Category Archives: freedom of speech

It started with a tweet

Social media policies are complex things and need very careful thought. Gone are the days of saying no employee is allowed to post about personal views or work. Continue reading

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Another way: reflections on the past 24 hours

I watched the news late last night and was struck by a variety of emotions. Watching some of the footage was definitely shocking but it was clearly a really challenging situation for the police. After more than 20 years working … Continue reading

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┬áIs journalism a lost profession?

It was a momentous day today when I read the final Evening Standard column by Roy Greenlade. In the article he went through charting an amazing transformation in the media over the past 10 years. We have gone from a … Continue reading

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Reflections on a traumatic start to 2015

I feel it is important to reflect on the events this week. It has been a bloody and terrifying start to 2015 and one that will remain with people for a long time. Recent days have been shocking and brutal … Continue reading

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