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27.11.20

NMA Welcomes Government’s Response To CMA Market Study Into Online Platforms

The News Media Association has welcomed the Government’s response to the Competition and Markets Authority’s market study into online platforms and digital advertising, urging it to implement the measures “without delay.”...

27.11.20

European Parliament Warns Of Dangers To Media Freedom

The European Parliament has warned of attempts to silence critics and undermine pluralism, stating that media freedom, pluralism and the safety of journalists are crucial to the freedom of expression and information. In a resolution adopted...

27.11.20

Growing Chorus of Concerns Over Planning Notice Threats

More Labour MPs have joined the growing number of Parliamentarians to raise concerns with Government about proposals to remove planning notices from local newspapers and the impact upon local democracy. This week, Labour MPs Stephen Morgan...

27.11.20

NMA: News Media Must be Front Of The Queue For Business Rates Relief

News media, which provides a vital service providing trusted information to the public, must be at the front of the queue for business rates relief, following the Chancellor’s announcement of new measures to support businesses, the News Me...

27.11.20

The Times: Government ‘Cynically Frustrating’ FOI

The Times has accused Government of being “hellbent” on making scrutiny of decision-making harder after reporting on a Cabinet Office unit which advises Government departments on how to frustrate Freedom of Information Act requests.&...