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Newsnight journalist Natasha Shallice@Nshallice  appointed editor of PM and Broadcasting House on BBC Radio 4 * Sign up for our free email newsletters and never miss a story:

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Away from the main Covid action, this is a big and important investigation from Newsnight's @richardwatson1  into the Met police's handling of vicious racist attack

The Newsnight film on Labour's divisions under Starmer was pretty accurate... but 1/ Look how easily it has provoked more divisions. Len McCluskey's "counting gold" comment about Mandelson was a disgrace and so was Unite's initial defence of it... he is right to apologise...

Ofcom upholds complaint against BBC Newsnight over broadcast of images appearing to show Lyra McKee in her dying moments

BBC's Newsnight condemned by Ofcom over 'very serious' privacy intrusion after showing journalist's dying moments

Ofcom has upheld a complaint against Newsnight over the broadcast of images which appeared to show the murdered journalist Lyra McKee in her dying moments

@DawnHFoster  @owenhatherleyAnd  this is where the hyperlink to the newsnight apology now sends you. Years have passed but not entirely sure that’s a reasonable excuse.

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Allegra Stratton, Rishi Sunak's comms director and former ITV, Newsnight and Guardian journalist, has reportedly been named Boris Johnson’s spokesperson for TV briefings

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David Bowie died three years ago today. FROM THE ARCHIVES: Speaking to Newsnight in 1999, he predicted the internet was going to have "unimaginable" effects on society and "change the state of content" forever Watch the interview here: | #newsnight  #tbt 

The @BBC  should be proud of the award-winning journalism of @maitlis , her forensic analysis, commitment to speak truth to power and call politicians of all parties to account. Maitlis presents Newsnight, not the News. Her voice, her views, deserve more respect from her employers.

"I am sorry but if you are a white man you don't get to define what racism is" : Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie#newsnight 

Newsnight opens with "Labour are going to renationalise water, mail, rail and buses ... radical stuff." My first thought -- all that stuff is nationalised in Ireland and people don't think we're some kind of radical socialist republic.

If you feel that introduction by @maitlis  on last night's Newsnight was simply an accurate summation of the situation, as I do, you can complain about her caution and removal here:

Examples of yesterday’s linear TV audience - our prog 288,000 Newsnight 297,000 Sky News 70,000. Yet our *digital* figures are 12.5 million a month. Across 2019 we had 150 million views for our original stories & interviews which people bring to us BECAUSE of the tv show.

You start off chasing ratings by using ignorant grifters to ‘balance’ experts in TV & radio ‘debates’. You end up with Nigel Farage talking about Coronavirus on Newsnight.