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We’re too easily offended

The Starkey brouhaha follows a well-trodden path says John Kampfner. Curmudgeonly man says something crass. Somebody gets cross.

We're too easily offended

John Kampfner: We're too easily offended

We're too easily offended

John Kampfner: We're too easily offended

On the Record

John Kampfner: On the Record

News of the World fallout could change Britain’s media culture

Axing the PCC means re-examining the balance of privacy v public interest – but will investigative journalism pay the price?
PLUS: Rohan Jayasekera: Making a courtroom drama out of a media crisis
John Kampfner: Britain’s media must start policing itself

Don't forget, it was good journalism that exposed phone hacking

John Kampfner: Don't forget, it was good journalism that exposed phone hacking

Britain’s media must start policing itself

No one can now be in any doubt about the depths to which some in the British media will sink to get a story. John Kampfner reports

Privacy concerns should not be used as excuse to bash press

John Kampfner: Privacy concerns should not be used as excuse to bash press

Art Troitsky’s only crimes are humour and irreverence

John Kampfner writes about his friend Art Troitsky who faces prison for calling "pro-Kremlin" star a poodle

An inquiry into press practice will be good for free speech

John Kampfner: An inquiry into press practice will be good for free speech

The worrying rise of the rich man’s weapon of justice

In the week that super-injunctions broke new legal ground, John Kampfner attacks a growing threat to press freedom

At last a blow to oligarchs

John Kampfner: At last a blow to oligarchs