Blog posts by year and month July 2012

Posts (14)

  1. Our office at White City in West London was built on the site of the stadium used for the 1908 London Olympics.

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  2. The details of some expenses claims by MPs were truly shocking and deserved to be probed and reported.

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  3. A few key dates in your head can help you to orient yourself around new information about when things happened.

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  4. With the Syrian regime under mounting pressure, the BBC correspondent Paul Wood explained how he worked undercover to reveal some of the atrocities that took place in Homs.

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  5. Explaining religion to a secular society is often difficult, but the fractious debate in the Church of England about women bishops makes our duty of accuracy and impartiality a particular challenge.

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  6. A few weeks after I joined the Sunday Times in 1969 as a young graduate, the incomparable Nicholas Tomalin wrote his famous essay about the trade of journalism.  

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  7. The forward-thinking crowd at News Rewired was rightly excited by the possibilities of technology as it transforms journalism, both in its practice and its consumption.

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  8. We were in a stuffy conference room off Victoria Street in London but if you drifted off you might have dreamt you were in Silicon Valley listening to some well-worn techie truisms.

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