The Hutton Report in 2004 created today's BBC. It cost the corporation its Chairman and Director General and ushered in an age of self-doubt and caution. It was also the end of the most extraordinary experiment in news management Britain has ever seen, the decade of Alastair Campbell - the Blair courtier who delivered new Labour's mission to 'create the truth'. But Lord Hutton condemned the BBC and its journalism without hearing a single word from the man who put the 'sexed-up dossier' story on air - Today editor Kevin ...

Stumbling Over Truth 2012, Biteback Publishing, London

ISBN-13: 9781849541527

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