Thursday January 23, 2020

Mr Ken O’Shea and The Sunday Business Post

26th May, 2019

On 25 February 2019 a sub-committee of the Press Council of Ireland upheld a complaint from Mr Ken O’Shea that articles published by The Sunday Business Post on 16 September 2018 breached Principle 1 (Truth and Accuracy), Principle 2 (Distinguishing Fact and Comment) and Principle 4 (Respect for Rights) of the Code of Practice of the Press Council of Ireland. Other parts of the complaint were not upheld.

The articles reported on an internal RTÉ disciplinary procedure which took place...

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