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Drawing the line on inciting hatred

 

There has been widespread debate this week about coverage of Muslims in the press. Unlike the Editors’ Code of Practice, the new IMPRESS Standards Code protects groups vulnerable to discrimination…

Who Can You Trust? Rachel Botsman to speak in member event

 

If you can't trust those in charge, who can you trust? 

From government to business, banks to media, trust in institutions is at an all-time low. But this isn't the age…

"Fake news is contaminating journalism..."

In a speech at Westminster Media Forum, Jonathan Heawood highlighted the threat to journalism fake news has become.
Delegates came from all over the world to hear about, and comment…

Award made in first IMPRESS arbitration

An arbitrator has made an award of damages in the first legal dispute to be resolved under the IMPRESS arbitration scheme.

Dennis Rice, the claimant, contacted IMPRESS to make a request…

Does Philanthropy Represent a Future Funding Approach for Independent Journalism?

At a time of increasing fragility in the funding of news publishing, a new report is calling for a more open discussion between news organisations and potential funders and suggests…

Bringing Back the Trust - IMPRESS Publishers Share their Reasons for Joining

As IMPRESS gains its 50th publisher, we ask new and established members why they want to be part of the UK’s newest regulator.

IMPRESS has come a long way since it…