Last week, The Royal Courts of Justice had 2 days of hearings challenging the way the government ditched Part 2 of The Leveson Inquiry, which would have especially focussed on relationships between journalists and the police.
A recent paper from New York and Stanford academics shows that Facebook could be having some success in stemming the spread of “fake news” stories.
Ten years on from the collapse of financial meltdown, the coverage has mostly been quite surface, with at least as much focus on nostalgia as an actual analysis.
Perhaps the most significant development came when Corbyn announced proposals for re-organising the BBC and the establishment of a Public Digital Corporation to run alongside it.
Boris Johnson’s niqab comments earlier in the week scarcely merit analysis on the surface issues of clothing, security, theology or feminism (Johnson LOL).