Ten years ago, Guardian journalist Nick Davies’s polemic Flat Earth News ripped apart his own profession. He followed that by tenaciously exposing the phone-hacking scandal that closed the News of the World and changed journalism for ever. A decade on, with Trump and Facebook in ascendance, he says things have reached crisis point, writes Barry J Whyte
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