Gary Neville, Ofcom, and impartiality

Some viewers watching ITV Sport’s coverage of the pulsating World Cup Final on 18 December raised an eyebrow when English football pundit and former player Gary Neville criticised the current government. In answering a question about human rights and the… Continue

Read More

Lessons on impartiality from the RT case

Margarita Simonyan, the feisty Editor-in-chief of RT (formerly Russia Today), may increasingly be having second thoughts about starting a legal challenge to Ofcom over its application of the due impartiality rules. In the first ever ruling by the Court of… Continue

Read More