Concerning The Games Industry: Why I didn’t join the GamerGate movement

It’s simple, really. I’ve been worried about standards in journalism for a long time, since before I started practicing it myself. I believe in the idea of a free press. I believe all opinions should be heard – regardless of how much they might or might not align with my own. I believe that all … More Concerning The Games Industry: Why I didn’t join the GamerGate movement

The Blame Game

No one ever wants to admit they are in the wrong, and as Stevie Wonder tells us, sorry really does often seem to be the hardest word. But when an apology isn’t enough to clear the slate the gavel seems to often fall on the victim rather than the guilty party. Victims of child abuse … More The Blame Game

Murdoch’s Army Vs Journalism Ethics

Last month N Dubz starlet and former X factor judge, Tulisa Contostavlos walked free from court after the judge concluded that the evidence against her was not sufficient enough to deliver a trial. It had been alleged that she had organised a £800 deal to supply class A drugs to undercover reporter, Mazhir Mahmood also known as the ‘Fake Sheikh.’ … More Murdoch’s Army Vs Journalism Ethics