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Saturday, February 25, 2017

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Snoopers-Charter

Journalists warned on “snoopers’ charter”

Journalists should challenge threats of a “new snoopers’ charter” contained in the Government’s draft investigatory powers act, drawn up in part to fight terrorism, because it gives the State “a blank cheque” to spy on citizens and threatens investigative journalism. Heather Brooke, the journalist who exposed the MPs expenses scandal, and Shami Chakrabarti, director of Liberty,

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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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