Code of Ethics

InFacts is committed to upholding the highest ethical standards. It will fulfil its journalistic mission to make the fact-based case for Britain to remain in the EU in an open, courteous and fair-minded way.

Our journalists:

  • hold accuracy sacrosanct. They check their facts systematically and thoroughly
  • correct an error quickly and openly
  • don’t fabricate or plagiarise stories
  • obtain material by honest, straightforward and open means
  • protect the identity of sources who supply information in confidence
  • don’t pay for a story
  • don’t take personal advantage of information gained in the course of their duties
  • refuse any bribe or other inducement to influence, distort or suppress a story
  • seek a comment from any party targeted in a story they’re preparing for publication
  • don’t publish an article without the approval of an editor
  • declare potential conflicts of interest to their editor

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