This week's papers
Saturday 14 March, 2015
Friday 13 March, 2015
Thursday 12 March, 2015
Wednesday 11 March, 2015
The Guardian is alone in not having a photograph of Jeremy Clarkson on the front page, choosing instead to go with a standalone picture of the model Cara Delevingne at the Lagerfeld fashion show in Paris. This is an editorial misjudgment. Whatever you think of Clarkson, his suspension by the BBC is a proper story. He brings in millions of pounds, which is probably why he was given such a long rope before managing to hang himself. The fact that he has finally been suspended for punching a BBC staffer rather than for antics that can most generously be described as disrespectful of other nationalities and races is also noteworthy.
How strange and sad that the Guardian should choose to print a token woman picture on the night the Everyday Sexism founder Laura Bates was announced the first winner of the Georgina Henry bursary for an innovative woman journalist - an award named in honour of the paper's late deputy editor.
See the rest of this week's papers here
Tuesday 10 March, 2015
Monday 9 March, 2015
Sunday 8 March, 2015
Retrial of Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed put back another ten days after prosecution witnesses fail to appear at Cairo court
Jury retires in case of four Sun journalists accused of illegally paying officials for tips
The Times is named newspaper of the year at British Press Awards, largely thanks to the work of Andrew Norfolk who was named news reporter of the year and awarded the Cudlipp prize
Paul Gascoigne tells the High Court that Mirror phone hackers ruined his life
The Times sacks three of its six staff photographers
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