The Guardian view on the police and the SNP: a high-stakes moment Editorial

“How weavers in Burkina Faso are now on Europe’s migration front line”, by Sarah Haaij and Saskia Houttuin, wins one of four awards from the International Labour Organization’s Global Media Competition on Labour Migration. Regular contributor Paula Dupraz-Dobias is recognised by the Forum on the Arms Trade for her exemplary reporting on the attention given to gender-based violence at the most recent annual conference of the Arms Trade Treaty held in Geneva. Eric Reidy, our migration editor-at-large, won the UN Correspondents Association Elizabeth Neuffer Memorial Prize for his reporting on the impact of COVID-19 on migrants and refugees.
They should be handled at a senior level in the bureau or on the desk. When in doubt, escalate to Brian Moss or Alix Freedman in Ethics and Standards. There are news article editorial of journalism practised in Reuters, across text, television, picture services and online. We often face difficult choices in the pursuit of better stories and superior images. In such situations there are several “right” answers, and the rules we use run out. We can, however, guard against damage to our reputation through a shared understanding of the fundamental principles that govern our work.
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Bonaventura’s letter set off a political and media firestorm because it was frank, candid, and spoke of festering crises. Despite reforms, statistics suggest things have only gotten worse for our state’s children. Whatever they’ve been doing isn’t working when it comes to preventing child abuse. April is Child Abuse Prevention Month across the nation, but people in Indiana particularly should pay attention to the mission of this month this year. Plans include full website access, e-Edition and exclusive online extras.
He probably should take notes from Biology Barbie and head to the library to do his homework. However, he has other things to do — mostly hanging out with his frat brothers. This Ken’s accessories include a calculator that hasn’t been used in months, a case of beer and a suit that he breaks out occasionally for frat events and job interviews.