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IMPRESS and the Public Interest News Foundation welcome the Government’s response to the Cairncross Review but urge ‘deeper, faster’ support for independent publishers

28 January 2020

IMPRESS and the Public Interest News Foundation have welcomed the Government’s positive response to the Cairncross Review. However, the two organisations have urged the Government to…

GUEST BLOG | New Media Guidelines for Reporting on Muslims and Islam

By Peter Hopkins, Professor at Newcastle University.

New media guidelines about reporting on Muslims and Islam in Scotland were published in November 2019. These were written by Uzma Mir, former…

The IMPRESS PODCAST | EPISODE #7 - The Challenges of Family Court Reporting with Transparency Project Member, Louise Tickle.

In the latest episode of the IMPRESS podcast, IMPRESS Complaints and Investigations Manager Lexie Kirkconnell-Kawana speaks to freelance journalist and member of the Transparency Project, Louise Tickle, about the challenges…

The IMPRESS PODCAST | EPISODE #6 - Sorting Fact from Fiction: Polling and the 2019 General Election with IPSOS Mori CEO Ben Page

Following on from the recent publication of joint IMPRESS-Market Research Society guidance for journalists on using polls and surveys when reporting,…

Family Court: New Guidance on Reporting Restrictions

On 29 October 2019, The President of the Family Division, Sir Andrew McFarlane, issued new guidance for reporting in the Family Courts to ‘assist the court, the parties and…

IMPRESS and MRS publish guidance on reporting on opinion polls ahead of general election

IMPRESS, the UK’s independent press regulator, and MRS (Market Research Society), have released guidance on ‘Using surveys and polling data in your journalism’.

After a consultation period which took place between…