|Jewell, John 2015. For the Mirror Group, buying the Daily Express would be a blast into the past not the future. The Conversation 2015 (26 Mar)|
In the week that four senior journalists from The Sun were cleared at the Old Bailey on all charges relating to paying public officials for information, Tuesday also saw Matthew Nicklin QC, the lawyer representing Trinity Mirror in the case of eight well-known public figures suing the company for damages over phone hacking, tell the High Court that the practice was “unlawful and wrong”. Phone hacking, said Nicklin, represented an “unwarranted and unacceptable intrusion into people’s private lives and it shouldn’t have happened”.
|Schools:||Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies|
|Subjects:||N Fine Arts > NE Print media|
|Publisher:||The Conversation Trust|
|Last Modified:||07 Apr 2015 14:19|
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