Winner described as ‘big issue journalist’ for her Bureau investigations.
Awards emphasise journalism which is interesting to the public and in the public interest
Experts fear restrictions to freedom of information laws.
A few comments on how investigative journalism fits into Leveson’s inquiry.
A public debate disusses the merits but lack of investigative journalism.
New report charts trends in online news consumption.
US newspapers outsourcing local reporting to low-paid in developing world.
Our investigations into deaths in custody wins an Amnesty Award.
Disclosure of data is all very well, but only if it is intelligible and reliable.
Queen confirms at State Opening of Parliament legislation ‘to reform the law of defamation’
The Bureau’s editor talks to the British Humanist Association.
The Sunday Times looks at the challenges national and local papers face.
The poetry of the Afghan Taliban captured – offering a different perspective on drones.
Prestigious developing world charity shortlists Bureau investigations for three awards.
The Guardian reporter wins the investigative awards run by Private Eye.
UNHRC finds jailing writer for libel represents violation of freedom of expression.
New book explores libel laws’ strangle-hold on UK press.
Guardian explores option of selling its print building and moving to Trinity Mirror facility.
Investigation into CIA’s use of drones in Pakistan shortlisted for top media award.