Two bad mistakes in three months means regulator must act over News UK stablemates
Newspapers should use their special power in opinion forming with care
Self-regulation depends on high levels of buy-in, self-awareness and self-restraint from those regulated.
To use one young Muslim woman as a battering ram for an argument that is as much about privatising Channel 4 as anything else is crass, unhelpful and should be actionable.
The Sun blundered once on its "Queen backs Brexit" story - now it has compounded its fault
Certain newspapers have done the possibly right thing for almost certainly the wrong reasons
The Sun's poor apology to Jeremy Corbyn may turn out to be an own goal
Regulation of newspapers is important. New rules wlil make it better but more still needs to be done.