Political Scrapbook's picture editors formula for A-Level coverage 15/08/2014

Will Labour’s Lobbying Act consultation make a difference?

August 13, 2014


John Leech MP school petition

The General Election may be eight months away, but there are just weeks to go until regulations for non-party campaigners during the 2015 General Election come into force. The fear is that ‘part two’ of the Lobbying Act (or Gagging Law) will restrain charities and grassroots organisations’ ability to campaign in the run up to […]

#MH17 shows the good and bad sides of journalism

July 22, 2014


Which #MH17 media ethics story got the most attention

The #MH17 tragedy shows the good and bad sides of journalism.

What do PR’s make?

July 9, 2014


2014-07-06 09.29.06

I spent the weekend at the beautiful Carthvean farm helping farm-sit for a family friend. Following three days spent knee deep in horse shit and trying to master the art of milking a goat by hand, I came back to London full of the joys of the countryside. I also had a concern that, compared […]

MPs paid £350k for media appearances

June 26, 2014


How much do media outlets pay MPs?

Hidden among the latest MP's Register of Members' Interests are declarations of earnings from politicians' media appearances. When combined these add up to more than £350k.

Farage’s UKIP ‘victory’ is a mirage

May 26, 2014



The UKIP 'victory' in the UK European Elections is not all that it seems.

When does an advert become editorial?

May 16, 2014


Herts Advertiser

A newspaper's support for UKIP on its front page shows what happens when an advert becomes editorial.


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