The row over a newspaper reporter being given a police harassment warning just for doing his job, is escalating.
More than fifty current News Associates trainees were involved in a 48 hour marathon of General Election reporting in London and Manchester.
Print imposes its own parameters on the journalist. Font, page size, pagination and layout combine to create limitations that are as much a mercy for the reader as they are healthy discipline for the writer.
Seventeen News Associates alumni are celebrating new senior status after being awarded their National Qualification in Journalism.
Pundits have predicted the 2015 general election will be one of the dirtiest, as well one of the most interesting.
Being sent to do a death doorknock is one of the most important tasks a reporter is ever asked to perform.