Press Club members and supporters to the annual Christmas carol service in aid of the Journalists’ Charity on Monday December 21 at 6.30pm. This year’s guest readers are: Alex Brummer, Daily Mail city editor; Tony Gallagher, Sun editor-in-chief; Bryony Gordon, Telegraph columnist; Mishal Husain, BBC

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Starmer and Sun stand off at press freedom debate

Fears from within the media about government threats to press freedom are not yet shared by the general public, a YouGov poll carried out for a London Press Club/Society of Editors debate on the subject has shown. Almost half of those from the media surveyed believe that freedom of the press is under threat from

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London Press Club Awards: Who will win?

This year’s London Press Club Awards Lunch – the annual celebration of the best of print, digital and broadcast journalism – takes place on April 14 at Stationers’ Hall. The event is now completely sold out, but if you can’t join us in person you can follow all that is happening on Twitter with @LondonPressClub #LPCawards

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