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Liddle was wrong to write Lawrence trial article, and the Spectator was wrong to publish it

Brian Cathcart: Liddle was wrong to write Lawrence trial article, and the Spectator was wrong to publish it

Free speech? Not when a newspaper sets a private eye on a journalist

Brian Cathcart: Free speech? Not when a newspaper sets a private eye on a journalist

Leveson: Time to lift the lid on Motorman

Brian Cathcart: Time for Leveson lift the lid on Motorman

The Sun, the baby and the bathwater

Brian Cathcart: The Sun, the baby and the bathwater

In praise of the hacked — civil litigants exposed News International

Brian Cathcart: In praise of phone-hacking civil litigants --- they exposed News International

The Daily Mail and Hugh Grant – flagrant intimidation

Brian Cathcart: The Daily Mail and Hugh Grant - flagrant intimidation

The Lord Chief Justice, the law and the PCC

Brian Cathcart: The Lord Chief Justice, the law and the PCC

The press we deserve?

Brian Cathcart: The press we deserve?

Hacking: Myler and Crone point to Murdoch

Brian Cathcart on a very different day at parliament for ex News of the World men Myler and Crone

Courts and controversy

The UK press may show more restraint in reporting of high-profile cases if contempt laws are vigorously enforced, says Brian Cathcart

The PCC rearranges the deckchairs

Brian Cathcart: The PCC rearranges the deckchairs

Some ideas for the Daily Mail’s review of editorial procedures

Brian Cathcart: Some ideas for the Daily Mail’s review of editorial procedures