Journalism History Sunday 16th October 2022

Daily review of UK and world papers, celebration of the history of photojournalism, media law and style-guide tips and global journalism stories for Sunday 16th October 2022.

Review of UK papers. Broadsheets. Telegraph: ‘Hunt delays 1p tax cut as Bank backs Chancellor’, Sunday Times: ‘Hunt takes full control as plotters circle wounded PM’, Observer: ‘Tories in talks to oust Truss’, & Independent: ‘Hunt rips up PM’s plans.’

Review of UK papers. Middle Markets. Mail on Sunday: ‘Boycott “hurtful” TV Crown say King’s friends’, Sunday Express: ‘Revealed- secret plot to oust PM’, & The Herald in Scotland: ‘Sturgeon- “No country is better prepared for independence.”‘

Review of UK papers. Tabloids. Star: ‘Fairy wail New York’, Sunday People: ‘Cost of living crisis. A million workers set to strike’ and Sunday Mirror: ‘What next for Britain? Tories want Big Ben for PM.’

Review of world papers. Sunday Times SA: ‘Cyril’s perks about-turn’, Sunday Times India: ‘Biden- Pak dangerous, has nukes, no cohesion’, New York Times: ‘The lives of 3 women, brutally lost in Bucha’, & Jerusalem Post: ‘As violence rises, PA ups effort to stop IDF op.’

Celebration of the history of photojournalism. It is 25th June 1918 and George Bain news agency photographs ‘Police Women – Capt. Edyth Totten and women police reserve in New York City.’

Police Women – Capt. Edyth Totten and women police reserve. New York City US Library of Congress, Public Domain

Style Tips. Guardian online guide on ‘Jargon- See: ‘Originally jargon was “the inarticulate utterance of birds, or a vocal sound resembling it; twittering, chattering”.

Media Law Tips. Never be in doubt that libel litigation in England and Wales is expensive; particularly if it goes to trial. See 5RB briefing…/rebekah-vardy-ordered-to-pay…/ Rebekah Vardy ordered to pay up to £1.5 million in legal costs.

North American Newspapers 16th October 2022

Montage of world newspapers 16th October 2022

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