Fake News Tweet Share 0 +1 LinkedIn 0 Email Press complaints Fake News Press code needs to be honoured in spirit, not just letter by Hugo Dixon | 28.03.2017 One reason Brexit press hasn’t been forced to correct stories is because they weren’t technically false, even when they were misleading. Fake News Justice delayed with press corrections is justice denied by Hugo Dixon | 27.03.2017 It took 89 days on average for InFacts to get corrections to pre-referendum stories. During Brexit talks, press and IPSO must do better. Fake News Front-page corrections needed to stop press errors by Hugo Dixon | 03.03.2017 The pro-Brexit press produced many false front-page splashes during the EU referendum. Even when papers acknowledged their errors, the corrections were never as prominent Fake News IPSO says own director wrote misleading story in Sun by Hugo Dixon | 01.03.2017 Press watchdog rapped Trevor Kavanagh for failing to take care in story about Calais migrants - and criticised tabloid for slow correction. Pro-Brexit press Fake News Daily Mail clarifies misleading foreign aid front page by Luke Lythgoe | 18.04.2017 After InFacts complaint, Mail prints clarification of story blaming the rising foreign aid budget on “farcical EU rules” over black economy. Fake News Sex, drugs and foreign aid: can Mail get EU in there too? by Luke Lythgoe | 06.04.2017 Daily Mail writes a perfect storm of drugs, prostitutes, EU rules and a ballooning foreign aid budget. Its blame game doesn’t stack up. Fake News Sun paints wrong picture of EU migrants by Luke Lythgoe | 28.02.2017 Favourite tabloid tactic of confusing illegal migrants with EU workers is alive and well in Sun’s choice of 2015 Calais crisis image. Fake News Mail writer wrongly blames EU not Brexit for shrinkflation by Luke Lythgoe | 22.02.2017 Littlejohn thinks metric measures rather than the plunging pound is the cause of “shrinkflation”. The evidence doesn’t back him up. Social media Fake News Leave.EU slurs child refugee by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 07.03.2017 Pro-Brexit pressure group implied a child refugee was arrested on terror offenses. He wasn’t.