Anthony Fletcher: How the Daily Record lied about me - and didn't get away with it
Anthony Fletcher, a sperm donor who was wrongly accused by the Daily Record of illegal activity, writes about his complaint to IPSO which was upheld with an apology on the front page, and offers an explanation as to why such a big mistake could have been made.
“Muslim problem” column prompts demand for inquiry on media racism
Journalist union calls for stronger approach to preventing racism in print
THE Independent Press Standards Organisation (Ipso) is under pressure to launch an inquiry following an outcry over an “inflammatory” column by a board member.
Press regulator finds in favour of Express "widespread" violence indyref claims
IPSO called in to investigate accuracy of indyref claims
THE BODY that regulates the UK press has found that the Express newspaper has not breached the editor’s code of practice, over claims in an article that there were “widespread outbreaks of violence” during the Scottish independence referendum of 2014.
Press watchdog: Daily Telegraph broke editorial rules with false Nicola Sturgeon story
The paper's report that Nicola Sturgeon wanted David Cameron to become PM was found to be untrue
THE Daily Telegraph has been rebuked by the press standards watchdog after a running a story which falsely claimed that Nicola Sturgeon secretly wanted David Cameron to become prime minister.
The Independent Press Standards Organisation (Ipso) found that the Telegraph breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the editors' code of practice for its article headlined "Sturgeon's secret backing for Cameron".
Wings Over Scotland: The Record's revenge
By Rev. Stuart Campbell, Wings Over Scotland editor
YOU can never accuse the Scottish media of being knowingly underhysterical.
Tonight the Daily Record snuck out its semi-apology for telling the Scottish people the biggest lie we've seen on the front page of a newspaper since its parent the Mirror published fake pictures of soldiers urinating on Iraqi prisoners.