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(1)Ms Sarah Colborne (Jewish Chronicle)

Ms Sarah Colborne complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice in an article about supporters of the Palestine Solidarity Campaign, a group of which she is the Director, making anti-Semitic comments.

(2)A woman (Gloucestershire Echo)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 3 (Privacy), Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) and Clause 12 (Discrimination) of the Editors' Code of Practice in an article reporting the inquest into her partner's death.

(3)A woman (Western Daily Press)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 3 (Privacy), Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) and Clause 12 (Discrimination) of the Editors' Code of Practice in an article reporting the inquest into her partner's death.

(4)Mr Anthony Waite (Daily Mail)

Mr Anthony Waite complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice in two articles highlighting concerns about living conditions at a property he owned.

(5)Mr Edward Watt (The Scotsman)

Mr Edward Watt complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that the newspaper had published an inaccurate account of his acquittal for rape, in stating that the trial judge at the High Court 'appeared to  accept the alleged victim's claims that she had at some point said no'.

(6)Mr Jamison LaRue (Daily Mail)

Mr Jamison LaRue complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that the newspaper had reported as fact accusations which had been made by Judicial Watch.

(7)Miss Zoe Lee (Daily Mail)

Miss Zoe Lee complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 12 (Discrimination) in an article reporting that a man who had had concerns about a proposed local Traveller site had killed his wife and himself.

(8)Stockvale Limited (Southend Echo)

Stockvale Limited complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice in an article about a family's experience in an amusement park owned by the company.

(9)Ms Erica Leach (The Daily Telegraph)

Ms Erica Leach complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice in an article about officials from Rotherham Council who had gone on to work at other councils around the country.

(10)Ms Erica Leach (The Independent)

Ms Erica Leach complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice in an article about officials from Rotherham Council who had gone on to work at other councils around the country.

(11)Ms Erica Leach (Daily Mail)

Ms Erica Leach complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice in an article about officials from Rotherham Council who had gone on to work at other councils around the country.

(12)Mr Mike Doherty and Miss Zoe Lee (The Independent)

Mr Mike Doherty and Miss Zoe Lee complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) and Clause 12 (Discrimination) of the Editors' Code of Practice, about an article about the deaths of Miss Lee's neighbours.

(13)Mr Mike Doherty and Miss Zoe Lee (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Mike Doherty and Miss Zoe Lee complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) and Clause 12 (Discrimination) of the Editors' Code of Practice, about an article about the deaths of Miss Lee's neighbours.

(14)Mr Adam Wagner (The Sun)

Mr Adam Wagner complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that the newspaper had published inaccurate claims concerning decisions of the European Court of Human Rights.

(15)Mr David Amess MP (The Sun)

Mr David Amess MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in an article about a pamphlet he had written about working class Conservative MPs, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(16)Ms Ruth Ouzia (Southern Daily Echo)

Ms Ruth Ouzia complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) that the newspaper had published an inaccurate account of the inquest into the death of her father.

(17)Mr Steven Holme (Scarborough Evening News)

Mr Steven Holme complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that an article had inaccurately stated that he was known to police as a drug dealer.

(18)Mr Craig Dougall (Edinburgh Evening News)

Mr Craig Dougall complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article was inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(19)Miss Sarah Grimshaw (The Sun)

Miss Sarah Grimshaw complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 2 (Opportunity to reply) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, in reporting claims from her ex-partner that she had faked a pregnancy for financial gain.

(20)The Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia (The Independent)

The Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in a series of articles in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(21)The complainant (The Independent)

The complainant said that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice in an article about the kidnapping of Sri Lankan people by forces seemingly acting in conjunction with the Sri Lankan government.

(22)Dr Sarah Wollaston MP (The Sun)

Dr Sarah Wollaston MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission about the publication by The Sun of a story and images on the subject of a 'devil mark' on a four-year-old child.

(23)A woman (Reading Post)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which she considered to have been inaccurate and misleading, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(24)Professor Norman Fenton (Daily Mail)

Professor Norman Fenton complained to the Press Complaints Commission about a photograph which he considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(25)Ms Shona Moyce (Daily Mail)

Ms Shona Moyce complained to the Press Complaints Commission about two articles which she considered to have been inaccurate and intrusive in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(26)Ms Kinvara Carey (Oxford Mail)

Ms Kinvara Carey complained to the Press Complaints Commission, on behalf of the National Hydration Council, that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice in an article discussing the merits of tap and bottled waters.

(27)Mr Graeme Thew and Mr Gregory Thew (Gravesend Reporter)

Mr Graeme Thew and Mr Gregory Thew complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which they considered to have been inaccurate and intrusive in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(28)Dr Hans Lawrence (West Briton)

Dr Hans Lawrence complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice in an article about his suspension from his job. He said that the article contained a number of inaccuracies.

(29)Dr Hans Lawrence (The Sun)

Dr Hans Lawrence complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice in an article about his suspension from his job. He said that the article contained a number of inaccuracies.

(30)Mr James Vickers (The Scotsman)

Mr James Vickers complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, in stating that the Centre for Drugs Misuse Research was part of Glasgow University.

(31)Mr James Vickers (Scottish Daily Mail)

Mr James Vickers complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors'' Code of Practice, in stating that the Centre for Drugs Misuse Research was part of Glasgow University.

(32)Mrs Amanda Lloyd (The Sun)

Mrs Amanda Lloyd complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that an article about her daughter's health was inaccurate and insensitive.

(33)Ms Camilla Vaid (The Sun)

Ms Camilla Vaid complained to the Press Complaints Commission, that the newspaper had published information relating to private photographs, in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(34)Mrs Marilyn Handley (Daily Mail)

Mrs Marilyn Handley complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice in an article containing advice on how to stem constant tiredness.

(35)Mrs Jennifer Leahy (The Times)

Mrs Jennifer Leahy complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published excessive detail of a method of suicide, in breach of Clause 5 (ii) (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(36)Miss Bethan Jones (Evening Standard)

Miss Bethan Jones complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a report of a suicide, published by the newspaper, had contained excessive detail about the method used, in breach of Clause 5 (ii) (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(37)Jirehouse (The Mail on Sunday)

Mr Stephen Jones of Jirehouse complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article included inaccurate and misleading information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(38)Ms Pip Quinn (The Scottish Sun)

Ms Pip Quinn complained to the Press Complaints Commission, on behalf of the charity Hearts & Minds, that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 2 (Opportunity to reply), Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(39)Ms Christina McKelvie (The Independent)

Ms Christina McKelvie MSP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 2 (Opportunity to reply) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(40)Ms Christina McKelvie (Scottish Daily Mail)

Ms Christina McKelvie MSP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 2 (Opportunity to reply) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(41)Ms Christina McKelvie (The Daily Telegraph)

Ms Christina McKelvie MSP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 2 (Opportunity to reply) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(42)Mr Graham Wright (The Herald (Glasgow))

Mr Graham Wright complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that an article had included inaccuracies about a Catholic nun-run home in Tuam and teachings of the Catholic Church.

(43)The Rt Hon Lord Prescott (Daily Mail)

The Rt Hon Lord Prescott complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that the newspaper had published an inaccurate allegation relating to his conduct.

(44)Banc de Binary (The Mail on Sunday)

Banc de Binary complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article included a number of inaccuracies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(45)Mr John Hick (West Briton)

Mr John Hick complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccurate account of a decision of the Property Chamber of the First-Tier Tribunal, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(46)Ms Claire Page (Woodley & Earley Chronicle)

Ms Claire Page complained to the Press Complaints Commission, via Cllr Keith Baker, that an article headlined 'Tributes flood in to �a little angel'', published by the Woodley & Earley Chronicle on 22 May 2014, intruded into her grief in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(47)Miss Sandra Cross (The Scottish Sun)

Miss Sandra Cross complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of Ms Shiona Lachlan that the newspaper had published an inaccurate and intrusive article about the death of Ms Sadie Lachlan, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(48)Cllr Billy McAllister (The Herald (Glasgow))

Cllr Billy McAllister complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 2 (Opportunity to reply) of the Editors' Code of Practice in an article about some local councillors refusing to stand up when the Lord Provost enters council meetings.

(49)Mr Adam Levick (The Times)

Mr Adam Levick complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice. He said that the headline of an article inaccurately stated that Israel had admitted that it had broken its truce with Gaza.

(50)Paul Golding (Daily Mirror)

Paul Golding, who is the leader of the Britain First political party, complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about the claim that the party's Facebook page included an image of 'shadowy men with baseball bats'.

(51)Mr Jonathan Baldwin (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Jonathan Baldwin complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(52)Mrs Rachel Howard (Medway Messenger)

Mrs Rachael Howard complained to the Press Complaints Commission about two articles which she considered to have been inaccurate and intrusive in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 2 (Opportunity to reply) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(53)Mr David Mond (Jewish Chronicle)

Mr David Mond complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(54)Dr Stephen Ferguson (Daily Mail)

Dr Stephen Ferguson complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered to have been inaccurate, misleading and intrusive in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(55)Dr Keith Hearne (The Observer)

Dr Keith Hearne complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered to have been misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(56)A woman (Best)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article published on the website of Best magazine, Bestdaily.co.uk, on 14 May 2014 identified her as a relative of a person convicted of crime in breach of Clause 9 (Reporting of Crime) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(57)Ms Ann Madarbakus (Derby Telegraph)

Ms Ann Madarbakus complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Squalor: Three arrested after drug fears spark raid at cluttered' house', published by the Derby Telegraph on 19 May 2014, was inaccurate and intrusive in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(58)A woman (The Daily Telegraph)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Facebook paedophile walks free from court', published by The Daily Telegraph on 14 May 2014, identified her as a relative of a person convicted of crime in breach of Clause 9 (Reporting of Crime) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(59)Press Complaints Commission (The Guardian)

The Press Complaints Commission investigated whether The Guardian had breached Clause 16 (Payments to criminals) of the Editors' Code of Practice in relation to an article headlined 'Yes I was guilty but I was prosecuted on the basis of Constance Briscoe's deception', published on 4 May 2014.

(60)A woman (New Statesman)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'The radicalism of fools - Anti-Semitism and the left', published by the New Statesman in its 24 January 2014 edition, was inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(61)Mr Jonathan Portes (The Daily Telegraph)

Jonathan Portes, Director of the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'We're building an immigration system that puts Britain first', published by The Daily Telegraph on 29 July 2014, included an inaccuracy in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(62)Mr Peter Pick (The Sun)

Mr Peter Pick complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article published on the website of the Sun was inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(63)Mr Luis Tobenas (The Mail on Sunday)

Mr Luis Tobenas complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 9 (Reporting of Crime) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that the newspaper had published a photograph which featured him and other former pupils with Reyaad Khan, a British man who has become an Islamist fighter in Syria.

(64)Mrs Cecilia Wilkinson (The Times)

Mrs Cecilia Wilkinson complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that the newspaper had published a number of inaccuracies in an obituary of her late husband, John Wilkinson.

(65)Mr Raymond Holden (East Lothian Courier)

Mr Raymond Holden, on behalf of his daughter Jan Holden, complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that the newspaper had published an inaccurate report of the circumstances in which Ms Holden's name had been removed from the register of the General Teaching Council of Scotland.

(66)Mr Raymond Holden (The Scottish Sun)

Mr Raymond Holden, on behalf of his daughter Jan Holden, complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that the newspaper had published an inaccurate report of the circumstances in which Ms Holden's name had been removed from the register of the General Teaching Council of Scotland.

(67)A woman (Daily Record)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published material likely to lead to her identification as a victim of sexual assault, in a court report, in breach of Clause 11 (Victims of sexual assault) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(68)Steve and Michelle Clark (Press & Journal (Aberdeen))

Steve and Michelle Clark complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that the newspaper had published inaccurate information relating to proposals for the development of a wind farm.

(69)Mr Douglas Thomson (Daily Record)

Mr Douglas Thomson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice in an article about a 'referendum' on Scottish independence which had taken place in Corby.

(70)Ms Tracy Lockett (That's Life)

Ms Tracy Lockett complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the magazine had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(71)Mrs Janet Downs (The Times)

Mrs Janet Downs complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(72)Trustees of the Society Network Foundation and Big Society Network Limited (The Independent)

The Trustees of the Society Network Foundation and Big Society Network Limited, via their solicitors, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a number of inaccuracies in an article, which discussed interactions between the Big Society Network and the Charity Commission, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(73)Ms Suzy Sandhu (Sunday Mail)

Ms Suzy Sandhu complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 9 (Reporting of crime) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that the newspaper had published a photograph of her in an article about an individual suspected of fraud.

(74)Ms Michele Macfarlane (The Mail on Sunday)

Ms Michele Macfarlane complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that the newspaper had failed to use pseudonyms she had given to her children, in an article which discussed her book.

(75)Mrs Penny Lavis (Essex Chronicle)

Mrs Penny Lavis complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, in relation to concerns she had about approaches from the newspaper, specifically that reporters from the newspaper had twice approached her house by the back door.

(76)Resolved - Akhmed Hussain v Daily Mail (Daily Mail)

Mr Akhmed Hussain complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a report containing a number of inaccuracies about his time at Carlton Bolling College, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(77)Mr Paul Nischal (Daily Mail)

Mr Paul Nischal complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information about him and his company in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice on its website.

(78)A woman (The Times)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(79)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(80)Mr Derek Steel (Metro)

Mr Derek Steel complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that an article about the installation of an accessibility ramp had misrepresented the family's views on the project.

(81)Mr Derek Steel (Daily Mirror)

Mr Derek Steel complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that an article about the installation of an accessibility ramp had misrepresented the family's views on the project.

(82)Mr Derek Steel (Daily Mail)

Mr Derek Steel complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that an article about the installation of an accessibility ramp had misrepresented the family's views on the project.

(83)Mr Derek Steel (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Derek Steel complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that an article about the installation of an accessibility ramp had misrepresented the family's views on the project.

(84)Reverend Paul Flowers (Daily Mail)

Reverend Paul Flowers complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published on its website inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(85)Miss Julia Hall-Jones (Daily Mail)

Miss Julia Hall-Jones complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article published on the website of the Daily Mail was inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(86)Mr George Shiakallis (Daily Mirror)

Mr George Shiakallis complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 10 (Clandestine devices and subterfuge) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(87)Mr Mustafa Dervish (The Echo (Basildon))

Mr Mustafa Dervish complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(88)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a photograph of her, wrongly claiming that it was a photograph of the subject of the article.

(89)Ms Diane Nicholas (The Independent)

Ms Diane Nicholas complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of her partner, Mark Lonnie, about an article which he considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(90)Mr Adam Richardson (The Northern Echo)

Mr Adam Richardson complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors Code of Practice.

(91)Mr Alan Coleman (Daily Mirror)

Mr Alan Coleman complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that an article about the funeral of an RAF veteran had inaccurately described members of The Royal British Legion Riders Branch as 'Hells Angels with poppies'.

(92)A woman (The Sun)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that The Sun had harassed her in breach of Clause 4 (Harassment) of the Editors Code of Practice. The complainant was the victim of a sexual assault by Max Clifford and a witness for the prosecution at his trial. She complained that the newspaper had harassed her by attempting to contact her on four occasions for her comment on the case, despite requests to desist made on her behalf.

(93)Ms Jayne Larkin (News & Star (Carlisle))

Ms Jayne Lakin complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice in an article reporting on the inquest into the death of her husband, Mr Mark Lakin.

(94)Ms Lucy Hinsley (The Sun)

Ms Lucy Hinsley complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(95)Mr Andrew Ritchie (Daily Record)

Mr Andrew Ritchie complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(96)Dr Gabriel Scally (Daily Mail)

Dr Gabriel Scally complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(97)Mr Christopher Copper (Welwyn & Hatfield Times)

Mr Christopher Copper complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(98)Christine Bleakley and Frank Lampard (Reveal)

Ms Christine Bleakley and Mr Frank Lampard complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the magazine had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(99)A woman (Kentish Gazette)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Woman's relief after PR guru Max Clifford found guilty of historic sex abuse charges', published by the Kentish Gazette on 29 April 2014, was misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice. The complainant was further concerned that the article had identified her as a victim of sexual assault in breach of Clause 11 (Victims of sexual assault) of the Code.

(100)Mr Shoaib Khan (The Sunday Telegraph)

Mr Shoaib Khan complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that the newspaper had published inaccurate information regarding the availability of legal aid for appeals against deportation.

(101)Mr Richard Duffy (Express & Star (Stafford))

Mr Richard Duffy complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice in an article about Stafford Hospital.

(102)Mr Robert Hale (Daily Mail)

Mr Robert Hale complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article published on the website of the Daily Mail was inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(103)Ms Fern Britton (Bucks Free Press)

Ms Fern Britton complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 6 (Children), that the newspaper had published information which had intruded into her children's time at school.

(104)Ms Leanne McGregor  (Bishop's Stortford Observer)

Ms Leanne McGregor, on behalf of Mrs Elzbieta Stepka, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published excessive detail about a method of suicide, in an inquest report into the death of Mrs Stepka's husband, in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(105)Ms Lindsay Caulfield (Sunday People)

Ms Lindsay Caulfield complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice in an article about members of 'alternative religions' serving in the armed forces.

(106)Mr Daniel Etheridge (Daily Mirror)

Mr Daniel Etheridge complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(107)Mr Chris Pointon (Daily Mail)

Mr Chris Pointon complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of his wife Dr Kate Granger, about an article which she considered to have been misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(108)Mr Euan Mathieson (The Economist)

Mr Euan Mathieson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(109)Mr Raafat Gendy (British Medical Journal)

Mr Raafat Gendy complained to the Press Complaints Commission about two articles which he considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 2 (Opportunity to reply) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(110)Mrs Prudence Jones (West Briton)

Mrs Prudence Jones complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that a report of an inquest had contained inaccurate and intrusive information.

(111)Mr Marcus Stead (The Sun)

Mr Marcus Stead complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that an article about complaints he has made to the council contained inaccuracies and overstated the number of times he had complained.

(112)Mr Craig Parr (The Guardian)

Mr Craig Parr complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(113)J McKillop (Metro)

J McKillop complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice in the headline of an online article about the ebola virus.

(114)A man (The Daily Telegraph)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(115)Mr Anthony Brown (The Guardian)

Mr Anthony Brown complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(116)Mr John Woodier (Middlesbrough Evening Gazette)

Mr John Woodier complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered to have been inaccurate and insensitive in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(117)Mr Adrian Yalland (Romsey Advertiser)

Mr Adrian Yalland complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the Romsey Advertiser had disclosed private information about him to a third party without his consent, in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(118)Mr Martin Sewell (The Cambridge Student)

Mr Martin Sewell complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Cambridge Economics supervisor criticised for racist and sexist views', published on the website of The Cambridge Student on 21 June 2012, was inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(119)A man (Staffordshire Newsletter)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 2 (Opportunity to reply) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(120)Mrs Theresa Avery (The Mail on Sunday)

Mrs Theresa Avery complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 4 (Harassment) of the Editors' Code of Practice, about unwanted approaches to her family by a journalist working for the newspaper.

(121)Mr Joseph Giles (The Independent)

Mr Joseph Giles complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that an article inaccurately reported that Aesculapian snakes are capable of crushing small children.

(122)Mr Joseph Giles (Daily Mirror)

Mr Joseph Giles complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that an article headlined Colony of killer snakes capable of crushing small children to death' on the loose in London' inaccurately reported the danger posed by the snakes.

(123)Mr Eric Shrewsbury (Daily Mail)

Mr Eric Shrewsbury complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that the newspaper had published inaccuracies in a report of the death of his granddaughter's father.

(124)Dr David Foster (The Guardian)

Dr David Foster complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(125)Mr Sean O'Driscoll (Take a Break)

Mr Sean O'Driscoll complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that the magazine had published an inaccurate account of the circumstances of his wife's death.

(126)Mr Stephen Poulson (Daily Mail)

Mr Stephen Poulson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(127)HRH Prince Henry of Wales and Cressida Bonas (Daily Mirror)

HRH Prince Henry of Wales and Cressida Bonas complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published two photographs of them that intruded into their privacy in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(128)HRH The Duke of York (The Sun)

HRH The Duke of York complained through his solicitors that the newspaper had published, without his consent, photographs which intruded into his private life in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(129)Ms Cassandra Soulsby  (Metro)

Ms Cassandra Soulsby complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that a graphic accompanying an article about cancer rates gave the misleading impression that breastfeeding increases the likelihood of developing cancer.

(130)Mr Gary Robinson (Huffington Post)

Mr Gary Robinson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(131)Mrs Heather Woods (Daily Mirror)

Mrs Heather Woods complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that an article about police officers who had been killed on duty had included a photograph of her, rather than her sister.

(132)Mr Jonathan Portes (Evening Standard)

Mr Jonathan Portes complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccurate claim in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Code.

(133)Mr Paul McGee (Manchester Evening News)

Mr Paul McGee complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(134)Mr Todor Radic (Scottish Daily Mail)

Mr Todor Radic complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(135)England and Wales Cricket Board (The Guardian)

The England and Wales Cricket Board (the ECB) complained to the Press Complaints Commission that, in an interview with the cricketer Michael Carberry, the newspaper had inaccurately suggested that the ECB's denial of Mr Carberry's request that it pay for his mother to accompany him on a recent Ashes tour was a sign of managerial insensitivity, or evidence that he had been treated differently to other players, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(136)A parent (Edinburgh Evening News)

A parent complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code.

(137)Mrs Ann Ryder (Daily Mail)

Mrs Ann Ryder complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice. The complainant was concerned that the article, which was a report of an ice hockey match, contained a series of misleading inaccuracies.

(138)Mrs Christine Turner (Telegraph & Argus (Bradford))

Mrs Christine Turner complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that the newspaper had published a photograph of her family home, to illustrate a crime report, and inaccurately suggested that her home had been the scene of a murder.

(139)Mr Roy Atkinson (The Sun)

Mr Roy Atkinson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an insensitive reference to his late wife, shortly after her death, in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(140)Mrs Annette Woolley (Bridport News)

Mrs Annette Woolley complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that the newspapers had published inaccurate reports of the inquest into the death of her partner, Mr Derek Smith.

(141)Mrs Annette Woolley (Dorset Echo)

Mrs Annette Woolley complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that the newspapers had published inaccurate reports of the inquest into the death of her partner, Mr Derek Smith.

(142)Mr Stan Collymore (The Sun)

Mr Stan Collymore complained through solicitors to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'I only hit her with open hand', published by The Sun on 24 January 2014, was inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice. He also complained that the newspaper's representatives had engaged in harassment in breach of Clause 4 (Harassment) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(143)Ms Karen Crawford (The Scottish Sun)

Ms Karen Crawford complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(144)Mrs Anna Glew (The Guardian)

Mrs Anna Glew complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(145)Mrs Lilian Molyneux (Liverpool Echo)

Mrs Lilian Molyneux complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had insensitively published personal information in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice in a report of her brother's inquest.

(146)Mr Colin Rayner  (Daily Mail)

Mr Colin Rayner complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that an article published on the newspaper's website had contained a number of photographs taken inside a property owned by his family, which had been taken without his consent.

(147)Mr Tom Harris MP (The Scottish Sun)

Mr Tom Harris MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately reported that he had spent 353 on a single train fare (when this was in fact the cost of a return ticket) in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(148)Ms Andrea Fletcher (Metro)

Ms Andrea Fletcher complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(149)Mr Ed Cooper (Daily Mail)

Mr Ed Cooper complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that an article about the search for the missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 had given the misleading impression that GeoResonance had claimed to have found the aircraft.

(150)Miss Annabelle Fuller (Sunday Mirror)

Miss Annabelle Fuller complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which she considered to have breached Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 2 (Opportunity to reply), 3 (Privacy) and 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(151)Ms Sarah McCulloch (Daily Mail)

Ms Sarah McCulloch complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published incorrect information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(152)Dr A D Harvey (Times Literary Supplement)

Dr A.D Harvey complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccurate account of an 'alternate' ending to Hans Christian Andersen's 'The Emperor's New Clothes', which did not in fact exist, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(153)Ms Sharon Moses (Daily Mail)

Ms Sharon Moses complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper has published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(154)Mrs Loretta Strong (The Sunday Times)

Mrs Loretta Strong of Arun Estate Agencies Limited - the parent company of Douglas Allen estate agency - complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which she considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(155)Mr Chris Negus (Daily Mail)

Mr Chris Negus complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, about an article which reported on a property owned by his family, and which included photographs of that property taken without his consent.

(156)Mr Roy Atkinson (Daily Mail)

Mr Roy Atkinson complained to the Press Complaints Commission about a report of the death of his wife, which he considered had intruded into his grief in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(157)Mr Roy Atkinson (The Sun)

Mr Roy Atkinson complained to the Press Complaints Commission about a report of the death of his wife, which he considered had intruded into his grief in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(158)Ms Joanna Rust (Fabulous Magazine)

Ms Joanna Rust complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published incorrect information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(159)Ms Jude Walker (Farners Weekly)

Ms Jude Walker complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 10 (Clandestine devices and subterfuge) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(160)Edward Watt (The Herald (Glasgow))

Mr Edward Watt complained to the Press Complaints Commission that The Herald (Glasgow) had published five articles between 2001 and 2013 that contained inaccuracies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(161)Richard Hillgrove (The Sunday Times)

Richard Hillgrove VI complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'How the Nigella drug allegations surfaced', published by The Sunday Times on 22 December 2013, revealed his identity as a source of information in breach of Clause 14 (Confidential sources) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(162)Northumbria Police (The Independent on Sunday)

Northumbria Police complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Police under fire for handling of Moat manhunt', published by The Independent on Sunday on 5 January 2014, was misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(163)A woman (Daily Mirror)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(164)A woman (Daily Mirror)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission, on behalf of her mother, that a number of articles had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 3 (Privacy), Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock), Clause 6 (Children) and Clause 9 (Reporting of Crime) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(165)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission, on behalf of her mother, that a number of articles had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 3 (Privacy), Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock), Clause 6 (Children) and Clause 9 (Reporting of Crime) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(166)A woman (The Sun)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission, on behalf of her mother, that a number of articles had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 3 (Privacy), Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock), Clause 6 (Children) and Clause 9 (Reporting of Crime) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(167)Miss Katie Muldoon (Edinburgh Evening News)

Miss Katie Muldoon complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had intruded into her family's grief by publishing an article following the death of her father, Pat Muldoon, in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief and shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(168)Mr Philip Davis (Kent Messenger)

Mr Philip Davis complained to the Press Complaints Commission about a report of his son's court appearance, in which he said that the number of charges to which his son had pleaded guilty was inaccurately reported in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code.

(169)Ms Vivien Harris (Yorkshire Evening Post)

Ms Vivien Harris complained to the Press Complaints Commission under the terms of Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 9 (Reporting of crime) of the Editors' Code of Practice. The complainant said that the newspaper had inaccurately claimed that a criminal offence took place at her home address.

(170)Jonathan Portes (Daily Mail)

Mr Jonathan Portes, Director of the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate and misleading information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(171)Mr Danny Murphy (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Danny Murphy complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that the newspaper had reported that Gerry Adams had been released on police bail, when in fact he had been released without charge.

(172)Ms Flo Kaufmann (The Mail on Sunday)

Ms Flo Kaufmann complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which she considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(173)Mr Jonathan Portes (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Jonathan Portes, Director of the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate and misleading information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(174)Mr Simon Li (Metro)

Mr Simon Li complained on behalf of Ms Nia Price to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that the newspaper had used a stock image to illustrate an article about students' sexual, drinking and drug taking habits.

(175)Mr William Hesselmann (Daily Mail)

Mr William Hesselmann complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(176)Mr William Hesselmann (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr William Hesselmann complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(177)Dr Steven Field (Daily Mail)

Dr Steven Field complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice in an article about the launch of Clare's Law.

(178)Miss Natalie Vincent (Daily Mail)

Miss Natalie Vincent complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that the newspaper had published a report of suicide which included excessive detail about the method used.

(179)Ms Annabel Giles (The Sun on Sunday)

Ms Annabel Giles complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper published an article which included private information about her personal life in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy), and included discriminatory and irrelevant references to her sexual orientation in breach of Clause 12 (Discrimination) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(180)Councillor Jim Moher (Brent & Kilburn Times)

Councillor Jim Moher complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the Brent & Kilburn Times had harassed him in breach of Clause 4 (Harassment).

(181)Paul Humpherson (Daily Mail)

Mr Paul Humpherson complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that an article published by a newspaper had inaccurately reported information relating to barristers' fees paid through legal aid.

(182)A man (Hull Daily Mail)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had identified him, without his consent, in a story that related to his private life in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(183)A woman (Dunfermline Press)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published information likely to contribute to the identification of a victim of sexual assault, in breach of Clause 11 (Victims of sexual assault) of the Editors' Code of Practice, in a court report.

(184)Mr John Rogers (Daily Mail)

Mr John Rogers complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had misleadingly altered a photograph of a football match, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(185)Mr Peter Kirkham (The Guardian)

Mr Peter Kirkham complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article, published online only, had inaccurately reported the law in relation to strip searches by the police, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(186)Ms Aisha Delaney (Hull Daily Mail)

Ms Aisha Delaney complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 12 (Discrimination) of the Editors' Code of Practice, about an article which contained a headline description of her as a 'demonic woman'.

(187)Mrs Angela Dean and Mr Richard Dean (The Mail on Sunday)

Mrs Angela Dean and Mr Richard Dean complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 4 (Harassment) of the Editors' Code of Practice, about an article which reported the contents of an interview with Mrs Dean's daughter.

(188)Mr Dirk Vennix (The People)

Mr Dirk Vennix, on behalf of the Association of British Bookmakers, complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 2 (Opportunity to reply) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that the newspaper had published inaccurate, misleading and distorted information in an article about betting machines, and had failed to promptly correct the inaccuracies once notified, or provide the ABB with a fair opportunity to reply.

(189)Paul Nischal (Sunday Mirror)

Mr Paul Nischal complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information about him and his company in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(190)London Probation Service (Evening Standard)

The London Probation Trust complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper has published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice and had not published the Trust's letter responding to the article in breach of Clause 2 (Opportunity to reply) of the Code.

(191)Mrs Julie Doubleday (Metro)

Mrs Julie Doubleday complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that a graphic accompanying an article about cancer rates gave the misleading impression that breastfeeding increases the likelihood of developing cancer.

(192)Mr Rod McLean (Daily Record)

Mr Rod McLean of the Arbroath Lifeboat Station crew complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a photograph published by the Daily Record on 26 February 2014 had been altered in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(193)Ms Laura Johnson (Daily Mail)

Ms Laura Johnson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information about her marriage in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(194)Ms Christina Kelly (Manchester Evening News)

Ms Christina Kelly complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that an article about accusations of bullying had been inaccurate, unbalanced and had not made clear that she had subsequently been cleared of the allegations.

(195)Mr Richard Duffy  (The Sunday Times)

Mr Richard Duffy complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, in an article regarding standards in healthcare.

(196)European Commission (The Sunday Telegraph)

The European Commission complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a series of articles concerning migration by EU citizens to the UK had inaccurately reported the economic status of those migrants, and their entitlement to welfare, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(197)S & R Motors (Swindon Advertiser)

S & R Motors complained through solicitors that an article headlined 'Trading Standards investigate garage', published by the Swindon Advertiser on 30 January 2014, was inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(198)Mr Prakhar Chatur (Daily Mail)

Mr Prakhar Chatur complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccurate map in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(199)Dr Michael Richman (Daily Mail)

Dr Michael Richman complained through solicitors, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that an article inaccurately stated that he had been arrested in 2003, and that he had faced a charge of vandalism.

(200)Dr Kate Stone (Daily Mail)

Dr Kate Stone complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached the terms of Clause 12 (Discrimination) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(201)Dr Kate Stone (The Sun)

Dr Kate Stone complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached the terms of Clause 12 (Discrimination) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(202)Dr Kate Stone (The Daily Telegraph)

Dr Kate Stone complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached the terms of Clause 12 (Discrimination) of the Editors' Code of Practice. The complainant considered that the reference to her transgender status in the article was irrelevant to the story, in breach of Clause 12 (ii) of the Code.

(203)Dr Kate Stone (The Scottish Sun)

Dr Kate Stone complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached the terms of Clause 12 (Discrimination) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(204)Dr Kate Stone (Daily Mirror)

Dr Kate Stone complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached the terms of Clause 12 (Discrimination) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(205)Dr Kate Stone (Daily Record)

Dr Kate Stone complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached the terms of Clause 12 (Discrimination) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(206)Mr Michael Varey (The People)

Michael Varey complained to the Press Complaints Commission that photographers commissioned, via an agency, to undertake work on behalf of The People had breached the terms of Clause 4 (Harassment) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(207)A man (Daily Mail)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a photograph of him and identified him, without his consent, in a story that related to his private life in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(208)A man (Daily Mirror)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article about his relationship with a reality television performer.

(209)A man (Sugarscape)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the magazine had published an article about his relationship with a reality television performer.

(210)Dr Lucy Series (The Daily Telegraph)

Dr Lucy Series complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that the newspaper had inaccurately reported the detail of proceedings before the Court of Protection.

(211)Two complainants (Daily Mail)

Two complainants complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, about an article which reported details of the design of their home.

(212)A woman (Sunday Life)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information about her, had failed to afford her the opportunity to respond to inaccuracies, had intruded into her private life, and had engaged in harassment in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 2 (Opportunity to reply), Clause 3 (Privacy), and Clause 4 (Harassment) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(213)A man (Reading Chronicle)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that an article had misrepresented the conduction of Reading Football Club's fans.

(214)Mr Liam Ryan (Daily Mail)

Mr Liam Ryan complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(215)Mr David Taylor (Wimbledon Guardian)

Mr David Taylor complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 4 (Harassment) of the Editors' Code of Practice, about an article regarding the conduct of traffic wardens in Merton.

(216)Mr Simeon Ewing (The Sun)

Mr Simeon Ewing complained to the Press Complaints Commission under the terms of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, about the inclusion of his photograph in an article about alcohol and football.

(217)Mr Ben Wood (Bristol Evening Post)

Mr Ben Wood complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(218)Mr Paul Mathieu (Ealing Gazette)

Mr Paul Mathieu complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 2 (Opportunity to reply) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(219)Mr Martin (Daily Mail)

Mr Martin complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(220)A man (The Mail on Sunday)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had obtained a photograph from his private Facebook page and published in without consent in breach of Clause 10 (Clandestine devices and subterfuge) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(221)Mr Chris Curry (Daily Mail)

Mr Chris Curry of Rights Watch UK complained that the newspaper had published an inaccurate and misleading article in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(222)A woman (Exeter Express & Echo)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, about a report of criminal proceedings in which she was a witness.

(223)Ms Alex Wood-Davis (Daily Mail)

Ms Alex-Wood Davis complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, about an article, reporting on the activities of the Police Federation, which included her photograph.

(224)Mrs Debbie Pickering (Daily Mail)

Mrs Debbie Pickering complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which she considered to have been intrusive in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(225)Mr John Sartain (The Scottish Sun)

Mr John Sartain complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that the newspaper had inaccurately reported that he had advertised a firearm for sale online, following a posting on Facebook, which he explained had been made as a joke.

(226)Mr Craig Moss & Ms Ruth Parkinson (Daily Mirror)

Mr Craig Moss and Ms Ruth Parkinson complained to the Press Complaints Commission about four articles which they considered to have been inaccurate and intrusive in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(227)Mr Craig Moss & Ms Ruth Parkinson (Daily Record)

Mr Craig Moss and Ms Ruth Parkinson complained to the Press Complaints Commission about four articles which they considered to have been inaccurate and intrusive in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(228)Mr Craig Moss & Ms Ruth Parkinson (The Sun)

Mr Craig Moss and Ms Ruth Parkinson complained to the Press Complaints Commission about four articles which they considered to have been inaccurate and intrusive in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(229)Mr Craig Moss & Ms Ruth Parkinson (The Times)

Mr Craig Moss and Ms Ruth Parkinson complained to the Press Complaints Commission about four articles which they considered to have been inaccurate and intrusive in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(230)Simon Cowell & Lauren Silverman (Daily Mail)

Simon Cowell and Lauren Silverman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that Mail Online had published pictures of them taken without their consent in a location where they had a reasonable expectation of privacy, in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(231)Mr Chris Shyne (Oldham Evening Chronicle)

Mr Chris Shyne complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered to have been inaccurate and intrusive in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy), Clause 2 (Opportunity to reply) and Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(232)Mrs Jacqui Deverson (Daily Mail)

Mrs Jacqui Deverson complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of her daughter about the publication of images which the latter considered to have been intrusive in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(233)Mr James Sanders (The Sun)

Mr James Sanders complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published incorrect information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(234)Mr James Sanders (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr James Sanders complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published incorrect information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(235)Mr James Sanders (Daily Mail)

Mr James Sanders complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published on its website incorrect information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(236)Mr Jay Jay Martin (Bristol Evening Post)

Mr Jay Jay Martin complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that the newspaper had published misleading information regarding legal proceedings against him.

(237)Mr Justin Grant (Daily Mail)

Mr Justin Grant complaint to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that an article about the sugar content of alcoholic drinks had inaccurately stated the sugar content of real ale.

(238)Mr Jonathan Portes (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Jonathan Portes, Director of the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate and misleading information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(239)Reverend Janet Henderson (Wales Online)

Reverend Janet Henderson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice. She was further concerned that the newspaper had not afforded her the opportunity to respond to inaccurate allegations and discriminated against her on the grounds of her gender in breach of Clause 2 (Opportunity to reply) and Clause 12 (Discrimination).

(240)PCC (The Scottish Sun)

The Press Complaints Commission investigated, on an own-volition basis, whether a payment by The Scottish Sun to a witness in a criminal trial breached Clause 15 (Witness payments in criminal trials) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(241)Wonga (Daily Record)

Wonga complained to the Press Complaints Commission via solicitors that the newspaper had published inaccurate information on its front and inside pages in the form of two articles in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(242)Mr Jeremiah Kirkwood (Sunday Life)

Mr Jeremiah Kirkwood complained to the Press Complaints Commission, through solicitors, that an article published by the Sunday Life had inaccurately reported that police had recovered video footage showing him using dogs to attack cats and badgers, in a report of his guilty plea to animal cruelty charges.

(243)Mrs Kalsoom Bashir (Bristol Evening Post)

Mrs Kalsoom Bashir complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which she considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(244)Peter Karran MHK (Manx Independent)

Peter Karran MHK complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccuracy in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, and had failed to apologise for its error, raising a further breach.

(245)Mr Peter Jones (Daily Mail)

Mr Peter Jones complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which discussed the export of recycling from the UK for processing abroad had contained a number of inaccuracies concerning the quantity of household recycling exported, the amount of this which ends up in landfill, and the amount of recyclable material which rejected by processors in the UK, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(246)Mr Peter Jones (Daily Mail)

Mr Peter Jones complained to the Press Complaints Commission that two articles, which discussed the impact of the EU Waste Framework Directive on recycling in the UK, had inaccurately reported the impact of the Directive, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(247)Mr William Galloway (Daily Mail)

Mr William Galloway complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice. The complainant said that the newspaper had incorrectly claimed that flights from Romania to London were full, and that seats were selling for up to 3000.

(248)Mr Jonathan Portes (Daily Mail)

Mr Jonathan Portes, Director of the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate and misleading information on its website in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(249)Ms Claire Whitely (Metro)

Ms Claire Whitely complained about three articles that reported on the death of her daughter, under Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) and Clause 10 (Clandestine devices and subterfuge) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(250)Ms Claire Whitely (Daily Mail)

Ms Claire Whitely complained about three articles that reported on the death of her daughter, under Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) and Clause 10 (Clandestine devices and subterfuge) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(251)Mr David Sutton (The Guardian)

Mr David Sutton complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(252)Professor Mark Addis (The Times)

Professor Mark Addis complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, about an article which he considered to have been inaccurate and misleading.

(253)A man (The Sunday Times)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Farm inspector sacked after anti-cull tweets', published in The Sunday Times on 29 September 2013, intruded into his private life in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) and was inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(254)Simon Cowell (The Mail on Sunday)

Simon Cowell complained to the Press Complaints Commission, via his representatives, that the newspaper had published inaccurate and intrusive claims regarding his, Lauren Silverman and her son's private Christmas holiday arrangements, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(255)Lauren Silverman (The Mail on Sunday)

Lauren Silverman complained to the Press Complaints Commission, through her representatives, Johnsons Solicitors, that the newspaper had published inaccurate and intrusive claims regarding her and her son's private Christmas holiday arrangements, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(256)Association of Chief Police Officers (Daily Mail)

The Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in an online version of an article in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(257)Mrs Jennie Davies (The Sun)

Mrs Jennie Davies complained to the Press Complaints Commission that reporters working on behalf of the newspaper had breached the terms of Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 3 (Privacy), Clause 4 (Harassment) and Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(258)Dr Brooke Magnanti (The Times)

Dr Brooke Magnanti, who is also known as Belle de Jour, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published misleading information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(259)Jirehouse Capital (Evening Standard)

Jirehouse Capital complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 2 (Opportunity to reply), Clause 3 (Privacy), Clause 4 (Harassment), Clause 10 (Clandestine devices and subterfuge), and Clause 14 (Confidential sources) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(260)Jirehouse Capital (The Guardian)

Jirehouse Capital complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 2 (Opportunity to reply), Clause 3 (Privacy), and Clause 4 (Harassment) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(261)Ms Jacqueline Minor (The Sun)

Ms Jacqueline Minor, Head of Representation at the European Commission's Representation to the United Kingdom, complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that the newspaper had inaccurately conflated judges of the European Court of Justice and European Court of Human Rights in a headline which appeared in the online teaser to an article reporting a decision by the latter Court concerning whole-life sentences.

(262)Mr Craig Whyte (Daily Record)

Mr Craig Whyte complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that the newspaper had published an article which inaccurately stated that a fan of Rangers Football Club had been thrown out of a supermarket after launching a 'tirade of abuse' at him.

(263)Mr Douglas Thomson (Scottish Daily Mail)

Mr Douglas Thomson complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(264)Mr Kevin Willetts (NME)

Mr Kevin Willetts complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(265)Mr Joseph Markus (The Times)

Mr Joseph Markus complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that an article which reported on opposition by ministers to the European Union's Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms had inaccurately reported that the Charter would introduce a new 'EU right to marry' into UK law.

(266)Mr Tomasz Orynski (Huffington Post)

Mr Tomasz Orynski complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of Zdzislaw Molodynski, about two articles which he considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice. he article carried comments attributed to Mr Molodynski, which he claimed not to have made.

(267)Mr Tomasz Orynski (Daily Mail)

Mr Tomasz Orynski complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of Zdzislaw Molodynski, about two articles which he considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(268)Wilton Park School (The Mail on Sunday)

Wilton Park School complained to the Press Complaints Commission through solicitors, on its own behalf and on behalf of seventeen pupils at the School, that an article headlined 'Probe into strict Christian sect school that shut up' girl pupil for 37 days....for making Facebook page', published by The Mail on Sunday on 20 January 2013, breached Clause 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(269)Natural Hydration Council (Daily Mail)

Kinvara Carey of the Natural Hydration Council complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(270)Mr Richard Duffy (The Observer)

Mr Richard Duffy complained to the Press Complaints Commission about two articles which he considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 2 (Opportunity to reply) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(271)Miss Kelly Robbie (Daily Echo (Bournemouth))

Miss Kelly Robbie complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a photograph of her son, and details of his medical condition, in an article about his father's death, in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy), Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief and shock) and Clause 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(272)Mr Jim Underhill (Daily Mail)

Mr Jim Underhill complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article (published online only), which reported on forthcoming research into the health impact of electronic cigarettes, had inaccurately reported the study as if it had concluded, and its findings been published, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(273)A woman (The Sun)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, about an article which reported details of her husband's conviction.

(274)Ms Lisa McMullan (Edinburgh Eevning News)

Ms Lisa McMullan complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, about the publication of her name and photograph in an article which reported on a tribunal's findings in relation to her former partner.

(275)Mrs Kathryn Dunn (The Mail on Sunday)

Mrs Kathryn Dunn complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, about an article which inaccurately reported that she had been on a cruise with her former husband.

(276)Mrs Anita Iacovou (Sutton Guardian)

Mrs Anita Iacovou complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that the newspaper had inaccurately reported the sum donated to a fund in memory of her late husband.

(277)Two employees of RBS's Global Restructuring Group (The Daily Telegraph)

Two employees of the Royal Bank of Scotland's Global Restructuring Group complained to the Press Complaints Commission that articles headlined 'Listen: RBS team argue with small business holders in conference call' and 'RBS, the fight for survival and a legacy of bitterness who cried foul', published on the website of The Daily Telegraph on 25 November 2013, intruded into their privacy in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice and contained information obtained using subterfuge in breach of Clause 10 (Clandestine devices and subterfuge) of the Code.

(278)Julie Johnson (The Echo (Basildon))

Julie Johnson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Dad jailed for 21st birthday wishes to son', published by The Echo (Basildon) on 7 June 2013, was inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and intrusive in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(279)Julie Johnson (Daily Mail)

Julie Johnson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Secret court jails father for sending son Facebook greeting on his birthday', published by the Daily Mail on 1 June 2013, was inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(280)PAPYRUS (The Sentinel (Staffordshire))

Ged Flynn complained on behalf of PAPYRUS Prevention of Young Suicide to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Dad took his own life after police failed to find suicide letters in Vauxhall Combo van', published by The Sentinel (Staffordshire) on 17 September 2013, contained excessive detail about a method of suicide in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(281)Mr John Heritage (The Sunday Telegraph)

Mr John Heritage complained to the Press Complaints Commission that articles which reported on an Italian mother whose baby was delivered by caesarean section following a court order obtained by Mid-Essex NHS trust had inaccurately stated that the order had been obtained by social services, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(282)Press Complaints Commission (Sunday World)

In December 2013, the Press Complaints Commission upheld a complaint from June McKibbin, via solicitors, against the Sunday World newspaper. The Commission has now issued a further rebuke to the newspaper for its failure to publish this ruling in compliance with the requirements set out in the Editors' Code of Practice.

(283)Mr Tariano Jackson II (The Sun)

Mr Tariano Jackson II complained to the Press Complaints Commission regarding an article which he considered to have breached Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 2 (Opportunity to reply), Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(284)Mrs Lynne Speight (Daily Mail)

Mrs Lynne Speight complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had accompanied an article about the perceived failings of private bus firm Arriva Transport Solutions with a photograph of a row of St John ambulances, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(285)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that in two articles about her ex-husband's conviction for murder, the newspaper had named her son in breach of Clause 6 (Children) and Clause 9 (Reporting of crime) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(286)Mr Stuart Robertson (The Scottish Sun)

Mr Stuart Robertson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(287)Mr Stuart Robertson (Daily Record)

Mr Stuart Robertson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(288)Professor David Mead (Daily Mail)

Professor David Mead complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(289)Mr Vince Harris (Daily Mail)

Mr Vince Harris complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article about the death of his son that was inaccurate and intrusive in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(290)The Disasters Emergency Committee (The Daily Telegraph)

The Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate and misleading information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(291)Graham Robson (York Press)

Graham Robson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice when it reported, wrongly, that he had pleaded guilty to two charges of animal neglect.

(292)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccurate report on the death of an elderly woman at a hospital in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(293)Dr Abiodun Bale (Daily Mail)

Dr Abiodun Bale complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(294)Murdo Mackay (Daily Mail)

Murdo Mackay was one of three individuals who complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had wrongly reported that a helicopter crash in Glasgow involved an explosion resulting in a fireball.

(295)Luke de Pulford (Daily Mail)

Luke de Pulford complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had wrongly reported that the bones of Saint Peter were being placed on public display for the very first time.

(296)Ms Jane Hamilton (The Mail on Sunday)

Ms Jane Hamilton, acting on behalf of Netmums, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article that inaccurately alleged that Netmums had censored readers' comments, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(297)Mr Sean Kane (Greenock Telegraph)

Mr Sean Kane complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a court report which contained inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(298)Mrs Sian Williams (Daily Mail)

Mrs Sian Williams complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article about the death of her husband that included private details regarding her finances and holidays, and was accompanied by images taken from her private Facebook profile, in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy), Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) and Clause 13 (Financial journalism) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(299)Mrs Sian Williams (South Wales Echo)

Mrs Sian Williams complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article about the death of her husband had been accompanied by photographs taken from her private Facebook profile and had included details that were intrusive and insensitive, in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(300)Mrs Sian Williams (Western Mail)

Mrs Sian Williams complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article about the death of her husband had been accompanied by photographs taken from her private Facebook profile and had included details that were intrusive and insensitive, in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(301)Ms Kate Snell (The Mail on Sunday)

Ms Kate Snell complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 2 (Opportunity to reply) and Clause 4 (Harassment) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(302)Jenni Thomas (Daily Mail)

Jenni Thomas complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article on its website that was inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(303)Jenni Thomas (The Mail on Sunday)

Jenni Thomas complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article on its website that was inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(304)Mr Richard Duffy (The Independent)

Mr Richard Duffy complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately reported that the Francis Inquiry into the Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust had found that patients had been forced to drink water out of plant pots in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(305)Wonga (Daily Mirror)

Wonga complained via solicitors that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice. The complainant was concerned that the article incorrectly claimed that it provided loans to UK customers via its Swiss office rather than its UK office. All loans granted to UK customers were made through its UK lending entity, which was regulated by the OFT.

(306)A man (Daventry Express)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published his young daughter's name and address in breach of Clause 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice. Her details had appeared in a column which marked the birthdays of children who were members of the Birthday Club.

(307)Terry Loscombe (Daily Record)

Mr Terry Loscombe complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article that stated that power cables in Scotland were being stolen by English gangs without providing evidence to support the claim. He noted that individuals caught on CCTV could not be identified as English.

(308)Steven Price (Liverpool Echo)

Steven Price complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had reported the death of his cousin before the family had been officially notified by the police.

(309)Iain McKenzie MP (Daily Record)

Iain McKenzie MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(310)A woman (Manchester Evening News)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a newspaper had published information on its website in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 3 (Privacy), 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) and 9 (Reporting of Crime) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(311)Mr Andrew Newman (Daily Mail)

Mr Andrew Newman complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, about the headline to an article which reported on National Audit Office figures for losses from fraud and error in the benefits system.

(312)Miss Morag Powell (The Scotsman)

Miss Morag Powell complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published her photograph without her consent in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, and had wrongly identified her as Jacqueline Fergus, a business partner of Fergus & Glover, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy).

(313)Mrs Bryony Hill (The Mail on Sunday)

Mrs Bryony Hill complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published material which was inaccurate and intruded into her husband's privacy in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(314)Mr Sean McGrath (The Herald (Glasgow))

Mr Sean McGrath complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had wrongly reported that he had been 'bullied into working' for two drug dealers in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(315)Peter Jones (The Daily Telegraph)

Peter Jones complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's coverage of the EU Waste Framework Directive misrepresented the impact of the directive on householders in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(316)Mr James Dowson (Belfast News Letter)

Mr James Dowson complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(317)Jonathan Landers (Northern Echo)

Jonathan Landers complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had reported that he had fraudulently taken 12k from his mother's estate when, in fact, the offence had taken place before his mother's death and the money was promptly repaid.

(318)Mr John Harrington (Hereford Times)

Mr John Harrington complained that the newspaper had obtained information from an inappropriate source and had subsequently inaccurately reported that the local council planned to develop Hereford's Newmarket Street into a single-lane shared space for cars and pedestrians, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(319)Councillor Iain Gaul (Courier & Advertiser (Dundee))

Councillor Iain Gaul complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Row over taxpayer revamp of Angus pub' contained a number of inaccuracies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(320)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, about an article, published online only, which reported details of her husband's conviction.

(321)Mr Liam Cooney (Herald Express (Torquay))

Mr Liam Cooney complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article on the death of his mother had inaccurately stated that she had been found in her flat on 30 April, her birthday.

(322)Mr Paul Schofield (Daily Mail)

Mr Paul Schofield complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that an article published by the newspaper had contained an inaccurate account of doctors' earnings.

(323)Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt (The Sunday Telegraph)

Ms Sohair Younis complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of the Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt regarding an article which the Embassy considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(324)Mr Adam Olsen (Daily Mail)

Mr Adam Osen complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, about an article which he considered had inaccurately reported the level of pre-tax earnings required for an individual to earn 41,000 after tax.

(325)Mr Clive Bates (Daily Mail)

Mr Clive Bates complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered had inaccurately reported the outcome of a study concerning electronic cigarettes, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(326)Ms June McKibbin (Sunday World)

Ms June McKibbin complained to the Press Complaints Commission, via solicitors, that an article headlined 'Deadly duo...woman knows who killed my brother', published by the Sunday World on 16 June 2013, had intruded into her private life in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(327)Mrs Bryony Hill (The Sunday Telegraph)

Mrs Bryony Hill complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published material which was inaccurate and intruded into her husband's privacy in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(328)Spire Healthcare (The Times)

Spire Healthcare complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(329)Mr Brian Stockbridge (Daily Record)

Mr Brian Stockbridge complained through his lawyers to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published information which intruded into his private life in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(330)Mr Brian Lux (The Times)

Mr Brian Lux complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(331)Mrs Lynne Parker (Evening Chronicle (Newcastle upon Tyne))

Mrs Lynne Parker complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(332)Mrs Lynne Parker (Manchester Evening News)

Mrs Lynne Parker complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(333)Mrs Lynne Parker (Daily Mirror)

Mrs Lynne Parker complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(334)Mrs Lynne Parker (Wales Online)

Mrs Lynne Parker complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(335)Mr Chris Huhne (Daily Mirror)

Mr Chris Huhne complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(336)Mrs Jessica Sims (Daily Mail)
(337)Mr Ben Saunders (The Guardian)
(338)A man (Daily Mail)
(339)Ms Emily Wheatley (Daily Mirror)
(340)Ms Lorraine Kordecki (Daily Mail)
(341)Mr Robin Crorie (The Mail on Sunday)
(342)Mr Adam Levick (The Economist)
(343)Scottish Secular Society (The Scotsman)
(344)Mr Syed Raza (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Syed Raza complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(345)Alex Powell (Birmingham Mail)

Alex Powell complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice when it misreported that he had been issued with a police warning.

(346)Mr Jonathan Landers (Darlington & Stockton Times)

Jonathan Landers complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had reported that he had fraudulently taken 12k from his mother's estate when, in fact, the offence had taken place before his mother's death and the money had been promptly repaid.

(347)Mrs J Dobson (The Sun)

Mrs J Dobson complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, about a review published by the newspaper that discussed her appearance on Superstars and Superfans.

(348)Wendy Fellows (Sunday Mercury)

Wendy Fellows complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article about the death of her son that contained inaccurate, intrusive and upsetting material which, in her view, represented a breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(349)Mr Ash Choudry (Daily Mail)

Mr Ash Choudry complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately described a convicted heroin dealer, who had bullied and beaten his wife, as a 'devout Muslim', in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(350)Mr Gavin Buchan (Daily Mirror)

Mr Gavin Buchan complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately reported that the dog responsible for the death of a four-year-old girl had been a French mastiff, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(351)Rape Crisis (Daily Mail)

Fiona Elvines, representing Rape Crisis, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had misattributed a statistic about the veracity of rape allegations to the charity.

(352)Richard Brown (Lincolnshire Echo)

Richard Brown complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of an individual who was the victim of a violent attack in the street.

(353)Mr David Cousins (The Times)

Mr David Cousins complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article, which discussed the investigation into the allegation that former Cabinet minister Andrew Mitchell had called police officers 'plebs', had inaccurately stated that the Police Federation is a trade union.

(354)Laura Clegg (Daily Mail)

Ms Laura Clegg complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(355)A woman (The Mail on Sunday)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information about her and a photograph of her in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(356)Ms Zoe Harcombe (Daily Mail)

Ms Zoe Harcombe complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate and misleading information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(357)Mr Sean McGrath (Southern Daily Echo)

Mr Sean McGrath complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had wrongly reported that he had been bullied into working for two drug dealers in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(358)Miss Tracey Makin (Sunday Life)

Miss Tracey Makin complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a story about her 1998 lottery win against her expressed wishes and in breach of Clauses 3 (Privacy) and 4 (Harassment) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(359)Mr David Bennett (Daily Mail)

Mr David Bennett complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 2 (Opportunity to reply) Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 4 (Harassment), about an article which followed his being interviewed on BBC Radio 4's Today Programme.

(360)Ms Macarena Parada (Sevenoaks Chronicle)

Ms Macarena Parada complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which she considered to have breached Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 3 (Privacy), 4 (Harassment), 6 (Children), 9 (Reporting of crime) and 12 (Discrimination) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(361)Mr Joseph O'Leary (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Joseph O'Leary complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that an article which reported on medical never events' in the NHS had inaccurately stated that such events had doubled in a year.

(362)Mr Sean McGrath (Yorkshire Post)

Mr Sean McGrath complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had wrongly reported that he had been bullied into working for two drug dealers in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(363)Mr Joe Holden (Chorley Guardian)

Mr Joe Holden, acting on behalf of the Chorley Trials Club, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a one-side article about the club's proposal to use Denham Quarry for motorcycling events in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(364)Mike Jempson (Daily Mail)

Mike Jempson, Director of the MediaWise Trust, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'EU uses public cash to back groups that want to stifle Press freedom', published in the Daily Mail on 15 April 2013, was inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(365)Mike Jempson (The Drum)

Mike Jempson, Director of the MediaWise Trust, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'EU puts 2.3m into Mediadem' project as it seeks a Europe-wide regulation over journalists', published by The Drum on 14 April 2013, was inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(366)Mike Jempson (The Sunday Telegraph)

Mike Jempson, Director of the MediaWise Trust, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'EU pours millions into groups seeking state control of the press', published by The Sunday Telegraph on 14 April 2013, was inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(367)Paul Caruana (The Guardian)

Paul Caruana complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editor's Code of Practice when in wrongly reported that he supported, and was actively involved in, the 2013 badger cull in Somerset.

(368)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article, which reported on monetary awards in cases against the United Kingdom before the European Court of Human Rights, had inaccurately suggested that the total sum for such awards was the figure paid out as compensation when this had in fact included legal costs, and that this had exclusively been paid to criminals, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(369)Mrs Rebecca Louise Elder (Midhurst and Petworth Observer)

Mrs Rebecca Louise Elder, acting on behalf of the parents of a pupil at Fernhurst Pre-School, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Pre-school child porn web shock', published in the Midhurst and Petworth Observer on 18 July 2013, had included a photograph of the pupil in breach of Clause 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(370)Mr Shaun McInerney (Daily Mail)

Mr Shaun McInerney complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief and shock) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that the newspaper had published an insensitive report of the inquest into the death of Karayn McInerney.

(371)Dee Vyas (The Sun)

Dee Vyas complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article about her dietary requirements which contained a number of errors which, in her view, represented a breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(372)Dee Vyas (Daily Mail)

Dee Vyas complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an online article about her dietary requirements which contained a number of errors which, in her view, represented a breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(373)Mr Lee Woodward (The Sun)

Mr Lee Woodward complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately reported that 44% of Britons suffered from OCD and had given the significantly misleading impression that the statistics were based on the findings of a survey carried out by OCD UK, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(374)Mr Sean McGrath (The News (Portsmouth))

Mr Sean McGrath complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had wrongly reported that he had worked for two drug dealers in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(375)Mr Sean McGrath (Guernsey Press & Star)

Mr Sean McGrath complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had wrongly reported that he had been 'bullied into working' for two drug dealers in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(376)Mr Sean McGrath (Daily Mail)

Mr Sean McGrath complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had wrongly reported that he had been 'bullied into working' for two drug dealers in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(377)Mr Sean McGrath (London 24)

Mr Sean McGrath complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had wrongly reported that he had been 'bullied into working' for two drug dealers in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(378)Sir Christopher Geidt (The Guardian)

Sir Christopher Geidt, Private Secretary to HM The Queen, complained via solicitors to the Press Complaints Commission that in three articles published on 8 May 2013, The Guardian had published inaccurate claims in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(379)Amy D'Warte (Hastings & St Leonards Observer)

Amy D'Warte was one of 13 individuals who complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a court report that presented an inaccurate account of the trial of Mark Sandland.

(380)Mr Zahid Darr (The Sun)

Mr Zahid Darr complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published information which was inaccurate and intruded into both his family's private life and his daughter's time at school, in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 3 (Privacy), and 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(381)Mr David Johnson (The Sun)

Mr David Johnson complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered to have been inaccurate and discriminatory in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 12 (Discrimination) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(382)Mr David Pollock (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr David Pollock complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article, which reported on monetary awards in cases against the United Kingdom before the European Court of Human Rights, had inaccurately suggested that the total sum for such awards was the figure paid out as compensation when this had in fact included legal costs, and that this had exclusively been paid to criminals, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(383)Ms Mojgan Khayatian (The Sun)

Ms Mojgan Khayatian complained to the Press Complaints Commission through solicitors about an article which she considered to have been inaccurate and intrusive in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 3 (Privacy) and 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(384)Mr Moore (Daily Mirror)

Mr Moore complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the article was inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(385)Mr Peter Maddison (The Mail on Sunday)

Mr Peter Maddison complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccurate article, which had listed the UK's top ten benefits cheats, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(386)Dee Vyas (Metro)

Dee Vyas complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article about her dietary requirements which contained a number of errors which, in her view, represented a breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(387)Ms Zoe Harcombe (The Daily Telegraph)

Ms Zoe Harcombe complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate and misleading information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(388)Ms Zoe Harcombe (Daily Mirror)

Ms Zoe Harcombe complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate and misleading information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(389)Paul Caruana (The Daily Telegraph)

Paul Caruana complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice when it wrongly reported that he supported, and was actively involved in, the 2013 badger cull in Somerset.

(390)Mr Chris Winnan (The Guardian)

Mr Chris Winnan complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately reported that illegally downloaded music, films and software cost the industry around $80bn (51bn) a month, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(391)Mr Elliot Reed and Mr Jim Allen (The Sun)

Mr Elliot Reed and Mr Jim Allen complained to the Press Complaints Commission, on behalf of the BBC, that an article published by the newspaper had inaccurately suggested that the crew of the television programme 'Sun, Sex and Suspicious Parents' had wasted 150,000 partying after the subjects of the programme had pulled out, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(392)A man (The Daily Telegraph)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Planning investigation: we'd say cut down trees before they object'', published by The Daily Telegraph on 11 March 2013, contained information which had been obtained using subterfuge in breach of Clause 10 (Clandestine devices and subterfuge) of the Editors' Code of Practice and was misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Code.

(393)Ms Jean McComb (Sunday World)

Ms Jean McComb complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article, published by the newspaper, had inaccurately reported that her brother, the late James Bryson, was related to loyalist flag protester Jamie Bryson.

(394)Dr Nicholas Russell (Daily Mirror)

Dr Nicholas Russell complained to the Press Complaints Commission, with the consent of his brother Judge Anthony Russell QC, that an article headlined 'Stuart Hall judge visited gay brothel', published by the Daily Mirror on 24 June 2013, had discriminated against the Judge and intruded into his privacy in breach of Clause 12 (Discrimination) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(395)Mr Anthony Stansfeld, Police and Crime Commissioner for Thames Valley (The Mail on Sunday)

Mr Anthony Stansfeld, Police and Crime Commissioner for Thames Valley, complained that the newspaper had published inaccuracies in three articles, raising a breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(396)Mrs Julia Litt (The Mail on Sunday)

Mrs Julia Litt complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a misleading image in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(397)A woman (The Star (Sheffield))

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article concerning a magistrates' court hearing of the boy's father, a parental rights campaigner facing allegations of vandalism, in which her young son was named.

(398)Mr Adam Francis (Express & Star (Wolverhampton))

Mr Adam Francis complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 3 (Privacy), 4 (Harassment) and 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(399)Mr Adam John Spears (The Mail on Sunday)

Mr Adam John Spears complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(400)Richard Brown (Daily Mirror)

Richard Brown complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of an individual who was the victim of a violent attack in the street.

(401)Ms Tulisa Contostavlos, Lewis Silkin LLP and Mr Jonathan Coad (The Sun)

Ms Tulisa Contostavlos, Lewis Silkin LLP and Mr Jonathan Coad complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article, which reported on legal action brought by Ms Contostavlos in relation to the publication of a 'sex tape' online, had misleadingly suggested that this action had been an expensive failure, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(402)Mrs Anne Darwin (Daily Mail)

Mrs Anne Darwin complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a story that had been intrusive and inaccurate in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(403)Mrs Anne Darwin (Sunday Mirror)

Mrs Anne Darwin complained to the Press Complaints Commission about the conduct of the newspaper and expressed concern that it had published a story that had been intrusive and inaccurate in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 3 (Privacy) and 4 (Harassment) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(404)Mr Rohan Agalawatta (Daily Mail)

Mr Rohan Agalawatta complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which reported comedians' favourite jokes from the Edinburgh Fringe had inaccurately attributed a joke to him, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(405)Mr Joseph Haines (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Joseph Haines complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(406)Annabelle Fuller (The Sunday Times)

Annabelle Fuller complained to the Press Complaints Commission with the authorisation of Alexandra Phillips. The complainant was concerned that the newspaper had wrongly linked Ms Phillips with allegations of racism and had relied on information obtained from Facebook that was the subject of a police investigation.

(407)A woman (Croydon Advertiser)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the Croydon Advertiser had harassed her in breach of Clause 4 (Harassment) of the Editors' Code of Practice in May 2013, and had published an article which identified her in breach of Clause 9 (Reporting of Crime) of the Code in June 2013.

(408)Eric Joyce MP (Falkirk Herald)

Eric Joyce MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which, in his view, contained inaccuracies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(409)Mr David Hoar (Hackney Gazette)

Mr David Hoar complained to the Press Complaints Commission about four articles, which he considered to have been inaccurate and misleading, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(410)Mr David Hoar (Daily Mail)

Mr David Hoar complained to the Press Complaints Commission about four articles, which he considered to have been inaccurate and misleading, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(411)Mr Adam Morgan (Sunday Mirror)

Mr Adam Morgan complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a misleading photograph in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(412)Jill Finney (The Independent)

Jill Finney complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice with its coverage of criticism levelled at investigations conducted by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

(413)Mr Danny Simpson (The Sun)

Mr Danny Simpson complained through Lewis Silkin solicitors to the Press Complaints Commission that a front page article headlined 'Tulisa's stolen my bloke... and I'm 3 months pregnant' and a further article headlined 'As far as I'm concerned, we were still together... I'm numb', published in The Sun on 16 November 2012, were inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(414)Ms Tulisa Contostavlos (The Sun)

Ms Tulisa Contostavlos complained through Lewis Silkin solicitors to the Press Complaints Commission that a front page article headlined 'Tulisa's stolen my bloke... and I'm 3 months pregnant' and a further article headlined 'As far as I'm concerned, we were still together... I'm numb', published in The Sun on 16 November 2012, were inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(415)Mr Danny Simpson (Daily Mirror)

Mr Danny Simpson complained through Lewis Silkin solicitors to the Press Complaints Commission that a front page headline, 'Tulisa is just a homewrecker... I'm devastated', and an article with the headline 'She's Tu cruel', published in the Daily Mirror on 16 November 2012, were inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(416)Ms Tulisa Contostavlos (Daily Mirror)

Ms Tulisa Contostavlos complained through Lewis Silkin solicitors to the Press Complaints Commission that a front page headline, 'Tulisa is just a homewrecker... I'm devastated', and an article with the headline 'She's Tu cruel', published in the Daily Mirror on 16 November 2012, were inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(417)A woman (The Mail on Sunday)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the Mail on Sunday had harassed her in breach of Clause 4 (Harassment) of the Editors' Code of Practice in May 2013, and had published an article which identified her and her brother in breach of Clause 9 (Reporting of Crime) of the Code in June 2013.

(418)Jill Finney (The Sun)

Jill Finney complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice with its coverage of criticism levelled at investigations conducted by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

(419)Captain Alex Gibbons (Daily Mail)

Captain Alex Gibbons complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article reporting on seahorse habitats in Studland Bay, Dorset.

(420)Mr Peter Reynolds (Daily Mail)

Mr Peter Reynolds complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(421)Peter Ellison (Daily Mail)

Peter Ellison complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article about an abandoned theme park which contained a number of inaccurate claims regarding incidents that occurred at the site when it was in operation. The complainant believed that Clause 1 (Accuracy) had been breached.

(422)Mr Christian Hanagan (Cynon Valley Leader)

Mr Christian Hanagan, on behalf of Rhondda Taf County Borough Council and Youth Mayor Sam Akintioye, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) by reporting inaccurately that an investigation had been launched into Mr Akintioye after the publication of a story in a magazine that had described how a man with a similar name had cheated a woman of her life savings.

(423)A man v The Bolton News (The Bolton News)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article published in The Bolton News in March 2013 was intrusive in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) and had identified him in breach of Clause 14 (Confidential sources) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(424)Mr David Lant (The Sun)

Mr David Lant complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(425)A woman (The Sun)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that The Sun had published an article which identified her in breach of Clause 9 (Reporting of Crime) of the Editors' Code of Practice in May 2013.

(426)Miss Julieta Molina (Evening Standard)

Miss Julieta Molina complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately reported that Phillip Goodeve-Docker had frozen to death when temperatures fell to -50C; the temperature had actually been -70C, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(427)Mr John Somerville (Daily Mail)

Mr John Somerville complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate, misleading or distorted information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(428)Mr Jonathan Portes (The Times)

Mr Jonathan Portes, who is the Director General of the National Institute for Economic and Social Research, complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(429)Mr Patrick Gray (Oxford Mail)

Mr Patrick Gray complained that the newspaper had published a misleading image in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(430)Mr John Marsh (Burton Mail)

Mr John Marsh complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under the terms of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that the newspaper had inaccurately stated that the Francis report had uncovered evidence of failings within Stafford Hospital that had led to the 'unnecessary deaths of thousands of patients'.

(431)Natalie Sansom (Daily Mail)

Natalie Sansom complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published her private health information in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(432)Mr Michael McDermid (Daily Mail)

Mr Michael McDermid complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice. The complainant considered that the newspaper had inaccurately reported that a police officer had been convicted of misconduct in a public office; in fact, the individual had been a civilian detention officer.

(433)Adele Brand (Daily Mail)

Adele Brand complained that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(434)Dr Oluwatoyin Ogunsanya (Daily Mail)

Dr Oluwatoyin Ogunsanya complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which reported that a man who had died from a brain tumour had had his symptoms misdiagnosed by doctors.

(435)Debbie Vincent (Daily Mail)

Debbie Vincent complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article about animal rights activism which contained a number of inaccuracies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(436)Ms Tina Olsen (The Sun)

Ms Tina Olson complained to the Press Complaints Commission, on behalf of her father Anthony Olson, about an article which she considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(437)Ms Tina Olsen (News Shopper Bexley and North Kent)

Ms Tina Olson complained to the Press Complaints Commission, on behalf of her father Anthony Olson, about an article which she considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(438)Christine Hussain (Herald & Post (Luton))

Christine Hussain, an Independent Sexual Violence Adviser at the Emerald Centre Sexual Assault Referral Centre, complained on behalf of a client of the Centre to the Press Complaints Commission that an article published in the Herald and Post (Luton) in 2012 included details about her that breached Clause 11 (Victims of sexual assault) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(439)The Ministry of Justice (The Daily Telegraph)

The Ministry of Justice complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a number of inaccuracies about Helen Grant's involvement in issues relating to legal aid, raising a breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(440)Mr Harry Eyres (The Observer)

Mr Harry Eyres complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a review of his book which included a number of inaccuracies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(441)Ms Miriam Greener (Daily Mail)

Ms Miriam Greener complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which discussed the trial of Amanda Knox had contained a number of inaccuracies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(442)Mr Euan McIlvride (The Herald (Glasgow))

Mr Euan McIlvride complained to the Press Complaints Commission about three articles which were, in his view, inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(443)Mrs Natalie Walker (Selby Post)

Mrs Natalie Walker complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a report about a traffic accident involving her car had breached Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock).

(444)Mr Daniel Mears (Auto Express)

Mr Daniel Mears, on behalf of Finchley and Totteridge Car Centre, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the magazine had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(445)A man (Daily Mail)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice when it described, inaccurately, the features of the Microsoft One console.

(446)Miss Julieta Molina (The Independent)

Miss Julieta Molina complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately reported that Phillip Goodeve-Docker had frozen to death when temperatures fell to -20C; the temperature had actually been -70C.

(447)Miss Julieta Molina (The Guardian)

Miss Julieta Molina complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately reported that Phillip Goodeve-Docker had died from hypothermia when temperatures fell to -20C; the temperature had actually been -70C.

(448)Jill Finney (The Daily Telegraph)

Jill Finney complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice with its coverage of criticism levelled at investigations conducted by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and her actions as deputy chief executive.

(449)Jill Finney (The Times)

Jill Finney complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice with its coverage of criticism levelled at investigations conducted by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

(450)Captain Alex Gibbons (The Daily Telegraph)

Captain Alex Gibbons complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article reporting on seahorse habitats in Studland Bay, Dorset. In the complainant's view, the coverage contained a number of errors, including claims that Studland Bay is home to the largest breeding colony of native seahorse species in the UK and that boats anchoring in the bay had destroyed local eelgrass beds.

(451)Sir Nicholas Bratza (The Sunday Telegraph)

Sir Nicolas Bratza, a former President of the European Court of Human Rights, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a column by Christopher Booker had inaccurately reported details of his involvement with a conference at the Council of Europe, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(452)Mr Charles Piggott (The Herald (Glasgow))

Mr Charles Piggott complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, about an article which he considered to have inaccurately suggested that medical experts believed that the gel used to deliver nicotine in electronic cigarettes could be as harmful as tobacco.

(453)Mr Jeet Bains (The Scotsman)

Mr Jeet Bains complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(454)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article headlined 'Missed chances to halt sex gang' which identified her which she believed was in breach of Clause 9 (Reporting of crime) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(455)Mr Stewart Moore (Sunday Herald)

Mr Stewart Moore complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which was, in his view, inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(456)A woman (The Sunday Times)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that The Sunday Times had harassed her in breach of Clause 4 (Harassment) of the Editors' Code of Practice in May 2013.

(457)Mr Nigel White (Docklands & East London Advertiser)

Mr Nigel White complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately reported that two individuals had been the first to complete the challenge of visiting all London's DLR stations and had set a new record for doing so.

(458)Jill Finney (Daily Mail)

Jill Finney complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice with its coverage of criticism levelled at investigations conducted by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

(459)Mr Nahill Younis (Daily Mail)

Mr Nahill Younis complained to the Press Complaints Commission about the conduct of two reporters who had attended his home address. It was the complainant's position that he, and his family, had been harassed, in breach of Clauses 3 (Privacy) and 4 (Harassment) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(460)The Family of James Taylor Jnr and Plymouth Brethren Christian Church (The Mail on Sunday)

The Family of James Taylor Jnr and Plymouth Brethren Christian Church complained through their lawyer to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate allegations that James Taylor Junior had sexually assaulted an individual in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(461)David Watson (Sunday Life)

David Watson complained to the Press Complaints Commission via his solicitors that the newspaper had published an article which inaccurately reported that was responsible for introducing a Class A drug to his local area in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(462)A married couple (Daily Mail)

A married couple complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article including Facebook comments attributed to their teenage son by name.

(463)A married couple (The Sun)

A married couple complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article including Facebook comments attributed to their teenage son by name.

(464)Mr Jordan Sheard (The Sun)

Mr Jordan Sheard complained through his solicitors to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccurate article in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(465)Mr Christopher Orrett (Western Morning News)

Mr Christopher Orrett complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which was, in his view, inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(466)Miss Holly Morgan (The Sun)

Miss Holly Morgan complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had created the misleading impression that she had taken part in a Channel Four television show and had published her photograph without her permission.

(467)Portsmouth City Council (Daily Mail)

Portsmouth City Council complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting that a local primary school had denied pupils water on the hottest day of the year as it was Ramadan.

(468)Mr Michael Cameron (Sunday Life)

Mr Michael Cameron complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article with a number of inaccuracies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(469)A woman (Hemel Hempstead Gazette)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article published by the Hemel Hempstead Gazette had breached Clause 6 (Children) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(470)A woman (Wales Online)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under the terms of Clauses 3 and 6 of the Editors' Code of Practice, that the newspaper had published a private image of her daughter without her consent.

(471)Mr David Amess MP (The Echo (Southend))

Mr David Amess MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately reported that he had been behind a House of Commons motion for Andy Murray to be knighted.

(472)A woman (Marie Claire)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the magazine had published an article containing inaccurate assertions about the properties of tequila.

(473)Miss Tracey Anderson (The Sunday Post)

Miss Tracey Anderson of Tootsies Fish Spa complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which discussed the potential implications of a court case involving a beautician who illegally performed a teeth whitening service.

(474)Miss Julieta Molina (Metro)

Miss Julieta Molina complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately reported that Phillip Goodeve-Docker had died from hypothermia when temperatures fell to -20C; the temperature had actually been -70C.

(475)Mrs Lori and Mrs Chris John (The Sun)

Mrs Lori and Mr Chris John complained to the Press Complaints Commission about the conduct of the newspaper's reporter, and an article which they believed was inaccurate and intrusive, in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 3 (Privacy) and 4 (Harassment) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(476)Mr Samuel Davis (Daily Mail)

Mr Samuel Davis complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which was, in his view, inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(477)Mr Chris Lane (The Independent)

Mr Chris Lane complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which was, in his view, inaccurate and discriminatory in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 12 (Discrimination) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(478)A woman (The Huffington Post)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice that the newspaper had published a photograph of her with Apprentice contestant Luisa Zissman.

(479)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice that the newspaper had published a photograph of her with Apprentice contestant Luisa Zissman.

(480)A woman (The Sun)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice that the newspaper had published a photograph of her with Apprentice contestant Luisa Zissman.

(481)Miss Natasha Woest (Daily Mail)

Miss Natasha Woest, sanctuary manager for the Society for Abandoned Animals (SAA), complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which reported that Archie, an abandoned cat, had died shortly after having been adopted by actress Anne Kirkbride.

(482)Mike Linfoot (Daily Mail)

Mike Linfoot complained to the Press Complaints Commission, via Travellers Movement, that the newspaper had published a report which contained a number of inaccuracies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(483)Mike Linfoot (The Daily Telegraph)

Mike Linfoot complained to the Press Complaints Commission, via Travellers Movement, that the newspaper had published a report which contained a number of inaccuracies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(484)Mr Jonathan Smith (The Sun)

Mr Jonathan Smith complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, about an article which he considered to have published a distorted account of a dispute.

(485)Mr John Thuo (The Spectator)

Mr John Thuo, through his solicitors, complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 10 (Subterfuge) about an article which he considered to have reported as fact his claims to have committed serious crimes in Kenya, when these claims had been rejected by both the Home Office and Immigration Tribunal during his successful appeal against deportation.

(486)A woman (Huddersfield Daily Examiner)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that an article reporting an action against a convicted criminal under the Proceeds of Crime Act had included information about that individual's previous home, in which she now lived.

(487)Ms Anna Morell (Daily Mail)

Ms Anna Morell complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 12 (Discrimination) of the Editors' Code of Practice, about an article which she considered to have misleadingly omitted reference to British female champions at Wimbledon during the last 77 years.

(488)Mr Kevin Hurley (The Mail on Sunday)

Mr Kevin Hurley, Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate and misleading information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(489)Mr Paul Homewood (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Paul Homewood complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered to have been inaccurate and misleading, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(490)A woman (Daily Mirror)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which reported on the actions of a father involved in a custody dispute.

(491)Craig Whyte (The Scottish Sun)

Craig Whyte complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) when it referred to him as a 'fugitive' as the warrant against him to attend court as a witness had not been executed.

(492)Ms Victoria Ward (Daily Mirror)

Ms Victoria Ward complained with the consent of her brother Dwayne Ward that the newspaper had published a photograph of him which intruded into his privacy in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) and his shock in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief and shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(493)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained, through a representative, that the newspaper had identified her in breach of Clause 9 (Reporting of crime) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(494)A woman (Manchester Evening News)

A woman complained, through a representative, that the newspaper had identified her in breach of Clause 9 (Reporting of crime) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(495)A woman (The Sun)

A woman complained, through a representative, that the newspaper had identified her in breach of Clause 9 (Reporting of crime) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(496)A woman (Daily Mirror)

A woman complained, through a representative, that the newspaper had identified her in breach of Clause 9 (Reporting of crime) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(497)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which reported that a family member had been involved in a car accident.

(498)Mrs Caroline Stevenson (Bristol Observer)

Mrs Caroline Stevenson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccurate headline in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy).

(499)Mr Joe Curry (The Herald (Glasgow))

Mr Joe Curry complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccuracy in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(500)Mr Matt Thornington (Daily Mail)

Mr Matt Thornington complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which had been unclear regarding the type of solar panel the author had purchased and giving a misleading impression of the value of solar panels.

(501)Mr Stephen Bevan (Epsom Guardian)

Mr Stephen Bevan complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately reported that while serving as an RAF sergeant in Afghanistan, he had used his language skills to listen to the Taliban and al-Quaeda.

(502)The Rt Hon Nicholas Soames MP (Daily Mail)

The Rt Hon Nicholas Soames MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published information about his daughter which breached the terms of Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 3 (Privacy), and Clause 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(503)Ms Donna Cullen (Great Yarmouth Mercury)

Ms Donna Cullen complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which reported on inquest proceedings.

(504)Mr David Shephard (Men's Health)

Mr David Shephard complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which reviewed a neuro-linguistic programming therapy session he had delivered to the magazine's reviewer.

(505)A woman (Daily Mirror)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccuracies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(506)Mr James Mills (Cambridge News)

Mr James Mills complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a misleading image.

(507)Ms Jane Legate (The Guardian)

Ms Jane Legate complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(508)Dr Jahangir Taghipour (Harrow Times)

Dr Jahangir Taghipour complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about articles which reported on the court proceedings in which he faced allegations of sexual assault.

(509)Mr Joe Dromey (Daily Mail)

Mr Joe Dromey complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a misleading article in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(510)Mr Simon Tipper (Southern Daily Echo)

Mr Simon Tipper, the director of Dyers Bros Ltd, complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which reported the sale of a former boatyard for development.

(511)Ms Anna Morell (The Times)

Ms Anna Morell complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 12 (Discrimination) of the Editors' Code of Practice, about a headline which she considered to have misleadingly omitted reference to British female champions at Wimbledon during the last 77 years.

(512)Miss Lisa Millward (Runcorn & Widnes Weekly News)

Miss Lisa Millward complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which she considered to have been inaccurate and intrusive, in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 3 (Privacy) and 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(513)Mr Michael Hopkins (Evening Standard)

Mr Michael Hopkins complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an online article which reported on clashes with police in Turkey.

(514)Mr John Thuo (Daily Mail)

Mr John Thuo, through his solicitors, complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 10 (Subterfuge) about an article which he considered to have reported as fact his claims to have committed serious crimes in Kenya, when these claims had been rejected by both the Home Office and Immigration Tribunal during his successful appeal against deportation.

(515)Mr John Thuo (Daily Mirror)

Mr John Thuo, through his solicitors, complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 10 (Subterfuge) about an article which he considered to have reported as fact his claims to have committed serious crimes in Kenya, when these claims had been rejected by both the Home Office and Upper Tribunal during his successful appeal against deportation.

(516)Mr John Thuo (Coventry Telegraph)

Mr John Thuo, through his solicitors, complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 10 (Subterfuge) about an article which he considered to have reported as fact his claims to have committed serious crimes in Kenya, when these claims had been rejected by both the Home Office and Upper Tribunal during his successful appeal against deportation.

(517)Reverend John Hayes (Daily Mail)

Reverend John Hayes complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered to have inaccurately reported that 878,000 recipients of Employment Support Allowance had stopped claiming 'rather than face a fresh medical' in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(518)Neil Tabraham (The Daily Telegraph)

Neil Tabraham complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an online article which failed to acknowledge the reasons why 878,000 new claimants for the Employment Support Allowance benefit dropped their claims before undergoing tests for eligibility.

(519)Mr Max Hammick (Daily Mail)

Mr Max Hammick complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered to have inaccurately stated that 15 children were expelled from school for sexual misconduct each day, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(520)A woman (Metro)

A woman complained, through a representative, that the newspaper had identified her in breach of Clause 9 (Reporting of crime) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(521)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which she considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(522)Mr Peter Reynolds (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Peter Reynolds complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Code.

(523)Mark Lindley-Highfield of Ballumbie Castle (The Citizen (Gloucester))

Mark Lindley-Highfield of Ballumbie Castle complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately reported details given during an inquest in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy).

(524)Mark Lindley-Highfield of Ballumbie Castle (Gloucestershire Echo)

Mark Lindley-Highfield of Ballumbie Castle complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately reported details given during an inquest in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy).

(525)Ms Faye Hughes (Daily Mail)

Ms Faye Hughes complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Code.

(526)Northern Lincolnshire and Goole Hospitals NHS Foundations Trust (Daily Mail)

Northern Lincolnshire and Goole Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published incorrect information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(527)Mr Jon Wilson (Daily Mail)

Mr Jon Wilson complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered to have inaccurately reported that one million people claiming out of work benefits were 'fit to work', in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice

(528)Jane Fae (The Sun)

Jane Fae, a campaigner on issues of political and sexual liberty, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's coverage of an individual's experience of gender identity disorder and her hopes for her impending gender transition surgery contained a number of alleged inaccuracies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(529)Keiron Evans (The Sun)

Keiron Evans complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had included his photograph in an online slideshow of images entitled 'Britain's most wanted crims'.

(530)Mr Christopher Tuplin (Grimsby Telegraph)

Mr Christopher Tuplin complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately reported that five men had charged up to 1,000 for disposing of controlled waste.

(531)A man (Sunday Mirror)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a private photograph of him without consent.

(532)Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension UK (IIH UK) (Daily Mail)

Representatives of Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension UK (IIH UK) complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately stated that a woman with idiopathic intracranial hypertension 'drinks' her own brain fluid to relieve her symptoms.

(533)Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension UK (IIH UK) (The Daily Telegraph)

Representatives of Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension UK (IIH UK) complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately stated that a woman with idiopathic intracranial hypertension 'ingests' excess brain fluid to relieve her symptoms.

(534)A woman (The Sun)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which reported on electromagnetic hypersensitivity syndrome.

(535)Colin Ward (Cornish Guardian)

Colin Ward complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had reported, in a way that he considered misleading to readers in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Code, that fog had caused problems at Newquay Airport.

(536)Stephen McClay (Daily Mirror)

Stephen McClay, brother of zookeeper Sarah McClay who died when she was killed by a tiger, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published photographs of his family taken at his sister's funeral which he considered intrusive and insensitive in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(537)Mr David Kempton (Daily Mail)

Mr David Kempton complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately stated that the police had granted a 'predatory paedophile' bail and had allowed him to keep his passport. The complainant noted that the Crown Prosecution Service and courts were responsible for granting bail, not the police.

(538)Mr Kevin Blunnie (Real People)

Mr Kevin Blunnie complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an emotive account of his daughter and granddaughter's death, which he considered to have breached of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(539)Michaela Hewett on behalf of Nicki Myers (Cambridge News)

Michaela Hewett complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of her sister, Nicki Myers, that the newspaper had published an article reporting the inquest into the death of Izaac Myers which was inaccurate and intrusive in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(540)Ms Frances MacDonald (Hamilton Advertiser)

Ms Frances MacDonald complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which reported on an investigation into an 'illegal tip' situated close to the complainant's farm.

(541)Ms Lesley Stafford (The Scottish Sun)

Ms Lesley Stafford complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a misleading article in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Code.

(542)Mr James Lattimore (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr James Lattimore complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which was, in his view, inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(543)Alexandra and Georgia Pryce (The Daily Telegraph)

Alexandra and Georgia Pryce complained to the Press Complaints Commission, with the consent of their mother Ms Vicky Pryce, that a photograph of Ms Pryce published by The Daily Telegraph on 21 March intruded into her private life in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 4 (Harassment) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(544)Mr Graham Holland (Daily Mail)

Mr Graham Holland complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which was, in his view, inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(545)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had incorrectly labelled a photograph of her on its website in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(546)A man (The Sun)

A man, representing a woman who had been injured whilst climbing in the Cairngorms, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information relating to the incident and the injuries suffered in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(547)Ms Salena Earwaker (Kent & Sussex Courier (Tonbridge))

Ms Salena Earwaker complained that the publication of a photograph - from her wedding day - in the context of an article which had reported that her estranged husband had been jailed for six months for perverting the course of justice', breached Clauses 3 (Privacy) and 9 (Reporting of crime) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(548)Miss Jennifer Lavender (Herald Express (Torquay))

Miss Jennifer Lavender complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which she believed to have been inaccurate and misleading, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(549)Ms Beverley Clark (Sunday Post)

Ms Beverley Clark complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which she considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(550)Mr Paul Muschett (Uxbridge Gazette)

Mr Paul Muschett complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered to have been inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(551)Mr John Knight (The Sun)

Mr John Knight complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he believed to have been inaccurate and intrusive, in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 3 (Privacy) and 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(552)Irish Traveller Movement in Britain (Worksop Guardian)

Mr Mike Doherty of the Irish Traveller Movement in Britain complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the article included inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Code.

(553)Mr Chris Huhne and Ms Carina Trimingham (The Sun)

Mr Chris Huhne and Ms Carina Trimingham complained to the Press Complaints Commission through solicitors that a photograph of Ms Trimingham published on the website and in the print edition of The Sun on 31 March, and a photograph of Mr Huhne published on the website and in the print edition of the newspaper on 1 April, along with the articles they accompanied, were in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(554)Mr Chris Huhne and Ms Carina Trimingham (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Chris Huhne and Ms Carina Trimingham complained to the Press Complaints Commission through solicitors that a photograph of Mr Huhne and a photograph of Ms Trimingham published on the website and in the print edition of The Daily Telegraph on 1 April 2, along with the articles they accompanied, and a photograph of Mr Huhne with Ms Trimingham published on its website on 5 May and in the print edition on 6 May, breached Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(555)Mr Chris Huhne and Ms Carina Trimingham (Daily Mail)

Mr Chris Huhne and Ms Carina Trimingham complained to the Press Complaints Commission through solicitors that a photograph of Mr Huhne and a photograph of Ms Trimingham published on the website and in the print edition of the Daily Mail on 1 April, along with the articles they accompanied, and a photograph of Mr Huhne with Ms Trimingham published on the website on 5 May and in the print edition on 6 May, breached Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(556)Mr Chris Huhne and Ms Carina Trimingham  (Daily Mirror)

Mr Chris Huhne and Ms Carina Trimingham complained to the Press Complaints Commission through solicitors that a photograph of Mr Huhne and a photograph of Ms Trimingham published on the website and in the print edition of the Daily Mirror on 1 April, along with the articles they accompanied, breached Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(557)Mr Chris Huhne and Ms Carina Trimingham (Sunday Mirror)

Mr Chris Huhne and Ms Carina Trimingham complained to the Press Complaints Commission through solicitors that a photograph of Mr Huhne with Ms Trimingham, published on the website and print edition of the Sunday Mirror on 6 May, breached Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(558)Simon Ip (The Sun)

Simon Ip complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice by incorrectly reporting that a study had found that people from Hong Kong and Bangladesh were amongst the most racially intolerant.

(559)Gary and Danielle Lineker (The Sun)

Gary and Danielle Lineker complained to the Press Complaints Commission through their legal representatives that The Sun breached Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 4 (Harassment) of the Editors' Code of Practice in the course of investigating a story for possible publication.

(560)Gordon Brown (The Sunday Times)

Mr Gordon Brown complained through the Office of Gordon and Sarah Brown that the newspaper had published an inaccurate article on its website in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(561)Stewart Frazer (The Scotsman)

Stewart Frazer complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Anger at young Hearts fan's banner baiting Hibs', published by The Scotsman on 30 January 2013 on its website, breached Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(562)Stewart Frazer (Edinburgh Evening News)

Stewart Frazer complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'A sign of the times?', published by the Edinburgh Evening News on 30 January 2013, breached Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(563)John Baron MP  (The Echo (Southend))

Mr John Baron MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published misleading information and failed to offer him an opportunity to reply in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 2 (Opportunity to reply) of the Code.

(564)Brian Donohoe MP (Irvine Times)

Mr Brian Donohoe MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about a headline claim that he had been 'told to pay back 10k of tax payers' cash'.

(565)Mark Johnson (Daily Mail)

Mark Johnson, Senior Lecturer in Forensic Ballistics at the University of Kent, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(566)Wonga (The Sunday Times)

Wonga complained to the Press Complaints Commission through legal representatives about articles which claimed that the company was 'considering moving abroad in an attempt to reduce its tax bill'.

(567)Simon Ip (Daily Mail)

Simon Ip complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice by incorrectly reporting that a study had found that people from Hong Kong and Bangladesh were amongst the most racially intolerant.

(568)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which reported that Mark Blowers, Head of Housing at Medway Council, was facing an investigation for using his Facebook account to advertise a housing officer role at the council.

(569)Mrs Antoinette McKenna (Lurgan Mail)

Mrs Antoinette McKenna complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which reported on her brother's injuries following a road traffic incident.

(570)Miss Melissa Thomas (Daily Mail)

Miss Melissa Thomas complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which reported on a conviction for perverting the course of justice.

(571)Dr Dharmesh Mistry (Daily Mirror)

Dr Dharmesh Mistry of Heaton Medical Centre complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately reported that a doctor had committed crimes involving sexual assault and neglect at the surgery in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy).

(572)A man (The Herald (Glasgow))

A man, representing a woman who had been injured whilst climbing in the Cairngorms, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information relating to the incident and the injuries suffered in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(573)Ms Heather Harvey (Daily Mail)

Ms Heather Harvey, on behalf of Eaves for Women, complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article, published online only, which she considered to have misleadingly reported the basis for a High Court judgment concerning the law of rape and consent, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(574)Ms Heather Harvey (Metro)

Ms Heather Harvey, on behalf of Eaves for Women, complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which she considered to have misleadingly reported the basis for a High Court judgment concerning the law of rape and consent, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(575)A woman (News Shopper (Bexley and North Kent))

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article published in the News Shopper (Bexley and North Kent) and online in February 2013 had identified her as a victim of sexual assault in breach of Clause 11 (Victims of sexual assault) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(576)A woman (Sunday Mail)

A woman complained to the PCC that the Sunday Mail had published information obtained in breach of Clause 10 (Clandestine devices and subterfuge) and Clause 16 (Payment to criminals) of the Editors' Code of Practice, in an article headlined 'Explosive dossier reveals how evil killer William Beggs runs the show at jail branded Monsters' Mansion', published on 1 August 2010.

(577)Jacqueline Minor, on behalf of the European Commissions Representation to the United (The Sun on Sunday)

Ms Jacqueline Minor, on behalf of the European Commission's Representation to the United Kingdom, complained to the PCC that an article headlined 'Inhuman Rights', published by The Sun on Sunday on 10 February 2013, had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(578)Mr George Sorial (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr George Sorial, on behalf of the Trump Organization, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately stated that a petition had sought to put a Donald Trump golf resort 'out of bounds'.

(579)Wonga  (The Mail on Sunday)

Wonga complained through legal representatives that a headline assertion that 'one million borrowers were struggling to repay loans' was inaccurate and misleading under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(580)Richard Crooks (Daily Mail)

Richard Crooks complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's coverage of an acid attack on a woman contained an inaccurate description of the suspect in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(581)Mr Joe O'Brien (The Sun)

Mr Joe O'Brien complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(582)Association of Chief Police Officers (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Oliver Cattermole, ACPO Director of Communications, complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice that an article which claimed that police had 'received millions of pounds for passing on the details of road accident victims to claims management companies, insurers and lawyers'.

(583)Ms Kate Fawcett (The Sun)

Ms Kate Fawcett complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of her son, Guy Sheridan, under the terms of Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 10 (Clandestine devices and subterfuge) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(584)Mr Phillip Sherratt  (The Sentinel (Staffordshire))

Mr Phillip Sherratt complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which was, in his view, inaccurate and misleading, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(585)Mr & Mrs Philip Copestick (The Sun)

Mr & Mrs Philip Copestick complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice that an article inaccurately reported allegations made against their son, who had since taken his own life.

(586)Mr Terry Mills (Daily Mail)

Mr Terry Mills complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately described him as the agent of Andrew Stone and had wrongly attributed a quotation to him.

(587)Andrew Green (The Sun)

Andrew Green complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of Sarah Warren that the newspaper's coverage of a car rally held in honour of Ms Warren's young son, Connor, contained an inaccuracy in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(588)Andrew Green (Daily Mail)

Andrew Green complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of Sarah Warren that the newspaper's coverage of a car rally held in honour of Ms Warren's young son contained an inaccuracy in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(589)Mr Kevin Pringle (Sunday Post)

Mr Kevin Pringle, on behalf of the Scottish National Party, complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered had inaccurately suggested that the First Minister would be implementing the recommendation of the McCluskey report, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(590)Mr Philip Craig (The Sun)

Mr Philip Craig complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered to have been inaccurate and intrusive, in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 3 (Privacy) and 4 (Harassment) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(591)Dr Anthony Harvey (The Daily Telegraph)

Dr Anthony Harvey complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which was, in his view, misleading and discriminatory, in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 2 (Opportunity to reply) and 12 (Discrimination) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(592)Mr Dom Kippin (The News (Portsmouth))

Mr Dom Kippin complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which breached Clause 10 (Clandestine devices and subterfuge) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(593)Mr Joe O'Brien (Daily Mail)

Mr Joe O'Brien complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published on its website inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(594)Mr Joe O'Brien (Daily Mirror)

Mr Joe O'Brien complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(595)Hilary Buchanan (The Scotsman)

Hilary Buchanan complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting the funeral of her 13 year-old child in a manner the complainant considered unsympathetic and insensitive in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock).

(596)Christine Hussain (Herts Advertiser)

Christine Hussain, an Independent Sexual Violence Adviser at the Emerald Centre Sexual Assault Referral Centre, complained on behalf of a client of the Centre to the Press Complaints Commission that an article published in the Herts Advertiser in 2012 included information likely to identify her as a victim of sexual assault, in breach of Clause 11 (Victims of sexual assault) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(597)Dr James Annan (The Mail on Sunday)

Dr James Annan complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article on climate change which misrepresented his research into global warming in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(598)Mr Clive Bates (Marie Claire)

Mr Clive Bates complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article, published online by the magazine, which had inaccurately suggested that e-cigarettes are more harmful than smoking.

(599)Christine Hussain (South Wales Argus)

Christine Hussain, an Independent Sexual Violence Adviser at the Emerald Centre Sexual Assault Referral Centre, complained on behalf of a client of the Centre to the PCC that an article published in the South Wales Argus in 2012 included details about her that breached the terms of Clause 11 (Victims of sexual assault) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(600)Lord Ahmed (Daily Mail)

Lord Ahmed complained through his solicitors to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published misleading information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(601)Mrs Melanie Taylor (Daily Mirror)

Mrs Melanie Taylor complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccurate caption to a photograph in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(602)Ms Rosie Fean (Daily Mail)

Ms Rosie Fean complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article, published by the newspaper, which she considered to have inaccurately suggested that there was a link between the MMR vaccine and autism in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(603)A man (The Sun)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published incorrect information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(604)Mr Iain Inglis  (The Times)

Mr Iain Inglis complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which was, in his view, inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(605)Ms Aileen Carney (Wigan Observer)

Ms Aileen Carney complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which she considered to have breached Clauses 3 (Privacy), 6 (Children), 9 (Reporting of crime) and 12 (Discrimination) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(606)Michaela Hewett on behalf of Nicki Myers (Daily Mail)

Michaela Hewett complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of her sister, Nicki Myers, that the newspaper had published an online article reporting the inquest into the death of Izaac Myers which was inaccurate and intrusive in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(607)Medecines Sans Frontiers UK (Daily Record)

Polly Markandya, Head of Communications at Medecines Sans Frontiers UK, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a photograph that the organisation considered misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Code.

(608)Ms Abigail Pollard (That's Life)

Ms Abigail Pollard complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which described the death of baby Ethan Hopson at the hands of Jason Redgrave, who had been babysitting him at the time.

(609)Ms Sarah Thorogood (Daily Mail)

Ms Sarah Thorogood complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which she considered to have been inaccurate and discriminatory in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 12 (Discrimination) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(610)Sheila Gilmore MP (The Sunday Telegraph)

Sheila Gilmore MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a misleading article in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(611)Ms Kate Fawcett (Stirling News)

Ms Kate Fawcett complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of her son, Guy Sheridan, under the terms of Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 10 (Clandestine devices and subterfuge) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(612)Mr Graham Eggleton (Daily Echo (Bournemouth))

Mr Graham Eggleton complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which was, in his view, intrusive in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(613)Ms Honor Donnelly (Metro)

Ms Honor Donnelly complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which she considered to have breached Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 3 (Privacy), 4 (Harassment), 9 (Reporting of crime) and 10 (Clandestine devices and subterfuge) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(614)A man (The Sun)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) and 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which reported on inquest proceedings into the death of a boy who had taken his own life.

(615)A man (Daily Mail)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clauses 3 (Privacy), 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) and 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which reported on inquest proceedings into the death of a boy who had taken his own life.

(616)A man (Burton Mail)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) and 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which reported on inquest proceedings into the death of a boy who had taken his own life.

(617)Ms Carina Trimingham (The Sun)

Ms Carina Trimingham complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article relating to her partner Chris Huhne's experience in prison which included a number of inaccuracies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(618)Mr James Arkell (Steam Railway)

Mr James Arkell complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the magazine had published inaccurate information regarding a situation involving his locomotive in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(619)Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust (Hull Daily Mail)

Myles Howell complained to the Press Complaints Commission in his capacity as Communications Manager for Hull and East Yorkshire HospitalsNHS Trust.

(620)Sharon Planson (Herald & Post (Luton))

Sharon Planson complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of her daughter, Danielle Hatherall. The newspaper had carried an article which contained private details relating to Ms Hatherall's health but had not obtained her permission to publish it.

(621)Hilary Buchanan (Daily Record)

Hilary Buchanan complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting the funeral of her 13 year-old child which was accompanied by images that had been obtained at the service in a manner the complainant considered unsympathetic and insensitive in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock).

(622)Mrs Lynn Ellard (Daily Mail)

Ms Lynn Ellard complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, about an article which had inaccurately reported that disabled people were exempt from the so-called "bedroom tax".

(623)Mr Dean Buckingham (Barnsley Chronicle)

Mr Dean Buckingham complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered to have been intrusive, in breach of Clauses 3 (Privacy) and 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(624)Colin Baker (The Sun)

Colin Baker, the actor who played The Sixth Doctor, complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article reporting allegations of a sex scandal involving a former producer and production manager of television show Doctor Who.

(625)Mrs Debbie Lloyd-Hughes  (Daily Mirror)

Mrs Debbie Lloyd-Hughes complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had incorrectly claimed, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that Muhammad Ali, who suffers from Parkinson's disease, was fighting 'terminal illness'.

(626)Full Fact (The Sun)

Mr Joseph O'Leary on behalf of Full Fact complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article regarding the suspected slaughter of horses for food which contained an inaccuracy and was misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(627)Mr David Murray (Sutton Guardian)

Mr David Murray complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that a letter published by the newspaper had inaccurately attributed a quotation to Andrew Dilnot, the Chair of the UK Statistics Authority.

(628)A woman (The Sun on Sunday)

A woman complained, via her solicitor, to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had identified her in a context which raised a breach of Clause 9 (Reporting of crime) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(629)Dr Carol Uren (Daily Mail)

Dr Carol Uren complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which claimed that a policy change by Greater Manchester Police would see attacks on transgender people categorised as hate crimes.

(630)The Countess of Mar (The Lancet)

The Countess of Mar complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Chronic fatigue syndrome: where to PACE from here?', published in The Lancet on 5 March 2011, was inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(631)Mr Charles Tubbs (Daily Mail)

Mr Charles Tubbs complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of Dr Robin Lawrence about an article which was, in Dr Lawrence's view, inaccurate and misleading on breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(632)Dr John Little (The Daily Telegraph)

Dr John Little complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy), about an article which he considered had inaccurately reported the position regarding the right of Scottish service personnel to vote in the upcoming independence referendum.

(633)Mrs Deborah Farrell (That's Life)

Mrs Deborah Farrell complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article, which reported on her wedding, which she considered to have contained a number of inaccuracies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(634)Jessica Westwood (The Mail on Sunday)

Jessica Westwood, a jockey and trainer, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice with the publication of an article reporting her recovery from injuries suffered in serious fall from a horse.

(635)Neil Turner (The Daily Telegraph)

Neil Turner complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting that a child had been killed by an Israeli airstrike in Gaza.

(636)Ms Judy Gibbons (Daily Mail)

Ms Judy Gibbons complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which was, in her view, inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(637)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccurate article in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(638)Mrs Sadie Collis (The Sun)

Mrs Sadie Collis complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which reported on her conviction for benefit fraud in 2008.

(639)Mrs Sadie Collis (Chichester Observer)

Mrs Sadie Collis complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about articles which reported on her conviction for benefit fraud in 2008.

(640)Mrs Sadie Collis (The Argus (Brighton))

Mrs Sadie Collis complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about articles which reported on her conviction for benefit fraud in 2008.

(641)Ms Sandi Toksvig (Daily Mail)

Ms Sandi Toksvig complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which included inaccuracies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(642)Mrs Rosemary MacLeod (The Scottish Sun)

Mrs Rosemary MacLeod complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of the Hoy family that an article headlined 'Tears for Hoy uncle at funeral in Edinburgh', published in The Scottish Sun on 18 November 2012, raised a breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief and shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(643)Miss Emma Dixon (Daily Mail)

Miss Emma Dixon complained to the Press Complaints Commission, about an article which reported on the death of her housemate.

(644)Ms Savitri Hensman (Daily Mail)

Ms Savitri Hensman complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy), that an article, published by the newspaper, had inaccurately reported that in half of cases Disability Living Allowance is awarded without any medical evidence.

(645)Ms Debra Mackrell (Daily Mail)

Ms Debra Mackrell complained about an article which was, in her view, inaccurate and intrusive in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(646)Mrs Melanie Taylor (Daily Mirror)

Mrs Melanie Taylor complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which was, in her view, inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(647)The parents of a child (The Scottish Sun)

The parents of a child attending a school in Scotland complained - through the headmaster of the school - to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article containing information that represented an intrusion into their child's private life in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(648)Mr Clive Bates (The Mail on Sunday)

Mr Clive Bates complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that the newspaper had published an article which inaccurately reported the risks associated with electronic cigarettes.

(649)Scottish Refugee Council (Daily Mail)

The Scottish Refugee Council complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccurate article which breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(650)Neil Turner (Daily Mail)

Neil Turner complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting that a child had been killed by an Israeli airstrike in Gaza.

(651)Ms Carina Trimingham (Daily Mirror)

Ms Carina Trimingham complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article relating to her partner Chris Huhne's experience in prison which included a number of inaccuracies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(652)Ms Carina Trimingham (Metro)

Ms Carina Trimingham complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article relating to her partner Chris Huhne's experience in prison which included a number of inaccuracies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(653)Bath & North East Somerset Council (The Times)

The Bath & North East Somerset Council complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had reported on a suicide in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief and shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(654)Warren Hamilton (Daily Mail)

Warren Hamilton complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article reporting that expectant mothers from Poland living in the UK had been sent to their home country to give birth.

(655)Catherine Whiteside (The Scottish Sun)

Catherine Whiteside complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had wrongly reported that her husband, a BP worker involved in a hostage situation in Algeria, had been rescued. On the day of publication, the family received confirmation that Mr Whiteside had in fact been killed.

(656)Ms Lynne Hales (Daily Mail)

Ms Lynne Hales complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article reporting on a continuing international custody dispute relating to her daughter.

(657)Emilie Sandy (The Citizen (Gloucester))

Emilie Sandy complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had failed to handle the publication of an inquest report into her mother's death with the sensitivity required by the terms of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock).

(658)North Wales Fire and Rescue Service (Liverpool Daily Post (Welsh Edition))

Mr Simon Smith, Chief Fire Officer of North Wales Fire and Rescue Service, complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which reported claims that cuts to full time firefighters and a shortage of retained staff had left fire stations unable to respond to emergency calls.

(659)A woman (Yorkshire Post)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which she considered to have been inaccurate and misleading, and which she believed had identified her as the relative of a criminal, in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 9 (Reporting of crime) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(660)David Lant (The Daily Telegraph)

David Lant complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice that the newspaper had failed to report the outcome of a prosecution in which he was the defendant.

(661)Dr Rachel Frosh (Daily Mail)

Dr Rachel Frosh complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which was, in her view, inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 2 (Opportunity to reply) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(662)Mr Andrew Larkey (Daily Mail)

Mr Andrew Larkey complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered had inaccurately reported an incident in which an emergency exit was alleged to have partially opened on board an Airbus A380.

(663)Mrs Melanie Taylor (The Daily Telegraph)

Mrs Melanie Taylor complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which was, in her view, inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(664)Mr William Ross (The Sun)

Mr William Ross complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which was, in his view, inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(665)Mr William Ross (The Scotsman)

Mr William Ross complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which was, in his view, inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(666)Mr Dave Stanway (The Sun)

Mr Dave Stanway complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article, published by the newspaper, had inaccurately reported that traces of animal painkiller had been found in a Findus lasagne, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(667)Miss Katey Walker (Daily Mail)

Miss Katey Walker complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which she claimed was inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(668)Mr Terry Butler (The Sun)

Mr Terry Butler complained to the Press Complaints Commission about article which inaccurately reported that he had been 'in prison' for 15 months.

(669)Wood Green, The Animal Charity (The Mail on Sunday)

Clive Byles, Director of Operations at Wood Green, The Animals Charity, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which misrepresented the nature of a bequest that had been made to the organisation.

(670)Ms Ruth Adams (Western Morning News)

Ms Ruth Adams complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which was, in her view, inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(671)Ms Ruth Adams (The Sun)

Ms Ruth Adams complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which was, in her view, inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(672)Ms Ruth Adams (Herald Express (Torquay))

Ms Ruth Adams complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which was, in her view, inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(673)Ms Treena McIntyre (That's Life)

Ms Treena McIntyre complained to the PCC that That's Life magazine had paid a relative of a convicted criminal for an article headlined 'A moment of madness', published on 10 January 2013, in breach of Clause 16 (Payment to criminals) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(674)Mr Thomas Ledger (Yorkshire Evening Post)

Mr Thomas Ledger complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which reported that police were appealing for help to find Sheffield hooligans who targeted Leeds fans' at a fixture at Hillsborough in October 2012.

(675)MadBid.com (Management Today)

MadBid.com complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which discussed companies which were operating well in the recession.

(676)Mr D C Cozens (South Wales Evening Post)

Mr D C Cozens complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which was, in his view, inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(677)Vernon Kay (Reveal)

Vernon Kay complained through his representatives, Hackford Jones, that an article headlined 'Vernon's still walking on eggshells', published in Reveal magazine on 3 July 2012, was inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(678)Miss Stacy McGee (Daily Mail)

Miss Stacy McGee complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which reported on Big Brother winner Luke Anderson.

(679)A woman (Daily Mirror)

A woman complained, via her solicitor, to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had identified her in a context which raised a breach of Clause 9 (Reporting of crime) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(680)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained, via her solicitor, to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had identified her in a context which raised a breach of Clause 9 (Reporting of crime) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(681)Miss Ffion Jones (Wales Online)

Miss Ffion Jones complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an interview in which she discussed her struggle with anorexia.

(682)The Natural Hydration Council (Daily Mail)

The Natural Hydration Council complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which reported on claims that bottled water was less safe' than tap water.

(683)Mr Andrew Marshall (Grimsby Telegraph)

Mr Andrew Marshall complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 2 (Opportunity to reply), 3 (Privacy), and 4 (Harassment) of the Editors' Code of Practice, about an article which reported that his business was closing down.

(684)Mr Gordon Brown (The Sun)

Mr Gordon Brown complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice that the newspaper had published allegations against him which were inaccurate.

(685)Mrs Jessica Whittaker (Daily Mail)

Mrs Jessica Whittaker complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article, published online only, which she considered had misleadingly suggested that her former partner had taken his own life after losing his job.

(686)Mr Sam Boughen (Daily Mirror)

Mr Sam Boughen complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article reporting that he had made a request for fast food after waking up from a coma.

(687)Mr Sam Boughen (The Sun)

Mr Sam Boughen complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article reporting that he had made a request for fast food after waking up from a coma.

(688)Mr Sam Boughen (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Sam Boughen complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 3 (Privacy) and 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article reporting that he had made a request for fast food after waking up from a coma.

(689)Dr Helen Hammond (Daily Mail)

Dr Helen Hammond was one of ten individuals who complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(690)Richard Jones (Daily Mail)

Richard Jones, Sales Manager for the TASER brand equipment in the UK, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper inaccurately reported that Civil Defence Supply is the supplier of TASER products to the police.

(691)Levy & McRae Solicitors, on behalf of Christopher and Mary Gorman (The Sun)

Levy & McRae Solicitors, acting on behalf of Christopher and Mary Gorman, complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which was, in their clients' view, inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(692)Mr Dean Torkington (The Sunday Times)

Mr Dean Torkington complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which was, in his view, inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(693)Dr Helen Hammond (The Daily Telegraph)

Dr Helen Hammond complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(694)Basim Shamsuddin (The Mail on Sunday)

Basim Shamsuddin complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which wrongly asserted that a mosque was to be built in Chipping Norton and the development would alter the skyline of the town.

(695)Noveprim Group (Daily Mirror)

The Chief Executive Officer of Noveprim Group complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which reported on the euthanasia of macaque monkeys at a breeding centre in Mauritius.

(696)Ms Hadar Sela (The Guardian)

Ms Hadar Sela complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of Comment is Free Watch (CIF Watch) about an article which was, in her view, inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(697)Dr Brooke Magnanti (The Herald (Glasgow))

Dr Brooke Magnanti aka Belle De Jour complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which reported that her former partner, Flight Lieutenant Owen Morris, had launched a legal action against her.

(698)Wonga (Daily Mail)

Wonga complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Lewis Silkin solicitors about an article discussing the company and its founders, Errol Damelin and Jonty Hurwitz.

(699)Mr Oliver Ingham (The Independent)

Mr Oliver Ingham complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which inaccurately reported that he was a lecturer at Exeter University.

(700)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had identified her son in circumstances that raised a breach of Clause 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(701)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published photographs of her and her young daughter alongside coverage reporting criminal allegations against her husband.

(702)Brigadier Paul Gibson (The Mail on Sunday)

Brigadier Paul Gibson complained to the Press Complaints Commission via solicitors that the newspaper had incorrectly reported the reason why he left his role as Director of Counter Terrorism and UK Operations in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(703)Mr Joe Cooke (The Sunday Times)

Mr Joe Cooke complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which had inaccurately reported that he had arrived at an event at Oxford University wearing a silver suit and carrying a silver-topped cane, which he considered raised a breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(704)Dr Sasha Johari (Daily Mail)

Dr Sasha Johari complained to the Press Complaints Commission, via Berrymans Lace Mawer LLP, that the newspaper had published several inaccuracies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice in an article reporting the inquest of a woman who had been found by a Coroner to have died from natural causes, the exact nature of which was unknown.

(705)Mr Marcus Davys (Daily Mail)

Mr Marcus Davys complained to the Press Complaints Commission under the terms of Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice, about the publication of a photograph of his son, and an article which he considered to have been inaccurate.

(706)Mr Gordon Rennie (Edinburgh Evening News)

Mr Gordon Rennie complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which had reported that George Lehmann had been charged with rape, as opposed to attempted rape.

(707)Mr Gordon Rennie (Daily Record)

Mr Gordon Rennie complained to the Press Complaints Commission, about an article which had reported that George Lehmann had been charged with rape, as opposed to attempted rape.

(708)Mr Gordon Rennie (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Gordon Rennie complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which had reported that George Lehmann had been charged with rape, as opposed to attempted rape.

(709)A woman (Enfield Advertiser)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(710)The Gunn Family (John O'Groat Journal)

The Gunn Family complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which inaccurately reported that Jamie Gunn had suffered from a medical condition before his death.

(711)Dianne Denny (Ashford Herald)

Dianne Denny complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had reported her home address as her son's main place of residence when this was not the case.

(712)Ms Kate Johns (The Sun)

Ms Kate Johns complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article, which reported on court proceedings against her, which she considered to have contained inaccuracies in connection with her trial, including with regard to cosmetic surgery and the acquisition of certain assets.

(713)Ms Kate Johns (Daily Mail)

Ms Kate Johns complained to the Press Complaints Commission about two articles, which reported on court proceedings against her, which she considered to have contained inaccuracies in connection with her trial, including with regard to cosmetic surgery and the acquisition of certain assets.

(714)Ms Kate Johns (The Daily Telegraph)

Ms Kate Johns complained to the Press Complaints Commission about two articles, which reported on court proceedings against her, which she considered to have contained inaccuracies in connection with her trial, including with regard to cosmetic surgery and the acquisition of certain assets.

(715)Holly Saunders (Bexhill-on-Sea Observer)

Holly Saunders complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had identified her young child as the relative of a person convicted of a crime in breach of Clause 9 (Reporting of Crime) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(716)Mrs Zoe Richardson (Barnsley Chronicle)

Mrs Zoe Richardson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an error in an obituary, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(717)HRH The Duke of York (Daily Mail)

HRH The Duke of York complained to the Press Complaints Commission via solicitors that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in two articles regarding his official visit to India to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(718)Paul Cooke (Daily Mail)

Paul Cooke, father of Danielle Cooke who sadly died in a fall at the Madejski Stadium, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper published an article reporting the death which had misquoted him and included a personal photograph from a family holiday.

(719)Lord Ashcroft (The Independent)

Lord Ashcroft complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Davenport Lyons solicitors that an article headlined 'Ashcroft drops High Court action after apology', published in The Independent on 5 December 2012, contained misleading information and failed to fulfil the newspaper's obligation to publish a fair and accurate report of the outcome of an action for defamation in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(720)Mr Robert Miller (Gloucestershire Echo)

Mr Robert Miller complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which was, in his view, inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(721)Dale Vince (Daily Mail)

Dale Vince complained to the Press Complaints Commission via solicitors that the newspaper had published details of his home and its location in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(722)Mr Jon Cummins (Daily Mail)

Mr Jon Cummins complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which was, in his view, inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(723)Norfolk Constabulary (The Sun)

A representative of Norfolk Constabulary complained to the Press Complaints Commission that two articles published in The Sun newspaper on 4 and 5 September 2012 were inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice. The complainant also raised concerns that the newspaper had published information obtained in breach of Clause 10 (Clandestine devices and subterfuge) of the Code.

(724)Mr Payam Tamiz (Evening Standard)

Mr Payam Tamiz complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the Evening Standard had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(725)Mrs Velma Lyrae (Daily Mail)

Mrs Velma Lyrae complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which she considered to have inaccurately reported on an interview in which she had discussed her electromagnetic hypersensitivity syndrome.

(726)Nicki McLellan (Kent and Sussex Courier)

Nicki McLellan complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Saleswoman who targeted doctor's patients and poor is exposed', published by the Kent and Sussex Courier on 3 August 2012, contained information which had been obtained using subterfuge and clandestine devices in breach of Clause 10 (Clandestine devices and subterfuge) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(727)Chris Magee (Daily Mirror)

Chris Magee complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information relating to animal testing for the purposes of medical research and the development of household products in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Practice.

(728)Mr Nicholas Thomas (The Independent)

Mr Nicholas Thomas complained to the Press Complaints Commission, about the publication of statistics which were, he said, misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(729)Steven Wolf (Daily Mail)

Steven Wolf complained that the newspaper had wrongly classified the mas shooting carried out by Derrick Bird in Cumbria in 2010 as a 'school massacre'.

(730)Mr Orhan Bicer (Middleton Guardian)

Mr Orhan Bicer complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which was, in his view, inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(731)Mr Darren Meldrum (The Scottish Sun)

Mr Darren Meldrum complained to the Press Complaints Commission about the publication of his photograph, which he considered to have been intrusive in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(732)Mr Simon Sanderson (Daily Mail)

Mr Simon Sanderson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article on its website in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 12 (Discrimination) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(733)Mr William McNee (Daily Record)

Mr William McNee complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspapers had breached Clauses 3 (Privacy) and 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice, by publishing two photographs of his family.

(734)Mr William McNee (The Sun)

Mr William McNee complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspapers had breached Clauses 3 (Privacy) and 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice, by publishing two photographs of his family.

(735)David Sparkes (Daily Mail)

David Sparkes, CEO of British Swimming, complained to the Press Complaints Commission via solicitors that the newspaper had published inaccuracies about the results achieved by British Swimming at the 2012 Olympics and Mr Sparkes personally.

(736)Mr Philip Davies MP (The Sunday Telegraph)

Mr Philip Davies MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccurate article in breach of the Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(737)Alan Cameron (Take a Break)

Alan Cameron complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the magazine had introduced inaccuracies into his account of his daughter's death from cancer in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(738)Cleveland Police (Daily Mirror)

Cleveland Police complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of a woman that an article published in the Daily Mirror in 2011 had identified her as a victim of sexual assault in breach of Clause 11 (Victims of sexual assault) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(739)A man (Evening Standard)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which reported on the murder of six alleged Israeli spies in Gaza.

(740)Mr Harry Cichy (The Independent)

Mr Harry Cichy complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of Mr Terry Lubbock, the father of Stuart Lubbock, about an interview with Michael Barrymore, in which he discussed Mr Lubbock's death at his home in 2001.

(741)Papyrus (The Daily Telegraph)

Papyrus, the charity dedicated to the prevention of young suicide, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which contained excessive detail about the method of a suicide in breach of Clause 5 (ii) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(742)Mr Bedwyr Griffiths (Daily Mail)

Mr Bedwyr Griffiths complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which was, in his view, inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(743)Holly Willoughby and Dan Baldwin (Woman's Own)

Holly Willoughby and Dan Baldwin complained through solicitors that the magazine had published an unpixelated image of their young children despite their clear wish to protect the children from any media attention, in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(744)Mr Ian Wace and Ms Saffron Aldridge (The Mail on Sunday)

Mr Ian Wace and Ms Saffron Aldridge complained to the Press Complaints Commission, via Lewis Silkin, that the newspaper had published an article reporting injuries suffered by Mr Wace during a recent holiday, which was in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 3 (Privacy) and 5 (Intrusion into grief and shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(745)Mr Ben Dyson (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Ben Dyson complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code that an article reporting that taxpayers would be required to fund 'more than 208 billion in benefit payments' had failed to make clear that this figure included state pensions.

(746)Mr Anthony Williams (Stratford-upon-Avon Herald)

Mr Anthony Williams complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which had incorporated comments he had made on a social network, and which was published without his consent.

(747)Ms Lynn Hales/Chafin (Daily Mail)

Ms Lynn Hales/Chafin complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article reporting on a continuing international custody dispute relating to her daughter.

(748)Miss Tracie Long (Chelmsford Weekly News)

Miss Tracie Long complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which reported on an investigation by the Spiritual Workers Association into allegations made against her by a former client.

(749)A woman (Daily Record)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which, in her view, failed to pay regard to the vulnerable position of her teenage daughter as a witness to a crime in breach of Clause 9 (Reporting of Crime) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(750)Mr Chris Gale (Western Daily Press)

Mr Chris Gale complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which commented on the ban on hunting with dogs. In particular, he was concerned that the article had inaccurately stated that majority of people in the countryside supported hunting.

(751)Wonga (Daily Mail)

Mr Errol Damelin and Mr Jonty Hurwitz, founders of Wonga, complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Lewis Silkin solicitors that the newspaper had acted in breach of Clauses 3 (Privacy), 4 (Harassment) and 10 (Clandestine devices and subterfuge) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(752)Mr Steven Purcell (Daily Record)

Mr Steven Purcell complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which was, in his view, inaccurate and intrusive in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(753)Dr Mark Bailey (Irish News)

Dr Mark Bailey complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of the Green Party of Northern Ireland. It was the complainant's position that the newspaper had published an article that was inaccurate and misleading, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(754)A man & a woman (Sunday World)

Kevin R Winters & Co Solicitors complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which was, in their clients' view, intrusive, inaccurate and insensitive, in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy) 3 (Privacy) and 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(755)Hertfordshire Constabulary (Hertfordshire Mercury)

Hertfordshire Constabulary complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article containing a quotation which had been inaccurately attributed to a police spokesperson.

(756)A woman (The Daily Telegraph)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published her name and photograph without her permission in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(757)A woman (The Mail on Sunday)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published her name and photograph without her permission in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(758)Mr Bedwyr Griffiths  (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Bedwyr Griffiths complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which was, in his view, inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(759)Mr Bedwyr Griffiths (Wales Online)

Mr Bedwyr Griffiths complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which was, in his view, inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(760)Lindsay Wheatcroft (Daily Mail)

Lindsay Wheatcroft was one of eight individuals who contacted the Press Complaints Commission to complain that the newspaper had published a misleading headline in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(761)Phil Adams (The Sun)

Phil Adams was one of 72 individuals who complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which made inaccurate claims about certain types of guns that had been used in mass shootings and their availability in the UK.

(762)A woman (Whitby Gazette)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an inquest report had contained excessive detail about her husband's suicide, in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(763)Mr Jacek Cichosz (Daily Mail)

Mr Jacek Cichosz complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an error in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(764)Mr Bruce Elliott (Daily Mail)

Mr Bruce Elliott complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article, appearing online only, which he considered to have inaccurately stated that two-thirds of high-earners had 'deserted' Britain following the introduction of a 50p tax rate.

(765)Wonga (Daily Mirror)

Wonga complained to the Press Complaints Commission via Lewis Silkin solicitors that the newspaper had, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, incorrectly claimed that Wonga charged customers '4,214% interest on short term loans'.

(766)Mrs Julia Roebuck (Metro)

Mrs Julia Roebuck complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which was, in her view, inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(767)Mrs Mhairi Forbes (The Scottish Sun)

Mrs Mhairi Forbes complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which had inaccurately used a photograph of her daughter to depict a girl, who shared her daughter's name, and had died in tragic circumstances.

(768)Peter Howard (The Sunday Times)

Peter Howard complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had incorrectly reported the figures for the percentage of UK trade with the USA compared with that which the country has with the rest of the EU.

(769)Ms Kate Johns (Eastern Daily Press)

Ms Kate Johns complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article, reporting on court proceedings against her, which she considered to have contained inaccuracies in connection with her trial, including with regard to cosmetic surgery and the acquisition of certain assets.

(770)Mr David Clarke (i)

Mr David Clarke complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had edited a letter he submitted in such a way as to render it misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(771)Mr Robin Tillbrook, Chairman of the English Democrats Party (The Sunday Times)

Mr Robin Tilbrook, Chairman of the English Democrats Party, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached the terms of Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 2 (Opportunity to reply), and 12 (Discrimination) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(772)A man (The Sun)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a number of inaccuracies in an article relating to his family in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice. He was further concerned that the article intruded into his family's private life in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Code.

(773)Mrs Caroline Bagshaw (The Sun)

Mrs Caroline Bagshaw complained to the Press Complaints Commission about the presence of reporters at her home address. The complainant considered the attendance of the reporters to have been intrusive, in breach of Clause 4 (Harassment) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(774)Ms Lesley Shaw (Daily Record)

Ms Lesley Shaw complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article, which she considered to have been inaccurate and intrusive, in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(775)Ms Lesley Shaw (Metro)

Ms Lesley Shaw complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article, which she considered to have been inaccurate and intrusive, in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(776)Mr John Brown MP (The Mail on Sunday)

Mr John Baron MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(777)Mrs Agnes Gwynn (Daily Mirror)

Mrs Agnes Gwynn complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(778)Mr Johnny Dean (NME)

Mr Johnny Dean, the former vocalist of the band Menswear, complained to the Press Complaints Commission through his representative, Miss Nikki Howes, that the magazine had published a photograph of him in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(779)Mr Ian Calland (Golf Monthly)

Mr Ian Calland complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about a photograph which had featured in an article discussing golf courses in Northumberland.

(780)Mr Martin Jones (Reading Post)

Mr Martin Jones, a former international hockey player, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(781)Dame Tessa Jowell (Daily Mail)

Dame Tessa Jowell complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information regarding the outcome of a 2006 inquiry by the Cabinet Secretary.

(782)Mr Lee Turnbull (Hull Daily Mail)

Mr Lee Turnbull complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Council denies service manager jumped queue for 3 bedroom house', published in the Hull Daily Mail on 22 May 2012, was inaccurate and intrusive in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice. He also complained that the newspaper had breached Clause 4 (Harassment).

(783)Brenda Brown (The Observer)

Brenda Brown complained that the newspaper had mistranslated a statement made by Khaled Meshaal, the leader of Hamas, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(784)Mr Billy Shaw (Sunday World)

Mr Billy Shaw complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice by incorrectly claiming that his brother had murdered a man.

(785)Mr Lee Anson (Take a Break)

Mr Lee Anson complained to the Press Complaints Commission about the publication of an article which was, in his view, inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(786)Mrs Angela Ford (Express & Star (Wolverhampton))

Mrs Angela Ford complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had reported, in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that her uncle had died, before the family had been notified of his death.

(787)Miss Louise MacGregor (Evening Telegraph & Post)

Miss Louise MacGregor complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published information and a photograph taken from her Facebook profile - without her consent - which intruded into her private life in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(788)Councillor Brian Gibson (The Northern Echo)

Councillor Brian Gibson complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, about an article which reported on an incident involving the police at a meeting of Ferryhill Town Council.

(789)Press Complaints Commission (Closer)

Following complaints from members of the public, the Press Complaints Commission opened of its own volition an investigation into whether an article headlined 'I'd be happy if my girl became a mum at 12 too', published by Closer magazine on 11 July 2012, breached Clause 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(790)Mr Robert Bryce (The Scotsman)

Mr Robert Bryce complaint to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, about an article which inaccurately reported that a letter from Jose Manuel Barroso had been sent to the House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee. In fact, the letter was still to be sent, and had arrived the following week.

(791)A woman (Lancashire Telegraph)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article about her wedding had breached Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(792)A man (The Sun)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had handled the publication of information in an insensitive manner and disregarded the welfare of his young niece in breach of Clauses 5 (Intrusion into grief and shock) and 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice. He was further concerned that a reporter from the newspaper had behaved in a manner contrary to the terms of Clause 4 (Harassment) of the Code.

(793)Mrs Emma Drury-Ward (Chat)

Mrs Emma Drury-Ward complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article, published in the magazine, which reported on her wedding day. The complainant was concerned that the article contained several inaccuracies, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(794)Ms Tina Hallett & Mr Jonathan Apps (Daily Mail)

Tina Hallett and Jonathan Apps complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an online article which included inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice. They considered that the newspaper had failed to make clear that more than one complaint had been made about the chimes of a church clock or that it had fallen silent for only a week.

(795)A man (Daily Mail)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a number of inaccuracies in an article relating to his family in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(796)Sarah Cook (Easy Living)

Sarah Cook complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the magazine had breached Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice with its publication of an article that contained intimate details of her relationship with the author of the piece.

(797)Mr Joe Cooke (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Joe Cooke complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, about an article which had inaccurately reported that he had been shown in a documentary travelling in a Rolls Royce, and sporting a silver suit and silver-topped cane.

(798)Mrs Sally Johnson (Hull Daily Mail)

Mrs Sally Johnson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that two articles headlined 'Police officer charged with sex attacks', and 'Hull PC Mike Johnson admits sex assault on night out', published on the website of the Hull Daily Mail on 19 September 2011 and 17 July 2012 respectively, had identified her in breach of Clause 9 (Reporting of Crime) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(799)Mr George Tainsh (Alloa and Hillfoots Wee County News)

Mr George Tainsh, Director of Ochil View Housing Association, complained on behalf of himself and Ochil View that an article headlined 'Ochil View Housing fraud scandal', published in the Alloa and Hillfoots Wee County News on 17 July 2012, was inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, and that he had not been afforded an opportunity to reply in breach of Clause 2 (Opportunity to reply) of the Code.

(800)Mr Bruce Elliott (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Bruce Elliott complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered to have inaccurately stated that two-thirds of millionaires had left Britain following the introduction of a 50p tax rate.

(801)Nigel Brown (North Somerset Times)

Nigel Brown complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a court report which stated that he was convicted for assault but had failed to report that the conviction was later overturned, with the judge making clear in his summation that the matter should never have been brought to court in the first place.

(802)Mrs Elizabeth Logan (East Riding Mail)

Mrs Elizabeth Logan complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which reported on allegations made about her during court proceedings. The complainant considered that this was misleading, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(803)A woman (Guernsey Press & Star)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice that an article reporting on the death of her step-father was insensitive.

(804)Mr Scott Maxwell (The Scottish Sun)

Mr Scott Maxwell complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice that an article which reported that TV executives had cancelled chef Craig Higgins' show, Safari Kitchen, after one episode was inaccurate and misleading.

(805)Ms Karin Ward (The Sun)

Ms Karin Ward complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about a photograph which featured in an article reporting on the extent of Jimmy Savile's abuse.

(806)East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust (Bexhill on Sea Observer)

Siba Agbeyegbe representing East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(807)East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust (Rye & Battle Observer)

Siba Agbeyegbe representing East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(808)East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust (Battle Observer)

Siba Agbeyegbe representing East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(809)East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust (Hastings & St Leonards Observer)

Siba Agbeyegbe representing East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(810)Mr Andrew Darling (Berwickshire News)

Mr Andrew Darling complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered to have inaccurately reported on the response to his proposals for the construction of a wind turbine, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(811)Holly Willoughby (Sunday Sport)

Holly Willoughby complained to the Press Complaints Commission via Lewis Silkin solicitors that the newspaper had published inaccurate and intrusive material in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(812)Mr and Mrs Candy  (Daily Mail)

Mr and Mrs Nick Candy complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on their wedding which contained inaccuracies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice and included private photographs without consent in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Code.

(813)Councillor Catherine Lumb (Darlington & Stockton Times)

Councillor Catherine Lumb complained to the Press Complaints Commission about a front page lead headline, and a clarification, both of which she considered inaccurate and misleading, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(814)A woman (Marie Claire)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the magazine had published on its website inaccurate information and intruded into her private life in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(815)A man (Sutton Guardian)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published information about his young niece following a family tragedy in breach of Clauses 5 (Intrusion into grief and shock) and 6 (Children) of the Code. This had made her return to school after the tragedy very difficult.

(816)Mr Geoff White (Saga Magazine)

Mr Geoff White complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article, which he considered to have breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(817)Ms Finola Kelly (Daily Mail)

Ms Finola Kelly complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a comment piece on the Equality and Human Rights Commission which contained inaccuracies and was misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(818)Bill Wiggin MP (The Guardian)

Bill Wiggin MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) in an article about the aftermath of the defeat in the House of Commons of a bill that would have reformed the House of Lords.

(819)Joe Cooke (Daily Mail)

Joe Cooke complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article, which appeared online only, that he considered to have breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(820)Ms Amber Bell (Wales Online)

Ms Amber Bell complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which quoted from a tweet she had posted whilst on a work experience placement. The article had described her as a press officer, and the complainant considered that this had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(821)Curt Stringfellow (Flintshire Leader)

Curt Stringfellow complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an interview with a former soldier which contained the man's account of an alleged attack he had suffered.

(822)Mrs Carol Collier (Ilford Recorder)

Mrs Carol Collier complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately stated that she had pleaded guilty to five offences, when in fact she had been found guilty by the jury.

(823)Mr Jason Coker (Romford Recorder)

Mr Jason Coker complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which reported on the death of his fiance, which he considered to have breached Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief and shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(824)Ms Catriona Kennedy (Surrey Mirror)

Ms Catriona Kennedy complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on the death of a baby which inaccurately reported comments she had made, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(825)Ms Tailia Santo (The Sun)

Ms Tailia Santo complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which, in her view, breached Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(826)Miss Emma Carr (The Sun)

Miss Emma Carr complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on her part-time employment which intruded into her privacy in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, and that the newspaper had used subterfuge to obtain the information in breach of Clause 10 (Clandestine devices and subterfuge) of the Code.

(827)Christine Rourke (Wigan Evening Post)

Christine Rourke complained to the Press Complaints Commission, via a representative from Victim Support, that the newspaper had failed to handle the publication of coverage of her son's death and the trial of his alleged killer sensitively, as required by Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(828)Ms Laura Clegg (Daily Mail)

Ms Laura Clegg complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(829)A woman (The Sun)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information and intruded into her private life in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(830)A man (Manchester Evening News)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a report of his court case which included the name of the street he was living on, which he considered to be an intrusion into his privacy in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(831)A man (Messenger)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a report of his court case which included the name of the street he was living on, which he considered to be an intrusion into his privacy in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(832)A man (Bolton News)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a report of his court case in relation to violent disorder but had not subsequently reported that he had been acquitted, which he considered to be a breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Code.

(833)Mr Christian Hunt  (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Christian Hunt, editor of Carbon Brief, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on the world's fossil fuel consumption, which was inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(834)Sharon Dolan-Powers (The Observer)

Sharon Dolan-Powers was one of nine individuals who contacted the Press Complaints Commission to complain that the newspaper had published an article which misleadingly referred to a historical event as current in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy).

(835)Weston Area Health NHS Trust (Weston, Worle & Somerset Mercury)

Ms Alison Kingscott on behalf of the Weston Area Health NHS Trust complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting on the sentencing of a care worker inaccurately reported that the accused worked and committed the illegal act at Weston General Hospital, whereas he in fact worked at a separate mental health unit, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(836)Mr & Mrs Gordon Suttle (Banbury Guardian)

Mr & Mrs Gordon Suttle complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice that an article reporting on the inquest into the death of their son, Matthew, contained inaccurate information.

(837)Clem Challis (Hinckley Times)

Clem Challis complained to the Press Complaint Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately reported that he was dead and his grandson was terminally ill in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(838)Michael Ainsworth (The Independent)

Michael Ainsworth complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an opinion piece which asserted, without proof, that Chelsea fans had applauded a man who allegedly directed a monkey impersonation towards a black football player.

(839)Daniel Warne (Bucks Free Press)

Daniel Warne complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a report of the inquest into his father's death which, in his view, was insensitive towards the feelings of the family of the deceased.

(840)Mr Mike Moss (The Guardian)

Mr Mike Moss complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on remembrance of the Hillsborough disaster which inaccurately referred to Ms Ann Burkett as the mother of Mr Peter Burkett, whereas she was in fact his step-mother, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(841)A woman (South Wales Evening Post)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on her court case which she considered to intrude into her privacy in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(842)Mr Andrew Smith (Daily Mail)

Mr Andrew Smith complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 3 (Privacy), 4 (Harassment), 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock), 6 (Children) and 10 (Clandestine devices and subterfuge) following the publication of an article which reported on the death of his son, Edmund.

(843)Adam Taylor and Anne Ferguson (The Sun)

Adam Taylor and Anne Ferguson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper reported that they had been arrested but failed to state that they had been released without charge soon after. The complainant's were concerned that readers would be misled in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy).

(844)Mr Christoph Klingler (The Mail on Sunday)

Mr Christoph Klingler, Managing Director of the company Yipiii, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on the company's activities which contained numerous inaccuracies and was misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(845)Ms Rachel Creser (Bucks Herald)

Ms Rachel Creser complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice that the newspaper had insensitively reported on the inquest into her uncle's death.

(846)Miss Hannah Ryan (i)

Miss Hannah Ryan complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a headline on its front cover which was misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(847)Full Fact (The Sun)

Mr Joseph O'Leary on behalf of Full Fact complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article regarding a report on problem households which contained inaccuracies and was misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(848)Full Fact (Daily Mail)

Mr Joseph O'Leary on behalf of Full Fact complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article regarding a report on problem households which contained inaccuracies and was misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(849)Dr Haitham al Haddad (Evening Standard)

Dr Haitham al Haddad complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Mosque near Olympics site in terror link' investigation', published in the Evening Standard on 8 June 2012, was inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(850)Jason Mack (Heat)

Jason Mack complained to the Press Complaints Commission through his father, Brian Mack, that an article headlined 'Feuds reignited! Cheryl stirs up bitter past with drug addict ex' / 'Forget Ashley! 10 years on, Cheryl slams drug addict ex', published in Heat magazine in an issue dated 7-13 July 2012, was inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(851)Ms Philippa Buckley (Sunday Mirror)

Ms Philippa Buckley complained to the Press Complaints Commission about the conduct of the newspaper's reporter, conduct which she had found intimidating and upsetting, in breach of Clauses 3 (Privacy) and 4 (Harassment) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(852)Mr Peter Reynolds (Scottish Daily Mail)

Mr Peter Reynolds complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article, which appeared in the Scottish Daily Mail and online, which reported on a study published by scientists at the University of Aberdeen.

(853)Wendi Titmus (Halesowen News)

Wendi Titmus complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code by publishing an article which, in her view, suggested to readers that a charge had been brought against her son following an allegation of assault when this was not the case.

(854)A woman (Take a Break)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the magazine had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice by publishing a letter attributed to her which she had not written and had not given consent for. She was further concerned that her address had been published, in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Code.

(855)A man (Exeter Express & Echo)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on an injury he had sustained which included details of his medical and other personal information without his consent in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(856)Mrs Marlene Howes (Daily Mail)

Mrs Marlene Howes complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice that the newspaper had published two misleading online articles about a court case against her.

(857)Rebecca Morris (The Sun)

Rebecca Morris complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 3 (Privacy) and 10 (Clandestine devices and subterfuge) of the Editors' Code of Practice in relation to an article that she considered to be inaccurate and which had intruded into her private life.

(858)Rebecca Morris (Daily Mirror)

Rebecca Morris complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 3 (Privacy) and 10 (Clandestine devices and subterfuge) of the Editors' Code of Practice in relation to an article that she considered to be inaccurate and which had intruded into her private life.

(859)Paul Boseley (Redditich Advertiser)

Paul Boseley complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, as it had published an article on a trial in 2007 in which it appeared that he was guilty of rape but failed to report on a retrial in which he was found not guilty.

(860)Paul Boseley (Bromsgrove Advertiser)

Paul Boseley complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, as it had published an article on a trial in 2007 in which it appeared that he was guilty of rape but failed to report on a retrial in which he was found not guilty.

(861)Paul Boseley (Birmingham Mail)

Paul Boseley complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, as it had published an article on a trial in 2007 in which it appeared that he was guilty of rape but failed to report on a retrial in which he was found not guilty.

(862)Paul Boseley (Daily Mirror)

Paul Boseley complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, as it had published an article on a trial in 2007 in which it appeared that he was guilty of rape but failed to report on a retrial in which he was found not guilty.

(863)Paul Boseley (The Daily Telegraph)

Paul Boseley complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, as it had published an article on a trial in 2007 in which it appeared that he was guilty of rape but failed to report on a retrial in which he was found not guilty.

(864)Paul Boseley (Worcester News)

Paul Boseley complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, as it had published an article on a trial in 2007 in which it appeared that he was guilty of rape but failed to report on a retrial in which he was found not guilty.

(865)A man (Farnham Herald)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Assaulted after night out', published in the Farnham Herald on 15 June 2012, was inaccurate and intruded into his private life in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(866)Mr Andrew Stephenson (The Argus (Brighton))

Mr Andrew Stephenson complained to the Press Complaints Commission about the publication of two articles which he felt were inaccurate and intrusive, in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 2 (Opportunity to reply) and 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(867)Mr Peter Hitchens (Huffington Post)

Mr Peter Hitchens complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the Huffington Post had published comments attributed to him in quotation marks - denoting them as direct quotes - without any contemporaneous notes to support the quotes.

(868)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had intruded into her private life by publishing material taken from her own webpages in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Code.

(869)Mr Foysol Choudhury (Western Mail)

Mr Foysol Choudhury complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which claimed that his son, Ikram Choudhury, had tweeted a photograph of a hit-and-run victim as he lay dying in the road.

(870)Mr Foysol Choudhury (Scottish Daily Mail)

Mr Foysol Choudhury complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which claimed that his son, Ikram Choudhury, had tweeted a photograph of a hit-and-run victim as he lay dying in the road.

(871)Mr Foysol Choudhury (South Wales Echo)

Mr Foysol Choudhury complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which claimed that his son, Ikram Choudhury, had tweeted a photograph of a hit-and-run victim as he lay dying in the road.

(872)Mr Foysol Choudhury (The Scotsman)

Mr Foysol Choudhury complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about articles which claimed that his son, Ikram Choudhury, had tweeted a photograph of a hit-and-run victim as he lay dying in the road.

(873)Mr Foysol Choudhury (Edinburgh Evening News)

Mr Foysol Choudhury complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about articles which claimed that his son, Ikram Choudhury, had tweeted a photograph of a hit-and-run victim as he lay dying in the road.

(874)Mr Foysol Choudhury (Daily Mirror)

Mr Foysol Choudhury complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about a number of articles which claimed that his son, Ikram Choudhury, had tweeted a photograph of a hit-and-run victim as he lay dying in the road.

(875)Mr Foysol Choudhury (Daily Record)

Mr Foysol Choudhury complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about a number of articles which claimed that his son, Ikram Choudhury, had tweeted a photograph of a hit-and-run victim as he lay dying in the road.

(876)A woman (The Mail on Sunday)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had intruded into her private life by publishing material she had written and distorting it in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Code.

(877)Ms Emma Oliver (Daily Mail)

Ms Emma Oliver complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article, published online only, which reported on the death of her daughter.

(878)Mrs Marlene Howes (Daily Mirror)

Mrs Marlene Howes complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice that the newspaper's article contained misleading information about a court case against her.

(879)Dr Julia Bichard (Daily Mail)

Dr Julia Bichard complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice that the newspaper's article contained inaccurate statements about the Liverpool Care Pathway (LCP), a model for delivering palliative care.

(880)Mr Mark Pearman (East Anglian Daily Times)

Mr Mark Pearman, the Chief Executive of AFC Sudbury, complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which he considered misleadingly gave the impression that AFC Sudbury were in a poor financial position.

(881)Mr Damian Winstone (South Wales Echo)

Mr Damian Winstone complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on the court case of a man named Simon David Winstone whose headline misleadingly suggested he was the grandson of the boxer Howard Winstone, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(882)Mr Norman Anderson (Dinnington & Maltby Guardian)

Mr Norman Anderson complained to the Press Complaints Commission about the publication of an article which was, in his view, inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(883)Ms Alison Mayers (Reading Post)

Ms Alison Mayers complained to the Press Complaints Commission about the publication of an article which she considered to have breached Clause 3 (Privacy) and 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(884)Two women (Islington Tribune)

Two women complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 3 (Privacy) and 10 (Clandestine devices and subterfuge) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which mentioned allegations of racism against them.

(885)Mr Gordon Brown MP (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Gordon Brown MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which reported that he had spent nearly 20,000 of his parliamentary expenses on flying between London and Edinburgh, despite rarely appearing in the House of Commons'.

(886)Mr Gordon Brown MP (The Sunday Times)

Mr Gordon Brown MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which reported that he had claimed 114,998 of an allowance available to former Prime Ministers to assist with the performance of public duties.

(887)Mr Gordon Brown MP  (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Gordon Brown MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which reported that a press conference he had been due to give at the United Nations had been cancelled after only one journalist turned up to hear him speak'.

(888)Mr Gordon Brown MP (The Sun)

Mr Gordon Brown MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which claimed that he had 'raked in 114,998 of taxpayers' cash last year' by '[taking] advantage of a special allowance aimed at helping ex-PMs with public duties''.

(889)Mr Derek Dick  (The Scotsman)

Mr Derek Dick aka Fish complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which reported the complainant's criticisms of the Scottish Fashion Awards, in which his daughter, Tara, had competed.

(890)A man (The Spectator)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a regular column in the magazine had incorrectly claimed that a 'BTEC in how to claim the dole' existed, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(891)Mr Robert Stevenson (The Sunday Times)

Mr Robert Stevenson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which inaccurately stated that there were only 100 mature cod in the North Sea.

(892)Steve and Angie Collins (Hertfordshire Mercury)

The complainants, Steve and Angie Collins, had complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which reported on a series of armed robberies had inaccurately portrayed the link between a criminal gang and their gym.

(893)Mr Jonathan Apps & Ms Tina Hallett (North Somerset Times)

Mr Jonathan Apps and Ms Tina Hallett complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(894)Mr Jonathan Apps & Ms Tina Hallett (The Sun)

Mr Jonathan Apps and Ms Tina Hallett complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(895)Ms Christine Kwiecinski (Daily Mail)

Ms Christine Kwiecinski complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 2 (Opportunity to reply), 4 (Harassment) and 12 (Discrimination) of the Editors' Code of Practice about her image appearing in an article featuring high school yearbook photos'.

(896)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 9 (Reporting of Crime) of the Editors' Code of Practice that an article which reported on criminal charges against her husband had identified her and her daughter, despite their being irrelevant to the proceedings.

(897)Miss Sunnie De Pass (Islington Gazette)

Miss Sunnie De Pass complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting on the launch of her new album had misleadingly used a photograph of her with two other artists, known as the Suburban Pirates, with whom she had not worked for 18 months.

(898)The Diarrassouba family  (Daily Mail)

The Diarrassouba family complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article following the death of her brother which, in addition to being intrusive and insensitive in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock), wrongly reported that he had been shop-lifting at the time of his death in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(899)A woman (Evening Chronicle (Newcastle upon Tyne))

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on the circumstances of a 12-year old boy with a terminal illness which contained inaccuracies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(900)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on the circumstances of a 12-year old boy with a terminal illness which contained inaccuracies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(901)A woman (Daily Mirror)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on the circumstances of a 12-year old boy with a terminal illness which contained inaccuracies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(902)Ms Lauren Reilly (Scottish Daily Mail)

Ms Lauren Reilly complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on a car crash in which her sister was killed which contained inaccuracies, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(903)Ms Lauren Reilly (Daily Record)

Ms Lauren Reilly complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on a car crash in which her sister was killed which contained inaccuracies, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(904)A woman (Crewe Chronicle)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which reported on the inquest into her husband's death.

(905)Richard Ward (The Daily Telegraph)

Richard Ward of the Richard Ward Hair & Metrospa complained through his representative Alastair Brett that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(906)Mr Mark Rolfe (Sevenoaks Chronicle)

Mr Mark Rolfe, the leader of a Scout Group, complaint to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which inaccurately suggested that the Scout Group had been unhappy with a 250 grant provided for them by the Parish Council.

(907)Migrants Resource Centre, on behalf of Mr Salvatore Quero (The Sun)

Migrants Resource Centre, on behalf of Mr Salvatore Quero, complained to the Press Complaints Commission about the publication of an article which Mr Quero considered to have breached Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 12 (Discrimination) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(908)Russ Graham (The Mail on Sunday)

Russ Graham complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had illustrated an article about wind farms with a photograph that had been digitally manipulated in a manner that breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(909)A woman (Wiltshire Gazette & Herald)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article published in the Wiltshire Gazette and Herald on 6 September 2012 contained excessive detail about a method of suicide in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(910)Ms Eiddwen Jones (Cambrian News)

Ms Eiddwen Jones complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the publication of an article had breached Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(911)Ms Sandra Rhodes (Fife Free Press)

Ms Sandra Rhodes complained to the Press Complaints Commission about the publication of six articles which had, in her view, breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(912)Shereef Abdallah (Daily Mail)

Shereef Abdallah complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice that the newspaper's article had inaccurately stated that he had wrecked his career by sending out offensive messages on Twitter.

(913)Gordon Miller (Belfast News Letter)

Gordon Miller complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published articles that he considered were in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 4 (Harassment) and Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(914)Mr Jonathan Apps & Ms Tina Hallett (Daily Mail)

Mr Jonathan Apps and Ms Tina Hallett complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had included a number of inaccuracies in its coverage of a complaint over a church clock's chimes in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(915)Ms Tina Hallett & Mr Jonathan Apps (Western Daily Press)

Ms Tina Hallett and Mr Jonathan Apps complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had included inaccuracies in its coverage of a complaint over a church clock's chimes in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Code.

(916)Ms Tina Hallett & Mr Jonathan Apps (Bristol Evening Post)

Ms Tina Hallett and Mr Jonathan Apps complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had included inaccuracies in its coverage of a complaint over a church clock's chimes in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Code.

(917)Mr & Mrs Simon Reed (Shropshire Star)

Mr & Mrs Simon Reed, owners of the Pheasant Inn pub, complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice that the newspaper's coverage of a meeting for local residents opposed to the complainants' plans to change from commercial to residential premises was inaccurate and misleading.

(918)Mr & Mrs Simon Reed (Bridgnorth Journal)

Mr & Mrs Simon Reed, owners of the Pheasant Inn pub, complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice that the newspaper's coverage of a meeting for local residents opposed to the complainants' plans to change from commercial to residential premises was inaccurate and misleading.

(919)Mr Matthew Brealey (The Mail on Sunday)

Mr Matthew Brealey complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a comment piece on cyclists' behaviour which misleadingly implied that the columnist's mother had been the victim of three cycling-related incidents in 2012, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(920)Mr Gordon Brown MP (The Times)

Mr Gordon Brown MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which reported on income received by MPs in addition to their parliamentary salary.

(921)Reverend Pat Brown (Lancashire Telegraph)

Reverend Pat Brown complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information about a planning application in relation to the Barnes Square Methodist Church in Clayton-le-Moors, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(922)Mr Jonathan Apps and Ms Tina Hallett (The Independent on Sunday)

Mr Jonathan Apps and Ms Tina Hallett complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(923)Mr John Elgin (Border Counties Advertiser)

Mr John Eglin complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which referred to 'gypsies' having destroyed a football pitch, which he considered would have misled readers into believing that the group was from the Romani community in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(924)A woman (Huffington Post)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on the circumstances of a 12-year old boy with a terminal illness which contained inaccuracies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(925)Britt Luisa Ros (The Daily Telegraph)

Britt Luisa Ros complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Code.

(926)Mrs Avril Holmes (Ilkeston Advertiser)

Mrs Avril Holmes complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on an inquest into the death of a baby which did not make clear that the baby's mother was in hospital at the time.

(927)Mr John Stevenson (The Sun)

Mr John Stevenson complained to the Press Complaints Commission about the publication of an article which had, in his view, breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(928)A man (Stirling News)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission about the publication of three articles which had, in his view, breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(929)A man (Alloa Advertiser)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission about the publication of three articles which had, in his view, breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(930)A man (Daily Mail)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission about the publication of three articles which had, in his view, breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(931)A man (Belfast Telegraph)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had linked his marriage to the activities of Creationist Bible groups, which he considered to be a breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(932)Paul Boseley (Metro)

Paul Boseley complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code, as it had published an article on a trial in 2007 in which he was convicted of rape but failed to report on a retrial in which he was found not guilty.

(933)Paul Boseley (Express & Star (Walsall Edition))

Paul Boseley complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code, as it had published an article on a trial in 2007 in which he was convicted of rape but failed to report on a retrial in which he was found not guilty.

(934)Paul Boseley (The Sun)

Paul Boseley complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code, as it had published an article on a trial in 2007 in which he was convicted of rape but failed to report on a retrial in which he was found not guilty.

(935)Paul Boseley (Daily Mail)

Paul Boseley complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code, as it had published an article on a trial in 2007 in which he was convicted of rape but failed to report on a retrial in which he was found not guilty.

(936)Mr Keith Crowther (The Journal (Newcastle))

Mr Keith Crowther complained to the Press Complaints Commission about the publication of an article which had, in his view, breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(937)Full Fact (Daily Mirror)

Full Fact complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting of a survey carried out by AA/Populus which was in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(938)Jim Sheridan MP (Daily Mail)

Jim Sheridan MP complained to the Press Complaint Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting criticism of MPs who were gifted free Olympics tickets by sponsors that failed to report that, in fact, he had refused the offer.

(939)Karen Walton (Evening Telegraph & Post)

Karen Walton complained to the Press Complaints Commission following the newspaper's publication of an inquest report into her brother-in-law's sudden death.

(940)Honest Reporting (Daily Mail)

Simon Plosker, Managing Editor of Honest Reporting, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately reported the location of Israel's government, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(941)Susan Weeks-Wade (York Press)

Susan Wade-Weeks complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper was continuing to publish two historical articles on its website that wrongly attributed offensive Facebook comments to her in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(942)Adrian Evans (The Times)

Adrian Evans complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice when it published a Saturday Review section which claimed to include a 7-day TV & Radio Guide.

(943)Mr Iain Simcock (Southern Reporter)

Mr Iain Simcock complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article, which reported his dismissal by Glasgow Cathedral, had breached the terms of Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 2 (Opportunity to reply) and 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(944)A woman (The Sun)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on the circumstances and death of a 12-year old boy with a terminal illness which contained inaccuracies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(945)Mr Berwyn Jay (Daily Mail)

Mr Berwyn Jay, former head of IT and press spokesman for Cardiff City FC, complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which claimed that he had been sacked after admitting he had previously been paid by the News of the World for stories about the club.'

(946)Michael Ludlam (Daily Mail)

Michael Ludlam complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in relation to a court case in which he was indirectly concerned, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(947)Dr JG Flood (Daily Mail)

Dr JG Flood complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on GPs' and hospital consultants' pay which contained inaccuracies and was misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code.

(948)Mr Iain Simcock (The Scottish Sun)

Mr Iain Simcock complained to the Press Complaints Commission that two articles, which reported his dismissal by Glasgow Cathedral, had breached the terms of Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 2 (Opportunity to reply) and 3 (Privacy) of the Editors Code of Practice.

(949)Mrs Sarah Catt (Daily Mail)

Mrs Sarah Catt complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on her court case which intruded into her privacy in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice; named unrelated members of her family in breach of Clause 9 (Reporting of Crime) of the Code; and contained inaccuracies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Code.

(950)Naomi Thomas (Metro)

Naomi Thomas complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice with its publication of an article about her wedding which included a photograph that was private.

(951)Cllr Gerald Vernon-Jackson (The Daily Telegraph)

Cllr Gerald Vernon-Jackson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately reported his views on students paying council tax, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(952)Mr Gary Benardout (Daily Mirror)

Mr Gary Benardout complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had falsely claimed that his company, 'Advantage HGV', had illegally claimed membership of the Road Haulage Association in order to dupe customers.

(953)Mr Gordon Bell (The Independent)

Mr Gordon Bell, Communications Officer for the Free Church of Scotland, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately stated that the Free Church had taken exception to the invitation of Richard Dawkins to a book festival.

(954)Lisa Duller (Metro)

Lisa Duller complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which incorrectly reported the symptoms of Williams Syndrome.

(955)Miss Naomi Bloomer (Herald Series (Oxfordshire))

Miss Naomi Bloomer complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an online article reporting on Oxford University's dress code for transgender students whose headline inaccurately referred to being transgender as being, therefore, 'gay', in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(956)Bacs Payment Schemes Ltd (Daily Mail)

Ms Kerris Macauley of Bacs Payment Schemes Ltd complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which discussed utility companies' usage of the direct debit scheme as a means of taking payment from customers. The complainant considered that the article displayed a lack of balance.

(957)Nick Crossley (Halifax Courier)

Nick Crossley complained to the Press Complaints Commission through John Pickering & Partners solicitors that an article headlined 'Crossley tycoon: I'm dying', published in the Halifax Courier on 17 March 2012, was inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and insensitive in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(958)Shereef Abdallah (The Mail on Sunday)

Shereef Abdallah complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published details of a series of criminal allegations against him but, when the police decided that no charges would be brought, had failed to report this fact. He was concerned that readers would have been misled in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(959)Mr Iain Simcock (Daily Mail)

Mr Iain Simcock complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article, which reported his dismissal by Glasgow Cathedral, had breached the terms of Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 2 (Opportunity to reply) and 3 (Privacy) of the Editors Code of Practice.

(960)Steven Wilkinson (The Mail on Sunday)

Steven Wilkinson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had misrepresented comments he had made to its reporter regarding the circumstances under which he had been granted a papal knighthood, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(961)Mrs Hillary Markham (Daily Mail)

Mrs Hillary Markham complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of Mr Nicolus Harling that the newspaper's article, which reported the death of Mr Harling's son, Harry, had breached the terms of Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 3 (Privacy), 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) and 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(962)Honest Reporting (The Guardian)

Simon Plosker of Honest Reporting complained to the Press Complaints Commission, through Asserson Law Offices, that an item in the Corrections and clarifications column of The Guardian, published on 22 April 2012, was inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(963)Mr Callum Clark (Liverpool Echo)

Mr Callum Clark complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on a school trip which included a photograph that he considered to intrude into the pupils' time at school in breach of Clause 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(964)Mr Craig Halliday (South Wales Evening Post)

Mr Craig Halliday complained to the Press Complaints Commission about the publication of an article which had, in his view, breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(965)The family of Rosie Whitaker (Daily Mail)

The family of Rosie Whitaker complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 3 (Privacy), and 5 (Intrusion into grief and shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(966)Rebecca Morris (Halesowen News)

Rebecca Morris complained that an article headlined 'Model pix cop has quit force', published in the Halesowen News on 7 June 2012 was inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(967)Rebecca Morris (Stourbridge News)

Rebecca Morris complained that an article headlined 'Model pix cop has quit force', published in the Stourbridge News on 31 May 2012, was inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(968)David Clark and Judith Miller-Clark (The Scottish Sun)

Mr David Clark, and Mrs Judith Miller-Clark, complained to the Press Complaints Commission about the newspaper's publication of an article which was, in their view, inaccurate and intrusive, in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 3 (Privacy) and 4 (Harassment) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(969)Annie Howard (Daily Mail)

Annie Howard complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which inaccurately claimed that a quarter of all sickness benefit claimants have a criminal record in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(970)Patrick Newell (The Mail on Sunday)

Patrick Newell complained to the Press Complaints Commission, on behalf of Business Energy Solutions Ltd, that the newspaper had breached Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 4 (Harassment) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(971)Mrs Tracey Vicker (Glamorgam Gazette)

Mrs Tracy Vicker complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's article, which was based on an interview she had given about her experiences of post-natal hallucinations, had breached the terms of Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 3 (Privacy) and 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(972)A man (Hampstead & Highgate Express)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published details of a series of criminal allegations against him but, when the police decided that no charges would be brought, had failed to report this fact.

(973)Gillian Kay (Heywood Advertiser)

Gillian Kay complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had failed to distinguish between comment, conjecture and fact in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice when it reported her husband's cause of death before it had been established at inquest.

(974)Mr Adrian Jenkin (Newquay Voice)

Mr Adrian Jenkin complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) about an article which reported on the inquest into the death of Mr Edward Ernest Quinton.

(975)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice that the newspaper had published private and inaccurate information about her.

(976)Jihad Breich (Eastern Daily Press)

Jihad Breich complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper was continuing to publish an online article detailing a court case against his brother for alleged money laundering offences.

(977)Jihad Breich (Willesden & Brent Times)

Jihad Breich complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper was continuing to publish an online article detailing a court case against his brother for alleged money laundering offences.

(978)Lord Bragg (The Independent on Sunday)

Lord Bragg of Wigton complained to the Press Complaints Commission via Lewis Silkin solicitors that the newspaper had conducted an interview with him, and published the resulting article, in a manner that raised breaches of Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 10 (Clandestine devices and subterfuge) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(979)Mr Martin Narey (The Guardian)

Mr Martin Narey complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccuracies about him, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, on a number of occasions.

(980)Mr Raymond Hogan (Medway Messenger)

Mr Raymond Hogan complained to the Press Complaints Commission, on behalf of his father, Mr Colin Hogan, about the publication of an article which he considered to have breached Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(981)Mr Shaun Sinclair (The Scottish Sun)

Mr Shaun Sinclair complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article, which stated that his niece was thought to be Scotland's youngest female suicide victim, breached the terms of Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 2 (Opportunity to reply) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(982)Richard Knights (Liverpool Echo)

Richard Knights complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an opinion piece which contained a number of inaccuracies regarding a proposal to set up a Free School in Everton.

(983)Mr Warren Bates (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Warren Bates complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article, which reported the findings of the Sixth Report of Fukushima Prefecture Health Management Survey, had breached the terms of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(984)A man (The Observer)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published details of a series of criminal allegations against him but, when the police decided that no charges would be brought, had failed to report this fact.

(985)Miss Julie Lomath (Shropshire Star)

Miss Julie Lomath complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) in a comment piece about dangerous dogs.

(986)Mrs Laura Zaman (Daily Mail)

Mrs Laura Zaman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an online article reporting that a teenager had shouted 'Allahu akbar' as he grabbed the Olympic torch, whereas this could not be heard in the accompanying video.

(987)Ms Sandra Rhodes (The Courier (Dundee))

Ms Sandra Rhodes complained to the Press Complaints Commission about the publication of two articles, which she said had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(988)Mr Doug Meikle (The Mail on Sunday)

Mr Doug Meikle complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code in a comment piece about international relations.

(989)Ms Jackie Green (Reveal)

Ms Jackie Green complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Trans Media Watch that the magazine had published information in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 12 (Discrimination) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(990)Mrs Margaret Watson (The Guardian)

Mrs Margaret Watson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(991)Mr James Lattimore (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr James Lattimore complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) in a comment piece about gay marriage.

(992)Mr Mark Palframan (Daily Mail)

Mr Mark Palframan complained that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice in a comment piece about homelessness.

(993)Mr Adam Wood (The Sun)

Mr Adam Wood complained that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice in a report about the drug Cloud Nine'.

(994)Corin Willis (The Observer)

Corin Willis complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a comment piece on racism which erroneously included an example of an allegedly racist incident which, in fact, the courts had found could not be proven.

(995)A woman v Metro (Metro)

A woman complained to the PCC that an article, which reported that a comedian had been given a police caution after uploading a picture of her on Facebook and asking members of the public to 'ride her like a horse', breached the terms of Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 3 (Privacy), 4 (Harassment) and 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(996)Tom Murray (Daily Record)

Mr Tom Murray complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information regarding the ownership of his son's company in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(997)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained to the PCC that an article, which reported that a comedian had been given a police caution after uploading a picture of her on Facebook and asking members of the public to 'ride her like a horse', breached the terms of Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 3 (Privacy), 4 (Harassment) and 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(998)Oliver Gray (The Cornishman)

Mr Oliver Gray complained on behalf of Lizzy Dive to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(999)Alex McLachlan (Scottish Daily Mail)

Mr Mark McLachlan complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1000)Edmund Robb and Edward de la Billiere (The Times)

Edmund Robb and Edward de la Billiere complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate and misleading claims about their business interests in China, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1001)Mr Michael Kinsky (Daily Mail)

Mr Michael Kinsky complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an online article which breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1002)Mr Wayne Jenkins (The Sunday Times)

Mr Wayne Jenkins complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about a speech bubble which had been inserted onto a photograph in which he appeared with the Olympic torch.

(1003)Mr Adam Wood (Daily Mail)

Mr Adam Wood complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) in an article about drugs.

(1004)Mr Frank Kane (Newtownards Chronicle)

Mr Frank Kane complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice in an article about a burglary at his home.

(1005)Mr Serge Voronov (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Serge Voronov complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy).

(1006)Mr Oliver Gray (Daily Mirror)

Mr Oliver Gray complained on behalf of Lizzy Dive to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1007)Mr Oliver Gray (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Oliver Gray complained on behalf of Lizzy Dive to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1008)Linda Sutherland (The Sentinel (Staffordshire))

Linda Sutherland complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had named her step-mother and a number of other elderly people as victims of alleged neglect at a nursing home in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1009)A woman (The Independent)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice that the newspaper had published an article containing a number of statements - in particular, relating to her financial situation and ability to provide for her children - which she denied having said.

(1010)Full Fact (The Daily Telegraph)

Full Fact complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccurate article in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1011)Mr Stephen Vincent Murray (The Herald (Glasgow))

Mr Stephen Vincent Murray complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on property deals which was inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1012)Mrs Donna Smith (Derry Journal)

Mrs Donna Smith complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an online article, which reported a statement from the vigilante group RAAD in which it claimed responsibility for killing her son, breached the terms of Clauses 1 (Accuracy); 2 (Opportunity to reply); 3 (Privacy); 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) and 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1013)Dr Carol Steele (The People)

Dr Carol Steele complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on transsexual police officers which inaccurately stated that they could take a year's paid leave for gender reassignment and were not able to perform the full range of duties, and that they were unable to change their gender on their birth certificates, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1014)Mr Arnaud Mafille (Daily Mail)

Mr Arnaud Mafille complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of Djamel Beghal that an article was in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1015)Full Fact (Evening Standard)

Full Fact complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had incorrectly reported that the cost of living dropped 3% in April 2012 in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1016)Joseph Horner (The Observer)

Mr Joseph Horner complained that the newspaper had published the inaccurate and distorted claim that 'of the Arctic sea ice, 75% has been lost over the past 30 years' in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1017)Mr Christopher Mackin (Daily Mail)

Mr Christopher Mackin complained to the Press Complaints Commission about the publication of an article which he said was inaccurate, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1018)Jane Hughes (The Independent on Sunday)

Jane Hughes complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a restaurant review that contained a factual inaccuracy in breach Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1019)Dr Yannis Alexandrides (Daily Mail)

Dr Yannis Alexandrides complained via PHA Media that the newspaper had not reported the outcome of a General Medical Council hearing in which he had been involved, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1020)Mr Oliver Gray (Daily Mail)

Mr Oliver Gray complained on behalf of Lizzy Dive to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1021)Alex Jarvis (Daily Mail)

Ms Alex Jarvis complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article that reported the death of a nine year-old boy, Kaian Burford.

(1022)Richard Rawson (also known as 'Fazer') (Heat)

Mr Richard Rawson (also known as 'Fazer') complained to the Press Complaints Commission via Lewis Silkin solicitors that an article headlined 'Exclusive: Fazer cheated on Tulisa with me'' / 'Fazer told me he didn't have a girlfriend - then we kissed', published in Heat magazine in an issue dated 11-17 February 2012, raised a breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1023)Inspired Thinking Group (Print Week)

Inspired Thinking Group complained to the Press Complaints Commission through its solicitors, Hamlins, that the magazine had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 2 (Opportunity to reply) in an article about the settlement of a case involving the misuse of confidential information.

(1024)Teresa Kendal (Braintree & Witham Times)

Teresa Kendal complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a tribute piece in memory of her nephew that was both inaccurate and insensitive in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1025)Mr Garbhan Downey (The Guardian)

Mr Garbhan Downey, Director of Communications & Marketing for the Derry-Londonderry Culture Company, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 2 (Opportunity to reply) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1026)Mrs Sue Slater (Nelson Leader)

Mrs Sue Slater complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a reader's letter contained inaccurate information regarding her remuneration package from her employer, Pendle Leisure Trust, in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1027)Mr Oliver Gray (The Sun)

Mr Oliver Gray complained on behalf of Lizzy Dive to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1028)Mr James Glanville (Daily Mail)

Mr James Glanville complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1029)Mr Tom Griffiths (Daily Mail)

Mr Tom Griffiths complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1030)Full Fact (The Times)

Mr Joseph O'Leary of Full Fact complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on nursing cuts estimates which contained inaccuracies and was misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1031)Ms Anjana Patel (The Mail on Sunday)

Ms Anjana Patel complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article reporting that Conservative fundraiser, Rickie Sehgal, had been discovered attempting to sell access to the Prime Minister, David Cameron.

(1032)Mrs Elly Saunders (Western Gazette)

Mrs Elly Saunders complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice that an article reporting on her estranged husband's assault conviction had misled readers as to the seriousness of the offence, wrongly portraying the assault as a trivial incident.

(1033)Mr Andrew Copland (Daily Mail)

Mr Andrew Copland complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the article had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1034)Ms Lauren Goodger (Closer)

Ms Lauren Goodger of TV show The Only Way Is Essex complained to the Press Complaints Commission through her representatives, Max Clifford Associates, that an article reporting that she had been banned from filming for a week contained inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1035)Ms Lauren Goodger (Daily Mail)

Ms Lauren Goodger of TV show The Only Way Is Essex complained to the Press Complaints Commission through her representatives, Max Clifford Associates, that an article reporting that she had been banned from filming for a week contained inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1036)Ms Lauren Goodger (Reveal)

Ms Lauren Goodger of TV show The Only Way Is Essex complained to the Press Complaints Commission through her representatives, Max Clifford Associates, that an article reporting that she had been banned from filming for a week contained inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1037)Mrs Shelley McArdle (Rochdale Observer)

Mrs Shelley McArdle complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which reported her nephew's recent court case in which he was charged with fraud breached the terms of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1038)Mrs Shelley McArdle (The Daily Telegraph)

Mrs Shelley McArdle complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which reported her nephew, Scott Travis', recent conviction and incarceration for fraud breached the terms of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1039)Mrs Shelley McArdle (Daily Mail)

Mrs Shelley McArdle complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which reported the recent conviction and incarceration of her nephew, Scott Travis, for fraud breached the terms of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1040)Mr Matt Griffin (The Sunday Telegraph)

Mr Matt Griffin complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article that had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1041)Charles Bonas and James Virgin (The Times)

Charles Bonas and James Virgin complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate, sensationalist and grossly distorted claims about their alleged personal and professional ties to Neil Heywood, a British businessman who had died in China, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1042)Charles Bonas and James Virgin (The Times)

Charles Bonas and James Virgin complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate, sensationalist and grossly distorted claims about their alleged personal and professional ties to Neil Heywood, a British businessman who had died in China, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1043)Dr S Newton (The Sun)

Dr S Newton complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code in publishing an article that inaccurately suggested that the type of chlamydia that infects koalas can be transferred to humans; and that transmission can happen through urine.

(1044)Toyota (GB) Plc (The Sunday Times)

Toyota (GB) Plc complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Lewis Silkin solicitors that articles headlined 'Toyota accused of deceiving customers', 'Car dealers accuse Toyota', and 'If the customer doesn't make a complaint, don't fix the car'', published on 5 February 2012 by The Sunday Times, and 'Toyota faces inquiry over ignoring faults', published on 12 February 2012 by The Sunday Times, were inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 2 (Opportunity to reply) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1045)Ms Constance Perris (Daily Mail)

Ms Constance Perris considered that the newspaper's online headline had conflated the requirements for Incapacity Benefit with the requirements for Disability Living Allowance in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1046)Mrs Jacquie Mackie (Westmorland Gazette)

Mrs Jacquie Mackie complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article, which reported her daughter's death, inaccurately stated that her daughter had been in a relationship with the man charged with her murder.

(1047)Mr Philip Spiers (Daily Mail)

Mr Philip Spiers complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about articles which reported that HSBC had been fined 10m by the Financial Services Authority for mis-selling shares between 2005 and 2010.

(1048)Ms Susan Partridge (The Sun)

Ms Susan Partridge complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on her participation in a marathon which was inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1049)Mr Justin Michel (Jersey Evening Post)

Mr Justin Michel complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on his appeal against an application for a confiscation order which contained inaccuracies and was misleading, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1050)Ms Aarti Tandon (Evening Chronicle (Newcastle upon Tyne))

Ms Aarti Tandon complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which inaccurately described her as the adopted daughter of another woman, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1051)Mr Joel Southgate (Daily Mail)

Mr Joel Southgate complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article - reporting on a mother who had smothered her baby - that had breached Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 12 (Discrimination) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1052)Mr Chris Swift (Daily Mail)

Mr Chris Swift complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Code. He said that the newspaper had incorrectly claimed that Ched Evans - a footballer convicted of rape - had raped a girl after earlier seeing her in a kebab shop.

(1053)Mr Mark Serwotka (The Sun)

Mr Mark Serwotka, General Secretary of the Public and Commercial Services Union, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article that had breached Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 2 (Opportunity to reply) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1054)Ms Stephanie OKeeffe (The Mail on Sunday)

Ms Stephanie O'Keeffe, a freelance journalist, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article, which reported a shift she had worked at BBC Radio 5 Live breached the terms of Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1055)Mr Matt Johnston (Daily Mail)

Mr Matt Johnston complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article - reporting on a drowning incident - that had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1056)Ms Deborah Koder (The Sun)

Ms Deborah Koder on behalf of an asylum seeker complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on his asylum claim which inaccurately referred to him as 'illegal', in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1057)Ms Frankie Green (Whitstable Times)

Ms Frankie Green complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a published reader's letter contained inaccurate and potentially defamatory statements about her and the Whitstable and Faversham branch of the Palestine Solidarity Campaign in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1058)Robert Stewart (Cambridge Evening News)

Robert Stewart complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Lewis Silkin Solicitors that the newspaper had published inaccurate and misleading information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1059)North Cumbria University Hospitals NHS Trust (Cumberland News)

Dr Neil Goodwin, Interim Chief Executive of North Cumbria University Hospitals NHS Trust, complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about two articles which reported on the tendering process for takeover of the Trust.

(1060)North Cumbria University Hospitals NHS Trust (News & Star (Carlisle))

Dr Neil Goodwin, Interim Chief Executive of North Cumbria University Hospitals NHS Trust, complained to the PCC under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about two articles which reported on the tendering process for a takeover of the Trust.

(1061)Bell Pottinger Group (The Independent)

Bell Pottinger Group complained to the PCC through Carter-Ruck solicitors that a series of articles published in The Independent on 6, 7, 8 and 9 December 2011 contained information that had been obtained using subterfuge in breach of Clause 10 (Clandestine devices and subterfuge) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1062)Ms Jessica Antunes (Evening Standard)

Ms Jessica Antunes, complaining to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of her father Antonio Antunes, considered the newspaper to have published an article in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1063)Joanne Swan (The Sun)

Joanne Swan, the mother of two children with a rare autoimmune dysfunction, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had misrepresented her daughters' condition in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1064)A married couple (Camberley News and Mail)

A married couple complained to the PCC that an article headlined 'Sweet result for Mica's charity stall, published in the Camberley News and Mail on 2 March 2012, had intruded into their teenage daughter's privacy in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1065)Mr John Lander (Derbyshire Times)

Mr John Lander complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper, by publishing the contents of a letter he had submitted to North Derbyshire District Council, had breached Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 14 (Confidential sources) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1066)Giles Jackson (Scotland on Sunday)

Giles Jackson complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice that the newspaper had published an online article accompanied by a photograph of an anti-capitalist protester which - in his view - readers would have mistaken for him, as it was captioned with his name.

(1067)The Professional Interpreters Alliance (The Daily Telegraph)

The Professional Interpreters' Alliance (PIA) complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article that had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1068)Mr Syed Ahmed (Daily Mail)

Mr Syed Ahmad complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article that had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1069)David Brown (Sunday Life)

David Brown complained to the Press Complaints Commission, via HarteCoyleCollins Solicitors, that the newspaper had published an article that contained a number of inaccuracies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, including the incorrect assertion that he was convicted of rape in 1994.

(1070)A man (Swindon Advertiser)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 14 (Confidential sources) of the Editors' Code that - despite his having requested in an email to the reporter that he be made anonymous - a newspaper had identified him in an article discussing anti-social behaviour on his estate.

(1071)Ms Alex Jarvis (The Daily Telegraph)

Ms Alex Jarvis complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article that reported the death of a nine year-old boy, Kaian Burford.

(1072)A woman (Newtownards Chronicle)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article, which reported the death of a local school boy who was hit by a car.

(1073)Dale Farm Solidarity (The Sun)

An activist representing Dale Farm Solidarity complained to the PCC that an article headlined 'The Sun goes undercover for Dale Farm diary', published in The Sun on 22 October 2011, contained information that had been obtained using subterfuge in breach of Clause 10 (Clandestine devices and subterfuge) of the Editors' Code of Practice and intruded into the privacy of Dale Farm activists and residents in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Code.

(1074)Mrs Lorna Leckie (The Scottish Sun)

Mrs Lorna Leckie complained on behalf of Mr Mark Laird that the newspaper had published an article reporting on Mr Laird's activities on Twitter during his recovery following a shooting incident which contained inaccuracies and was misleading, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1075)Mr Andrew Curtis (The Sun)

Mr Andrew Curtis of the European Snack Association complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice that the newspaper had published inaccurate information.

(1076)Mr Philip Bell (Daily Mail)

Mr Philip Bell complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article published on Mail Online on 26 March 2012, headlined 'Is this finally proof we're NOT causing global warming? The whole of the Earth heated up in medieval times without human CO2 emissions, says new study', was inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1077)Dr Kalind Parashar (Daily Mail)

Dr Kalind Parashar complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice that the newspaper had published incorrect allegations about him and his family.

(1078)A woman (Sunday Life)

A woman complained to the PCC that an article headlined 'Sorry' victim's begging letter to her rapist', published in the Sunday Life on 29 January 2012, was intrusive in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice and contributed to her identification as a victim of sexual assault in breach of Clause 11 (Victims of sexual assault) of the Code.

(1079)Councillor James Moher (Brent & Kilburn Times)

Councillor James Moher complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 2 (Opportunity to reply) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1080)Jonty Stern (The Sun)

Jonty Stern complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper was continuing to publish, on its website, a historical article that contained inaccuracies relating to his time at university in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1081)Mr Steven Wren (The Sun)

Mr Steven Wren complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) about an article, which claimed that Middlesbrough FC fans had a mini-riot after a game against Ipswich FC was called off.

(1082)Ms Lindsay Greenway (Daily Mail)

Ms Lindsay Greenway complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article, which reported the death of her sister, had breached the terms of Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 3 (Privacy) and 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1083)Mr Michael Tuberville (Metro)

Mr Michael Turberville complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which reported that the social drug GBL was 'almost tasteless and odourless when diluted'.

(1084)Mrs Judith Jones (Daily Mail)

Mrs Judith Jones, the Head of Pembrokeshire Behaviour Support Service, complained that the newspaper had selectively quoted from a council report to present a misleadingly negative image of a pupil referral unit.

(1085)Charles Tannock MEP (The Sunday Times)

Charles Tannock MEP complained to the PCC via Lewis Silkin solicitors that an article headlined 'Tory MEP kept energy share options secret', published in The Sunday Times on 18 December 2011, was inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1086)John Forrester (The Scottish Sun)

John Forrester complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had intruded into the lives of his young children by identifying them in relation to a story criticising his professional background in breach of Clause 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1087)Lyn Paul (Daily Mirror)

Lyn Paul of pop group the New Seekers complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which wrongly referred to her as one of DJ Tony Blackburn's 'conquests' in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1088)Ms Michelle Harvey-Gill  (The Sun)

Ms Michelle Harvey-Gill, the sister of Lee Harvey, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had incorrectly claimed that the knife used by Tracie Andrews to stab Lee Harvey had belonged to him in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1089)Mr Peter Light (Hounslow Chronicle)

Mr Peter Light complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which - in a report of court proceedings - inaccurately referred to his father, Mr John Light as Peter Light, known as John'.

(1090)RMT Union (Evening Standard)

Mr Geoff Martin of the RMT Union complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which reported that - according to leaked RMT figures' - the number of transport union members taking part in strikes had fallen by 43 per cent.

(1091)A man (The Scottish Sun)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about articles which claimed he had sexual intercourse whilst on duty as a police officer.

(1092)A man (Irish News)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission through O Muirigh Solicitors about an article based on an interview the newspaper had conducted with him, in which he alleged harassment by police intelligence officers.

(1093)Mr Martin Robbins (Daily Mail)

Mr Martin Robbins complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which reported that two thirds of the public backed the newspaper's campaign for an automatic block on online porn'.

(1094)Mr Colin Cortbus (Daily Mail)

Mr Colin Cortbus complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article that referred to the Jurassic Coast as England's only World Heritage Site. The UNESCO website cited 28 sites of world heritage in the UK.

(1095)Mrs Caroline Panesar (The Mail on Sunday)

Mrs Caroline Panesar complained to the Press Complaints Commission that her family had been receiving a number of contacts from journalists, which they found very intrusive.

(1096)Mrs Caroline Panesar (Daily Mail)

Mrs Caroline Panesar complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 3 (Privacy) and 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1097)HRH The Duchess of Cambridge (Heat)

HRH The Duchess of Cambridge complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Harbottle & Lewis solicitors that the magazine had published a photograph of her taken in circumstances that breached Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 4 (Harassment) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1098)A woman (The People)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had named her and her son in coverage that reported details of a man's complicated love life.

(1099)Mr David Wieberg (The Guardian)

Mr David Wieberg complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the article, a report on solar panel investment schemes, had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1100)A woman (Sunday Life)

A woman, a former officer of the Northern Ireland Prison Service, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that articles headlined 'Killer rapist and his prison love', published in the Sunday Life newspaper on 24 April 2011; 'We're just friends', published on 1 May 2011; 'I could have been next', published on 3 July 2011; 'Prison funds used to clear killer's debt', published on 18 December 2011; and 'Drug debt lag killed pensioner', published on 1 January 2012, contained inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy); intruded into her privacy and that of her young son in breach of Clauses 3 (Privacy) and 6 (Children); and included material obtained through clandestine means in breach of Clause 10 (Clandestine devices and subterfuge) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1101)Mary Reid (Daily Record)

Gair & Gibson Solicitors complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of Ms Mary Reid, who considered that the newspaper had published an article breaching Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1102)A woman (Kent & Sussex Courier)

A woman, mother of a child who had been injured by a car, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) and 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice with its coverage of the incident.

(1103)Adam Wood (Yorkshire Evening Post)

Adam Wood complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had misreported the nature of the drug M-Cat in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1104)Ms Belinda Cunnison (Berwickshire News)

Ms Belinda Cunnison, a member of the group Freedom to Choose (Scotland)', complained under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which reported NHS Borders' new outdoor smoking restrictions.

(1105)Mr Ronald Baird (Daventry Express)

Mr Ronald Baird complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published three articles that had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1106)Ms Helen Belcher (Daily Mail)

Ms Helen Belcher, Treasurer of Trans Media Watch, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the article incorrectly claimed that twenty years ago, the condition of those with Gender Identity Disorder did not exist.

(1107)The Rt Hon Andrew Robathan MP (Sunday Mirror)

The Rt Hon Andrew Robathan MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the Sunday Mirror had raised a breach of Clause 4 (Harassment) of the Editors' Code of Practice while seeking his comments for an article headlined 'Nuke tests did damage our health', published by the Sunday Mirror on 30 October 2011.

(1108) Mr Steve Gillan (The Sun)

Mr Steve Gillan, General Secretary of the Prison Officers' Association, complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Thompsons Solicitors that the newspaper had published an article reporting on his annual benefits package which was inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1109)Mr Richard Barnbrook (Evening Standard)

Mr Richard Barnbrook complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the article had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1110)Mrs Laura McQueen (Daily Record)

Mrs Laura McQueen complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Mrs Jennifer Whyberd that an article headlined 'Two die in lorry, car and minibus pile-up', published in the Daily Record on 16 December 2011, had intruded into her grief in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1111)Ms Precious Douaihy (The Sun)

Ms Precious Douaihy complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Bhatt Murphy Solicitors that the newspaper had published an article reporting on her relationship with the late Mr Mark Duggan which intruded into her privacy in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice and intruded into her grief and shock in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1112)Mrs Anna Bruce-Hou (Daily Mail)

Mrs Anna Bruce-Hou complained to the PCC that the newspaper had inaccurately referred to Antoni Imiela as a 'serial killer' rather than a 'serial rapist' in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1113)Mr Nigel May (The Times)

Mr Nigel May complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which inaccurately reported that the National Union of Teachers was planning a strike in the middle of the examination period, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1114)Ms Karen Lindsay (Chat)

Ms Karen Lindsay complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 3 (Privacy) about a piece which featured a photograph of her for which no consent had been sought.

(1115)Miss Sally Preece (Daily Mail)

Miss Sally Preece complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a blog piece published by Mail Online was inaccurate in the claim that one per cent of the population were 'inclined' towards homosexuality and was discriminatory towards homosexual people.

(1116)Mr John Donovan (Metro)

Mr John Donovan complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) about a report which misleadingly stated that three quarters of male officers in the Metropolitan Police were overweight.

(1117)Lesley Archer  (The Echo (Southend))

Lesley Archer complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a report that her daughter's death was due to a drugs overdose when the cause of death was not established at the time of publication.

(1118)Ms Nicola Searle (South Wales Echo)

Ms Nicola Searle complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) that a report of inquest proceedings relating to her brother, Jamie, contained inaccurate and intrusive information.

(1119)Mr Liam Fairlie (North Devon Journal)

Mr Liam Fairlie complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of Mrs Jennifer Colenso that a report of her conviction on theft and fraud charges had inaccurately suggested that she had bought a Porsche and a catamaran with the proceeds of her criminal behaviour.

(1120)Mr Ronald Baird (Northampton Chronicle & Echo)

Mr Ronald Baird complained to the Press Complaints Commissions that the newspaper had published three articles that had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1121)Mr Ronald Baird (The Sun)

Mr Ronald Baird complained to the Press Complaints Commissions that the article had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1122)Mr Ronald Baird (Daily Mirror)

Mr Ronald Baird complained to the Press Complaints Commissions that the article had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1123)Mrs J A Wilkes (Falmouth Packet)

Mrs J A Wilkes complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on a 'manhunt' for her son which misleadingly implied that he was a 'gunman', in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code.

(1124)Ms Maureen Bonner (East Kilbride News)

Ms Maureen Bonner raised concerns under Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Code, after the newspaper reported a road traffic accident involving her aunt and uncle: the article included their home address.

(1125)Mr David Alasdair Ross (Press & Journal (Aberdeen))

Mr David Alasdair Ross complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the article had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1126)Mr Paul Brewster (The Independent)

Mr Paul Brewster complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the article, a comment piece by one of the newspaper's regular columnists, had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1127)A man (Daily Mail)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the Daily Mail had obtained material that intruded into his private life in a manner that breached Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 3 (Privacy), 4 (Harassment), and 10 (Clandestine devices and subterfuge) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1128)Cllr Andrew Powell (North Devon Journal)

Cllr Andrew Powell complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) about an article which reported on an argument at a Bideford Town Council meeting.

(1129)Mr Romano Pagliari (Daily Mail)

Mr Romano Pagliari complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an online article reporting the opinions of young British Muslims on honour' violence which was inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code.

(1130)A council (Best)

A council complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the magazine had identified two children, who were now in its care, by name in the context of their parent's deaths.

(1131)Mr Stephen Wren (Daily Mail)

Mr Stephen Wren complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) about an article, which claimed that Middlesbrough FC fans went on a rampage after a game against Ipswich FC was called off.

(1132)A man (The Sun)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's headline had inaccurately referred to the judges of the European Court of Human Rights as EU Judges in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Code.

(1133)Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust (Daily Mail)

Mrs Penny Venables on behalf of Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an online article reporting on training measures at the Trust contained inaccuracies and was misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code.

(1134)A woman (Clevedon People)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that her identification, contrary to her instructions, as the author of a letter published in the Clevedon People in early 2011 had intruded into her privacy in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy).

(1135)Ms Louise Pyne (Daily Mail)

Ms Louise Pyne complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a comment piece referring to the presenter Miriam O'Reilly being advised to consider having Botox for wrinkles, a remark which the complainant said had previously been misleadingly attributed to her in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code.

(1136)Jean-Pierre Bestel (Gravesend Reporter)

Jean-Pierre Bestel complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a court report regarding his conviction for mortgage fraud which contained errors in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1137)Mr Giovanni Di Stefano (Sunday Mail)

Mr Giovanni Di Stefano complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the article, which had reported on allegations made against him in a YouTube video, had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 2 (Right to reply) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1138)Mr Michael Speck (The Sunday Times)

Mr Michael Speck, on behalf of Leadbolt Plc., complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 2 (Opportunity to reply) about an article that contained a number of inaccuracies relating to the company's privacy policy for mobile phone users.

(1139)Peter Reynolds (Daily Mail)

Peter Reynolds, Leader of the political party Cannabis Law Reform (CLEAR), complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article that contained a number of inaccuracies relating to cannabis.

(1140)A man (WalesOnline)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a historical online article documented the opening of his trial for an alleged drugs offence but failed to report that he was later released with no charges brought.

(1141)A man (Sunday Mail)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccurate and misleading report of a court case.

(1142)Mr Adam Wood (Daily Mail)

Mr Adam Wood complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Code that the newspaper had inaccurately stated that Methoxetamine was 'actually used to feed plants'.

(1143)Croydon Council (The Daily Telegraph)

Croydon Council complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a misleading article, which claimed that some rowan trees had been removed from a sheltered accommodation block by the council as a result of one complaint that the berries were a slip risk.

(1144)Croydon Council (Croydon Guardian)

Croydon Council complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had misrepresented a cut to the council's funding of its Family Justice Centre.

(1145)Mr Jem Aldridge (The Hunts Post)

Mr Jem Aldridge, on behalf of Autogas Ltd, complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Code. The complainant was of the view that newspaper had published misleading information in associating a photograph taken of an Autogas liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) tank involved in a car accident, with the comments raised in the article. In particular Autogas considered that a reasonable person reading the article could be misled as to the health and safety compliance of the company.

(1146)Mr Carl Waring (Daily Mail)

Mr Carl Waring complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the article, which had reported on redundancy payments for BBC staff, had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1147)A woman (The Argus (Brighton))

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) about an article which had implied that she had complained about the noise produced by a neighbour.

(1148)Mr Julian Assange (The Independent)

Mr Julian Assange complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) about a review of the biographical play Man in The Middle', in which it was stated that rape charges' had been made against him.

(1149)Mr Julian Assange (Daily Mail)

Mr Julian Assange complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) about a review of the biographical play Man in The Middle', in which it was stated that the complainant was fighting rape charges'.

(1150)Mr Mark Gunter (Guernsey Press & Star)

Mr Mark Gunter complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) about an inaccurate reference to his previous conviction for possession of indecent images.

(1151)Mr Leonard Kernott (Daily Mail)

Mr Leonard Kernott complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the article, a report on a court case to which he had been a party, had breached Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1152)Mr Ray Pooley (Daily Mail)

Mr Ray Pooley complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had amended his comment without his consent.

(1153)UK Fibromyalgia (The Sun)

The Press Complaints Commission received 164 complaints from individuals who were concerned that the newspaper had published a comment piece that made a number of inaccurate assertions about medical conditions such as ME and fibromyalgia in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code.

(1154)ME Association (The Sun)

The Press Complaints Commission received 164 complaints from individuals who were concerned that the newspaper had published a comment piece that made a number of inaccurate assertions about medical conditions such as ME and fibromyalgia in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code.

(1155)Mr Peter Reynolds (Northamptonshire Evening Telegraph)

Mr Peter Reynolds, leader of Cannabis Law Reform (CLEAR), complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) about an article which contained a statement from Northamptonshire Police that warned that the odour of cannabis plants had carcinogenic properties.

(1156)A woman (East Riding Mail)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had identified her eight year-old son as a victim of violence at the hands of a young offender and had published their address.

(1157)Peter Reynolds (Daily Mail)

Peter Reynolds, Leader of the political party Cannabis Law Reform (CLEAR), complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an online article which contained a number of inaccuracies relating to cannabis in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1158)A man (Huddersfield Daily Examiner)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on an accusation of a sexual offence against him but had not made clear that he had not been found guilty, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code.

(1159)Mr Smith on behalf of Gaoh Energy Ltd (Tamworth Herald)

Mr Smith, on behalf of Gaoh Energy Ltd, complained to the PCC that the newspaper had published an article in breach of Clause 1 Accuracy) of the Code: the company did not have plans to install a wind turbine, rather it planned to install a meteorological wind monitoring mast.

(1160)Mr Patrick McCadden (Sunday Mail)

Mr Patrick McCadden complained that the article had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1161)A woman (North Devon Journal)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) about a photograph published alongside an article reporting that Complete Quality Care Ltd had been announced as a winner of the North Devon Journal local business accelerators (LBA) scheme.

(1162)A woman (Western Daily Press)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) about a report of an inquest into the death of her brother-in-law.

(1163)Dr Jane Collins and Great Ormond Street Hospital NHS Trust (Daily Mail)

Dr Jane Collins, chief executive of Great Ormond Street Hospital, and Great Ormond Street Hospital NHS Trust complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Farrer & Co LLP that the newspaper had published an article reporting allegations of a cover up' by the hospital in respect of the Baby P inquiry which was inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code.

(1164)Theresa Avery (Daily Mail)

Theresa Avery complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published images of her child (taken from a social networking website) without her consent in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1165)Mrs Anna Rackett (The Sun)

Mrs Anna Rackett complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's reference to Auschwitz as a 'Polish camp' was inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1166)Mr Peter Reynolds (The Mail on Sunday)

Mr Peter Reynolds complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a comment piece reporting on the alleged link between the use of cannabis and mental illness which contained inaccuracies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1167) Samaritans, Mind, Rethink Mental Illness, Sane and PAPYRUS Prevention of Young Suicide  (The Sun)

Samaritans, Mind, Rethink Mental Illness, Sane and PAPYRUS Prevention of Young Suicide complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a comment article that breached the terms of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1168)Mr Adam Stephens (Daily Mail)

Mr Adam Stephens complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article, which reported a dog attack on policeman, had inaccurately referred to the dog as a Staffordshire Bull Terrier.

(1169)Mr Peter Reynolds (Harborough Mail)

Mr Peter Reynolds, leader of Cannabis Law Reform (CLEAR), complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) about an article which contained a statement from Northamptonshire Police that warned that the odour of cannabis plants had carcinogenic properties.

(1170)Mrs Drene Brown (Scunthorpe Telegraph)

Mrs Drene Brown complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article on her receipt of a national bridge prize that contained errors in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code.

(1171)A woman (Hastings and St Leonards Observer)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had incorrectly published her address as that of a convicted criminal in a court report in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1172)Tracey Soares (Daily Mail)

Tracey Soares complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article about a letter her daughter had written to Father Christmas that misquoted her in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1173)Geoff Hoskins (The Daily Telegraph)

Geoff Hoskins complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a report of his brother's death that was both inaccurate and insensitive at a time of grief in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1174)Mr Bob Sayers (Gloucestershire Echo)

Mr Bob Sayers complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) about an article reporting on the serious recent flooding in Australia.

(1175)NHS South West London (Daily Mirror)

Mr Rory Hegarty, Communications Lead for the Better Services Better Value review, complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) about an article which reported that secret notes' had revealed cuts of 370million a year spread across four NHS hospital trusts.

(1176)Nasrollah Mansouri (Birmingham Mail)

Nasrollah Mansouri complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had wrongly identified his business as belonging to a man who had been convicted for dealing drugs in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code.

(1177)A woman (Sunday Life)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 3 (Privacy) that an article on the prevalence of prostitution in rural areas of Northern Ireland had identified her location, despite the newspaper having previously (and as a result of a PCC complaint) undertaken that - owing to her specific security concerns - it would seek not to reveal her location.

(1178)Theresa Avery (The People)

Theresa Avery complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published images of her child (taken from a social networking website) without her consent in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1179)Ms Sharen Green (Jewish Chronicle)

Ms Sharen Green complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the article, a comment piece by Geoffrey Alderman on an inter-faith study day held in Dorset, had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1180)Mrs Lyn-Marie Cunliffe (Daily Mail)

Mrs Lyn-Marie Cunliffe complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article based on an interview with her - which had been provided by an agency - on its website which included a significant number of inaccuracies.

(1181)A man (Evening Times (Glasgow))

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Sling your hookah!' published in the Glasgow Evening Times intruded into his privacy in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1182)Mr Mohamed Huzair (The Independent)

Mr Mohamed Huzair complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about an article which reported on concerns that the UK Government might be about to sanction the development of nerve agents for British police'.

(1183)Mrs Jagdish Strachan, on behalf of Mrs Harpajan Singh (Hounslow Chronicle)

Mrs Jagdish Strachan, on behalf of Mrs Harpajan Singh, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting a house fire at Mrs Singh's property in Hounslow had breached various clauses of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1184)Mr David Thomas (Falmouth Packet)

Mr David Thomas complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting on the controversy surrounding the dredging of the entrance to Falmouth's Channel had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1185)A man (Daily Record)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which included details of his medical information in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1186)Mr John Andrews (Grantham Journal)

Mr John Andrews complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about the manner in which his letter - in which he set out his view on proposals to create a Grantham by-pass - had been edited for publication.

(1187)A man (Oban Times)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 7 (Children in sex cases) and 11 (Victims of sexual assault) that an article had included sufficient information to identify his 14-year-old daughter as the victim of a sexual assault.

(1188)Hope Animal Sanctuary (Daily Mail)

Hope Animal Sanctuary complained via their Attorney, Mr. Lalu Hanuman, to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an online article which inaccurately reported the amount of money raised by the charity at an auction, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code.

(1189)Mr Julian Assange (The Sun)

Mr Julian Assange complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about a claim appearing in an article which reported on his ongoing legal proceedings.

(1190)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the article, reporting on a study commissioned by ten Conservative MPs on the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR), had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1191)Mr Julian Assange (Daily Mail)

Mr Julian Assange complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice about claims appearing in various articles.

(1192)Jonathan Crass (Cambridge Tab)

Jonathan Crass complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which contained a number of errors regarding plumbing problems experienced at St Edmund's College, Cambridge University in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy).

(1193)Mr Phillip Scofield (Best)

Mr Phillip Schofield complained, through Ben Webster, Head of Entertainment Programme Publicity at ITV, to the Press Complaints Commission that the magazine had incorrectly claimed his relationship with Christine Bleakley, his co-presenter on Dancing on Ice, was tense.

(1194)Mr Craig Whittaker MP (Halifax Evening Courier)

Mr Craig Whittaker MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a misleading article.

(1195)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published photographs of her that intruded into her private life.

(1196)A man (Daily Mail)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had intruded into his grief and his privacy by publishing an article following his mother's death, which named her and included photographs of their house.

(1197)Mr Nathan Roberts (Daily Mail)

Mr Nathan Roberts complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the article had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 2 (Opportunity to reply) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1198)Mr Andrew Morgan (The Sun)

Mr Andrew Morgan complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting on Burns Night inaccurately reported that the poet Robert Burns lived and worked in the West Indies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code.

(1199)A woman (Daily Mirror)

A woman complained to the PCC that an article published in the Daily Mirror on 4 January 2011 headlined 'Partners in hate' had identified her child in circumstances that raised breaches of Clause 6 (Children) and Clause 9 (Reporting of crime) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1200)Mr Philip Bovey (The Independent)

Mr Philip Bovey complained on behalf of Jane Stokes to the Press Complaints Commission over the description of John Prescott as 'the Aphasic Mouth of the Humber'.

(1201)Mr Nic Bullough (Southern Daily Echo)

Mr Nic Bullough complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the article, which had reported on court proceedings against his partner, had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1202)Mr Freddie Wright (Daily Mail)

Mr Freddie Wright complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the article, which had reported on a survey of social attitudes toward gay marriage and adoption, had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1203)Dr John Glasspool (The Daily Telegraph)

Dr John Glasspool complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting on GPs' salaries was inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1204)The Scottish Refugee Council (Scottish Daily Mail)

The Scottish Refugee Council complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had incorrectly reported that over 5 million had been spent on 'last-ditch legal bids' (judicial reviews) by asylum seekers to stay in Scotland.

(1205)Ms Lucy Buckingham (Southport Visiter)

Ms Lucy Buckingham, on behalf of a family member, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which identified a child in the process of reporting a physical assault, despite the existence of reporting restrictions, in breach of Clause 6 (i) (Children), and Clause 9 (Reporting of Crime) of the Editors Code.

(1206)South Lanarkshire Council (Lanark Gazette)

South Lanarkshire Council complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) in relation to an article which discussed an anonymous whistleblower's' concerns about the safety and education of pupils at Lanark Primary Nursery at a time when - owing to the development of the primary school campus - they would be based in a Portacabin on an unspecified site in Lanark.

(1207)A woman (The Scotsman)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission through her legal representatives, Robertson & Ross, that an article had identified her and her children in breach of Clause 6 (Children) and Clause 9 (Reporting of Crime) of the Editors' Code.

(1208)Cameron Butland (Westmorland Gazette)

Cameron Butland, Chair of Governors at Grasmere CE VA School, complained that the newspaper had published an article about the school, its management and teachers' pay that contained a number of factual errors in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code.

(1209)Mr Joe Hughes (The Sun)

Mr Joe Hughes complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had incorrectly claimed that a still from a video, showing a man tumbling across a room on a rocking boat, depicted a scene from the Costa Concordia.

(1210)Mrs Patricia Woodcock (Selby Times)

Mrs Patricia Woodcock on behalf of the family of Dr Andrew Stanford complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on the death of Dr Stanford which intruded into the family's grief and shock in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code.

(1211)A woman (The Sunday Times)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) about a photograph of her and 4 friends which the newspaper had used to illustrate a feature on alcohol abuse.

(1212)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had two articles about benefit claims that contained errors in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code.

(1213)Mr Simon Plosker (Financial Times)

Mr Simon Plosker complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's rendering of a statement made by Hamas was misleading.

(1214)Christine Grahame MSP (Scottish Daily Mail)

Christine Grahame MSP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccuracies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1215)Mr Julian Assange (The Observer)

Mr Julian Assange complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) about a review of Julian Assange: The Unauthorised Autobiography'.

(1216)Mrs Christine Hemming (Sunday Mercury)

Mrs Christine Hemming complained that the newspaper had incorrectly claimed she had stated in court that her husband had had 26 mistresses and that she had left her husband in 1997 to pursue a relationship with a former university friend.

(1217)Mrs Carol Mlatem (South Wales Argus)

Mrs Carol Mlatem complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1218)Ms Pamela Fenton (Sunday Mail)

Ms Pamela Fenton complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article, reporting on her employment at West Glasgow Community Health & Care Partnership that had been inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1219)Mr Peter Mendham  (East Anglian Daily Times)

Mr Peter Mendham complained that the newspapers had incorrectly stated that he had been recalled to prison for attempting to contact and harass the woman he had previously been convicted of attacking.

(1220)Mr Peter Mendham (Eastern Daily Press)

Mr Peter Mendham complained that the newspapers had incorrectly stated that he had been recalled to prison for attempting to contact and harass the woman he had previously been convicted of attacking.

(1221)Jennie Kermode (The Spectator)

Jennie Kermode complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the magazine had published an opinion piece which contained an inaccurate description of intersex people in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code.

(1222)Mickey Bradshaw (Selby Times)

Mr Mickey Bradshaw on behalf of Mickeys Amateur Boxing Club complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on an incident at a boxing show which was misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code.

(1223)Miss Charlene Franklin (Birmingham Mail)

Miss Charlene Franklin complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) that an article which claimed that she had tried to kill herself over an electric bill'.

(1224)Mr Kenneth Basquil (Reading Evening Post)

Mr Kenneth Basquil complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) about the newspaper's coverage of his trial following allegations of sexual assault.

(1225)Mr Dale Hardie (Scottish Mail on Sunday)

Mr Dale Hardie complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had incorrectly implied that public sector workers in Scotland were awarded the St Andrew's Day holiday as an additional paid holiday.

(1226)East Staffordshire Borough Council (Burton Mail)

East Staffordshire Borough Council complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had misleadingly reported that an outstanding bill, which the council had decided to write off, was for unpaid council tax. The article did not make sufficiently clear that the bill was for unpaid business rates rather than Council Tax.

(1227)Mr Sammy Wilson MP MLA (Irish News)

Mr Sammy Wilson MP MLA complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) about an article which claimed that he had rejected plans for an MTV awards party at the Stormont Estate.

(1228)Sam O'Regan (Bath Chronicle)

Sam O'Regan complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had misreported his brother's cause of death and, in doing so, had intruded into his family's grief.

(1229)Mr Samuel Munro (Daily Mail)

Mr Samuel Munro complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the article, reporting on the Laacher See volcano in Germany, had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1230)A man (Croydon Advertiser)

A man complained about two articles which reported that he had avoided a prison sentence despite having 4,000 indecent images on his computer.

(1231)Diane Connell (The Guardian)

Author Diane Connell complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) about a review of her book Sherry Cracker Gets Normal' which appeared on the newspaper's website.

(1232)IPCC and the Metropolitan Police (The Guardian)

The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) and the Metropolitan Police Service complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Revealed: man whose shooting triggered riots was not armed; Mark Duggan investigation finds he was not carrying gun when killed in Tottenham', published in The Guardian on 19 November 2011, was misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1233)Mr John Jack  (The Herald (Glasgow))

Mr John Jack, a property conservation employee for Edinburgh City Council, complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) about an article which reported that he was being investigated after it was claimed he was running a building firm' offering to take on statutory repairs notice work.

(1234)Mr John Jack (Edinburgh Evening News)

Mr John Jack, a property conservation employee for Edinburgh City Council, complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) about an article which reported that he was under investigation after it emerged that he was running a building firm', offering to take on statutory repairs notice work.

(1235)Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou (The Daily Telegraph)

Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Stelios backs down as 71m jets in', published in The Daily Telegraph on 24 September 2011, made irrelevant and discriminatory reference to his race in breach of Clause 12 (Discrimination) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1236)Mr Ron Henry (The Sun)

Mr Ron Henry, Mayor of Gila Bend, Arizona, complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article in which he was reported as having warned Prince Harry - who was then on a military posting to the town - that some dads wouldn't take too kindly to him fornicating the night away'.

(1237)Mrs Margaret Connor (Sunday Mercury)

Mrs Margaret Connor complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on the death of Mr Francis Haydock which was insensitive in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code.

(1238)Mrs Margaret Connor (Birmingham Mail)

Mrs Margaret Connor complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on the death of Mr Francis Haydock which was insensitive in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code.

(1239)The Met Office (The Daily Telegraph)

The Met Office complained to the Press Complaints Commission via Burges Salmon solicitors about an article which claimed that the Met Office's apparent inability to predict the weather had become something of a national joke'.

(1240)Mr Nick Mann (Sunday Mirror)

Mr Nick Mann from the Association of Train Operating Companies complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published various inaccuracies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Code.

(1241)Ms Amy Collinson (East Grinstead Courier & Observer)

Ms Amy Collinson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the article had breached Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief and shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1242)Miss Jane Fae (The Daily Telegraph)

Miss Jane Fae complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately reported that a gender reassignment surgery had cost 60,000.

(1243)Miss Jane Fae (Sittingbourne Messenger)

Miss Jane Fae complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately reported that a gender reassignment surgery had cost 45,000.

(1244)Ms Lillian White (Liverpool Echo)

Ms Lillian White complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the article had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1245)Tracey Soares (Metro)

Tracey Soares complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article about a letter her daughter had written to Father Christmas that misquoted her.

(1246)Mr John Fennell (Scunthorpe Evening Telegraph)

Mr John Fennell complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the article had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice. The complainant considered the article had given readers the misleading impression that a consultation period on plans to restore a local church had already expired. The article had wrongly stated that the decision on the restoration had already been made.

(1247)Mr Steve Headland (Hitchin Comet)

Mr Steve Headland from Cheshire complained to the Press Complaints Commission about readers' comments which had been posted beneath Family Notices paying tribute to his brother, Chris Headland.

(1248)Miss Heather Doran (Daily Mail)

Miss Heather Doran complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the article had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1249)Mr Richard Ottaway MP (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Richard Ottaway MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting on his advice to a constituent regarding methods of transport for taking his daughter to school was misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code.

(1250)Ms Louise Douglas (Blackpool Gazette)

Ms Louise Douglas of housing agency, Regenda, complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which reported a tenant's claim that she had found slug's in her son's room.

(1251)Ms Abigail Austen (Scottish Sun)

Ms Abigail Austen from Glasgow complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article that was intrusive and contained a number of inaccuracies.

(1252)A woman (The Mail on Sunday)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which intruded into her private and family life and the private lives of her children.

(1253)British Association of Social Workers (Community Care)

Mr Hilton Dawson on behalf of the British Association of Social Workers (BASW) complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccurate, misleading and distorted account of the proceedings of the Education Select Committee held on 8 November 2011 because it had elevated the remarks of one of the witnesses and had overlooked questions asked by MPs.

(1254)Mr Aiden Earley (The Mail on Sunday)

Mr Aidan Earley complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article concerning Rangers Football Club contained inaccuracies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Code.

(1255)Mr Sammy Wilson MP MLA (Press Association)

Mr Sammy Wilson MP MLA complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article that inaccurately claimed that he had rejected plans for an MTV awards party at the Stormont Estate.

(1256)Mr Sammy Wilson MP MLA (Belfast Telegraph)

Mr Sammy Wilson MP MLA complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which inaccurately claimed that he had rejected plans for an MTV awards party at the Stormont Estate.

(1257)A married couple (Wetherby News)

A married couple complained to the Press Complaints Commission under the terms of Clause 3 (Privacy) about an article revealing the timing of a family holiday; their home had been burgled following publication.

(1258)A man (The Sun)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission about a published interview he had given, in which he shared his experience of having been forced into slave labour.

(1259)Richard Baker (Milton Keynes Citizen)

Mr Richard Baker complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had incorrectly claimed: that he had been freed from prison; that he put Rohypnol in women's drinks; that he had committed sexual offences in Spain; and that the Spanish police had investigated reports of rape against him.

(1260)Mrs Leigh Blows (The Northern Echo)

Mrs Leigh Blows complained to the Press Complaints Commission that two articles published by The Northern Echo had intruded into his grief and shock in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice: the first, headlined 'Lucky escape as glider crashes into field', had been published on the newspaper's website on 4 July 2011; the second, headlined 'Crash pilot trapped for hour and a half', had appeared in print and online on 5 July 2011.

(1261)A woman (Daily Mirror)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had identified her as a relative of an individual accused of a crime in circumstances that breached Clause 9 (Reporting of Crime) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1262)Nathaniel Rothschild (The Observer)

Nathaniel Rothschild complained to the Press Complaints Commission via Schillings solicitors that the newspaper had published inaccurate information about him, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy), in a profile of the Rt Hon George Osborne MP.

(1263)Rod Hemley (Herald & Post (Luton))

Rod Hemley complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'L&D pervert' is found dead', published on 28 September 2011 in the Herald & Post (Luton), intruded into his grief in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1264)A man (Grimsby Evening Telegraph)

A man on behalf of Dr Dinabandhu Sarkar complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on Dr Sarkar's General Medical Council hearing which was inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code.

(1265)A woman (Hinckley Times)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccuracies regarding the extent of the support a particular child received at school.

(1266)Ellen Yianni (Daily Mail)

Ellen Yianni complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article regarding the protests at Dale Farm which quoted a woman as she was overheard by a reporter.

(1267)Nathalie Dye (Daily Mail)

Nathalie Dye complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate and insensitive information in several articles on its website about her late husband, Michael Dye, shortly after his death, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1268)Nathalie Dye (The Sun)

Nathalie Dye complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate and insensitive information about her late husband, Michael Dye, shortly after his death, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1269)A woman (Daily Record)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had made use of a tribute she had posted in a Facebook group following the death of her friend, despite her having earlier refused a reporter's request for comment on the matter.

(1270)Dr Thomas Reichhelm (The Daily Telegraph)

Dr Thomas Reichhelm complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on doctors' salaries which inaccurately alleged that he had links to the pharmaceutical industry.

(1271)Mr Alan Shannon (The Herald (Glasgow))

Mr Alan Shannon complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on a Fatal Accidents and Sudden Deaths Inquiry (FAI) which contained inaccuracies and was misleading.

(1272)Ms Margaret Deighan (East Kilbride News)

Ms Margaret Deighan complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article had inaccurately reported that her son, Andrew Deighan, was currently on bail pending court proceedings against him.

(1273)Stephanie Bellemere (Sunday Mirror)

Stephanie Bellemere complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published intrusive and inaccurate material about her in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code.

(1274)Stephanie Bellemere (Daily Mail)

Stephanie Bellemere complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published intrusive and inaccurate material about her in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code.

(1275)Peter Lennon (Evening Gazette)

Peter Lennon complained to the Press Complaints Commission that it was not clear from the newspaper's online coverage of his employment tribunal that he was successful in his claim against his employers and was found to have been unfairly dismissed.

(1276)Councillor Steffi Sutters (Wandsworth Guardian)

Councillor Steffi Sutters complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on a planning application she and her husband had made which attributed a statement to her which she did not make in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code.

(1277)Mr Gervase Duffield (The Independent)

Mr Gervase Duffield complained that an obituary referred to him as the 'late Gervase Duffield'.

(1278)Ms Hayley Quinn (Daily Mail)

Ms Hayley Quinn, a professional dating expert from London, complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article reporting that, despite helping thousands of men to seduce women, she could not find a boyfriend'.

(1279)Mr Alex Scott (The Times)

Mr Alex Scott complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting on a death included a picture of him with a caption that inaccurately identified him as the deceased's son, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Code.

(1280)Mr Alex Scott and Mr James Elliott (The Sun)

Mr Alex Scott and Mr James Elliott complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting on a death included a picture of them with a caption that inaccurately identified them as the deceased's son, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Code.

(1281)Mrs Jane Clarke (Northwich Guardian)

Mrs Jane Clarke from Cheshire complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which reported on the death of her cousin.

(1282)Mr Peter Vince-Lindsay (Daily Mail)

Mr Peter Vince-Lindsay complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting on his Employment Tribunal claim contained inaccuracies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Code.

(1283)Mr & Mrs O'Neill through Karen Muir (Evening Standard)

Mr & Mrs O'Neill complained to the Press Complaints Commission through their representative, Karen Muir, that an article reporting on the death of their daughter, Megan, contained intrusive and inaccurate information.

(1284)Ms Abigail Austen (Daily Record)

Ms Abigail Austen from Glasgow complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which was intrusive and contained a number of inaccuracies.

(1285)Mr Alan Shannon (Cumnock Chronicle)

Mr Alan Shannon complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on a Fatal Accidents and Sudden Deaths Inquiry (FAI) which contained inaccuracies and was misleading.

(1286)Vikki Little (Cheddar Valley Gazette)

Vikki Little of Feisty Consultancy complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article about the relocation of an amateur football club which contained a number of errors relating to her company.

(1287)Sally Low (The Independent)

Sally Low of Low Associates Ltd complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had wrongly listed her company as a 'lobbyist' group representing the British Chambers of Commerce.

(1288)Mr Syed Ahmad (Daily Mail)

Mr Syed Ahmad complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published misleading information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Code.

(1289)Mr Colin Philip (Daily Mail)
(1290)David Bret (The Sun)

David Bret complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had wrongly reported that he had accused the McCanns of being involved in their own child's abduction.

(1291)Mr Damien Collis (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Damien Collis complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published misleading information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Code.

(1292) Mr Peter Reynolds (Lancashire Telegraph)

Mr Peter Reynolds, leader of CLEAR, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which reported on an undercover police raid contained comment from a police officer in which she claimed that the operation had highlighted how close the link was between serious acquisitive crime and the use and supply of illegal drugs'.

(1293)Karen Birch (Oldham Evening Chronicle)

Karen Birch complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inquest report into the death of her son which contained a number of inaccuracies.

(1294)Jemima Khan (Daily Mail)

Jemima Khan complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of the family of the late Sir James Goldsmith that the newspaper had published serious inaccuracies about Sir James in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1295)Miss Catherine Lemon (Western Daily Press)

Miss Catherine Lemon complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a number of inaccuracies in its report of the inquest into her son's accidental death.

(1296)A woman (The People)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 3 (Privacy), Clause 6 (Children), and Clause 9 (Reporting of crime) of the Editors' Code of Practice in referring to the details of a court case in relation to an incident in which she had been the victim of an assault.

(1297)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 3 (Privacy), Clause 6 (Children), and Clause 9 (Reporting of crime) of the Editors' Code of Practice in referring to the details of a court case in relation to an incident in which she had been the victim of an assault.

(1298)Mr Alan Shannon (Ayr Advertiser)

Mr Alan Shannon complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on a Fatal Accidents and Sudden Deaths Inquiry (FAI) which contained inaccuracies and was misleading.

(1299)Mr Alan Shannon (Sunday Mail)

Mr Alan Shannon complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on a Fatal Accidents and Sudden Deaths Inquiry (FAI) which contained inaccuracies and was misleading.

(1300)Dr Esther Hobson (The Star (Sheffield))

Dr Esther Hobson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately reported that doctors would be amongst those striking during union action on 30 November 2011.

(1301)A woman (Merthyr Express)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission, via solicitors, that the newspaper had published an article identifying her daughter without the appropriate consent as a child who had made a personal injury claim against her school.

(1302)Dr Stephen Marsh-Smith (Trout & Salmon)

Dr Stephen Marsh-Smith of the Wye and Usk Foundation complained that the article included a number of inaccuracies in its river report on the River Wye.

(1303)Adam Corlett (Daily Mail)

Mr Adam Corlett complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had incorrectly stated in an online article that the Liberal Democrats had voted to legalise cannabis and decriminalise all other personal drug use at their conference.

(1304)Sir Suart Bell MP (Daily Mail)

Sir Stuart Bell MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy).

(1305)The Rt Hon Alex Salmond MSP (Daily Record)

The Rt Hon Alex Salmond MSP complained to the Press Complaints Commission via Francis Gill & Co solicitors that the newspaper had published misleading information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy).

(1306)Mrs Tracy Woodward (Daily Mail)

Mrs Tracy Woodward complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article about her family - and specifically her sons' haemophilia - contained a number of inaccuracies and misleading statements.

(1307)Ms Cheryl Cole (The People)

Ms Cheryl Cole complained to the Press Complaints Commission (through her representatives, Supersonic PR) that an article had referred misleadingly to her 1.5m comeback deal to ITV.

(1308)Mr Jonathon Pickford (Daily Mail)

Mr Jonathon Pickford complained that the newspaper had published a number of inaccuracies about the Motability scheme.

(1309)Dr Keith Lomax (Daily Mail)

Dr Keith Lomax, a managing partner of the law firm Davies Gore Lomax, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an online-only article misquoted his comments on the extent of the law firm's legal aid funded work.

(1310)Sarfraz Khan (Daily Mirror)

Sarfraz Khan complained to the Press Complaints Commission, via a representative, that the newspaper had published an online court report detailing his conviction for driving a bus under the influence of drugs but had failed to publish an article making clear that he has successfully appealed the decision and was acquitted of any wrongdoing.

(1311)Sarfraz Khan (Evening Standard)

Sarfraz Khan complained to the Press Complaints Commission, via a representative, that the newspaper had published an online court report detailing his conviction for driving a bus under the influence of drugs but had failed to publish an article making clear that he has successfully appealed the decision and was acquitted of any wrongdoing.

(1312)Christian Hunt (Daily Mail)

Christian Hunt of Carbon Brief complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information about the cost to consumers of 'green taxes', in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1313)Ms Sarah Konchesky (Daily Mail)

Ms Sarah Konchesky complained that the newspaper incorrectly stated in an online article that she was married to Paul Terry, from whom she had in fact been divorced for four years.

(1314)A man (Harrogate Advertiser)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccurate headline to his letter, which would mislead readers as to his position.

(1315)Mr Craig Pearson (The People)

Mr Craig Pearson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which discussed his childhood friendship with Chelsea FC manager, Andre Villas-Boas, attributed to him a number of quotes which he denied having said.

(1316)Mr Craig Pearson (Sunday Sun)

Mr Craig Pearson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which discussed his childhood friendship with Chelsea FC manager, Andre Villas-Boas, attributed to him a number of quotes which he denied having said.

(1317)Mr Peter Southgate (Wanstead & Woodford Guardian)

Mr Peter Southgate, owner of the Vault Bar in Woodford Green, complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which reported that an application for planning permission to stay open beyond 11pm on weekends had been rejected.

(1318)Ms Michaella OBoyle (Irish News)

Ms Michaella O'Boyle of Magherafelt complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which reported that a GCSE textbook had effectively described hurling as a foreign sport.

(1319)Mrs Lucy Hedden (Wimbledon Guardian)

Mrs Lucy Hedden of Mitcham complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which reported that community service workers had been used as manual labourers to help repair a private driveway.

(1320)Mrs Carol Butterworth (Blackpool Gazette)

Mrs Carol Butterworth complained to the Press Complaints Commission about the newspaper's coverage of her son Andrew Kendrick, who had recently passed away.

(1321)Mr Ron Henry (Daily Mail)

Mr Ron Henry, Mayor of Gila Bend, Arizona, complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article in which he was reported as having warned Prince Harry - who was then on a military posting to the town - not to fornicate the night away'.

(1322)A man (Scottish Sun)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission about a series of articles which reported that he was facing dismissal from the police force after claims that he had romped with a woman at his police station'.

(1323)Mr Ian Donald (Scottish Sun)

Mr Ian Donald of Stirling complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which reported that he had been suspended from his position at Glenochil Prison over claims he used the CCTV system to ogle a female colleague's bum'.

(1324)A woman (The Sun)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which reported on the murder of her son - a convicted criminal - contained inaccurate information and had unnecessarily identified her.

(1325)Mrs Anita Flint (The Argus (Brighton))

Mrs Anita Flint complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an inquest report into the death of her son, Ashley Emin, contained a number of inaccuracies.

(1326)Cllr John Moore (North Devon Journal)

Cllr John Moore of North Devon complained to the Press Complaints Commission about the manner in which the newspaper had sought comment from him prior to publication of an article.

(1327)HRH The Duke of York  (Sunday Mirror)

HRH The Duke of York complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which reported on his holiday to Corsica contained inaccuracies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and included photographs of him in a place where he had a reasonable expectation of privacy in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code.

(1328)Ms Louise Mensch MP (The Sunday Times)

Ms Louise Mensch, MP for Corby and East Northamptonshire, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an interview with her - and an associated news item - contained inaccuracies.

(1329)Ms Louise Mensch MP (Daily Mail)

Louise Mensch, MP for Corby and East Northamptonshire, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an online article, reporting comments she had made to another newspaper, was inaccurate when it claimed that she had said that taking drugs was a 'natural part of growing up'.

(1330)Full Fact (Daily Mail)

Mr Patrick Casey on behalf of Full Fact complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the headline of an article reporting on foreign-born workers in Britain's workforce misleadingly stated that 'foreign workers took three in four new jobs in Britain in the last year'.

(1331)Mr Elliot Morley (Sunday Mirror)

Mr Elliot Morley, the former MP, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which claimed that he had 'landed the cushiest job in jail' contained inaccuracies.

(1332)Mr Maurice Allen (Sunderland Echo)

Mr Maurice Allen complained that an article reporting on his resignation as a police officer contained inaccuracies and was misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code.

(1333)Ms Bethan Davies (Daily Mail)

Ms Bethan Davies complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a number of inaccuracies in regard to an interview she had done with the journalist.

(1334)Peter Reynolds (Daily Mail)

Peter Reynolds, leader of the political party Cannabis Law Reform (CLEAR), complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an online-only article which wrongly reported that smoking cannabis has been found to be a major cause of psychotic illness.

(1335)Mr Simon Oxenham (The Independent)

Mr Simon Oxenham complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper contained a number of inaccuracies about the drug 'Mano 10'.

(1336)Mr Simon Oxenham (Metro)

Mr Simon Oxenham complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper contained a number of inaccuracies about the drug 'Mano 10'.

(1337)John Hemming MP (The Guardian)

John Hemming MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article that contained a number of inaccuracies regarding his personal relationships.

(1338)John Hemming MP (The Observer)

John Hemming MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article that contained a number of inaccuracies regarding his personal relationships.

(1339)The family of Mark Duggan (Daily Mail)

The family of Mark Duggan complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Birnberg Peirce and Partners solicitors that the newspaper had published inaccurate information on its website in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1340)Sarah Reid (Midlothian Advertiser)

Sarah Reid complained that the newspaper had published inaccurate coverage regarding the alleged financial difficulties faced by a charity based in Dalkeith, Scotland.

(1341)Mr Grant McNee (Daily Record)

Mr Grant McNee complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting allegations made against him by various women contained inaccuracies, intruded into his private life and set out the women's admissions that, without his permission,they had looked at emails on his computer.

(1342)Full Fact  (The Sun)

Full Fact complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code.

(1343)Jonathan Portes (Daily Mail)

Jonathan Portes, Director of the National Institute of Economic & Social Research, complained to the Press Complaints Commission under the terms of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code that the newspaper had published an inaccurate claim that he was 'loosely linked' to the Labour party.

(1344)Christian Hunt  (The Mail on Sunday)

Christian Hunt of Carbon Brief complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccuracy on two occasions in relation to Ofgem estimates of the proportion of energy bills that is attributable to 'green taxes'.

(1345)Alex Neil MSP (Scottish Sun)

Alex Neil MSP complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of a constituent that two articles published in the Scottish Sun in September 2011 had intruded into her son's time at school in breach of Clause 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1346)Simon Oxenham (Hull Daily Mail)

Mr Simon Oxenham complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper contained a number of inaccuracies about the drug 'Mano 10'.

(1347)Mrs Sandra Blunden (Daily Mirror)

Mrs Sandra Blunden complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had incorrectly claimed that her son's car was travelling at 100 mph.

(1348)Mr Stuart Pearson (Financial Times)

Mr Stuart Pearson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had incorrectly stated, in a headline, that he had been jailed for fraud.

(1349)Mr Ahmed Khashaba (Burnley Express)

Mr Ahmed Khashaba complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had included a number of inaccuracies in reporting his appeal hearing and that it had failed to publish the outcome of the appeal on its website.

(1350)Ivar Rush (Daily Mail)

Ivar Rush complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, in a comment article published on the newspaper's website.

(1351)Mr Lutfur Rahman (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Lutfur Rahman, Mayor of Tower Hamlets, complained to the PCC that two blog postings, headlined 'Lutfur Rahman councillor charged with fraud' and 'Lutfur Rahman: all his controversies in one place', published on The Daily Telegraph's website (telegraph.co.uk) on 13 April 2011 and 20 October 2011 respectively, were inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1352)Ms Holli Shelley (The Sun)

Holli Shelley complained to the PCC that the newspaper was continuing to publish a historical article on its website which, although accurate at the time, was - in her view - now inaccurate due to changed circumstances.

(1353)Mrs Sandra Blunden (Henley Standard)

Mrs Sandra Blunden complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a number of inaccuracies in its report of the inquest into her son's death.

(1354)Mr Alan Seymour (Daily Mail)

Alan Seymour complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published misleading information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1355)Mr James Shuttleworth (Daily Mail)

Mr James Shuttleworth complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had incorrectly claimed that Christmas had been 'renamed' Winterval in various places.

(1356)Full Fact  (The Independent)

Mr Patrick Casey of Full Fact complained to the PCC that the newspaper incorrectly claimed that there were 3,600 illegal Traveller sites across the country. He stated that this number in fact reflected the number of individual illegal caravans rather than sites.

(1357)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained to the PCC that the newspaper had published an inaccurate account of a counselling session she had given.

(1358)Bill Wiggin MP (Hereford Journal)

Bill Wiggin MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that two readers' letters on the subject of his expenses claims were inaccurate and misleading.

(1359)Information Affairs Authority of Bahrain (The Independent)

The Information Affairs Authority of Bahrain complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Carter-Ruck Solicitors of London that six articles reporting on events in Bahrain, published between February and June 2011, contained inaccuracies.

(1360)Mrs Kate Adams-Moor (The People)

Mrs Kate Adams-Moor complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article inaccurately stated that she blamed government cuts to the NHS for the loss of her son, Louis, who had been born prematurely.

(1361)Brent Council (Kilburn Times)

Mr James Diamond, Principal Communications Officer for Brent Council, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper included an inaccurate quote that 'half of the parents' had taken their children out of Brentford Primary School following discovery of asbestos in the building.

(1362)Mr Will Knock (Daily Mail)

Mr Will Knock complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which claimed that, according to findings from the Office of National Statistics, most Britons still opposed gay marriage', with only 45 per cent agreeing that homosexual marriage should be allowed throughout Europe'.

(1363)Press Complaints Commission v Daily Mail (Daily Mail)

Following complaints from members of the public, the Press Complaints Commission investigated whether an article headlined 'Guilty: Amanda Knox looks stunned as appeal against murder conviction is rejected', published on Mail Online on 3 October 2011, was inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1364)Miss Rachel Cowles (Daily Mail)

Miss Rachel Cowles complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting that the jury considering the charge that Levi Bellfield had attempted to abduct her had been discharged without reaching a verdict had included the inaccurate claim that the complainant had accused police of robbing her of justice.

(1365)Mr Elliot Morley (Yorkshire Post)

Mr Elliot Morley complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which reported that he had been attacked in jail - and had had a 3,000 Rolex stolen - was inaccurate and misleading.

(1366)Mr Michael Moss (Daily Mail)

Mr Michael Moss complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on victims of the Hillsborough tragedy which inaccurately implied that Mr Peter Burkett was the son of Mrs Ann Burkett.

(1367)Greenbelt Group Ltd (Sunday Post)

Mr John Beveridge of Greenbelt Group Ltd complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which reported on a court case brought by factoring company, Greenhome Property Management Ltd, against tenants who were withholding payment.

(1368)Kenneth Noye (The Sun)

Kenneth Noye complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article was inaccurate when it claimed that a stepson of his had been arrested as a suspected looter.

(1369)Mr Elliot Morley (The Sun)

Mr Elliot Morley complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which reported that he had been attacked in jail - and had had a 3,000 Rolex stolen - was inaccurate and misleading.

(1370)Mr Elliot Morley (The Mail on Sunday)

Mr Elliot Morley complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which reported that he had been attacked in jail - and had had a 3,000 Rolex stolen - was inaccurate and misleading.

(1371)Miss Brenda Priedon (Daily Mirror)

Miss Brenda Priedon complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which inaccurately stated that tattoos are cut off before burial in Orthodox Jewish tradition.

(1372)Ms Vanessa Letts (Evening Standard)

Ms Vanessa Letts from London complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which reported that MP Kate Hoey had called for a cull' on urban foxes.

(1373)Mr Ash Choudry (Daily Mail)

Mr Ash Choudry complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an online article which reported on a Facebook campaign urging Saudi men to whip women who planned to defy a ban on women driving. The complainant believed that the Facebook campaign was in fact a hoax.

(1374)Sarfraz Khan (Metro)

Sarfraz Khan complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Nelson Guest solicitors that the newspaper had published a report of his conviction for driving under the influence of a class B drug but had not made clear that he had subsequently been cleared on appeal.

(1375)A man (The Sunday Times)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article discussing his identification by former employers - the Department for Communities and Local Government - as the man behind the nakedCservant' twitter account had inaccurately reported that he had called politician Eric Pickles a disgrace' interested only in petty point scoring'.

(1376)Mr Steve Wickenden (Daily Mirror)

Mr Steve Wickenden complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which misleadingly reported that he had paid 30,000 for a Back to the Future Delorean time machine, although he had not specified how much he had paid for the car.

(1377)Kat Fisher (The Echo (Basildon))

Kat Fisher of the Dale Farm Solidarity Group complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's website featured an article which wrongly linked an individual who had been arrested in Limerick while in a state of inebriation to activities at the camp at Dale Farm, Essex.

(1378)A man (The Sunday Times)

A man complained that the newspaper's weekend magazine had carried a photograph of his property which had been mislabelled as belonging to Sir Alan Sugar.

(1379)Sir Stuart Bell MP (Press Gazette)

Sir Stuart Bell MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccurate account of a separate press report about his working practices, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1380)Mr James Stocks (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr James Stocks complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which inaccurately reported that he had lied on his CV.

(1381)National AIDS Trust (Daily Mirror)

Ms Charli Scouller, Communications Manager at the National AIDS Trust, complained that the newspaper had stated inaccurately that a man had been jailed for 'deliberately' infecting an ex-lover with HIV.

(1382)Mr Iain Macdonald (Daily Mail)

Mr Iain Macdonald complained to the Press Complaints Commission that, in an online article, the newspaper incorrectly portrayed ants as creatures with familial bonds and in doing so made a number of scientific mistakes regarding the relationships between the animals.

(1383)Mr Ian Stewart Brady (Daily Mirror)

Mr Ian Stewart Brady complained to the PCC that an article headlined 'Inside the mind of a madman' published in the Daily Mirror contained material that intruded into his private life in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1384)Nicki Graham (That's Life)

Nicki Graham complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the magazine had published an article which incorrectly stated as fact that breast-feeding had left a woman infertile.

(1385)Mr James Shuttleworth (Daily Mail)

Mr James Shuttleworth complained to the Press Complaints Commission that two Richard Littlejohn columns had referred inaccurately to six individuals attempting to enter Britain as 'asylum seekers'.

(1386)Mark Gibbison (Henley Standard)

Mark Gibbison complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published misleading information in a report of his conviction for causing death by dangerous driving.

(1387)HABIA (Daily Mail)

Mr Alan Goldsbro, Chief Executive Officer of the Hair and Beauty Industry Authority (HABIA) complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article had inaccurately claimed that under-16 students taking an NVQ Level 2 in hairdressing never cut hair because health and safety regulations banned the use of scissors'.

(1388)James Stevenson (Daily Record)

James Stevenson complained to the Press Complaints Commission from HMP Shotts that the newspaper had carried a series of articles linking him to allegations of drug trafficking which, in his view, were inaccurate and misleading in breach of the Editors' Code.

(1389)A man (The Mail on Sunday)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published allegations about aspects of his private life that were intrusive and unfounded.

(1390)Mr John Oddi (Daily Mail)

Mr John Oddi complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article about solar panels had stated inaccurately that unused energy sold back to the grid was paid at 35p per kilowatt hour.

(1391)Mr Peter Reynolds (The Mail on Sunday)

Mr Peter Reynolds complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on the use of the drug Sativex which, in his view, contained inaccuracies and was misleading.

(1392)Richard Burton (Eastern Daily Press)

Richard Burton complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate and misleading information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code in relation to comments he had made at a planning meeting.

(1393)Steve Wickenden (Daily Mirror)

Mr Steve Wickenden complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which inaccurately reported that he had paid 30,000 for a Back to the Future Delorean time machine to take his children to school.

(1394)Paul Bolding (Daily Mail)

Paul Bolding complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an online article about William Lyttle, also known as the Mole Man of Hackney, which was accompanied by a misleading photograph.

(1395)Ashley van Dyck (The Mail on Sunday)

Ashley van Dyck complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had republished comments that he had originally made to the BBC in a misleading context that distorted their meaning.

(1396)Maureen Andrews (North West Evening Mail)

Maureen Andrews complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a reporter acting on behalf of the newspaper had questioned her 16 year-old granddaughter at the family home regarding a story about the teenager's father in such a way that had caused the girl distress.

(1397)Mr James Stocks (Scotland on Sunday)

Mr James Stocks complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on his career as a chef which contained inaccuracies.

(1398)Mr James Stocks (The Scotsman)

Mr James Stocks complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on his career as a chef which contained inaccuracies.

(1399)Elaine Deering (Daily Mirror)

Elaine Deering complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's website contained two articles (published a year prior to her contacting the PCC) which contained a number of errors.

(1400)Elaine Deering (Birmingham Post)

Elaine Deering complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's website contained two articles (published a year prior to her contacting the PCC) which contained a number of errors.

(1401)Elaine Deering (Sunday Mercury)

Elaine Deering complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's website contained three articles (published a year prior to her contacting the PCC) which contained a number of errors.

(1402)Elaine Deering (Birmingham Mail)

Elaine Deering complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's website contained three articles (published a year prior to her contacting the PCC) which contained a number of errors.

(1403)Mr Yousef Bozorgmehr (The Guardian)

Mr Yousef Bozorgmehr complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting on protests in Iran over a drying lake was inaccurate when it reported that Iranian media were not allowed to report the protests.

(1404)Mr Richard Pepperell (Wales on Sunday)

Mr Richard Pepperell complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an interview piece in which a woman spoke of sexual abuse at the hands of his father, Alexander Pepperell.

(1405)Ms Ratna Singh (The Guardian)

Ms Ratna Singh of IHP Clinics complained that an article about the government's health service reforms contained a number of inaccuracies: contrary to the headline, it was IHP - in which GPs could own shares - and not the surgeries themselves which would float on the stock market; the article had exaggerated the potential windfall to individual GPs, which was 160,000 after three to five years and not 1m; and the implication of the article was that patient care could be compromised by IHP, when in fact its focus was on improving care, with the majority of savings being reinvested.

(1406)Mr Chris Manners (Daily Mail)

Mr Chris Manners complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had failed to make clear that a survey, which placed the UK 43rd in a league table for maths and science education, had been based on the opinions of business leaders on teaching in their own countries rather than the objective comparison of exam results.

(1407)Sir Alan Davies (Daily Mail)

Sir Alan Davies complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article on the newspaper's website was accompanied by a photograph of him being knighted by the Queen, which was his personal property, that had been acquired through its unauthorised removal from a picture gallery in Copland School in breach of Clause 10 (i) of the Editors' Code.

(1408)Kenneth Brewster (The Sun)

Kenneth Brewster complained to the Press Complaints Commission that misleading video footage of him was published on the newspaper's website.

(1409)Adam Bradford (The Star (Sheffield))

Adam Bradford, Group Director of UnITe Technology International, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a story which he felt suggested that his former college had organised a celebration to mark the first year of the National Enterprise Academy when, in fact, he was responsible for the event.

(1410)Karen Coleman (Brentwood Gazette)

Karen Coleman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which reported - without clarification - inaccurate information on procedures within her local Conservative Association.

(1411)CLEAR (The Sun)

Peter Reynolds, leader of the political party Cannabis Law Reform (CLEAR), complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which wrongly reported that users of the drug Sativex do not get 'high'.

(1412)Mrs Maria Blamires (Daily Mail)

Mrs Maria Blamires, mother of Suzanne Blamires, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code by publishing stills taken from the CCTV footage of her daughter's murder by serial killer Stephen Griffiths. The pictures showed her daughter shortly before her death and her killer after the murder.

(1413)Mrs Maria Blamires (Daily Mirror)

Mrs Maria Blamires, mother of Suzanne Blamires, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code by publishing CCTV footage showing her daughter's killer Stephen Griffiths on its website, and stills taken from that footage - showing her daughter shortly before her death, and her killer after the murder - in the newspaper itself.

(1414)Lord Triesman (The Mail on Sunday)

Lord Triesman complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Harbottle & Lewis Solicitors of London that an article of May 2010 intruded into his private life in breach of Clause 3 and had included information which had been obtained in a manner which breached Clause 10 of the Editors' Code.

(1415)London Borough of Sutton (Sutton Advertiser)

The London Borough of Sutton complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a report criticising the council's decision to employ a new department head while other employees face redundancy which contained a number of inaccuracies.

(1416)Miss Sharon Clark (Maidenhead Advertiser)

Miss Sharon Clark complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Dad dies trying to save daughter', published in the Maidenhead Advertiser on 21 July 2011, included a photograph of her daughter without consent in breach of Clause 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1417)Mr Andreas Antoniou (Woman)

Mr Andreas Antoniou complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'I'm scared I'll never see my little boy again', published in Woman on 14 March 2011, was inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1418)Mr Derek Williams (The Guardian)

Mr Derek Williams complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which reported on new methods of cannabis cultivation, in particular, selective breeding techniques.

(1419)Vicki Sharp (Surrey Comet)

Vicki Sharp complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an online court report detailing her father's conviction for aiding and abetting fraudulent trading which contained a number of errors.

(1420)Vicki Sharp (Elmbridge Guardian)

Vicki Sharp complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published print and online court reports detailing her father's conviction for aiding and abetting fraudulent trading which contained a number of errors.

(1421)Elaine Deering (The Daily Telegraph)

Elaine Deering complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's website contained an article (published two years prior to her contacting the PCC) which contained a number of errors.

(1422)Elaine Deering (Daily Mail)

Elaine Deering complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's website contained an article (published a year prior to her contacting the PCC) which contained a number of errors.

(1423)Elaine Deering (Metro)

Elaine Deering complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's website contained an article (published two years prior to her contacting the PCC) inaccurately stated that her brother, a decorated war hero who had died serving in Afghanistan, had been engaged to be married.

(1424)Mr Leslie Kilminster (Evening Express (Aberdeen))

Mr Leslie Kilminster from Aberdeen complained through his legal representatives, Peterkins Solicitors, about the copying and publication of CCTV footage showing a man who had entered his shop after being subjected to a violent assault.

(1425)A man (Daily Mail)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article reporting that a Gypsy gang had deliberately drowned' a pony by pushing it into a lake.

(1426)A man (The Times)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article discussing the growing number of young children practising Mixed Martial Arts or 'cage fighting'.

(1427)Stanley Hooper (Daily Mail)

Stanley Hooper complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an online article the headline of which wrongly referred to the European Court of Human Rights as an arm of the European Union.

(1428)Professor Geoffrey Alderman (The Times)

Professor Geoffrey Alderman of London complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article inaccurately referred to 'Israel's right-wing government in Tel Aviv'.

(1429)A woman (The Mail on Sunday)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published material that intruded into her private life in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1430)Mr Phil Croft (Burton Mail)

Mr Phil Croft complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had incorrectly claimed that his son had been jailed for trying to hijack a taxi driver's cab.

(1431)Mrs Allison Noble (Daily Mirror)

Mrs Allison Noble complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a reporter had visited her home following the death of her husband in the Cork Air Crash.

(1432)Mr Jamie Blood (Sunday Mirror)

Mr Jamie Blood complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on a police officer who had been arrested which included a photograph of him with the officer in question, although he had had nothing to do with the alleged offences.

(1433)Mr Christopher Lord (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Christopher Lord complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting on the true level of tax paid by workers in the UK was misleading as it quoted marginal tax rates without explaining that these included National Insurance Contributions paid by employers as well as employees.

(1434)Commander Andrew Coles OBE RN (The Daily Telegraph)

Commander Andrew Coles OBE RN complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Lewis Silkin solicitors of London that an article which referred to him contained inaccuracies.

(1435)HRH Princess Beatrice (The Sun)

HRH Princess Beatrice complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Harbottle & Lewis Solicitors that photographs of her on holiday in the French Riviera, which had been published in each of the newspapers, had been taken in places where she had a reasonable expectation of privacy.

(1436)HRH Princess Beatrice (Daily Mail)

HRH Princess Beatrice complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Harbottle & Lewis Solicitors that photographs of her on holiday in the French Riviera, which had been published in each of the newspapers, had been taken in places where she had a reasonable expectation of privacy.

(1437)HRH Princess Beatrice (Daily Mirror)

HRH Princess Beatrice complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Harbottle & Lewis Solicitors that photographs of her on holiday in the French Riviera, which had been published in each of the newspapers, had been taken in places where she had a reasonable expectation of privacy.

(1438)HRH Princess Beatrice (The Daily Telegraph)

HRH Princess Beatrice complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Harbottle & Lewis Solicitors that photographs of her on holiday in the French Riviera, which had been published in each of the newspapers, had been taken in places where she had a reasonable expectation of privacy.

(1439)Gordon Brown MP (The Sunday Telegraph)

Gordon Brown MP complained to the PCC through Reed Smith LLP that an article headlined 'Inside story of Murdoch's special relationship with our politicians', published in The Sunday Telegraph on 10 July 2011, was inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1440)Mr Jody McIntyre (Daily Mail)

Mr Jody McIntyre complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Bhatt Murphy Solicitors of London that two articles published in the Littlejohn column in December 2010 were inaccurate and misleading, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy), and had discriminated against him on the basis of his disability in breach of Clause 12 (Discrimination) of the Editors' Code.

(1441)A man (Hamilton Advertiser)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Public foots 27k taxi bill for granddaughter of MSP', published in the Hamilton Advertiser on 11 August 2011, had intruded into his daughter's time at school and had included a photograph of her without consent in breach of Clause 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1442)A man (Wishaw Press)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Un-fare?', published in the Wishaw Press on 10 August 2011, had intruded into his daughter's time at school and had included a photograph of her without consent in breach of Clause 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1443)The Earl of Cardigan (Daily Mail)

The Earl of Cardigan complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the headline to an online article had quoted him inaccurately when it stated I met my wife in rehab'.

(1444)Hugh Morrison (Daily Mail)

Hugh Morrison complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information about him in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code.

(1445)Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker (Bella)

Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the magazine's coverage of Mr Davies' acquittal for rape was misleading.

(1446)Neil Turner (The Daily Telegraph)

Neil Turner complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately reported that a British rowing team had reached the 'North Pole' and the 'magnetic North Pole' when, in fact, these locations were hundreds of miles from the spot they did reach: the location of the pole as it was mapped in 1996.

(1447)Danny Weston (The Daily Telegraph)

Danny Weston complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately reported that a British rowing team had reached the 'North Pole' and the 'magnetic North Pole' when, in fact, these locations were hundreds of miles from the spot they did reach: the location of the pole as it was mapped in 1996.

(1448)Danny Weston (The Guardian)

Danny Weston complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately reported that a British rowing team had reached the 'North Pole' and the 'magnetic North Pole' when, in fact, these locations were hundreds of miles from the spot they did reach: the location of the pole as it was mapped in 1996.

(1449)Danny Weston (The Independent)

Danny Weston complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately reported that a British rowing team had reached the 'North Pole' and the 'magnetic North Pole' when, in fact, these locations were hundreds of miles from the spot they did reach: the location of the pole as it was mapped in 1996.

(1450)Mr Craig Pearson (Evening Star (Ipswich))

Mr Craig Pearson complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an interview piece with him, in which he spoke of his childhood friendship with Chelsea FC manager, Andre Villas-Boas.

(1451)Alison Clarke (Daily Record)

Alison Clarke complained to the Press Complaints Commission about the newspaper's coverage of the death of her mother in a car crash. Ms Clarke was particularly concerned about the timing of the coverage: the newspaper had published photographs of the incident and of her mother less than two days after it occurred, before some family members had been notified of the death.

(1452)Full Fact (Daily Mail)

Full Fact complained to the PCC that two articles headlined 'UK doles out more aid than any other country' and 'Britain's broken schools', published in the Daily Mail, were inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1453)Cristina Santos (Oldham Chronicle)

Ms Cristina Santos from London complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which reported that the Ministry of Justice had awarded Applied Language Solutions a contract to provide translation and interpretation services. The complainant said that the article was inaccurate as, at the time of publication, no framework agreement had been signed.

(1454)Mateusz Kiecz (Manchester Evening News)

Mr Mateusz Kiecz from Doncaster complained to the PCC about an article which reported that Applied Language Solutions had signed a framework agreement with the Ministry of Justice that would see it provide translators and interpreters'.

(1455)Jonathan Everett (Daily Mail)

Mr Jonathan Everett complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting on the government's e-petition website was inaccurate and misleading when it stated that the two most popular petitions on the day of publication both called for the return of capital punishment.

(1456)Jacqueline Baxter (Daily Mail)

Ms Jacqueline Baxter complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a quote from her in an article which misleadingly implied that she was speaking for or on behalf of a third party.

(1457)Philip Edwards (The Sun)

Mr Phillip Edwards from Wrexham complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which reported that the NHS paid 32.27 per loaf of non-gluten bread. He explained that the quoted figure represented the price for several loaves, the actual cost per loaf being 2.82.

(1458)Vanessa Clark (Daily Mail)

Vanessa Clark complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article about an incident involving one of her family members that raised breaches of Clauses 1 (Accuracy), 3 (Privacy), 6 (Children) and 9 (Reporting of Crime) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1459)Edward Bamber (Sunday World)

Edward Bamber, via Kevin R. Winters & Co. Solicitors, complained to the PCC that the newspaper had published an article which inaccurately suggested that he had links with paramilitaries in Ulster.

(1460)Mark Robertson (Daiy Record)

Mark Robertson complained to the PCC that the newspaper had published inaccurate and misleading information in an article about the outcome of a General Teaching Council (Scotland) disciplinary hearing involving him in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code.

(1461)Lorraine Watson  (The People)

Lorraine Watson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy).

(1462)Ms Susan Thomson (Daily Record)

Ms Susan Thomson complained to the PCC that an article headlined 'Arthur's Seat body find', published in the Daily Record on 13 June 2011, had intruded into her family's grief in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1463)Sally Low (Daily Mail)

Sally Low, the managing director of Low Associates, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an online article was misleading in claiming that she had 'boast[ed] she could put clients in touch with ministers'.

(1464)Sally Low (The Daily Telegraph)

Sally Low, managing director of Low Associates, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article was inaccurate in claiming that she had 'boasted that she could set up' meetings with Cabinet ministers for business clients'.

(1465)Ms Cristina Santos (The Daily Telegraph)

Ms Cristina Santos RPSI complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code that the newspaper had published inaccurate information about the pay of court interpreters.

(1466)Professor John Bridle (The Guardian)

Professor John Bridle complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate assertions about him on its website.

(1467)Mr James Watson (The Independent)

Mr James Watson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had incorrectly claimed that data from the Office of National Statistics showed a net increase in the number of people visiting pubs since the smoking ban, and was concerned that the article wrongly implied that Christopher Ogden, the chief executive of the Tobacco Manufacturers Association, had misrepresented the situation when he suggested that the smoking ban had severely threatened the pub and bingo industry.

(1468)Mr James Stocks (The Sunday Times)

Mr James Stocks complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published articles reporting on his career as a chef which contained inaccuracies, and in particular misleadingly implied that he had never worked with chefs including Marco Pierre White and Michel del Burgo and that his partner had been in contact with the press.

(1469)Jim Allan (Scottish Daily Mail)

Jim Allan complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a court report detailing his mother's conviction for fraud which contained a number of inaccuracies.

(1470)Jim Allan (Scottish Sun)

Jim Allan complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a court report detailing his mother's conviction for fraud which contained a number of inaccuracies.

(1471)Mr Yousef Bozorgmehr (The Guardian)

Mr Yousef Bozorgmehr complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which was misleading when it reported that Fars, an Iranian news agency, was passing off photographs from different times and locations in Britain and other parts of the world as being directly related to the UK riots.

(1472)Catrin Petty (The Daily Telegraph)

Catrin Petty, the founder of the Cambridge University Cardboard Boat Race, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an online article which inaccurately stated that a student was hospitalised with Weil's disease after taking part in the race.

(1473)Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker (The Sun)

Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's report of Mr Davies' acquittal for rape was misleading.

(1474)Peter Dorsam (Romford Recorder)

Peter Dorsam complained to the Press Complaints Commission, on behalf of his friend Fred O'Donnell, that the newspaper's coverage of Mr O'Donnell's conviction for a violent attack contained inaccuracies regarding the nature of the charges faced.

(1475)Dr Kevin Murray (Daily Mail)

Dr Kevin Murray, a member of the Medical Protection Society, complained through Berrymans Lace Mawer LLP to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) in a comment article about legal proceedings relating to Peter Sutcliffe.

(1476)Glasgow Bar Association (Sunday Mail)

The Glasgow Bar Association complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper incorrectly stated that Scottish lawyers 'have opposed Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill's attempt to reduce Legal Aid costs'.

(1477)Christian Hunt (Daily Mail)

Christian Hunt of Carbon Brief complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published misleading information in relation to the portion of energy bills that is attributable to 'green taxes'.

(1478)Darren Rigby-ONeill (Blackpool Gazette)

Darren Rigby-O'Neill complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which, in his view, was insensitive and inaccurate as it reported that a fire at his home was thought to have been caused by a dropped cigarette when this was not the case.

(1479)Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker (Daily Mail)

Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's report of Mr Davies' acquittal for rape was misleading.

(1480)Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker (The Independent)

Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's report of Mr Davies' acquittal for rape was misleading.

(1481)Ms Denise Brown (The Citizen (Gloucester))

Ms Denise Brown complained to the PCC that two articles headlined 'Dog's killer found dead' and 'Man who shoved dog off a cliff kills himself', published on 24 March 2011 in The Citizen, were inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1482)Mr John Constable (Motorcycle News)

Mr John Constable complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article regarding his late brother Roger which inaccurately stated that he had been made bankrupt in the context of his business, Midlands Superbikes.

(1483)Alun Cole (The Mail on Sunday)

Mr Alun Cole complained to the Press Complaints Commission through his solicitors Bird & Bird LLP that an article reporting that Ken Anderson was being sued by the Department of Health gave the misleading impression that he - as Mr Anderson's solicitor at Eversheds LLP - had actively assisted in the arranging of Mr Anderson's stay on the Turks and Caicos Islands, an alleged benefit to which the High Court writ claimed he was not entitled.

(1484)Mr James Stocks (Daily Record)

Mr James Stocks complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a number of articles reporting on his career as a chef which inaccurately reported that he had never worked with chefs including Marco Pierre White; that he had been charged with stealing money; that he had left a restaurant leaving a trail of debts; and that he had been kicked out of a hotel room.

(1485)Frank Field MP (The Guardian)

Frank Field MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which claimed that he had been quoted by Anders Behring Brievik in his purported manifesto, published at the time of the killings in Norway, was inaccurate and misleading.

(1486)Jude Law (Grazia)

Jude Law complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Premier PR that an article had featured a photograph of his 14-year-old son, Rafferty, without pixelation, which he considered to be in breach of Clause 6 of the Editors' Code.

(1487)Mr Irving Bernard (Daily Mail)

Mr Irving Bernard complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article reporting on the tragic death of his son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Alan Bernard after they were hit by a car.

(1488)Mr Irving Bernard (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Irving Bernard complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article reporting on the tragic death of his son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Alan Bernard after they were hit by a car.

(1489)Mr Sam Ward (Daily Mail)

Mr Sam Ward complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an online article had inaccurately reported that a fatal shooting in Bristol had taken place in the St Paul's area during its annual Caribbean street party.

(1490)Cannabis Law Reform (The Guardian)

Peter Reynolds, Leader of the political party Cannabis Law Reform (CLEAR), complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an online article which contained a number of inaccuracies relating to cannabis.

(1491)Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker (Western Telegraph)

Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's report of Mr Davies' acquittal for rape was misleading.

(1492)Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker (South Wales Argus)

Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's report of Mr Davies' acquittal for rape was misleading.

(1493)Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker (Sunday Mirror)

Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's report of Mr Davies' acquittal for rape was misleading.

(1494)Mrs Dorothy Drury (Daily Mail)

Mrs Dorothy Drury, Chairman of The Pharmacists Foundation, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that, in an online article, the newspaper had incorrectly referred to a dispensary in a GP surgery as a pharmacy.

(1495)Ms Jacqueline Baxter (Bedford Times & Citizen)

Ms Jacqueline Baxter complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which included a reference to her place of work, which she considered to be a breach of Clause 3 (Privacy).

(1496)Adrian Gaylard (The Observer)

Mr Adrian Gaylard complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an online article featuring an interview with Dr Kenzo Kase, creator of Kinesio sports tape, contained a number of inaccuracies in relation to the product's scientifically proven effectiveness.

(1497)European Commission (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Antony Gravili on behalf of the European Commission complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on the salaries of employees of the European Commission which contained inaccuracies.

(1498)Mr Jon Samuel (The Sun)

Mr Jon Samuel complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccurate story that an individual had placed a 6,000 bet with Ladbrokes that the Duchess of Cambridge would wear the George III Tiara.

(1499)Cleveland Police (The Mail on Sunday)

Sean Price, the Chief Constable of Cleveland Police, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article had suggested wrongly that the police had failed to adequately investigate the death of Kyle Fisher.

(1500)National AIDS Trust and Terrence Higgins Trust (Daily Mail)

The National AIDS Trust and the Terrence Higgins Trust complained, on behalf of Nkosinati Mabanda, to the Press Complaints Commission that the assertion in the headline of the online article that Mr Mabanda was a 'HIV Monster' represented a pejorative reference to his status as HIV positive.

(1501)Commander Andrew Coles OBE RN (Daily Mail)

Commander Andrew Coles OBE RN complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Lewis Silkin solicitors of London that an online article which referred to him contained inaccuracies.

(1502)Mr Ian F Hawkes (Britain's Energy Coast)

Mr Ian F Hawkes complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a reference to the damage sustained by the Fukushima nuclear power plant following the recent earthquake and tsunami was inaccurate and misleading.

(1503)Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker (Newmarket Journal)

Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's report of Mr Davies' acquittal for rape was misleading.

(1504)Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker (The Press (York))

Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's report of Mr Davies' acquittal for rape was misleading.

(1505)Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker (Belfast Telegraph)

Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's report of Mr Davies' acquittal for rape was misleading.

(1506)Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker (Daily Mirror)

Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's report of Mr Davies' acquittal for rape was misleading.

(1507)Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker (The Guardian)

Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's online report of Mr Davies' acquittal for rape was misleading.

(1508)Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker (South Wales Echo)

Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's report of Mr Davies' acquittal for rape was misleading.

(1509)Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker (Metro)

Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's report of Mr Davies' acquittal for rape was misleading.

(1510)Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker (Eastern Daily Press)

Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's report of Mr Davies' acquittal for rape was misleading.

(1511)Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker (Western Mail)

Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's report of Mr Davies' acquittal for rape was misleading.

(1512)Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker  (Yorkshire Post)

Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's report of Mr Davies' acquittal for rape was misleading.

(1513)Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker (The Daily Telegraph)

Stephen Davies and Eleanor Parker complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's report of Mr Davies' acquittal for rape was misleading.

(1514)Bill Wiggin MP (Daily Mail)

Bill Wiggin MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a diary item which referred to him contained inaccuracies, particularly a reference in the online headline to him as an 'expenses cheat'.

(1515)Mr Robin Pickering (Western Morning News)

Mr Robin Pickering, an artist from Devon, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting on a display of his paintings at Farringdon Village hall contained a number of inaccuracies.

(1516)Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou (Financial Times)

Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Greek chorus from Stelios does EasyJet a disservice', published in the Financial Times on 11 May 2011, contained inaccuracies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and discriminated against him in breach of Clause 12 (Discrimination) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1517)University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust (Birmingham Mail)

Julie Moore, Chief Executive of University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, complained that the newspaper had published inaccurate and misleading information in coverage of ongoing employment tribunal proceedings brought against the Trust by a former employee.

(1518)Lord Justice Sedley (Daily Mail)

Lord Justice Sedley complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which included an insert box summarising a number of previous judgments in which he had been involved was inaccurate and misleading.

(1519)IEngage (Jewish Chronicle)

Mr Mohammed Asif on behalf of iEngage complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which inaccurately stated that the All Party Group on Islamophobia had voted to keep iEngage as its secretariat, when in fact no such vote had taken place.

(1520)Mr James Stocks (Edinburgh Evening News)

Mr James Stocks complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on his career as a chef which contained inaccuracies, and in particular misleadingly implied that he had never worked with chefs including Marco Pierre White.

(1521)Mr James Stocks (Caterer and Hotelkeeper)

Mr James Stocks complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published articles reporting on his career as a chef which contained inaccuracies, and in particular misleadingly implied that he had never worked with chefs including Marco Pierre White.

(1522)Dr Steven Edgar (The Daily Telegraph)

Dr Steven Edgar complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper incorrectly claimed that a government scheme allowing GPs to rent their surgeries to the Department of Health was 'secret' and 'secretive'.

(1523)Peter Reynolds (Herts and Essex Observer)

Peter Reynolds, leader of Cannabis Law Reform, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code.

(1524)Richard Mitford-Slade (Eventing)

Richard Mitford-Slade of Pontispool Equine Sports Centre complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the magazine had published an article which misrepresented the state of the ground at Pontispool.

(1525)Jennifer Stevenson (Daily Mail)

Jennifer Stevenson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's coverage of a fatal horse riding accident was inaccurate.

(1526)Peter Reynolds (Burton Mail)

Peter Reynolds, Leader of Cannabis Law Reform, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccuracies in an article about 'legal highs' for sale at a local market.

(1527)Ms Louise Mensch (New Statesman)

Louise Mensch MP complained to the PCC that three blog posts were inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1528)Bournemouth Borough Council (Daily Mirror)

Bournemouth Borough Council complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which claimed that wheelbarrow loads of garbage' had been deposited by a council worker on a Bournemouth beach.

(1529)Ms Johanna Hall (Tottenham & Wood Green Journal)

Ms Johanna Hall complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting on the outcome of an investigation into her conduct by the General Teaching Council was inaccurate, misleading and distorted.

(1530)Lucie Collier (The Argus (Brighton))

Lucie Collier complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's coverage of her fianc's romantic proposal to her on Brighton seafront contained an inaccuracy relating to how they met.

(1531)Samir Gharbaoui  (Daily Mirror)

Samir Gharbaoui complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of SOS Clothes Ltd, a textile recycling company, that the newspaper had published misleading material in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1532)Mr Jon Samuel (Daily Mail)

Mr Jon Samuel complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccurate story on its website that an individual had placed a 6,000 bet with Ladbrokes that the Duchess of Cambridge would wear the George III Tiara.

(1533)The Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants (Daily Mail)

The Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which inaccurately referred to a family of refugees as a family of asylum seekers.

(1534)Mrs Helen Hailstones (Daily Mail)

Mrs Helen Hailstones complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an on-line article reporting that Coronation Street actor, Bill Tarney, was continuing to smoke cigarettes despite being due to undergo heart surgery.

(1535)A woman (Take a Break)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which told the story of her father's eventual conviction for the murder of her mother.

(1536)Mr Brian Carroll (Press & Journal (Aberdeen))

Mr Brian Carroll of Aberdeen complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting on strikes at Aberdeen Sheriff Court inaccurately claimed that only 8 members of staff were not at work on the day of the action.

(1537)Mr Bernard Fagan (Hayes and Harlington Gazette)

Mr Bernard Fagan of the Avondale Residents' Association complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which reported on calls from residents of the Wellings, Fitzgerald and Glenister tower blocks to have newly installed windows reviewed following fears about their safety.

(1538)Ms Tracy Bishop (Manchester Evening News)

Ms Tracy Bishop, Assistant Headteacher at Cedar Mount High School, Manchester, complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article reporting on the handing down of an ASBO to a former pupil.

(1539)Mrs R Kallis (Crawley News)

Mrs R Kallis complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of the family of Mr Darrim Daoud that an article reporting on Mr Daoud's death was intrusive and insensitive.

(1540)Middleton Family (Daily Mail)

Mrs Carole Middleton, Ms Pippa Middleton and Mr James Middleton complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Harbottle & Lewis LLP that the newspaper had published photographs of them on a boat, taken five years previously, in a place where they had a reasonable expectation of privacy.

(1541)Middleton Family (The Mail on Sunday)

Mrs Carole Middleton, Ms Pippa Middleton and Mr James Middleton complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Harbottle & Lewis LLP that the newspaper had published photographs of them on a boat, taken five years previously, in a place where they had a reasonable expectation of privacy.

(1542)Ms Pippa Middleton (Daily Mirror)

Ms Pippa Middleton complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Harbottle & Lewis LLP that the newspaper had published a photograph of her sunbathing on a boat, taken five years previously, in a place where she had a reasonable expectation of privacy.

(1543)Judge Douglas Field (The Sun)

Judge Douglas Field complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a front-page report of an inquiry by the Office for Judicial Complaints (OJC) into claims made against him was inaccurate and misleading.

(1544)A woman (The Sun)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had included a photograph of her and four friends waiting to enter a Take That concert in an article relating the drunken and illegal conduct of some concert attendees.

(1545)Mr Jon Samuel (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Jon Samuel complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccurate story that an individual had placed a 6,000 bet with Ladbrokes that the Duchess of Cambridge would wear the George III Tiara.

(1546)Cannabis Law Reform (Hertfordshire Mercury)

Peter Reynolds, Leader of the political party Cannabis Law Reform (CLEAR), complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which contained a number of inaccuracies relating to cannabis.

(1547)Ms Rachel Hewitt  (Manchester Evening News)

Ms Rachel Hewitt complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting on her court appearance in relation to the death of her cat contained inaccuracies and was misleading.

(1548)Mr Andrzej Wieckowski (The Guardian)

Mr Andrzej Wieckowski complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had incorrectly stated in the sub-headline of an online article that rugby league would receive an increase in Sport England aid.

(1549)Miss Tabitha Lasley (Daily Mail)

Miss Tabitha Lasley complained that the newspaper had incorrectly claimed to have 'tracked down' Monika Pon in South Africa.

(1550)Ms Maymuna Ismail (The Sun)

Ms Maymuna Ismail complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had incorrectly reported some of the circumstances surrounding her brother's death.

(1551)Mr Liam OHara  (The Guardian)

Mr Liam O'Hara - with the support of the campaign group 40 Days for Life - complained that an article reporting on an anti-abortionist demonstration was misleading when it stated that the protesters had waved banners of dismembered foetuses.

(1552)Lambeth Council (Daily Mail)

Councillor Steve Reed on behalf of Lambeth Council complained that the newspaper had published an article reporting on an event marking the 30th anniversary of the Brixton riots which contained inaccuracies and was misleading with respect to the role played by the Council.

(1553)Malcolm Stamp OBE (Essex Chronicle)

Malcolm Stamp CBE, Chief Executive of Mid Essex Hospital Services NHS Trust, complained to the PCC that an article headlined 'Victim of attacker lucky to be alive' after coma ordeal', published in the Essex Chronicle contained material that had been obtained in breach of Clause 8 (Hospitals) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1554)Anthony Brindley (The Daily Telegraph)

Anthony Brindley complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article on the subject of state pensions which incorrectly stated that although government ministers had decided to increase the pensionable age, the change would be delayed until 2024.

(1555)Haringey Council (Evening Standard)

Kevin Crompton, Chief Executive of Haringey Council, complained to the PCC that the newspaper had published the inaccurate claim that John Suddaby, the Council's former head of legal services, had spent 'thousands of pounds of taxpayers' money trying to cover up'' failures by the Council that contributed to the death of Peter Connelly ('Baby P').

(1556)Mr Jeremy Sharples (Burton Mail)

Mr Jeremy Sharples, owner of The Park bar in Burton, complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which reported on a police initiative to tackle knife crime in the town centre.

(1557)Croydon Council (Croydon Advertiser)

Croydon Council complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article about a flagship regeneration project, CCURV, was inaccurate and misleading.

(1558)Ms Amy Smith (Evening Chronicle (Newcastle upon Tyne))

Ms Amy Smith of Newcastle upon Tyne complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which reported on the death of her child's father, Steven Gilchrist, following a motorcycle accident.

(1559)Dr Adeniran Yesufu (Nottingham Post)

Dr Adeniran Yesufu complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published misleading information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice in an article about a General Medical Council panel that cleared him in relation to allegations of misconduct.

(1560)Mrs Elaine Lunn (Suffolk Free Press)

Mrs Elaine Lunn complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting on her son's death was inaccurate regarding the cause of death, and intruded into her family life in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) and into her family's grief in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code.

(1561)Mrs Carol Ann Shaw (The Sentinel (Staffordshire))

Mrs Carol Ann Shaw complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which gave the misleading impression that her sons' stepmother was their biological mother.

(1562)Patricia Symon (The Daily Telegraph)

Patricia Symon complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which incorrectly stated that she had asked for a primary school exercise class to be banned when her request was merely that the associated noise levels be reduced.

(1563)Lord Martin of Springburn (The Mail on Sunday)

Lord Martin of Springburn complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which referred to alleged disagreements with former staff during his tenure as Speaker was inaccurate and misleading.

(1564)Wayne Rooney (The Sunday Times)

Mr Wayne Rooney complained to the PCC through Ian Monk Associates Ltd that an article headlined 'Top footballers dodge millions in income tax: Rooney pays 2% on some earnings', published in The Sunday Times was inaccurate and misleading.

(1565)Zara Khoshnaw (Manchester Evening News)

Zara Khoshnaw complained to the Press Complaints Commission through her representative, Mary Hodgson, that the newspaper's coverage of her mother's death had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 3 (Privacy), Clause 4 (Harassment) and Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief and shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1566)Brighton and Hove City Council (The Argus (Brighton))

Brighton and Hove City Council complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a correction on page 20 in relation to an article which had originally appeared on page 2, which he considered to be insufficiently prominent in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Code.

(1567)Edward Hellewell (Grazia)

Edward Hellewell complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the magazine had published an image on the front page of the Duchess of Cambridge in her wedding dress, in which she appeared to have been made to look thinner.

(1568)Mr Gavin Blowman (Daily Mail)

Mr Gavin Blowman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which included an old photograph of himself which he considered to be misleading and an intrusion into his privacy.

(1569)Jane Watkins (News of the World)

Jane Watkins complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had persistently questioned her in a manner that breached Clause 4 (Harassment) of the Editors' Code of Practice and published an inaccurate account of her comments that breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Code.

(1570)Mark Robertson (Scottish Sun)

Mark Robertson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccuracy in an article about the outcome of a General Teaching Council (Scotland) disciplinary hearing involving him in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1571)Michael Dempsey (East London Advertiser)

Michael Dempsey complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had edited a letter he had submitted for publication in a manner that distorted its meaning in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1572)Wendy Irvine (Yorkshire Post)

Wendy Irvine complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a misleading report about the inquest into the death of her daughter, Camilla Irvine, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief and shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1573)Philip Davies MP (Bedford Times & Citizen)

Philip Davies MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which commented on remarks he had made in a House of Commons debate about the minimum wage was inaccurate and misleading.

(1574)Philip Davies MP (The Times)

Philip Davies MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which reported comments he had made in a House of Commons debate about the minimum wage was inaccurate and misleading.

(1575)Royal Hospital Chelsea (The Sunday Telegraph)

Major General A P N Currie CB, Lieutenant Governor of the Royal Hospital Chelsea, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that three articles relating to the management of the Hospital were inaccurate and misleading.

(1576)Royal Hospital Chelsea (The Daily Telegraph)

Major General A P N Currie CB, Lieutenant Governor of the Royal Hospital Chelsea, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that three articles relating to the management of the Hospital were inaccurate and misleading.

(1577)London Borough of Croydon (News of the World)

Ms Julie Belvir on behalf of the London Borough of Croydon complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on the dismissal of a head teacher which was inaccurate and misleading.

(1578)Alex Yellop (The Daily Telegraph)

Alex Yellop complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article on the subject of solar panels which contained a number of inaccuracies relating to the way in which the panels work, the nature of the savings to homeowners, and the amount paid by the government per kilowatt of energy produced.

(1579)Mr Melanie Johanssen (Take a Break)

Ms Melanie Johanssen complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the magazine had published her full name, the name of her street and her town in an article, which she said she had not agreed to, which she considered to be an intrusion into her privacy.

(1580)Mr James Stocks (The Herald (Glasgow))

Mr James Stocks complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which gave the misleading impression that he had left an island 'unannounced' following a theft from a hotel on the island, and implied that he had been guilty of the offence when he had not been.

(1581)Mr Johnny Farrell (Sunday World)

Mr Johnny Farrell complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a page 8 article contained the inaccurate claim that Joanne Morgan - the wife of Barney Morgan - had left her husband for the complainant.

(1582)Mr Oliver Rivers (The Spectator)

Mr Oliver Rivers complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a blog post written by MP Matthew Hancock contained the inaccurate assertion that US interest rates had risen in response to the news that Standard and Poor had placed the US credit rating on negative watch.

(1583)Haringey Council (The Sun)

Kevin Crompton, Chief Executive of Haringey Council, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate claims that Haringey Council had tried to 'gag the press' and 'conceal' its role in the events that led to the death of Peter Connelly ('Baby P').

(1584)A man (British Medical Journal)

A man complained to the PCC through his son that an article published in the British Medical Journal in 2009 had failed to protect him as a confidential source of information in breach of Clause 14 (Confidential Sources) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1585)Mr Michael Shone (Chichester Observer)

Mr Michael Shone, a former councillor who served on Chichester District Council, complained that two articles had inaccurately reported that he would not be standing at the recent local government elections.

(1586)Professor Timothy Luckhurst (Sunday Herald)

Professor Timothy Luckhurst complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a diary item which referred to him was inaccurate and misleading.

(1587)Mr Dennis Jones (Liverpool Echo)

Mr Dennis Jones complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which he said had misquoted evidence given during an employment tribunal.

(1588)A man (Times Educational Supplement)

A man from Edinburgh complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article had wrongly alleged that he had been struck off by the General Teaching Council after carrying out a 9 month relationship with a 15 year old pupil.

(1589)A man (Daily Record)

A man from Edinburgh complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article had wrongly alleged that he had been struck off by the General Teaching Council after carrying out a 9 month relationship with a 15 year old pupil.

(1590)A man (Scottish Sun)

A man from Edinburgh complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article had wrongly alleged that he had been struck off by the General Teaching Council after carrying out a 9 month relationship with a 15 year old pupil.

(1591)A man (The Scotsman)

A man from Edinburgh complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article had wrongly alleged that he had been struck off by the General Teaching Council after carrying out a 9 month relationship with a 15 year old pupil. He provided legal evidence that the relationship had lasted only 4 months, and that the pupil had been 16 when it began.

(1592)Shaun Harrison (Peterborough Evening Telegraph)

Shaun Harrison complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 3 (Privacy), Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief and shock) and Clause 6 (Children) in its coverage of the death of his son, Tyler Whelan.

(1593)Mr Edgar Davidson (The Sun)

Mr Edgar Davidson of London complained to the Press Complaints Commission that two articles reporting that Israeli troops had been responsible for the deaths of demonstrators were misleading: the first article (16 May) had failed to report Israel's position that fatalities were the result of shooting from the Lebanese army; and the second (6 June) did not make clear that the only claim of fatalities had been made by Syrian state television.

(1594)Mr Matthew Robinson (Daily Mail)

Mr Matthew Robinson of Preston complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article reporting on research into the effectiveness of an asthma pill when compared to inhalers.

(1595)Mr Matthew Robinson (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Matthew Robinson of Preston complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article reporting on research into the effectiveness of an asthma pill when compared to inhalers. He said that, contrary to the article's headline assertion, the research did not show that the pills were better for treating asthma than inhalers'.

(1596)Electoral Reform Services Ltd (The Daily Telegraph)

Electoral Reform Services Ltd complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Lewis Silkin solicitors of London that an article about the Alternative Vote campaign contained inaccuracies.

(1597)Dr Daphne Austin (Daily Mail)

Dr Daphne Austin complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article regarding babies who are born at 23 weeks which attributed quotes to her which she had not said, and misrepresented her views on the subject in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code.

(1598)Dispelling Breastfeeding Myths (The Guardian)

Dispelling Breastfeeding Myths complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate and misleading information about the benefits of breastfeeding.

(1599)Ms Tracy Jubb (Wakefield Express)

Ms Tracy Jubb complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting on a campaign to save a rabbit was inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code.

(1600)Cllr Arnold Woolley (Liverpool Daily Post (Welsh edition))

Cllr Arnold Woolley complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a series of articles relating to Flintshire County Council's problems with the payment of council workers' wages and its difficulties in collecting council tax which, in his view, were misleading to readers.

(1601)Mr Graham Parkin (The Northern Echo)

Mr Graham Parkin complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting on his daughter's death wrongly implied that the family had spoken to the newspaper, and contained inaccuracies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Code.

(1602)Mark and Jo-anne Pitt (Cambrian News)

Mark and Jo-anne Pitt complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Anger at council's changes to pupils' disabled taxi service', published in the Cambrian News on 31 March 2011, had intruded into their son's privacy in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1603)A woman (The Star (Sheffield))

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that consecutive articles - reporting the charge and conviction of a man for sexual assault - contained information which, taken together, enabled the jigsaw identification of her as the victim of the attack.

(1604)Mr Michael Choong (The People)

Mr Michael Choong complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had wrongly attributed certain quotes to him in articles reporting on the university days of Prince William and Catherine Middleton.

(1605)Ms Christine Bywater (Take a Break)

Ms Christine Bywater complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article about the death of her daughter, Julie, which breached Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) and Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1606)Shak Shaqeel (Liverpool Echo)

Shak Shaqeel complained that the newspaper had published an article, which remained online two years later, detailing the opening of his trial for the evasion of tobacco duty but had failed to report the outcome of the case.

(1607)Dr Alan Clemens, Chairman of the Association of Osteomyology (Sunday Mercury)

Dr Alan Clemens, Chairman of the Association of Osteomyology, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article contained various inaccuracies, which were repeated in the commentary to footage which accompanied the online article.

(1608)A woman (The Daily Telegraph)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which reported that a man being questioned in regard to the murder of his fiance had been having an affair with another woman.

(1609)Lindsay Pettigrew (Blackpool Gazette)

Lindsay Pettigrew, minister of North Drive Methodist Church, Anchorsholme, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information about the church in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1610)A woman (Scottish News of the World)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had identified her as a victim of crime in a manner that was inaccurate and intruded into her private life in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1611)Laura McQuaid-Jones (Daily Mail)

Laura McQuaid-Jones complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccuracies about her daughter and intruded into her daughter's private life in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code.

(1612)Chris Mountenay (Northampton Chronicle & Echo)

Chris Mountenay complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published his photograph alongside an article which referred to him as a serving soldier.

(1613)Wendy Irvine (Daily Mail)

Wendy Irvine complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccuracies in relation to the death of her daughter, Camilla Irvine.

(1614)Emma Masters (Sunday Sport)

Emma Masters complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a newspaper had published an embarrassing, intrusive photograph of her at a nightclub when she had not given consent for the image to be used in that way.

(1615)Full Fact (The Times)

Mr Owen Spottiswoode, of Full Fact, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the claim made by the newspaper that two fifths of accepted university applicants in 2010 had achieved less than the equivalent of 2 Es at A level was misleading.

(1616)Fair Access (The Times)

Sir Graeme Davies, Director of Fair Access, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate and misleading information about the Office for Fair Access' assessment of access agreements submitted by universities wanting to charge fees of more than 6,000 in 2012-13.

(1617)Hampshire Constabulary (Aldershot News & Mail)

Hampshire Constabulary complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of two women that an article published in the Aldershot News & Mail in August 2010 identified them as victims of sexual assault in breach of Clause 11 (Victims of sexual assault) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1618)Cllr David Smith (The News (Portsmouth))

Cllr David Smith complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which contained inaccurate assertions relating to his role as a councillor, his suspension from certain duties and the payment of allowances.

(1619)Mr Jeff Gardner (Angling Times)

Mr Jeff Gardner complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on his upheld compensation claim which contained inaccuracies, was misleading and did not distinguish clearly between comment, conjecture and fact.

(1620)Jonathan Banner (Staffordshire Newsletter)

Jonathan Banner, the stepfather of a teenager who had sadly died after a long period of illness, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an insensitive and intrusive report of the child's death.

(1621)Mui-Ling Teh (Daily Mail)

Artist Mui-Ling Teh complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's online article about her miniature origami figures contained a number of inaccuracies.

(1622)Mr Michael Miles (Liverpool Echo)

Mr Michael Miles complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which reported on the death of his father after a fire at his property.

(1623)Mr David Andrews (Daily Mail)

Mr David Andrews of London complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which reported that foxes were responsible for the spread of the potentially fatal lungworm parasite to dogs.

(1624)Mr Simon Goodale (Kent News)

Mr Simon Goodale of Suffolk complained to the Press Complaints Commission about several articles reporting on the auction of a signed Dambusters book, originally belonging to his father, Flying Officer Brian Goodale.

(1625)Margaret Lewis (The Daily Telegraph)

Margaret Lewis complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published misleading information regarding the mobility component of the Disability Living Allowance (DLA) in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1626)A man (The Daily Telegraph)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article remaining on the newspaper's website reported on his conviction for rape, when in fact the conviction had been quashed on appeal.

(1627)A man (Evening Standard)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article remaining on the newspaper's website reported on his conviction for rape, when in fact the conviction had been quashed on appeal.

(1628)Mrs Judy Chapman (The Observer)

Mrs Judy Chapman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which referred to her late husband, the News of the World journalist Ray Chapman, contained inaccuracies.

(1629)Mr Aaron Lennon (The Sun)

Mr Aaron Lennon, the Tottenham Hotspur footballer, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article about his alleged actions in a London nightclub was inaccurate and misleading.

(1630)Mrs Vicky Cattell (Daily Mail)

Mrs Vicky Cattell complained that a reporter from the newspaper had visited her house following her daughter's funeral and had failed to leave immediately when repeatedly asked.

(1631)Ms Janice Troup (Sunday Mirror)

Ms Janice Troup, Head of ITV Programme Publicity, Drama and Soaps, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article was inaccurate in claims it made about certain storylines in Coronation Street and about alleged concerns some people had about those storylines.

(1632)Ms Janice Troup (News of the World)

Ms Janice Troup, Head of ITV Programme Publicity, Drama and Soaps, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article was inaccurate in claims it made about certain storylines in Coronation Street and about alleged concerns some people had about those storylines.

(1633)Mrs Lurline Deslandes (Daily Mirror)

Mrs Lurline Deslandes complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Tuckers solicitors that an article had inaccurately referred to her late son as being the victim of a gang' shooting.

(1634)Mr Richard Kamm (The Observer)

Mr Richard Kamm complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a number of inaccurate figures relating to current UCAS applications.

(1635)Electoral Reform Services (The Sun)

Electoral Reform Services complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Lewis Silkin solicitors of London that its coverage of the Alternative Vote campaign contained inaccuracies in relation to the organisation.

(1636)Electoral Reform Services (Daily Mail)

Electoral Reform Services complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Lewis Silkin solicitors of London that an article about the Alternative Vote campaign contained inaccuracies.

(1637)Ms Pippa Middleton (The Daily Telegraph)

Ms Pippa Middleton complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Harbottle & Lewis solicitors of London that a photograph of her which had been published by the newspaper had been taken in circumstances of harassment.

(1638)Ms Pippa Middleton (The Sun)

Ms Pippa Middleton complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Harbottle & Lewis solicitors of London that photographs of her which had been published by the newspaper had been taken in circumstances of harassment.

(1639)A man (Helensburgh Advertiser)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Woman indecently assaulted in pub', published in the Helensburgh Advertiser on 20 January 2011, was inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1640)Cllr Billy Blekinsopp (Daily Mail)

Cllr Billy Blenkinsopp complained through his representative, Syd Howarth, that the newspaper had breached Clause 12 (Discrimination) of the Editors' Code by publishing an article that commented unfavourably on a wig he wears.

(1641)Mrs Margaret Grant (Sunday Mail)

Mrs Margaret Grant complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting on the death of her son contained inaccuracies and was misleading.

(1642)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an online article reporting on a sexual assault contained a number of inaccuracies.

(1643)Ms Mary Garside (Express & Star (Wolverhampton))

Ms Mary Garside complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a fake photograph of Osama Bin Laden's corpse, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy).

(1644)Mark Duggan (Burton Mail)

Mark Duggan complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an online article which, in his view, suggested that he had engaged in a controversial email conversation with a colleague at the college where he worked.

(1645)Leanne Bingham (Sevenoaks Chronicle)

Leanne Bingham complained to the Press Complaints Commission the newspaper had wrongly used her photograph to illustrate an article about a different woman, who had been convicted of poisoning with intent to injure, aggrieve or annoy.

(1646)Karen Machin (St Helens Reporter)

Karen Machin complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's online coverage of the inquest into the death of her partner contained a number of inaccuracies and reported personal details which represented an intrusion into her private and family life at a time of grief.

(1647)Patrick Casey (The Sun)

Patrick Casey of Full Fact complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccuracies in relation to a pilot study of how welfare reforms will affect current incapacity benefit claimants.

(1648)Ms Judith Fine (Daily Mail)

Ms Judith Fine complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article about health food junkies' for which she had given an interview to the newspaper contained a number of inaccurate claims about her eating habits and attitude to certain foods.

(1649)Chrissi Lee (Colchester Gazette)

Chrissi Lee complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which stated that members of the Travelling community were responsible for dumping waste at a site in Essex when, in fact, it was not possible to prove this was the case.

(1650)Glasgow Bar Association (Scottish Daily Mail)

Kenneth Waddell, President of the Glasgow Bar Association, complained that the newspaper had published an article which wrongly suggested that solicitors in a particular trial had requested bail for their client as a reason to charge more when, in fact, the main reason for obtaining bail is that it allows for more extensive case preparation.

(1651)Mrs Melissa Handy (The Herald (Plymouth))

Mrs Melissa Handy complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had incorrectly stated that she had made a 'false allegation of rape'.

(1652)A man (Daily Mail)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article had named him and made clear his previous occupation despite written confirmation that he would not be identified, in breach of Clause 14 of the Editors' Code.

(1653)Mr Callum Chaplin on behalf of Ms Lucy Gamble (Daily Mail)

Mr Callum Chaplin complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of Ms Lucy Gamble that an article reporting that she had posted photographs of herself on a magazine's website contained inaccuracies.

(1654)Cheryl Cole (Look)

Ms Cheryl Cole complained to the Press Complaints Commission (through her representatives, Supersonic PR) that an article was incorrect in its assertion that she had decided to move in with fellow musician Will.i.am.

(1655)Lisa Brinkley (Dunstable Gazette)

Lisa Brinkley complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a court report pertaining to her brother's sentencing which contained inaccuracies.

(1656)A woman (The Sun)

A woman related to the convicted killer Michael Sweeney complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article about her family had contained inaccuracies, intruded into her privacy, and - through the publication of a photograph of two other family members - might have identified her as the relative of a convicted criminal.

(1657)Ms Kelly Wilson (Daily Mail)

Ms Kelly Wilson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article discussing how individuals of different backgrounds and finances viewed themselves as middle class had misrepresented comments she gave to the reporter.

(1658)Mr Paul Martin (Daily Mail)

Mr Paul Martin of Nuneaton complained to the Press Complaints Commission about a photograph that had been included in an article about paedophile twins' who had previously lived in Camp Hill, Nuneaton.

(1659)Bill Wiggin MP (Ledbury Reporter)

Bill Wiggin MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which reported on his expenses was inaccurate and misleading.

(1660)Bill Wiggin MP (Sunday Mirror)

Bill Wiggin MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which reported on his expenses was inaccurate and misleading.

(1661)A man (The Guardian)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which reported whistleblower claims that employee concerns over illegitimate restraint techniques' used by security firm G4S had been ignored.

(1662)Full Fact (The Daily Telegraph)

Patrick Casey of Full Fact complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccuracies in relation to a pilot study of how welfare reforms will affect current incapacity benefit claimants.

(1663)April Bennett (West Briton)

April Bennett complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article reporting police raids on individuals owing unpaid fines.

(1664)Judith Shirres (The Daily Telegraph)

Judith Shirres complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information regarding an estimate of the economic costs to the UK of immigration.

(1665)A woman (Southern Daily Echo)

A WOMAN complained to the PCC that an article published in the Southern Daily Echo contained material that had identified her daughter as a victim of sexual assault in breach of Clause 7 (children in sex cases) and Clause 11 (victims of sexual assault) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1666)Bill Wiggin MP (The Daily Telegraph)

Bill Wiggin MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a comment piece was inaccurate and misleading when it stated that he had been 'found guilty of dishonesty'.

(1667)EastEnders (Daily Mirror)

Ms Carolyn Weinstein, Company Manager of EastEnders, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article about a threat to ban staff, including cast members, caught leaking storylines was misleading when it suggested - particularly through the use of a photograph - that Shane Richie and Steve McFadden were under suspicion.

(1668)Jack P Shepherd (The People)

Coronation Street actor Jack P Shepherd complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which contained various inaccuracies regarding his relationship with the mother of his child and his provision of child maintenance.

(1669)Full Fact (Daily Mail)

Patrick Casey of Full Fact complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccuracies in relation to a pilot study of how welfare reforms will affect current incapacity benefit claimants.

(1670)Sir Alan Davies (Willesden & Brent Times)

Sir Alan Davies complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting on an investigation into bonuses at a school of which he was head teacher contained inaccuracies.

(1671)Helen Iaccarino (The Citizen (Gloucester))

Helene Iaccarino complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's coverage of her daughter's tragic and unexpected death contained inaccuracies and represented an intrusion into her grief in breach of the Editors' Code.

(1672)A married couple (Daily Record)

A married couple complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had quoted them in a misleading context in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code and raised further breaches of Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 4 (Harassment) of the Code.

(1673)Allan Reid (The Sun)

Allan Reid complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published his private medical details in relation to an allegation (which had subsequently been dismissed) of professional misconduct.

(1674)James Davidson (Falkirk Herald)

James Davidson complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of Corrie Data Services that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in relation to a court case.

(1675)Mr Des Dobson (Birmingham Mail)

Mr Des Dobson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper incorrectly claimed that his son had been involved in an incident in December 2010 when it had in fact been in December 2009.

(1676)Susan Jarvis (Daily Mail)

Susan Jarvis complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article about the various ways in which people adorn the graves of their loved ones accompanied by a photograph of her son's grave.

(1677)Peter Reynolds (Evening Standard)

Peter Reynolds, leader of Cannabis Law Reform, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate and misleading information about the potential harm of cannabis.

(1678)Mr Christopher Bulmer (Sunday Sport)

Mr Christopher Bulmer complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had incorrectly claimed that Derrick Bird had met 'twin ladyboy hookers' at his bar, 'Spicey Girls A Go Go', in Pattaya Beach, Thailand.

(1679)The Association of Leading Hungarian Dental Clinics (Daily Mirror)

The Association of Leading Hungarian Dental Clinics approached the Press Complaints Commission, via Mackrell Turner Garrett Solicitors, with concerns about an article reporting a woman's negative experience of travelling to Hungary for specialist dental treatment.

(1680)Mr Andrew Murray (fishupdate.com)

Mr Andrew Murray, son of Sheryll Murray MP, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article had reported inaccurately that his father Neil Murray had drowned after falling from his vessel while out fishing.

(1681)Mr Andrew Murray (Daily Mail)

Mr Andrew Murray, son of Sheryll Murray MP, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an on-line article had reported inaccurately that his father Neil Murray had drowned after falling from his vessel while out fishing.

(1682)Susan Jarvis (Daily Mail)

Susan Jarvis complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article about the various ways in which people adorn the graves of their loved ones accompanied by a photograph of her son's grave.

(1683)Samaritans (Wrexham Evening Leader)

Ms Nicola Peckett, Head of Communications for Samaritans, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article contained excessive detail about the suicide of a man who had died by inhalation of carbon monoxide.

(1684)Sir Alan Langlands (Daily Mail)

Sir Alan Langlands of the Higher Education Funding Council for England complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article had seriously misrepresented the conclusions of the National Audit Office's report on 'Regulating Financial Sustainability in Higher Education' and presented a misleading and distorted picture of the financial health of universities.

(1685)Ian Strachan (Press & Journal (Aberdeen))

Ian Strachan complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article was inaccurate in stating that he had served 22 months in prison; in fact it was 30 months.

(1686)Mrs Vicky Cattell (Evening Standard)

Mrs Vicky Cattell complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published claims about the cause of her daughter's death before it had been established by the post mortem.

(1687)Mrs Vicky Cattell (Hackney Gazette)

Mrs Vicky Cattell complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published claims about the cause of her daughter's death before it had been established by the post mortem.

(1688)Miss Lisa Anne Docherty (Scottish Sun)

Miss Lisa Anne Docherty complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published several inaccuracies about her.

(1689)Mr Faisal (Daily Mail)

Mr Faisal complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the publication of a photograph depicting Muslim women in the context of an article about illegal immigration was misleading.

(1690)Mr Ian Allen (Daily Mail)

Mr Ian Allen of London complained to the Press Complaints Commission that two articles reporting on the recent industrial dispute between the London Fire Brigade and the Fire Brigade Union were inaccurate and misleading.

(1691)Maaike Voorhoeve (Daily Mail)

Maaike Voorhoeve complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article about the work-life balance achieved by Dutch women in which she was misquoted.

(1692)Donna Fleming (Pick Me Up)

Mrs Donna Fleming complained to the PCC that Pick Me Up had paid an associate of a convicted criminal for an article headlined 'Forensics tore my flat apart in breach of Clause 16 (Payment to criminals) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1693)Zac Goldsmith MP (The Sunday Times)

Zac Goldsmith MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that reference to him, including the publication of his photograph, in an article about the Treasury's planned closure of a stamp duty loophole was inaccurate and misleading; in fact, he had always paid full stamp duty on his properties.

(1694)Jacques More (Pick Me Up)

Jacques More complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the magazine had published a 'real life' article containing a number of inaccuracies and misleading statements regarding his appearance, his relationship with an ex-work colleague and the nature of his advances towards her.

(1695)Disability Alliance (Daily Mail)

Neil Coyle, the Director of Policy for the Disability Alliance, complained to the Press Complaints Commission - with the support of a number of other prominent charity organisations - that the newspaper had published a misleading article on the subject of disability related benefits.

(1696)Croydon Council (Croydon Advertiser)

Croydon Council complained that an article which claimed that there had been lengthy delays' in the provision of adaptations to social housing for disabled and elderly council tenants contained a number of inaccuracies.

(1697)Mr and Mrs Lee Bull (Western Mail)

Mr and Mrs Lee Bull complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccuracies in relation to a road traffic collision in which they had been involved.

(1698)Mr and Mrs Lee Bull (South Wales Echo)

Mr and Mrs Lee Bull complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccuracies in relation to a road traffic collision in which they had been involved.

(1699)Mr and Mrs Lee Bull (Pontypridd & LLantrisant Observer)

Mr and Mrs Lee Bull complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccuracies in relation to a road traffic collision in which they had been involved.

(1700)Camilla Sutcliffe (The Daily Telegraph)

Camilla Sutcliffe complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust that the newspaper had published misleading information in respect of the Trust's decision to close Accident & Emergency services at Burney hospital.

(1701)A man (Daily Record)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article about a man who had been detained indefinitely at the State Hospital, Carstairs, was inaccurate in referring to him as having been 'caged'.

(1702)Professor Martha Mundy (Jewish Chronicle)

Professor Martha Mundy complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccurate and misleading account of a dispute that had taken place following a student union debate at the London School of Economics about a possible academic boycott of Israel.

(1703)Network Private Hire (Sunday Mail)

Network Private Hire complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Bannatyne, Kirkwood, France & Co Solicitors that an article had stated inaccurately that James Baxter was a boss and a major share-holder of Network Private Hire.

(1704)A man (The Argus (Brighton))

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published his job title and company after he had specifically requested that it did not.

(1705)West London Mental Health Trust (Daily Mail)

Ms Charlene Stephenson, Communications Manager for West London Mental Health NHS Trust complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an on-line article had claimed incorrectly that Ian Brady was a patient at Broadmoor Hospital.

(1706)Andrew Perry (The Mail on Sunday)

Andrew Perry, a Crown Advocate for the Crown Prosecution Service, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a number of inaccuracies in an article about a presentation he had given while on secondment to Road Safety Support Ltd.

(1707)Prince Jonathan Doria Pamphilj (The Sunday Times)

Prince Jonathan Doria Pamphilj complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published two inaccurate articles.

(1708)Mr Anthony Bailey OBE (Daily Mail)

Mr Anthony Bailey OBE complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article had referred to an accusation of blackmail made against him in 1995, but had failed to make clear that the case was dismissed in a magistrate's court, which found that the person making the allegation was a fraud' and an imposter'.

(1709)Graham Elwell (Express & Star (Wolverhampton))

Graham Elwell complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which contained a number of inaccuracies relating to plans to develop homes on a site in Rugeley, Staffordshire.

(1710)Mr Julian Williams (The Sun)

Mr Julian Williams on behalf of SOFA Project complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which reported on a man convicted of rape who was allowed out of jail to work in the SOFA Project furniture warehouse contained inaccuracies and was misleading.

(1711)Mr Lee Vaughan (Western Morning News)

Mr Lee Vaughan complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on his conviction which contained inaccuracies and was misleading.

(1712)Mr Lee Vaughan (Herald Express (Torquay))

Mr Lee Vaughan complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on his conviction which contained inaccuracies and was misleading.

(1713)Mr Lee Vaughan (The Sun)

Mr Lee Vaughan complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on his conviction contained inaccuracies and was misleading.

(1714)Peter Reynolds (Lancashire Evening Post)

Peter Reynolds, leader of Cannabis Law Reform, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate and misleading information about the potential harm of cannabis.

(1715)A woman (Dumfries & Galloway Standard)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published information that could identify a child victim of crime in breach of Clause 7 (Children in sex cases) and Clause 11 (Victims of sexual assault).

(1716)Full Fact (The Sun)

Full Fact complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting on life expectancy on the Gurnos estate in Merthyr Tydfil was inaccurate and misleading.

(1717)Mr Michael Shaw (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Michael Shaw from Edinburgh complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an online article which reported that, in the course of a recent protest in Manchester, NUS President Aaron Porter had been surrounded' by demonstrators who barracked [him] with anti-Semitic insults'.

(1718)A married couple (Scottish Sun)

A married couple complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had quoted them in a misleading context in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code and intruded into their private lives in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Code.

(1719)A married couple (Scottish News of the World)

A married couple complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had quoted them in a misleading context in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code and intruded into their private lives in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Code.

(1720)Mr Michael Shaw (Daily Mail)

Mr Michael Shaw from Edinburgh complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an online article which reported that, in the course of a recent protest in Manchester, NUS President Aaron Porter had been surrounded' by demonstrators who hurled' anti-Semitic abuse at him.

(1721)Mr David Amess (The Echo (Southend))

Mr David Amess, Member of Parliament for Southend West, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which reported a question he had asked in Parliament about sustainable local transport was inaccurate and misleading.

(1722)Ian Strachan (Evening Standard)

Ian Strachan complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article containing inaccuracies (which had originally been published by the Daily Mail in 2008) was available on the newspaper's website.

(1723)Ian Strachan (Daily Mail)

Ian Strachan complained to the Press Complaints Commission that articles published in 2007 and 2008 in the Daily Mail (which remained available on the newspaper's website) were inaccurate on a number of points.

(1724)Samaritans (Liverpool Daily Post)

Ms Nicola Peckett, Head of Communications for Samaritans, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article contained excessive detail about the suicide of a man who had died by inhalation of carbon monoxide.

(1725)Liberal Democrat Party (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Tim Farron MP, President of the Liberal Democrat Party, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a series of articles in The Daily Telegraph on 21 December 2010, 22 December 2010 and 23 December 2010 contained information which had been obtained using subterfuge in breach of Clause 10 (Clandestine devices and subterfuge) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1726)Tom Glancz (The Sunday Times)

Tom Glancz complained to the Press Complaints Commission that two of the newspaper's columnists had made inaccurate references to the crime rate in Nottingham in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code.

(1727)Mr Tim Cowen (Camden New Journal)

Mr Tim Cowen of NSL complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article reporting on a dispute over working hours in its parking enforcement operation, which it ran on behalf of Camden Council.

(1728)Dr Julie-Ann Little (Belfast News Letter)

Dr Julie-Anne Little complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which was accompanied by a photograph of a garage (owned by the complainant) and incorrectly identified it as the location of a double murder that took place in 1991.

(1729)Mr Tim Matthews (Evening Echo (Basildon))

Mr Tim Matthews on behalf of Mr Paul Lawton, Mrs Evey Upton and Mr David Cooper complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which was unfair, inaccurate and misleading.

(1730)Michael Duckett (Real People)

Michael Duckett complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the magazine had published a photograph of his mother's grave which he considered intrusive and insensitive as she had passed away very recently and he and his family were still grieving their loss.

(1731)Ms Tracy Lyon (The Sun)

Ms Tracy Lyon complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article about a scheme to set up enterprise zones which she considered to have no factual basis.

(1732)Christopher Hackett (Daily Mirror)

Christopher Hackett complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccuracies in relation to a court case in which stepson, Reece Kent, had pleaded guilty to a charge of inflicting grievous bodily harm.

(1733)English PEN (The Sun)

Mr Jonathan Heawood, Director of English PEN, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article was inaccurate and misleading when it suggested that a visit by the poet Shazea Quraishi to HMP Bulwood Hall was funded by taxpayers; in fact, the visit was funded by the charity.

(1734)A man (Staffordshire Newsletter)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article published in the Staffordshire Newsletter identified a child victim of sex abuse in breach of Clause 7 (Children in sex cases) and Clause 11 (Victims of sexual assault) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1735)Full Fact (The Daily Telegraph)

Full Fact complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an online article reporting on life expectancy on the Gurnos estate in Merthyr Tydfil was inaccurate and misleading.

(1736)Will Moy of Full Fact (Daily Mail)

Will Moy of Full Fact complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccuracy in relation to the findings of a review of the legislative framework and arrangements for children with special education needs and disabilities.

(1737)Mr Philip Caddick (Chester Chronicle)

Mr Philip Caddick complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper referred to sun beds as 'killers' and that it incorrectly claimed a ban on sunbeds in gyms would 'help save millions of lives every year'.

(1738)Mr James Middleton (Daily Mail)

Mr James Middleton complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which referred to his connection with the company Forestry for Life contained inaccuracies.

(1739)Paul Golding (Kent on Sunday)

Paul Golding complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had wrongly reported that he was once expelled from the BNP for allegedly attacking a fellow councillor.

(1740)West London Mental Health Trust (Daily Mirror)

Ms Charlene Stephenson, Communications Manager for West London Mental Health NHS Trust complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article had contained inaccurate and inappropriate language when it described Broadmoor Hospital as a 'jail'.

(1741)Mr Cael Sendell-Price (South Wales Echo)

Mr Cael Sendell-Price, who was a member of a group which received a Prince's Trust award, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had claimed the team was made up of 'educational underachievers, former offenders and unemployed young people'.

(1742)Katy Poynter (Bucks Free Press)

Katy Poynter complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a report of the inquest into her brother's death which contained inaccuracies.

(1743)Mrs Wendy Smith (Steyning Herald)

Mrs Wendy Smith of West Sussex complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a report of an inquest into the death of her daughter, Melissa, was insensitive and had caused great upset to her family.

(1744)Ms Cheryl Cole (Grazia)

Ms Cheryl Cole complained (through her representatives Supersonic PR) about a story published in December, 2010.

(1745)Mrs Wendy Smith (The Argus (Brighton))

Mrs Wendy Smith of West Sussex complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a report of an inquest into the death of her daughter, Melissa, was insensitive and had caused great upset to her family.

(1746)Brighton & Hove City Council (The Argus (Brighton))

Brighton & Hove City Council complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had reported the council's response to a story about complaints received from residents regarding the condition of roads in the local area but had distorted its position by omitting key details.

(1747)Mr Mark Hazel (Birmingham Mail)

Mr Mark Hazel of Birmingham complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article had erroneously listed his son, also named Mark Hazel, as living at Dulwich Road, Kingstanding.

(1748)Robert Cooke (The Sun)

Robert Cooke complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a composite image showing a Libyan rebel standing defiantly beneath three jets flown by Colonel Gaddafi's forces.

(1749)Mrs Debbie Edwards (Cornish Guardian)

Mrs Debbie Edwards of Newquay complained to the Press Complaints Commission about a statement which the newspaper had appended to an article paying tribute to her brother, Mr Paul Foster, who had recently passed away.

(1750)Mr Simon Foster (Cornish Guardian)

Mr Simon Foster of Newquay complained to the Press Complaints Commission about a statement which the newspaper had appended to an article paying tribute to his father, Mr Paul Foster, who had recently passed away.

(1751)The Rt Hon Lord Prescott (The Sun)

The Rt Hon Lord Prescott complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article in regard to his expenses in the House of Lords was inaccurate and misleading.

(1752)Two women (The Courier (Dundee))

Two women complained separately to the Press Complaints Commission that an article published in the Courier and Advertiser (Dundee) in January 2011 contained material that had identified their daughters as victims of sexual assault in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy), Clause 7 (Children in sex cases) and Clause 11 (Victims of sexual assault) of the Editors' Code.

(1753)Mr Richard Davies (The Sun)

Mr Richard Davies complained to the PCC that three articles published by The Sun were inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1754)Mr Richard Davies (Daily Mirror)

Mr Richard Davies complained to the PCC that two articles published in the Daily Mirror were inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1755)Mr Richard Davies (Evening Standard)

Mr Richard Davies complained to the PCC that three articles published in the London Evening Standard were inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1756)Mr Richard Davies (The Guardian)

Mr Richard Davies complained to the PCC that two articles published in The Guardian were inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1757)Mr Richard Davies (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Richard Davies complained to the PCC that an article published in The Daily Telegraph on 11 January 2010, was inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1758)Mr Richard Davies (Daily Mail)

Mr Richard Davies complained to the PCC that three articles published by the Daily Mail were inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1759)Jessie Wright (Bristol Evening Post)

Jessie Wright complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inquest report on the death of her sister-in-law which contained a number of inaccuracies.

(1760)Dr Paul Baker (The Independent)

Dr Paul Baker complained that the newspaper had published a comment piece containing the inaccurate claim that there has never been an incidence of HIV infection in the UK porn industry.

(1761)Allan Reid (Clydebank Post)

Allan Reid complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published his private medical details in relation to an allegation (which had subsequently been dismissed) of professional misconduct.

(1762)Ms CC Lee (Daily Mail)

Ms C.C. Lee of Kent complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting on a shooting at Smithfield Horse Fair in Dublin was misleading.

(1763)Richard Walker (Daily Mail)

Mr Richard Walker complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article was misleading when it suggested that the pension of a refuse collector was 10,000 per annum.

(1764)Edward Cameron (Cambridge News)

Mr Edward Cameron complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting on reductions in bus services contained inaccuracies.

(1765)FullFact (Daily Mail)

Full Fact complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an online article reporting on life expectancy on the Gurnos estate in Merthyr Tydfil was inaccurate and misleading.

(1766)FullFact (Daily Mirror)

Full Fact complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting on life expectancy on the Gurnos estate in Merthyr Tydfil was inaccurate and misleading.

(1767)Trevor Mooney (Glossop Advertiser)

Trevor Mooney complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a misleading report regarding his application to build twenty-four homes on a disused car park in Dinting, Derbuyshire.

(1768)Neil Roberts (Daily Mail)

Mr Neil Roberts complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had illustrated an article about changes in the process of renewing firearms licenses with an image of handguns, which were not legal in the UK and did not relate to the issues discussed in the article.

(1769)NHS Blackpool (Blackpool Gazette)

Ms Colette Cassin, Head of Communications for NHS Blackpool, complained to the PCC about an article reporting a mother's claim that, after having received a letter from Marton Medical Practice inviting her to arrange a swine flu vaccination for her son, she had been informed by the Practice that the letter had been sent out in error.

(1770)Lord Ahmed (The Mail on Sunday)

Lord Ahmed complained to the PCC that an article reporting on the grooming of girls by Asian men contained inaccuracies and distorted his views.

(1771)Clare Hayes (Daily Echo (Bournemouth))

Claire Hayes complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had approached her at home following her appearance in Bournemouth Magistrates' Court.

(1772)Baroness Greenfield (The Sunday Telegraph)

Baroness Greenfield complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Lewis Silkin solicitors of London that a diary item in relation to her was inaccurate and misleading.

(1773)Mr John Martin (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr John Martin complained to the Press Complaints Commission about a report on the recent industrial dispute between the London Fire Brigade and the Fire Brigade Union.

(1774)Dr Colin Eagle (Coventry Telegraph)

Dr Colin Eagle complained that an article was inaccurate when it stated that he was the diving partner of a diver who had lost his life.

(1775)Ms Katie Price (Daily Mirror)

Ms Katie Price complained through her solicitors, Archerfield Partners LLP about 6 articles which she said contained inaccurate claims about the circumstances of her break-up with husband Alex Reid.

(1776)Mr Kevin Arscott (Daily Mail)

Mr Kevin Arscott complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the claim Father Christmas had been banned from a children's nursery due to a complaint from a Muslim family represented the newspaper's conjecture yet had been presented as fact.

(1777)Mr Lance Landau (The Sun)

Mr Lance Landau complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had repeatedly and incorrectly referred to Raoul Moat as a 'cop killer' on its website.

(1778)Allan Reid (Evening Standard)

Allan Reid complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published his private medical details in relation to an allegation (which had subsequently been dismissed) of professional misconduct.

(1779)Allan Reid (The Sun)

Allan Reid complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published his private medical details in relation to an allegation (which had subsequently been dismissed) of professional misconduct.

(1780)Mr Enda McVeigh (The Mail on Sunday)

Mr Enda McVeigh complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article had intruded into his privacy when it published a photograph of his house and details of where he lived and of his family.

(1781)Mrs Sue Hodge (The Daily Telegraph)

Mrs Sue Hodge complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a photograph of her house, boat house and further property in the context of an article relating to second homes in Helford.

(1782)A man (The Times)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had incorrectly claimed that he had sued police for 50,000.

(1783)Mr Bob Whittome (Epping Forest Guardian)

Mr Bob Whittome, clerk to Epping Town Council, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting on tributes to Ian Anderson - a controversial' local figure who had recently passed away - had inaccurately referred to him as a friend' of Mr Anderson.

(1784)Mr Eddie Muir  (Daily Mirror)

Mr Eddie Muir complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's Birthdays' column had erroneously listed Lynn Redgrave as turning 68 on March 8 2011, when, in fact, she had died in May 2010.

(1785)Ms Cheryl Cole (The Sun)

Ms Cheryl Cole complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Supersonic PR that a published photograph of her had been taken inside a hotel complex in a place where she had a reasonable expectation of privacy.

(1786)A man (Daily Record)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 9 (Reporting of Crime) of the Editors' Code in reporting on a shooting that had taken place at his home.

(1787)Sir Andrew Motion (Daily Mail)

Sir Andrew Motion, chair of the Museums, Libraries & Archives Council, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate and misleading information about remarks made in an email by the Chief Executive of the MLA, Roy Clare.

(1788)Lord Martin of Springburn (The Sunday Telegraph)

Lord Martin of Springburn complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which claimed that he was part of a 'Labour heavy mob' intent on disrupting proceedings in the House of Lords was inaccurate and misleading.

(1789)A man (The People)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had intruded into his private life in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) in publishing an article about his former wife.

(1790)Roger Wade (Evening Standard)

Roger Wade, Director of Boxpark, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate and misleading information in relation to Boxpark, a temporary retail development in Shoreditch.

(1791)Claudia Adusei (The Independent)

Claudia Adusei complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published three articles (one in print and two online) that wrongly named her as a woman who had died after travelling to America for cosmetic surgery.

(1792)Claudia Adusei (Daily Mirror)

Claudia Adusei complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an online article which erroneously named her as a woman who had died after travelling to America for cosmetic surgery.

(1793)Claudia Adusei (The Daily Telegraph)

Claudia Adusei complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an online article which erroneously named her as a woman who had died after travelling to America for cosmetic surgery.

(1794)Claudia Adusei (The Guardian)

Claudia Adusei complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an online article which erroneously named her as a woman who had died after travelling to America for cosmetic surgery.

(1795)Claudia Adusei (Metro)

Claudia Adusei complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an online article which erroneously named her as a woman who had died after travelling to America for cosmetic surgery.

(1796)Mr Yousef Bozorgmehr (The Guardian)

Mr Yousef Bozorgmehr complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an online article was inaccurate and misleading when it implied that security forces were responsible for the death of two youths at an anti-government rally in Iran.

(1797)Mr David Burns (Liverpool Echo)

Mr David Burns complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an online article relating to claims of police appearing to beat a man in a park - which led to an official investigation - had not distinguished clearly between comment, conjecture and fact, and was misleading as a result.

(1798)Councillor Peter Langdon (The Sun)

Councillor Peter Langdon complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccuracies in relation to spending by Gosport Borough Council in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code.

(1799)Michael Duckett (Daily Mail)

Michael Duckett complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a photograph of his mother's grave which he considered intrusive and insensitive as she had passed away very recently and he and his family were still grieving their loss.

(1800)Simon Shaw (Halifax Evening Courier)

Simon Shaw, owner of Legacy Comics, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article regarding a protest in a Halifax shopping centre which quoted him but, in his view, misrepresented his position and caused adverse comment from readers of the online piece.

(1801)Mr Jim Harris (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr James Harris of Highworth complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the headline and opening paragraph of an article reporting the results of a study on glaciers claimed incorrectly that the study had found that glaciers were advancing rather than retreating.

(1802)Gregory Jananto (The Sun)

Gregory Jananto complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately reported that an altercation at his workplace resulted in him attempting to strangle a colleague.

(1803)A man (Evening Star (Ipswich))

A local resident complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an online article reporting on a murder was misleading when it published a photograph of a house, wrongly captioned as the murder scene.

(1804)Christopher Hackett (Evening Standard)

Christopher Hackett complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccuracies in relation to a court case involving his stepson, Reece Kent.

(1805)A woman (Worcester News)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had raised a breach of Clause 6 (Children) in relation to a court report about charges of child neglect against her.

(1806)Susana Skinner (Grazia)

Susana Skinner complained to the PCC that the magazine had published her account of assisted conception but presented it under the headline 'I bought my eggs in a Spanish baby factory' and included the sentence 'we bought the egg that created Raphael from a baby factory in Spain, so the chance of Raphael looking like me was even smaller than my one per cent chance of conceiving'.

(1807)Mr Paul Sandi (Evening Standard)

Mr Paul Sandi complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper incorrectly referred to Iran as an Arab country.

(1808)A man (East Anglian Daily Times)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article contained a description of him that was inaccurate and misleading.

(1809)Mrs Karyn Killiner (Daily Mail)

Mrs Karyn Killiner complained to the Press Complaints Commission that various articles relating to her daughter, Amy Leigh Barnes - some published in 2009 (which remained available online) and others published in 2010 - contained numerous inaccuracies and intruded into her grief.

(1810)Alan Sharpe (The Cumberland News)

Alan Sharpe complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a biased, misleading account of his hearing at Carlisle Magistrates' Court for an alleged failure to comply with a planning notice issued by his local council.

(1811)Mr David Lant (The Sun)

Mr David Lant, a prisoner at HMP Bure, complained that the newspaper continued to publish two articles reporting that he had been accused of sexual assault when on day release, despite the fact that he had been cleared of all charges.

(1812)A woman (Sunday Life)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting that Martin Morris was facing charges of sexually abusing three girls contained the inaccurate claim that the alleged victims had complained to Sinn Fein and the IRA.

(1813)Ian Priest (Evening Standard)

Ian Priest complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccurate article about the crime patterns shown on the Police.uk website.

(1814)Councillor Peter Langdon (The Daily Telegraph)

Councillor Peter Langdon complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper incorrectly reported that Gosport Borough Council sent ninety-three delegates to Madrid on a waste collection contract visit at a cost of 17,350.

(1815)A woman (The Scotsman)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission, on behalf of her partner, that an article about report into a child's welfare was inaccurate and misleading when it claimed that her partner was a 'sex offender', which was not the case.

(1816)Miss Stacey Hart (South Manchester Reporter)

Miss Stacey Hart, the girlfriend of Broughton Park rugby player Jamie Harrison, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a picture caption had incorrectly referred to him as Danny Harrison.

(1817)Robert Barnes through David ORourke  (Scottish Daily Mail)

Robert Barnes complained through David O'Rourke to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and further breached Clauses 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) and 6 (Children) in reporting the tragic death of his daughter, Tracey Barnes.

(1818)A man on behalf of the group UK Uncut (The Sun)

A man on behalf of the group UK Uncut complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article was inaccurate when it referred to the group as 'anti-capitalist' and to the group's members as 'anarchists'.

(1819)Mrs Maureen Smith (The Daily Telegraph)

Mrs Maureen Smith complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had falsely claimed that Devonport High School for Girls had been near the bottom of the league table in 2005, and that it gave a misleading impression that the school had been in need of rescuing.

(1820)Just Journalism (The Guardian)

Just Journalism complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article was inaccurate and misleading when it appeared to implicate Israel in the alleged plan to build a barrier dividing the northern border village of Ghajar.

(1821)Councillor Paul Rooney (Scottish Sun)

Councillor Paul Rooney complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Glasgow City Council that an article was misleading when it implied that he was responsible for a Christmas tree being put up by the Council near his home.

(1822)Ms Louise Dale (Daily Mail)

Ms Louise Dale of Ashton Under Lyne complained to the Press Complaints Commission about a photograph appearing in a report on child obesity in Britain, which she believed to be an image of her son.

(1823)Mr Alfred John, Deputy Chair of the Metropolitan Black Police Association (Daily Mail)

Mr Alfred John, Deputy Chair of the Metropolitan Black Police Association, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article was inaccurate it when it stated that claims made by Raphaella Hamilton-Appiah against Martin Tiplady were 'supported' by the organisation.

(1824)Mr Brian Simpson (Scottish Daily Mail)

Mr Brian Simpson of Glasgow complained to the Press Complaints Commission that his family had been harassed by the Scottish Daily Mail in breach of Clause 4 (Harassment) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1825)Ben Dickson (Daily Mail)

Ben Dickson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article on the subject of migration which was illustrated by a mislabelleddata table.

(1826)David Kerr (Sunday World)

David Kerr complained that the newspaper had published an article which contained a number of inaccurate claims about him and his membership to various political groups.

(1827)Mr Antonios Athinaios (Daily Mail)

Mr Antonios Athinaios, owner of Kalypso Apartments in Gouvia, Corfu, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately identified his apartments as the site where a British tourist had been seriously injured.

(1828)Miss Robin Webster (Daily Mail)

Miss Robin Webster complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting on rising sea levels which was inaccurate and misleading.

(1829)Mrs Joan Redford (Surrey Herald)

Mrs Joan Redford complained to the Press Complaints Commission about a report on a police raid at a property on Nursery Road, Sunbury.

(1830)Mr David Lloyd (Evening Standard)

Mr David Lloyd of Chelsea complained to the Press Complaints Commission about the manner in which the newspaper had edited a letter he had submitted for publication.

(1831)Christopher Hackett (The Sun)

Christopher Hackett complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccuracies in relation to a court case involving his stepson, Reece Kent.

(1832)The Northern Health and Social Care Trust (Daily Mirror)

The Northern Health and Social Care Trust complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which inaccurately reported that two people had been admitted and treated in Causeway Hospital following carbon monoxide poisoning.

(1833)Carmarthenshire County Council (South Wales Guardian)

The PCC has today upheld a complaint against the South Wales Guardian under Clause 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1834)Mr Terry Lubbock (The Times)

Mr Terry Lubbock complained to the Press Complaints Commission through his representative, Harry Cichy, that an interview with Michael Barrymore included the latter's misleading accusation that Essex Police had failed to refute his allegation that Stuart Lubbock's rectal injuries were inflicted in the mortuary.

(1835)Mr Richard Steer (Hartlepool Mail)

Mr Richard Steer of Hartlepool complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which claimed that the government had decided to scrap funding for the charity Booktrust was inaccurate at the time of publication.

(1836)Steven Coxhead, Head of Media Services for Wiltshire Police (Daily Mirror)

Steven Coxhead, Head of Media Services for Wiltshire Police, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article relating to a police officer who was sacked following the assault of a prisoner beneath an entirely incorrect headline about an officer who was arrested on suspicion of perverting the course of justice.

(1837)Dr Jane Collins, the Chief Executive of Great Ormond Street Hospital (Sunday Express)

Dr Jane Collins, the Chief Executive of Great Ormond Street Hospital, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which reported that she had taken herself off the GMC register was inaccurate and misleading in regard to her reason for doing so.

(1838)Ms Jane Fae (Daily Mail)

Ms Jane Fae complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article gave the overall misleading impression that the NHS provided hair removal for transgender individuals for cosmetic purposes.

(1839)Mrs Karyn Killiner (Daily Star)

Mrs Karyn Killiner complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which referred to the friendship between her daughter, Amy Leigh Barnes, and Jennifer Thompson was inaccurate and misleading.

(1840)Ms Jemima French (Daily Mail)

Ms Jemima French complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Lewis Silkin Solicitors of London that an article was inaccurate and misleading when it claimed that she had 'apparently borrowed more than 250,000' from her company Frost French Limited.

(1841)West London Mental Health Trust (The Mail on Sunday)

Lucy McGee, Director of Communications at the West London Mental Health Trust complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article about the health and treatment of Peter Sutcliffe at Broadmoor Hospital was inaccurate and misleading.

(1842)Mr George Hogan (Croydon Advertiser)

Mr George Hogan complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting on his fitness to practice as a psychiatric nurse raised a breach of the Editors' Code.

(1843)Elizabeth Nonweiler (Times Educational Supplement)

Elizabeth Nonweiler complained that an article reporting on an Ofsted report on reading was inaccurate and misleading when it suggested that the report was broadly critical of the teaching of synthetic phonics.

(1844)A woman (Shropshire Star)

A headteacher complained that the newspaper had published an article in May 2010 about the death of one of the school's teachers which inaccurately stated that he had died of a heart attack while playing squash.

(1845)Angelika Voss (Harwich & Manningtree Standard)

Angelika Voss complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published print and online articles which misrepresented the results of a reader poll.

(1846)Councillor Alibor Choudhury (The Daily Telegraph)

Councillor Alibor Choudhury of Tower Hamlets Council complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a blog post about him was inaccurate and misleading when it stated that 'in 2006, he stood trial in connection with a gang attack'.

(1847)West London Mental Health Trust (The Guardian)

Mr Matt Barnfield, Communications Manager for the West London Mental Health NHS Trust, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the headline to an article reporting Peter Sutcliffe's appeal against a 'whole life minimum term' had set out that he 'must die in prison', while the opening paragraph stated that he would spend the rest of his life 'behind bars'.

(1848)West London Mental Health Trust (Now)

Ms Megan Singleton, Communications Manager for the West London Mental Health NHS trust, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an online article reporting Peter Sutcliffe's obsession with Cheryl Cole had referred inaccurately to Broadmoor Hospital as a 'prison'.

(1849)Mr Keith House (The Independent)

Mr Keith House complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had incorrectly stated that support for the Liberal Democrats had hit an all-time low.

(1850)Mr Geoffrey Castle (Daily Mail)

Mr Geoffrey Castle complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article had published his daughter's holiday photo and named her without her consent, which he considered to be an invasion of her privacy.

(1851)Ms Judith Crisp (News of the World)

Ms Judith Crisp of Ipswich complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article about Paul Mason, a former world's fattest man', had intruded into her private life.

(1852)Mr Dean Harris (South Wales Evening Post)

Mr Dean Harris of Swansea complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting on plans to move emergency surgery from Singleton to Morriston Hospital was inaccurate.

(1853)Mr Steve Merritt (The Sun)

Mr Steve Merritt complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article was inaccurate when it described a Glock 17 9 x 19 as a pellet gun in a caption to a photograph of the gun.

(1854)A woman (Daily Star)

A woman complained that she had been identified as an alleged rape victim in an article that contained inaccuracies.

(1855)A woman (The Press (York))

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting on a man being taken to hospital was inaccurate and misleading.

(1856)Miss Louise Pyne (The Guardian)

Miss Louise Pyne complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article was misleading when it suggested that she had asked the television presenter Miriam O'Reilly 'Is it time for botox?'.

(1857)Ms Judith Goeden (Surrey Mirror)

Ms Judith Goeden of Caterham complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which reported on her son's court case contained a number of inaccuracies.

(1858)Levy & McRae Solicitors (The Digger)

Levy & McRae Solicitors of Glasgow complained to the PCC that an article headlined 'Law firm Levy & McRae incompetent'', published in The Digger on 24 June 2010, was inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1859)University of Bedfordshire (The Sun)

Catherine Wall complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of the University of Bedfordshire that the newspaper had published inaccuracies about the University.

(1860)Catherine Rogerson (Daily Mail)

Catherine Rogerson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's coverage of the student tuition fee protests contained a quote in defence of the levels of violence used that was wrongly attributed to her.

(1861)Ms Jane Fae (The Sun)

Ms Jane Fae complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the article included a number of inaccuracies in regard to proposed guidelines for searches of transgender prisoners.

(1862)Mrs Ruksana Shain (Daily Mail)

Mrs Ruksana Shain complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article was misleading when it stated that animals slaughtered using halal methods "often die slowly and painfully".

(1863)Miss Louise Pyne (Evening Standard)

Miss Louise Pyne complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article was inaccurate when it suggested that she had told the television presenter Miriam O'Reilly 'It's time for botox'.

(1864)Miss Louise Pyne (The Daily Telegraph)

Miss Louise Pyne complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article was inaccurate when it suggested that she had said to the television presenter Miriam O'Reilly 'Is it time for botox'.

(1865)Hazel Ashley (Flintshire Evening Leader)

Hazel Ashley complained that the newspaper had published an article which remained available online following its initial publication in early 2010 and wrongly reported that her son, Neil, was found dead outside a house in Mancot, Flintshire.

(1866)Stephen Glenn (The Mail on Sunday)

Stephen Glenn, co-ordinator of Delga Northern Ireland, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccurate reference to an individual refusing an 'AIDS test'.

(1867)Mark Pritchard MP (Evening Standard)

Mr Mark Pritchard, Member of Parliament for The Wrekin, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a comment item was inaccurate and misleading when it suggested that he had visited certain countries at the taxpayer's expense.

(1868)A woman (Take a Break)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Liberty that an article in an October 2010 edition of Take a Break magazine intruded into her privacy and identified her as a victim of sexual assault in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 11 (Victims of sexual assault) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1869)Ms Jennie Kermode (The Sun)

Ms Jennie Kermode complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article had inaccurately referred to Brandon Teena, a transsexual man, as a girl who pretended to be a man.

(1870)Mr Tony Nyland (The Sun)

Mr Tony Nyland of Nyland Management complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article about his client, former Coronation Street actor Bruce Jones, was inaccurate and misleading.

(1871)Dawn Snowball (Hexham Courant)

Dawn Snowball complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an incorrect partial address for a criminal defendant.

(1872)Ms Suzanne Shaw (Daily Sport)

Ms Suzanne Shaw, the actress, complained to the Press Complaints Commission through ITV Yorkshire that an article was inaccurate when it claimed that - in a revealing photograph of her on a night out - she was not wearing any underwear.

(1873)A woman (Daily Echo (Bournemouth))

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that - by revealing the address of a man who had been convicted of child abuse - the newspaper had identified the child victims of a sexual assault, as well as intruded into their private lives.

(1874)Will Moy (The Independent)

Will Moy of Full Fact complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccuracy in relation to the findings of a review of the legislative framework and arrangements for children with special education needs and disabilities.

(1875)Will Moy (The Daily Telegraph)

Will Moy of Full Fact complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccuracy in relation to the findings of a review of the legislative framework and arrangements for children with special education needs and disabilities.

(1876)Family and Parenting Institute (Daily Mail)

Karen Brewer complained on behalf of the Family and Parenting Institute to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccuracies in relation to the Institute's position on the role and value of marriage.

(1877)Ms Sarah Baskerville (The Independent on Sunday)

Ms Sarah Baskerville complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'The hounding of Baskerville', published in the Independent on Sunday intruded into her privacy in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) and was misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1878)Ms Sarah Baskerville (Daily Mail)

Ms Sarah Baskerville complained to the PCC that an article headlined 'Oh please, stop this twit from Tweeting, someone', published in the Daily Mail, intruded into her privacy in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) and was misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1879)Simon Allso (The Mail on Sunday)

Simon Allso complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article was inaccurate in claims it made about his business activities.

(1880)Michael McCann MP (East Kilbride News)

Mr Michael McCann MP complained to the PCC that an article headlined 'MP claims 12,000 expenses in 4 months', published in the East Kilbride News on 8 December 2010, was inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1881)Mr Chris Lynch (The Guardian)

Mr Chris Lynch complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting on the discovery of a lost film was misleading when it failed to mention that he originally discovered that a copy of the film existed and put that information on to the internet.

(1882)Diocesan Director of Communications, Gavin Drake (Daily Mail)

Diocesan Director of Communications, Gavin Drake, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an online article about a vicar's prosecution for downloading child pornography which was accompanied by an inaccurate comment from a reader.

(1883)Ms Janice Troup (The Sun)

Ms Janice Troup, Head of ITV Press, Drama and Soaps, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which claimed that the 50th anniversary broadcast of Coronation Street had been targeted by Al-Qaeda was inaccurate and misleading.

(1884)Mr Peter Johnson (The Sun)

Mr Peter Johnson of Hitchin complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which claimed that firefighters earned more than nurses, police constables, Army lieutenants and RAF Pilots was misleading.

(1885)Mr Dougal Allan (Daily Express)

Mr Dougal Allan, co-organiser of the Rage Against the Machine for Xmas Number 1 Campaign, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately suggested that he and his colleagues were behind a campaign seeking to help Wagner Carrilho to win the X-Factor.

(1886)Ms Godwin-Seidl (The Mail on Sunday)

Ms Godwin-Seidl complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a column piece had inaccurately suggested that the Second World War was not taught in Austrian schools, and that Austrians regarded The Sound of Music as a Jewish conspiracy.

(1887)Ms Dorothy Dorrington (Newham Recorder)

Ms Dorothy Dorrington of London complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a newspaper's report of her son's court case contained a number of inaccuracies.

(1888)Simon Cowell (Heat)

Simon Cowell complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Carter-Ruck solicitors that an article in the magazine was inaccurate.

(1889)Mr Peter Neilson (Daily Echo (Bournemouth))

Mr Peter Neilson of Bournemouth complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article about firefighters who receive the London weighting allowance, but live outside of the capital, was inaccurate and misleading.

(1890)A woman (Gravesend Reporter)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that, without obtaining her direct consent, the newspaper had published details of her medical condition.

(1891)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that she had been misquoted in an article about the seasonal closure of Heather Mills' V-Bites restaurant.

(1892)Mr Struan McRae Spencer (Exeter Express & Echo)

Mr Struan McRae Spencer complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had included private details about him in an article without his permission.

(1893)Mr Norman Parkes (The Guardian)

Mr Norman Parkes complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper implied that a 'mohel' was a medical expert.

(1894)Ms Lucy McGee, Director of Communications for the West London Mental Health Trust (Sunday Express)

Ms Lucy McGee, Director of Communications for the West London Mental Health Trust, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the headline to an online article was inaccurate when it referred to 'Broadmoor prisoners'.

(1895)Ms Lucy McGee, Director of Communications for the West London Mental Health Trust (Daily Mail)

Ms Lucy McGee, Director of Communications for the West London Mental Health Trust, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that two articles - one from 2008 and another on the same subject in 2010 - were inaccurate when they claimed that an individual had twice undergone gender reassignment surgery at the NHS gender clinic at Charing Cross Hospital.

(1896)Hanif Raja (The Scotsman)

Hanif Raja complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately reported that a suspicious package found at Glasgow Airport was reported also to be destined for Lahore, in Pakistan.

(1897)Keith Sheldon (Selby Times)

Keith Sheldon complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a report of his son's court hearing that contained errors relating to the charges faced.

(1898)Robert Fletcher, Managing Director of Strategic Book Publishing (The Sun)

Robert Fletcher, Managing Director of Strategic Book Publishing, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which inaccurately stated that the company had signed a six year-old schoolboy as a new author and commissioned him to write twenty-four books.

(1899)Rizwan Ahmed Kiyani (The Times)

Rizwan Ahmed Kiyani complained, via Latitude Law, to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which, in his view, contained a number of inaccuracies relating to his business and academic life and details of his UK citizenship.

(1900)Jazz singer Stacey Kent (Evening Standard)

Jazz singer Stacey Kent complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a review of her latest album which inaccurately stated that she had learned French with the sole aim of selling more records in France.

(1901)Senga Townsley (Sunday Mercury)

Senga Townsley complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an opinion piece which contained comments which, in her view, misrepresented members of the Travelling community and used offensive, derogatory language to describe Travellers who had settled near Solihull.

(1902)Actress Michelle Collins (News of the World)

Actress Michelle Collins complained through her representatives, AOB PR, that an article was inaccurate and misleading.

(1903)Mr Euan Elliot (News of the World)

Mr Euan Elliot of London complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a report of a meeting between a group of young students and Business Secretary Vince Cable was inaccurate and misleading.

(1904)Mrs Julie Whalley (Wigan Observer)

Mrs Julie Whalley of Wigan complained to the Press Complaints Commission that two entries in a weekly local history column had made insensitive reference to a loss in her family. She was also concerned that the first article was inaccurate.

(1905)Mrs Jessica Booth (Daily Mail)

Mrs Jessica Booth complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article concerning the popularity of labour coaches', also known as doulas, was inaccurate and misleading.

(1906)Mr Lyndon Fuller (Beverley Guardian)

Mr Lyndon Fuller complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's report of his court proceedings contained a number of inaccuracies.

(1907)Mr Joseph Reeve (Southern Daily Echo)

Mr Joseph Reeve of Hampshire complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a report of court proceedings was misleading in breach of the Editors' Code.

(1908)Mr Jason Sinclair (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Jason Sinclair complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting on a study into the relative merits of buying as opposed to renting a home was inaccurate and misleading.

(1909)Mrs Julie Kelly (Express & Star (Wolverhampton))

Mrs Julie Kelly complained that an article had inaccurately reported medical information in relation to the death of her father.

(1910)Jennie Kermode (Daily Mail)

Jennie Kermode complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had implied that the case of Patricia Dye, a woman who admitted dressing as a man for purposes of deception and sexual access, was equivalent to that of Brandon Teena, a transgender man who was a victim of crime. As a result, the complainant said the coverage was inaccurate and misleading.

(1911)Miss Pauline Robertson (MK News)

Miss Pauline Robertson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting on her son's death contained inaccuracies and intruded into her family's grief.

(1912)Mrs Annabel Didymus (The Herald (Plymouth))

Mrs Annabel Didymus complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting on her father's death was inaccurate and misleading and had intruded into the family's grief.

(1913)Ms Carol McGiffin (Bella)

Ms Carol McGiffin, a presenter of the TV show Loose Women, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article - and headlines that appeared on the front page of the magazine - were misleading in giving an impression that she had upset her co-presenters (and reduced one of them to tears) during their feisty exchanges on the programme.

(1914)Mrs Ruksana Shain (The Mail on Sunday)

Mrs Ruksana Shain complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article about Halal meat was inaccurate and misleading.

(1915)Lord Nazir Ahmed (The Daily Telegraph)

Lord Nazir Ahmed complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an online blogpost, which reported that he was due to appear at a United Kingdom Islamic Mission (UKIM) event, was inaccurate and misleading.

(1916)Mrs Kelly Liddiatt (Bristol Evening Post)

Mrs Kelly Liddiatt complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting on her father's death was inaccurate and misleading and intruded into the family's grief.

(1917)Kerry Katona (The People)

Kerry Katona complained to the Press Complaints Commission through her representatives Can Associates that the newspaper had published the inaccurate claim that she was 'secretly dating' a friend and former business associate of hers.

(1918)Bill and Julia Hawker (The Times)

Bill and Julia Hawker, through their representative Amanda Stocks, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had intruded into their grief and caused them distress in the course of reporting about developments in the trial of the man accused of murdering their daughter, Lindsay.

(1919)Gerard Hancock (Daily Mail)

Gerard Hancock complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate claims about police overtime pay regulations.

(1920)Clifford Luton (The Daily Telegraph)

Clifford Luton complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an inaccuracy in an obituary of Murray Sayle.

(1921)Clifford Luton (The Sunday Times)

Clifford Luton complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an inaccuracy in an obituary of Murray Sayle.

(1922)Marisa Blaney and Lorraine Nicholas (Daily Star)

Marisa Blaney and Lorraine Nicholas of Whitehaven, Cumbria, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccurate account of interviews they had each given to the newspaper's reporters, causing them distress and embarrassment and intruding into their privacy in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code.

(1923)Anthony Whitston, Chair of the Asbestos Victims Support Groups Forum UK (Telegraph & Argus)

Anthony Whitston, Chair of the Asbestos Victims Support Groups' Forum UK, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate, misleading and distorted information about the dangers posed by chrysotile (white asbestos).

(1924)Mr Ross Kemp (The Mail on Sunday)

Mr Ross Kemp complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which related to his private life contained inaccuracies.

(1925)Ms Jenny Watson (Daily Mail)

Ms Jenny Watson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that two articles about the manner in which she left the Audit Commission were inaccurate and misleading.

(1926)Mrs Karyn Killiner (Daily Express)

Mrs Karyn Killiner complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article about the friendship between her daughter, Amy Leigh Barnes, and Jennifer Thompson was inaccurate and misleading.

(1927)Ms Jenny Watson (The Times)

Ms Jenny Watson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article about the manner in which she left the Audit Commission was inaccurate and misleading.

(1928)Miss Lynne Beckham (Daily Mail)

Miss Lynne Beckham complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a number of articles contained information which intruded into her private life.

(1929)Miss Lynne Beckham (Daily Mirror)

Miss Lynne Beckham complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a number of articles contained information which intruded into her private life.

(1930)Miss Lynne Beckham (Sunday Mirror)

Miss Lynne Beckham complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a number of articles contained information which intruded into her private life.

(1931)Miss Lynne Beckham (The Mail on Sunday)

Miss Lynne Beckham complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a number of articles contained information which intruded into her private life.

(1932)Miss Lynne Beckham (News of the World)

Miss Lynne Beckham complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a number of articles contained information which intruded into her private life.

(1933)Mrs Jacqueline Bond (Manchester Evening News)

Mrs Jacqueline Bond complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article regarding the death of Mr Kevin Bond which had inaccurately stated that he was the brother of Stephen and Michael Bond, and that this relationship formed a police line of inquiry.

(1934)Mr Neil Pizey (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Neil Pizey complained to the PCC on behalf of his wife, Laila ElBaradei, that an article about her father, Mohamed ElBaradei, had been illustrated using private photographs of her, which had been taken by a third party from her secure private Facebook account without consent and made publicly available.

(1935)Mr Simon North (Spalding Guardian)

Mr Simon North complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper's account of his mother's inquest was distorted as a result of the omission of certain information.

(1936)Mr Keith Lee (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Keith Lee complained to the PCC about a series of investment recommendations in the Questor column, which appears in The Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph.

(1937)Mr Keith Lee (The Sunday Telegraph)

Mr Keith Lee complained to the Press Complaints Commission about a series of investment recommendations in the Questor column, which appears in the Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph.

(1938)Mr Egon Von Bulow (The Sun)

Mr Egon Von Bulow complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Lewis Silken solicitors that two articles about his release from prison (and his subsequent activities) contained a number of inaccuracies.

(1939) Mr Gary Cressman (The Guardian)

Mr Gary Cressman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a comment article on the newspaper's website was inaccurate.

(1940)Claris Powell (The Sunday Telegraph)

Claris Powell complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Deighton Guedalla Solicitors that an article headlined 'The obsessive pursuit of racism' hobbles the police', published in The Sunday Telegraph on 20 December 2009, contained inaccuracies in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and that she had not been given a fair opportunity for reply to inaccuracies in the article, in breach of Clause 2 (Opportunity to reply) of the Editors' Code.

(1941)Asia Pulp & Paper (The Times)

Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article about the company - and in particular its environmental record - contained a number of inaccuracies and that it had not been given a suitable opportunity to reply.

(1942)Keith Sinclair (Daily Mail)

Keith Sinclair complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate claims about the findings of a report on police pay.

(1943)Mr Nigel Middlewick (Daily Mail)

Mr Nigel Middlewick complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article was inaccurate when it stated that 'most' public sector employees enjoyed a guaranteed pension based on two-thirds of the salary they earned on the day they retired.

(1944)Dawn Harron (Press & Journal (Aberdeen))

Dawn Harron complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had intruded into her grief and shock.

(1945)Tim Cowan of NSL Limited (Daily Record)

Tim Cowen of NSL Limited parking enforcement services complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccurate article which wrongly suggested that traffic wardens in Edinburgh were being provided with new technology with the aim of issuing more parking tickets.

(1946)Mr Paul Thorp (Daily Mail)

Mr Paul Thorp of Wigan complained to the Press Complaints Commission about a photograph depicting an empty section of seats at a Wigan FC home game, together with a caption stating that the match was played in front of a relatively sparse crowd'.

(1947)David Colborn (The Cumberland News)

David Colborn complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which suggested that, in the first half of 2010, occupation figures were up in all sectors of self-catering tourism in Cumbria.

(1948)Ms Jo Margetson (Daily Mail)

Ms Jo Margetson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article, which reported that she had been the subject of a lewd remark in an incident involving an airport scanner, contained inaccuracies.

(1949)Dr Eric Tonge (The Sunday Telegraph)

Dr Eric Tonge complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Morgan Cole Solicitors LLP that an article had incorrectly referred to the Metamorphosis Centre in London as 'Britain's first thumb sucking clinic''.

(1950)Dr Aidan Byrne (Express & Star (Wolverhampton))

Dr Aidan Byrne from the University of Wolverhampton complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which reported that security concerns had been raised after a group of Travellers had established a camp in Wolverhampton city centre.

(1951)A member of the Solway Aqua Club (The People)

A member of the Solway Sub Aqua Club in Whitehaven, Cumbria complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately claimed that the Solway Sub Aqua Club had secretly placed the urn of Derrick Bird in a local shipwreck; the complainant said no such trip had been sanctioned by the club.

(1952)Ian Strachan (The Daily Telegraph)

Ian Strachan of London complained to the Press Complaints Commission that two articles about his arrest and conviction for blackmail contained inaccuracies.

(1953)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article that she considered had made the inaccurate suggestion that a public figure had behaved inappropriately toward her or that the two had had a relationship.

(1954)Mr Paul Scott (The Sun)

Mr Paul Scott complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a journalist from the newspaper had engaged in misrepresentation and that the comments attributed to him in the article were taken out of context.

(1955)Mahendra Dhoju (Evening Standard)

Mahendra Dhoju complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately reported that he had won a 17,000 payout following a breach of health and safety regulations by his employer.

(1956)Dr Richard A E North (The Guardian)

Dr Richard A E North complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a blog post published on guardian.co.uk, headlined 'Sunday Times admits Amazongate' story was rubbish. But who's to blame?' was inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1957)Dr Richard A E North (The Sunday Times)

Dr Richard A E North complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a correction published in The Sunday Times on 20 June 2010, headlined 'The Sunday Times and the IPCC: Correction', was inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1958)Ian Strachan (Sunday Mail)

Ian Strachan of London complained to the PCC that an article about his recent release from prison contained a number of inaccuracies: he was not bisexual; he had not had an affair with a Royal aide; he served 30 months in jail, not 22, for his role in a blackmail plot; he had not threatened inmates while at an open prison.

(1959)Mr Anthony Talbot (Swindon Advertiser)

Mr Anthony Talbot complained to the PCC that a front-page article headlined 'Junior school head guilty of raping child', and a further article headlined 'School headteacher admits raping child', published in the Swindon Advertiser on 29 June 2010, were inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1960)Dr Josephine Klein (The Times)

Dr Josephine Klein from London complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article contained an inaccurate account of an interview she had given to an author who was conducting research for a book.

(1961)Jack Briggs (The Sunday Times)

Jack Briggs complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which reported his ex-wife's description of him as an aggressive alcoholic who she feared.

(1962)West London Mental Health Trust (News of the World)

Ms Lucy McGee, Director of Communications for the West London Mental Health Trust, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article about Peter Sutcliffe was inaccurate when it referred to Broadmoor Hospital as a 'jail'.

(1963)Tony Catney (Sunday Life)

Tony Catney complained to the Press Complaints Commission via Kevin R. Winters & Co. solicitors that the newspaper had published an article containing quotes that were falsely attributed to him.

(1964)Mr Ray Austin (Metro)

Mr Ray Austin complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article had misrepresented a report carried out by Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary.

(1965)Gringo Ben (The Mail on Sunday)

Camp for Climate Action activist Gringo Ben complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccurate article relating to the group's decision to send representatives to a climate change conference in Bolivia.

(1966)A woman (Daily Mirror)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'The Baby Whisperer' published in the Daily Mirror on 11 August 2010 was intrusive in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) and that she had been identified as a confidential source in breach of Clause 14 (Confidential sources) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1967)Ms P Clarkson (The Sun)

Articles in the Hull Daily Mail and The Sun reported that a jury had acquitted Mr David Fullard, a local man from Brough, East Yorkshire, of unlawfully wounding a young man at his family home with a samurai sword.

(1968)Ms P Clarkson (Hull Daily Mail)

Articles in the Hull Daily Mail and The Sun reported that a jury had acquitted Mr David Fullard, a local man from Brough, East Yorkshire, of unlawfully wounding a young man at his family home with a samurai sword.

(1969)A woman (Sutton Guardian)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a court report detailing evidence that her 14-year-old son had given in a murder trial had named him and included information that intruded into his time at school in breach of Clause 6 (i) and Clause 9 (ii) of the Editors' Code.

(1970)Mr Paul Every (The Guardian)

Mr Paul Every complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a March 2009 article about Jersey children's home Haut de la Garenne contained inaccuracies relating to him.

(1971)A man (Coventry Telegraph)

Mr B.E of Coventry complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a newspaper's report of his wife's court case was inaccurate and misleading.

(1972)Dr Albert Jacob (Daily Record)

Dr Albert Jacob, of Beer Sheva, Israel, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a comment piece in the newspaper was inaccurate in stating that he lived in the Golan Heights.

(1973)Mr Heston Blumenthal (The Mail on Sunday)

Mr Heston Blumenthal complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Swan Turton Solicitors of London that an article which reported an ongoing court case involving the chef and television presenter Jim Rosenthal contained inaccuracies.

(1974)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Swan Turton Solicitors of London that a diary item relating to her and Rachel Johnson was inaccurate and misleading.

(1975)Dr Sara Dorman (Daily Mail)

Dr Sara Dorman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article about a couple who allowed their children to cycle to school along the pavements had misled readers by including a photograph of two children cycling on a road.

(1976)Mrs L Chapplow (Sunderland Echo)

Mrs L Chapplow complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an incorrect racecard.

(1977)Jenifer Stirton, Director of Communications at NHS Lothian (Edinburgh Evening News)

Jenifer Stirton, Director of Communications at NHS Lothian, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published several inaccurate and misleading claims about the organisation over a period of several months. Although the newspaper had taken remedial action in response, the complainant was concerned that the problems would continue.

(1978)Madeleine Morgan (The Times)

Madeleine Morgan complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccurate and misleading statistic in an opinion article.

(1979)A woman (Metro)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspapers had intruded into her privacy in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) by revealing personal details about her in the course of reporting on a court case in which she was found to be the victim of stalking.

(1980)A woman (Evening Standard)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspapers had intruded into her privacy in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) by revealing personal details about her in the course of reporting on a court case in which she was found to be the victim of stalking.

(1981)Orthan Bicer (Middleton Guardian)

Orhan Bicer complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate and misleading information in two articles about a dispute over public access to a local lane that is on private property.

(1982)Mr Steven Buxton (The Sun)

Mr Steven Buxton complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article was inaccurate and misleading when it stated that Arctic sea ice levels were 'already less than the lowest on record in 2007'.

(1983)Forest of Dean District Council (Forest of Dean and Wye Valley Review)

Forest of Dean District Council complained to the PCC that two articles headlined 'Knackered!' and 'Dead end' published in the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley Review on 14 May 2010 were inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1984)Mr Paul Charman (The Guardian)

Mr Paul Charman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article about the Olympic stadium site contained inaccuracies.

(1985)Tom Dixon (Reading Post)

Tom Dixon complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article about an investigation into the behaviour of a police officer which was linked, incorrectly, to his own criminal conviction.

(1986)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a newspaper had intruded into her private life by publishing a photograph of her without first obtaining her consent.

(1987)Steven Mole (The Guardian)

Steven Mole complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article about the 2018 World Cup bid misleadingly suggested that Russia's sports minister, Vitaly Mutko, had claimed that he had 'come across unpleasant sentiments when he attended a Newcastle United match three years ago' and that a racist banner at a Lokomotiv Moscow match was 'no worse' than what he witnessed at the game.

(1988)Mr Ravin Soobadoo (Wanstead & Woodford Guardian)

Mr Ravin Soobadoo complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Porn star teacher's sadness at leaving job' published on the Wanstead & Woodford Guardian website on 13 July 2010, incorrectly attributed a quotation to his fourteen year old daughter, and referred to her as a sixth form student, in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 6 (Children) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(1989)Mr Roger Mitchinson (The Spectator)

Mr Roger Mitchinson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which referred to a planning consultation event he attended as an employee of the local council was inaccurate and misleading in addition to intruding into his privacy.

(1990)Mr Andrew Cocking (Southern Daily Echo)

Mr Andrew Cocking complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article about a cricket ball dispute which, in his view, contained inaccuracies and misrepresented the behaviour of his children.

(1991)Mr Jonathan Goldring (Sunday Mirror)

Mr Jonathan Goldring of Bottoms Up Blinds complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper published a response to a reader's letter which was inaccurate.

(1992)Mrs Pauline Brierley (Daily Mail)

Mrs Pauline Brierley complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an online article reporting on a visit by Katie Price to her sunbed salon contained a number of inaccuracies, particularly with respect to quotes attributed to her.

(1993)Mr Philip Bale (Evening Standard)

Mr Philip Bale complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper published an article about the Peckham area which he alleged contained a number of inaccuracies.

(1994)Duncan McGraw (Metro)

Duncan McGraw complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of FirstGroup PLC that the newspaper had failed to take care not to publish inaccurate information in an article reporting a claim that one of the company's bus drivers had refused entry to a child because he was wearing a replica England football shirt.

(1995)Michael Lees (Daily Mail)

Michael Lees complained that the newspaper had published a number of inaccuracies in an article which claimed that the dangers posed by asbestos in schools have been 'grossly exaggerated'.

(1996)Graham Harper (The Sunday Post)

Graham Harper complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article regarding an investigation into the actions of councillors during elections for North Tyneside Council.

(1997)Miss Melissa Naik (News of the World)

Miss Melissa Naik complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a journalist working for the newspaper had harassed her.

(1998)Miss Melissa Naik (The Sun)

Miss Melissa Naik complained to the Press Complaints Commission that photographs of her published in the newspaper and on the newspaper's website intruded into her private life.

(1999)Ms Laura Clegg (The Mail on Sunday)

Ms Laura Clegg complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which included a number of inaccuracies about her.

(2000)Mr Tony Bennett (The Sun)

Mr Tony Bennett, founder and secretary of the Madeleine Foundation, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a November 2009 article which reported that he was under police investigation in regard to fraud allegations was inaccurate and misleading.

(2001)Mr Tony Bennett (The People)

Mr Tony Bennett, founder and secretary of the Madeleine Foundation, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a November 2009 article which reported that he was under police investigation in regard to fraud allegations was inaccurate and misleading.

(2002)A man (Daily Mail)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a photograph which clearly showed him and his family taking part in a traditional welcoming ceremony in Laos.

(2003)A man (Edinburgh Evening News)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article reporting that a gay couple had been subjected to homophobic abuse from a hostile neighbour was inaccurate and misleading.

(2004)Lisa Munton (Birmingham Mail)

Lisa Munton complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccurate and insensitive comment piece about the sudden death of her mother, Primrose Bonner, which had intruded into the family's shock and grief.

(2005)Press Complaints Commission (Daily Express)

The Press Complaints Commission has launched an own volition investigation into a payment made by Express Newspapers in April 2009 to Nicola Fisher. Ms Fisher had claimed to have been assaulted by a police officer on the second day of the G20 protests on 2 April 2009.

(2006)Press Complaints Commission (Daily Star)

The Press Complaints Commission has launched an own volition investigation into a payment made by Express Newspapers in April 2009 to Nicola Fisher. Ms Fisher had claimed to have been assaulted by a police officer on the second day of the G20 protests on 2 April 2009.

(2007)Charles McCaughey (The Sun)

Charles McCaughey, a member of the Singlive choral group, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a television review that featured negative comments about the choir and its members.

(2008)Cheryl Harrison (The Sun)

Cheryl Harrison complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article about her experience with the condition hyperemesis gravidarum was inaccurate and intruded into her privacy.

(2009)Cllr Veronyca Bates Hughes (South Wales Evening Post)

Cllr Veronyca Bates Hughes of Swansea Council complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which stated that she was paid 597 to chair a single 5 minute West Area Planning Committee meeting.

(2010)Mr Angus Moat (Daily Mail)

Mr Angus Moat complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article about a second post-mortem into the death of his brother, Raoul Moat, had quoted him inaccurately stating 'I'm sure there was a cover-up here'.

(2011)Kym Marsh v Daily Sport (Daily Sport)

The Coronation Street actress, Kym Marsh, complained that front page pictures of her had been presented and captioned in such a way as to imply she had been sun-bathing topless during her recent holiday.

(2012)Jessie Wallace (The Sun)

Jessie Wallace, an actress, complained to the PCC that the newspaper had inaccurately claimed that she had required a dedicated voice coach on set for a new role and that her difficulty in mastering the necessary accent had delayed filming and made her wonder why she had taken the role.

(2013)European Commission (Daily Mail)

Jonathan Scheele, Head of Representation for the European Commission in London, complained to the PCC that the newspaper had published an article which, in his view, misrepresented the circumstances surrounding fines that had been issued to a number of EU funded projects in the UK.

(2014)Mr Mervyn Pilley (The Mail on Sunday)

Mr Mervyn Pilley, Executive Director of the Enforcement Services Association, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article was inaccurate when it claimed that the organisation had said that the 'amount of debt referred for collection by its members this year was ten per cent lower than last year'.

(2015)Steve Brookstein (Daily Mirror)

Singer and songwriter Steve Brookstein complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which, in his view, wrongly suggested that he used an auto-tune device to improve his live performances.

(2016)Duncan McGraw (Daily Mirror)

Duncan McGraw complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of FirstGroup PLC that the newspaper had failed to take care not to publish inaccurate information in an article reporting a claim that one of the company's bus drivers had refused entry to a child because he was wearing a replica England football shirt.

(2017)Duncan McGraw (Daily Star)

Duncan McGraw complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of FirstGroup PLC that the newspaper had failed to take care not to publish inaccurate information in an article reporting a claim that one of the company's bus drivers had refused entry to a child because he was wearing a replica England football shirt.

(2018)Medway Council (Your Medway)

Mr John Staples of Medway Council complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the headline of the article 'Council spy car breaks law...again' was inaccurate and misleading.

(2019)Erdman Teoman (Daily Mail)

Mr Erdman Teoman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had incorrectly referred to Turkey as an 'Islamic state'.

(2020)Mr Paul Hamilton (Sunday World)

Mr Paul Hamilton complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Kevin R Winters & Co Solicitors of Belfast that two articles published in January 2010 contained allegations about him which he considered to be inaccurate.

(2021)Mr Lou Al-Chamaa (The Sun)

Mr Lou Al-Chamaa complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article was inaccurate and misleading when it claimed that he had demanded a seven-figure pay-off from his former girlfriend, Leona Lewis, following their split.

(2022)Mr Paul Salmon (Lancashire Telegraph)

Mr Paul Salmon complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had incorrectly referred to 'East Lancs Dads' owing more than 40 million in child support.

(2023)Ms Elizabeth Prudhoe (Hexham Courant)

Ms Elizabeth Prudhoe complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the article had included a quotation attributed to her, although she had never spoken to the reporter responsible for the article.

(2024)Alan Scott (The Mail on Sunday)

Alan Scott complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately named an individual who had admitted charges of fraud, which was likely to mislead readers into believing that he (the complainant) had been the defendant in the case.

(2025)Javid Akhtar (Daily Express)

Javid Akhtar complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccurate and intrusive article about his conviction for benefit fraud and the benefits he then went on to claim after being released from prison.

(2026)Lord Martin of Springburn (The Mail on Sunday)

Lord Martin of Springburn complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article was inaccurate and misleading when it claimed that he had 'clashed' with the present Speaker, John Bercow, over the dismissal of the Speaker's Secretary Angus Sinclair.

(2027)Katrina Bell (Sunday Life)

Katrina Lee complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which wrongly stated that she had plastic surgery before competing on the X-Factor television show.

(2028)Ms Christiane Mouttet (The Mail on Sunday)

Ms Christiane Mouttet complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which formed part of a serialisation of a book about Prince William and Prince Harry contained inaccuracies and included a photograph of her taken at work which had been published without her consent.

(2029)John Brocklehurst (The Mail on Sunday)

John Brocklehurst complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting the development of the new BBC Media City North site that was accompanied by a misleading photograph.

(2030)Ms Rosie Nicol-Harper (Southern Daily Echo)

Ms Rosie Nicol-Harper complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined Man used balloon kit to take his own life', published in the Southern Daily Echo on 12 July 2010, contained excessive detail about a method of suicide in breach of Clause 5 (ii) (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(2031)Ms Anna Begum (Daily Mail)

Ms Anna Begum complained to the PCC through Edwards Duthie Solicitors of London that an article which referred to claims of sexual harassment at the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) was inaccurate, misleading and intrusive, particularly in regard to the use of her photograph without consent.

(2032)Mr Adam Sheppard (Daily Star)

Mr Adam Sheppard complained to the PCC that an article headlined 'Muslim-only public loos', published in the Daily Star on 15 July 2010, was inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(2033)Anna Brennan (The Metro)

Anna Brennan complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which reported the misleading view of a woman who believed that donating a kidney could affect a woman's ability to have a family.

(2034)Ms Tina Wilson (Daily Mail)

Ms Tina Wilson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article about schools that had allowed children to finish early in order to watch an England World Cup match had inaccurately implied that Cavendish School in Hemel Hempstead had done so at the expense of teaching time.

(2035)Mr Edward Clark (Whitstable Times)

Mr Edward Clark complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Storm over drug addict' accusation', published in the Whitstable Times on 30 April 2010, was inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(2036)Mr Edward Clark (Herne Bay Times)

Mr Edward Clark complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Storm over drug addict' accusation', published in the Herne Bay Times on 30 April 2010, was inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(2037)Mr Edward Clark (Canterbury Times)

Mr Edward Clark complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Storm over drug addict' accusation', published in the Canterbury Times on 30 April 2010, was inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(2038)Mr Brian Moore (Whitby Gazette)

Mr Brian Moore complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article which reported that - with a view to hosting stag and hen parties - the Mini Monsterz play facility had submitted an application for an alcohol license.

(2039)Philip Hargreaves (Daily Mirror)

Philip Hargreaves, Managing Director of LockRite Locksmiths Ltd, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a historical article on the newspaper's website was accompanied by a number of readers' comments which, in his view, drew unfounded links between his company and a company called Key Edge Ltd.

(2040)Ms Heather Mills (Daily Star)

Ms Heather Mills complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article about an employment tribunal case was inaccurate in claiming that she had paid a former nanny, Sara Trumble, just 6.20 an hour.

(2041)Amanda and Stuart Oakes (Birmingham Mail)

Amanda and Stuart Oakes complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had not sensitively handled the publication of an article about the inquest into the death of their young son.

(2042)Amanda and Stuart Oakes (Daily Mirror)

Amanda and Stuart Oakes complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had not sensitively handled the publication of an article about the inquest into the death of their young son.

(2043)Debra Kent (The People)

Debra Kent complained through James Clayton to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately attributed to her a series of postings and activities on various websites, which appeared to be from her but which she said had been the work of an impersonator.

(2044)Mr Neil Bertram (News of the World)

Mr Neil Bertram complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the article's presentation of the number of motorcycle accidents in the UK was misleading.

(2045)A man (The Argus (Brighton))

A man from West Sussex complained that an article about the suicide of his son contained excessive detail.

(2046)Mr Leo Mullane (Harrow Times)

Mr Leo Mullane complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the article incorrectly stated that a stabbing took place in his pub.

(2047)Sharif Nashashibi (Daily Express)

Sharif Nashashibi, Chairman of Arab Media Watch, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a comment piece had contained inaccuracies about the Israeli blockade of Gaza.

(2048)Clare Balding (The Sunday Times)

Miss Clare Balding complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Humping in tents: a great British tradition', published in The Sunday Times Culture section on 25 July 2010, discriminated against her in breach of Clause 12 (Discrimination) of the Editors Code of Practice.

(2049)Ms Ruth MacLaren and Ms Suzanne Meadowcroft  (North Devon Journal)

Ms Ruth MacLaren and Ms Suzanne Meadowcroft complained to the Press Complaints Commission regarding articles published in an opinion column, which criticised their decision and that of their neighbours to erect a gate at the end of an alleyway adjoining their homes.

(2050)Amanda and Stuart Oakes (Metro)

Amanda and Stuart Oakes complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had not sensitively handled the publication of an article about the inquest into the death of their young son.

(2051)Amanda and Stuart Oakes (Daily Mail)

Amanda and Stuart Oakes complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had not sensitively handled the publication of an article about the inquest into the death of their young son.

(2052)Amanda and Stuart Oakes (The Sun)

Amanda and Stuart Oakes complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had not sensitively handled the publication of an article about the inquest into the death of their young son.

(2053)Sir John Houghton (The Sunday Telegraph)

Sir John Houghton, former Chief Executive of the Met Office and former Co-Chair of the Scientific Assessment of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, complained to the PCC that the newspaper had quoted from comments he had made in a 1995 article in an incomplete and misleading way.

(2054)Mrs Clare Byam-Cook (Daily Mail)

Mrs Clare Byam-Cook, the author of 'What to Expect When You're Breastfeeding - And What if You Can't', complained to the PCC through Lewis Silkin solicitors.

(2055)Mrs Elizabeth Hill (Sevenoaks Chronicle)

Mrs Elizabeth Hill complained to the Press Complaints Commission about an article reporting that armed police had been sent to patrol the area surrounding a Kent primary school, on the school's sports day, following threats made against the parent of a pupil.

(2056)Sheila Kelly (Liverpool Echo)

Sheila Kelly complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an insensitive article about the suicide of a member of her extended family which was accompanied by a highly inconsiderate photograph showing the scene where his body had been recovered.

(2057)David Stedmans (Worksop Guardian)

David Stedmans complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a photograph of his six year-old daughter without his permission.

(2058)Ms Victoria Holmstock (Crosby Herald)

Ms Victoria Holmstock complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had invaded her privacy and published inaccurate information regarding her residence.

(2059)Robert Bealing (The Sun)

Robert Bealing complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which wrongly stated that, despite the UK-wide smoking ban, people are permitted to smoke shisha pipes in enclosed spaces.

(2060)Mr Avraham Dresner (The Independent)

Mr Avraham Dresner complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a caption beneath a photograph on its website which falsely stated that Israel had cut a tree which grew on the Lebanese side of the border between the countries.

(2061)Mr Terry Lubbock (Sunday Mirror)

Mr Terry Lubbock complained to the Press Complaints Commission through his representative, Harry Cichy, that an article about Michael Barrymore was incorrect when it referred to Mr Lubbock's son, Stuart, as a binman.

(2062)F. Hawramy (The Scotsman)

F. Hawramy complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspapers had published inaccuracies relating to the execution of five prisoners in Iran.

(2063)F. Hawramy (Scarborough Evening News)

F. Hawramy complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspapers had published inaccuracies relating to the execution of five prisoners in Iran.

(2064)Julianne Barradale and Liz Church (Scottish Sun)

Julianne Barradale and Liz Church complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article about a dispute Ms Barradale had had with the owner of a bed & breakfast had contained inaccuracies and invaded her privacy.

(2065)Pamela Sangster (Scottish Sun)

Pamela Sangster complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article reporting her court case (during which she was charged with a breach of the peace) which contained two inaccuracies relating to key dates in her relationship with her alleged victim.

(2066)Ray Merrell (The Sun)

Ray Merrell complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article about the European Union's plans to sell all food by weight which was misleadingly headlined 'Euro ban on eggs by dozen'.

(2067)Patricia Jaundrell (Daily Mail)

Patricia Jaundrell complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had breached the Code in publishing without consent a photograph of her infant son taken from a Facebook page following an incident in which he had been mauled by the family's dog.

(2068)PC Ozer (Sunday Mail)

PC Aksoy Ozer complained that an article about his alleged role in the collapse of a murder case was inaccurate.

(2069)Mr Sandy Di Furia (The Sun)

Mr Sandy Di Furia complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a report about his father's funeral had been handled insensitively at a time of grief.

(2070)Lucy Phillips (Sunday Mirror)

Lucy Phillips complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article headlined 'Ashley & Blonde...in a loo' which contained a number of inaccuracies.

(2071)Ms Ruth MacLaren and Ms Suzanne Meadowcroft (North Devon Journal)

Ms Ruth MacLaren and Ms Suzanne Meadowcroft complained to the Press Complaints Commission regarding articles published in an opinion column, which criticised their decision and that of their neighbours to erect a gate at the end of an alleyway adjoining their homes.

(2072)A man (Daily Mail)

A man from West Sussex complained that an article about the suicide of his son contained excessive detail.

(2073)A man (Evening Standard)

A man from West Sussex complained that an article about the suicide of his son contained excessive detail.

(2074)Mr Iain McElhone (Durham Times)

Mr Iain McElhone of County Durham complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had failed to report his acquittal on racial harassment charges, having previously reported that the charges had been brought against him.

(2075)Mr Iain McElhone (The Northern Echo)

Mr Iain McElhone of County Durham complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a report of his acquittal on racial harassment charges was inaccurate on a number of points.

(2076)Jack Briggs (The Sunday Telegraph)

Jack Briggs complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which reported his ex-wife's description of him as an aggressive alcoholic who she feared.

(2077)Katrina Lee (The Sun)

Katrina Lee complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which wrongly stated that she had plastic surgery before competing on the X-Factor television show.

(2078)Mr Sacha Gervasi (The Mail on Sunday)

Mr Sacha Gervasi complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Swan Turton Solicitors of London that an article which made reference to him contained a number of inaccuracies.

(2079)Grainger plc (The Sunday Telegraph)

Grainger plc complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspapers had published inaccurate information in two articles about a lawsuit by a former employee of the company who alleged that it had discriminated against him on the basis of his belief in climate change.

(2080)Grainger plc (The Daily Telegraph)

Grainger plc complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspapers had published inaccurate information in two articles about a lawsuit by a former employee of the company who alleged that it had discriminated against him on the basis of his belief in climate change.

(2081)Mr Matt Smith (The Mail on Sunday)

Mr Matt Smith, the actor, complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Troika that an article about the prospective purchase of a home - including photographs of the inside and outside of the property - intruded into his privacy.

(2082)Ms Laura Clegg (The Sun)

Ms Laura Clegg complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the article falsely quoted her, and that the newspaper had invaded her privacy by obtaining a photograph of her from her Facebook page.

(2083)Ms Katrina Lee (The Sun)

Ms Katrina Lee complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the articles incorrectly stated that she had had cosmetic surgery, and that the newspapers had obtained photographs of her from social networking websites.

(2084)Ms Katrina Lee (Daily Mail)

Ms Katrina Lee complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the articles incorrectly stated that she had had cosmetic surgery, and that the newspapers had obtained photographs of her from social networking websites.

(2085)West London Mental Health Trust (Daily Mirror)

Ms Lucy McGee, Director of Communications for the West London Mental Health Trust, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article was misleading when it referred to a patient at Broadmoor Hospital as an 'inmate'.

(2086)Mrs Margaret Dickson (Scottish Daily Mail)

Mrs Margaret Dickson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccuracies by attributing statements to her husband which he had not made.

(2087)Ms Cheryl Cole (Daily Mail)

Ms Cheryl Cole complained to the Press Complaints Commission through David Price Solicitors and Advocates that two March 2010 articles were inaccurate and misleading.

(2088)David and Mark Lyons (Daily Record)

David and Mark Lyons complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate allegations that they were 'in hiding', had 'gone to ground' and had not been seen at their business premises following a notorious murder near Glasgow.

(2089)Cheryl Harrison (News of the World)

Cheryl Harrison complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a comment piece criticising her decision to publicise her extremely distressing experiences with the condition hyperemesis gravidarum was misleading, insensitive and unfair.

(2090)Heather Mills (The Sun)

Heather Mills complained to the Press Complaints Commission through her representative, David Law, that articles in The Sun headlined 'Dancing on vice' (29 September 2009), 'It's Mucca v Macca on ice' (2 November 2009) and 'Mucca in skate hell' (9 November 2009) contained inaccurate information in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(2091)Ms Mary Honeyball MEP (Daily Mail)

Ms Mary Honeyball MEP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that two articles - reporting on the EU Pregnant Workers' Directive - had inaccurately stated that she had 'refused to say which way she voted' on the proposed measures at a European Parliament Women's Rights and Gender Equality Committee meeting.

(2092)Rethink, Shift and others (The Sun)

Various individuals and organisations (including Rethink and Shift) complained that the newspaper had used the word 'Schizo' in reference to a patient suffering from paranoid schizophrenia.

(2093)Miss Adele Brand (Metro)

Miss Adele Brand complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article had inaccurately stated that experts believed urban fox numbers to have quadrupled since 2007.

(2094)Mr Matthew Lyness (Newtownards Chronicle)

Mr Matthew Lyness of Kirkistown complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had failed to make clear that a spanner and a stone had not been found on the race track and that the track had been checked prior to the session.

(2095)Rethink (Daily Mail)

The PCC received over 180 complaints about a comment article by Janet Street-Porter about depression. Among the complaints was one from the mental health charity Rethink, which was taken forward as the lead' complaint.

(2096)Cheryl Cole (The Sun)

Ms Cheryl Cole complained to the Press Complaints Commission through David Price Solicitors and Advocates that two March 2010 articles were inaccurate and misleading.

(2097)Ms Sue Turner (Birmingham Mail)

Ms Sue Turner, Chief Executive of the Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Trust, complained to the PCC that articles in the Birmingham Mail and Birmingham Mail Extra were intrusive in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy), Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) and Clause 8 (Hospitals) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(2098)Ms Sue Turner (Birmingham Mail)

Ms Sue Turner, Chief Executive of the Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Trust, complained to the PCC that articles in the Birmingham Mail and Birmingham Mail Extra ere intrusive in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy), Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) and Clause 8 (Hospitals) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(2099)Javid Akhtar (Yorkshire Evening Post)

Javid Akhtar complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an inaccurate and intrusive article about his conviction for benefit fraud and the benefits he then went on to claim after being released from prison.

(2100)A woman (Milton Keynes Citizen)

A woman complained to the PCC that an article - reporting a series of burglaries in the Milton Keynes area - had named her as a witness to one of the incidents, when she had made clear to the newspaper that she did not wish for her name to be included.

(2101)Mr Neville de Sousa (Northampton Chronicle & Echo)

Mr Neville de Sousa complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had reprinted an inaccuracy that it knew to be incorrect and for which it had apologised for printing on a previous occasion.

(2102)Marc Purdie (Colchester Gazette)

Marc Purdie complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published his letter, name and address without his permission.

(2103)Duncan McGraw (Daily Mail)

Duncan McGraw complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of FirstGroup PLC that the newspaper had failed to take care not to publish inaccurate information in an article reporting a claim that one of the company's bus drivers had refused entry to a child because he was wearing a replica England football shirt.

(2104)Mr Tobias Brundin (Daily Mail)

Mr Tobias Brundin complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article - reporting that an American porn actor had gone on the run after allegedly killing a co-worker and injuring two others in an attack with a samurai sword - had included a photograph of the actor (taken from a MySpace profile), on to which a an image of a samurai sword had been digitally added.

(2105)Mr W F Wareham (Solihull Observer)

Mr W F Wareham complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper incorrectly indentified his son as the victim of an attack.

(2106)Kayleigh Huelin (Daily Mail)

Kayleigh Huelin complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately failed to attribute material used in an article to its source, the online encyclopaedia Wikipedia.

(2107)Mr Iain McElhone (Evening Chronicle (Newcastle upon Tyne))

Mr Iain McElhone of County Durham complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a report of his acquittal on racial harassment charges was inaccurate on a number of points.

(2108)Mr Iain McElhone (The Journal (Newcastle))

Mr Iain McElhone of County Durham complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a report of his acquittal on racial harassment charges was inaccurate on a number of points.

(2109)Johannah Flaherty (The Daily Telegraph)

Johannah Flaherty complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) that a comment article which claimed the School had ordered the removal from an exhibition of a photo taken by a Saudi artist lest it insult Muslims had raised a breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code.

(2110)Miss Victoria Pilkington (Closer)

Miss Victoria Pilkington, and her mother Ms Suzanne Woolven, complained to the PCC that an article - about Miss Pilkington's relationship with her former partner - had included inaccuracies, and a photograph of her one year-old daughter published without her consent.

(2111)Mr Mike Ashley and Mr Derek Llambias (The Mail on Sunday)

Mr Mike Ashley and Mr Derek Llambias complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately claimed that they both had a close business relationship with property developer Kevin Cash.

(2112)Various (Daily Star)

A number of individuals complained to the PCC that a front-page article headlined 'Terror as plane hits ash cloud', published in the Daily Star on 21 April 2010, was inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code.

(2113)Sir Nicholas Winterton (The Daily Telegraph)

Sir Nicholas Winterton complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a parliamentary sketch about the prorogation of Parliament was incorrect in its statement that he and his wife were seen laughing with the Speaker as they shook hands with him.

(2114)Mr Paul Smith (Hull Daily Mail)

Mr Paul Smith complained to the PCC that articles headlined 'Town website publisher's porn business', 'The sickening porn behind this man's veil of respectability' and 'Town website: the sordid truth', published in the Hull Daily Mail on 4 March 2010, were inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(2115)Mrs Jude Talbot (The Sun)

Mrs Jude Talbot complained to the Press Complaints Commission that CCTV footage of the Cumbria shootings on The Sun's website related specifically to the death of her father, Michael Pike, including audio of the shots that killed him (before subsequently being edited).

(2116)A man (Sunday World)

A man complained to the PCC that two articles published in the Sunday World were inaccurate, intrusive and that the newspaper had used hidden cameras and subterfuge in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 10 (Clandestine devices and subterfuge) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(2117)Mr Simon Albury (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Simon Albury complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article was inaccurate when it stated that the annual cost to the taxpayer of funding public sector pensions would 'double in the next five years to 4,000 per household'. In fact the figure was around 400.

(2118)Richard Graham (News of the World)

Richard Graham complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of Abacus Limited, which provides members of the armed forces with military insurance, that the newspaper had inaccurately claimed that a soldier injured in Afghanistan had had an insurance payout 'stopped' by Abacus after he carried the Carling Cup on to the pitch at Wembley.

(2119)Mr Steve Darlington (Manchester Evening News)

Mr Steve Darlington of Macclesfield complained to the Press Complaint Commission that the newspapers had published a misleading article on his brother, who had pleaded guilty to false accounting in relation to a shortfall in his sub-post office's computerised accounting system.

(2120)Mr Steve Darlington (Macclesfield Express)

Mr Steve Darlington of Macclesfield complained to the Press Complaint Commission that the newspapers had published a misleading article on his brother, who had pleaded guilty to false accounting in relation to a shortfall in his sub-post office's computerised accounting system.

(2121)Richard Aylward (The Times)

Richard Aylward complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of Thames Water that the newspaper had inaccurately reported that 19% of the company's annual turnover had been paid in dividends to its 'owner', the Macquarie Group.

(2122)West London Mental Health Trust (Construction Enquirer)

Ms Lucy McGee, Director of Communications for the West London Mental Health Trust, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the headline to an article was inaccurate when it referred to Broadmoor Hospital as a 'prison'.

(2123)West London Mental Health Trust (Daily Mail)

Ms Lucy McGee, Director of Communications for the West London Mental Health Trust, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article was inaccurate when it referred to Broadmoor Hospital as a 'prison'.

(2124)Mr Andrew Rowell, Dr Peter Moore, and Dr Simon Lewis (The Sunday Times)

Mr Andrew Rowell, Dr Peter Moore, and Dr Simon Lewis each complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately stated that the 2007 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report had included a 'bogus' and 'unsubstantiated' claim about the impact of climate change on the Amazon rainforest.

(2125)Ms Barbara George (The People)

Ms Barbara George complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately described a photograph it had published as a recent image of the actress Sandra Bullock 'near LA'.

(2126)Ms Jo Margetson (Press & Journal (Aberdeen))

Ms Jo Margetson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article, which reported that she had been the subject of a lewd remark in an incident involving an airport scanner, contained inaccuracies.

(2127)Ms Jo Margetson (Daily Star)

Ms Jo Margetson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article, which reported that she had been the subject of a lewd remark in an incident involving an airport scanner, contained inaccuracies

(2128)Ms Jo Margetson (Evening Standard)

Ms Jo Margetson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article, which reported that she had been the subject of a lewd remark in an incident involving an airport scanner, contained inaccuracies.

(2129)Ms Jo Margetson (Press Association)

Ms Jo Margetson complained to the PCC that an article, which reported that she had been the subject of a lewd remark in an incident involving an airport scanner, contained inaccuracies.

(2130)Ms Jo Margetson (The Guardian)

Ms Jo Margetson complained to the PCC that an article, which reported that she had been the subject of a lewd remark in an incident involving an airport scanner, contained inaccuracies.

(2131)Ms Cheryl Cole (Daily Star)

Ms Cheryl Cole complained to the Press Complaints Commission through David Price Solicitors and Advocates that an article was inaccurate when it reported that she had said 'I won't be a ******* doormat'.

(2132)Mr Gordon Holton (Daily Mail)

Mr Gordon Holton of Suffolk, an employee of B&Q, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article on the newspaper's website had inaccurately stated that all B&Q staff were due to receive a 9% bonus by the end of the month.

(2133)A woman (The Sun)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article about the death of a London teenager had mistakenly used a picture of her son, instead of the dead youth.

(2134)Dr Nicola Barclay (Daily Echo (Bournemouth))

Dr Nicola Barclay complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccurate information relating to the recent death of her mother.

(2135)Mr Reza Pankhurst (The Times)

Mr Reza Pankhurst, a teacher at the London School of Economics, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article was inaccurate and misleading when it stated that he had led 'secretive' meetings of the Brothers' Circle for the LSE Islamic Society.

(2136)Ms Holly Willoughby (Best)

Ms Holly Willoughby complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Swan Turton solicitors about photographs showing her and her young son (taken without her knowledge as she and her son walked along a street).

(2137)Reza Esfandiari (The Times)

Reza Esfandiari complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which contained the inaccurate claim that under Islamic law in Iran 'lesbians face 100 lashes and, if caught four times, death. Male homosexuals likewise face execution. Scores have been hanged and hundreds flogged since the Islamic revolution of 1979'.

(2138)Ms Audrey OByrne (Daily Mail)

Ms Audrey O'Byrne complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article about an amateur photographer photographing exotic predators in Montana had misleadingly suggested that he had come across the animals in the wild, when they were actually tamed residents of a game farm.

(2139)Ms Susan Pearman (Pocklington Post)

Ms Susan Pearman of Pocklington complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately stated that she was due to appear on a specific date at a magistrates' court on charges of driving without due care and attention, when no date had been set and the charges had been dropped.

(2140)Mr Richard Biddlecombe (Radio Times)

Mr Richard Biddlecombe, Media Consultant to the Family Federation for World Peace and Unification, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the magazine's synopsis of a radio programme about the Unification Church had referred to the Church as a 'cult'.

(2141)Mr Michael Pickard (Manchester Evening News)

Mr Michael Pickard of T S Chemicals complained to the PCC that three articles - reporting that a former employee of the company had won a court case against a solicitors firm for failing to pursue his compensation claim for work-related heath problems - implied that the employee had been unfairly treated by T S Chemicals, when that was not the case.

(2142)Mr Michael Pickard (Lancashire Telegraph)

Mr Michael Pickard of T S Chemicals complained to the PCC that three articles - reporting that a former employee of the company had won a court case against a solicitors firm for failing to pursue his compensation claim for work-related heath problems - implied that the employee had been unfairly treated by T S Chemicals, when that was not the case.

(2143)Mr Michael Pickard (Rossendale Free Press)

Mr Michael Pickard of T S Chemicals complained to the PCC that three articles - reporting that a former employee of the company had won a court case against a solicitors firm for failing to pursue his compensation claim for work-related heath problems - implied that the employee had been unfairly treated by T S Chemicals, when that was not the case.

(2144)Mr Gareth Hughes (News of the World)

Mr Gareth Hughes, Deputy Chief Executive of the Marston Group, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article about the company's involvement in the recovery of a debt contained inaccuracies.

(2145)Scott Clinton (News of the World)

Scott Clinton complained to the PCC that the newspaper had published an article which, in his view, inaccurately stated that members of the Scottish Defence League had taken part in a 'neo-Nazi demo' which involved chanting 'vile' racist slogans.

(2146)Baroness Hayman PC (The Times)

Baroness Hayman PC complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Swan Turton Solicitors of London that an article which made reference to her expenses claims inaccurately stated that she had claimed 200,000 'on a house in Norfolk' and implied that she had chaired a committee on allowances for peers while under investigation herself regarding her own claims.

(2147)Mark MacLachlan (Daily Record)

Mark MacLachlan complained that the newspaper had published and article on 19 November which reported that Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al-Megrahi, the man convicted of the Lockerbie bombing, was 'doing fine' in Libya three months after having been released from prison in Scotland on compassionate grounds.

(2148)Mr Terence Davison (Sunday World)

Mr Terence Davison complained to the Press Complaints Commission, through Kevin R. Winters & Co. solicitors, that an article had mistakenly included a photograph of him.

(2149)Councillor Alan D. Grant (Perthshire Advertiser)

Councillor Alan D. Grant of Perth & Kinross Council complained that the newspaper had published unchallenged the misleading comments of individuals opposed to planned regeneration work in the town of Coupar Angus.

(2150)Mrs Julie Richardson (Herald Express (Torquay))

Mrs Julie Richardson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article - reporting the funeral of her late father, Mr Frank Rogers - had inaccurately stated that Mr Matthew Rogers was his 'son and only child'.

(2151)Mr Tom Sebastiano (Full House)

Mr Tom Sebastiano complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the magazine had published a story about his late mother which contained several inaccuracies.

(2152)Ms Helen Charlesworth (The Sun)

Ms Helen Charlesworth complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the article falsely referred to two individuals as 'childminders'. The complainant pointed out that they were not Ofsted registered, and, as such, it was incorrect to refer to them as 'childminders'.

(2153)West London Mental Health Trust  (News of the World)

Ms Lucy McGee, Director of Communications for the West London Mental Health Trust, complained that an article about Peter Sutcliffe contained a number of inaccuracies.

(2154)Mr James Miller (Hereford Journal)

Mr James Miller complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article had inaccurately stated that Mr Bill Wiggin, the Member of Parliament for the Leominster constituency, had been 'cleared of any wrongdoing' with regard to his expenses claims.

(2155)Patricia Bailey (Evening Standard)

Patricia Bailey complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which reported that she had engaged in 'Nazi' behaviour by marching up and down outside her home whilst making a Nazi salute and mock Hitler moustache with her hands.

(2156)Mr John Laird (Daily Record)

Mr John Laird complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of his son, William Laird, that the newspaper had published photographs of his grandson on a matter that affected his welfare without obtaining the consent of the boy's custodial parent.

(2157)Mr John Hill (Diss Express)

Mr John Hill complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately reported that his son, Jonathan Hill, had been accused of raping seven women throughout Suffolk.

(2158)Ms Nicky Holloway (Metro)

Ms Nicky Holloway of Southampton complained that the newspaper had inaccurately reported that she was intending to sue MacDonalds after finding a cigarette in her son's Happy Meal.

(2159)Ms Heather Mills (The Mail on Sunday)

Ms Heather Mills complained to the Press Complaints Commission through her representative, David Law, that an article published in The Mail on Sunday on 7th March 2010, headlined The 100 British celebrities who really matter', was inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(2160)Councillor John Mullen (Salford Advertiser)

Councillor John Mullen complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article stated that the aim of the Transforming a Generation scheme (TAG) was to find employment for 'hoodies'.

(2161)Mr Brian Powell (Hexham Courant)

Mr Brian Powell complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had misrepresented the Fairfield Park and Willia Road Neighbourhood Action Group's position on the Old School Playing Field and the children's play area on Comb Hill.

(2162)Ms Veronica Wakineo (Daily Mail)

Ms Veronica Wakineo complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the articles contained inaccurate quotations falsely attributed to her about her business.

(2163)Ms Veronica Wakineo (Manchester Evening News)

Ms Veronica Wakineo complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the articles contained inaccurate quotations falsely attributed to her about her business.

(2164)Tom Dixon (Reading Post)

Tom Dixon complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article about his sentencing at court which contained a number of inaccuracies relating to the nature of his crime and the charges he faced.

(2165)Mrs Marie Wylie (Tyrone Times)

Mrs Marie Wylie complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspapers had published misleading information about the inquest into her son's death and had caused her family stress and grief.

(2166)Mrs Marie Wylie (Tyrone Courier)

Mrs Marie Wylie complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspapers had published misleading information about the inquest into her son's death and had caused her family stress and grief.

(2167)Mrs Marie Wylie (Mid Ulster Mail)

Mrs Marie Wylie complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspapers had published misleading information about the inquest into her son's death and had caused her family stress and grief.

(2168)Glyn Cousins (Daily Mail)

Glyn Cousins complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published misleading information provided by a property development company called Leptos.

(2169)Kamena Dorling (Daily Mail)

Kamena Dorling of the Migrant Children's Project complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had improperly and inaccurately used the word 'refugee' to refer to economic migrants.

(2170)Baroness Hayman PC (The Daily Telegraph)

Baroness Hayman PC complained to the PCC through Swan Turton Solicitors of London that an article was inaccurate and misleading when it stated that she - 'who was herself under investigation for alleged abuse of the expenses system' - had chaired a House of Lords committee which had made a ruling on the minimum threshold for the designation of a main residence which 'led to her being cleared of wrongdoing'.

(2171)Police officer Tom Dixon (Daily Mirror)

Police officer Tom Dixon complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which reported that he had been accused of attacking his fiance and a love rival with a baton and CS spray when this was not the case.

(2172)Barry Forde (Scottish Sun)

Barry Forde complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article based on an interview he had given to the newspaper had contained several inaccuracies.

(2173)Mr Alex Salmond MSP (Scottish Mail on Sunday)

Mr Alex Salmond MP, the First Minister of Scotland, complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Levy & McRae Solicitors of Glasgow that two articles headlined 'Salmond and the asylum fugitive' and 'Salmond faces probe over case of illegal immigrant', published in the Scottish Mail on Sunday on 17th and 24th January 2010, were inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(2174)Mr Ben Williams (South Wales Argus)

Mr Ben Williams, brother of the late Mr Ieuan Williams, complained to the PCC that an article - paying tribute to the late Mr Ivor Walters and his contribution to the company I.G. Engineering - had suggested that Mr Walters had founded the company, when that was not the case.

(2175)Timothy Cowen (West End Extra)

Timothy Cowen complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article headlined 'City Hall parking crisis deepens - critics fear flaws in re-awarding lucrative contract to NSL Services could cost taxpayers 1m' which wrongly suggested that NSL Services was involved in a fraud probe.

(2176)Lee and Ash Baldwin (Telford Journal)

Lee and Ash Baldwin complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published articles about the relocation of Telford Stage School that contained a number of inaccuracies.

(2177)Mr Shaun Sullivan (News of the World)

Mr Shaun Sullivan complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article had attributed to him a quote which he had not said.

(2178)Mary Braniff (Daily Mirror)

Mary Braniff and her family complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a number of inaccuracies about her late husband, Anthony Braniff.

(2179)A woman (Paisley Daily Express)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a court report of October 2009, published in the Paisley Daily Express, had included her name and home address in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(2180)A woman (The Gazette (Renfrewshire))

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a court report of October 2009, published in The Gazette (Renfrewshire), had included her name and home address in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(2181)Mr Peter Hogan (WalesOnline.co.uk)

Mr Peter Hogan, former Warden of Llandovery College, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that - following the settlement of a dispute being heard at an employment tribunal between the College and Mr Albert Jones - the newspaper had only reported the views of Mr Jones and the current College administration.

(2182)Mr Damian Cox (Nottingham Post)

Mr Damian Cox complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had not published a comment he had submitted in response to an article about the Hillsborough Disaster.

(2183)A woman (Solihull Observer)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article - reporting that her former partner had been ordered to take part in a sex offenders' programme after admitting to making and possessing indecent photographs of children - had included her address (despite the fact that her ex-partner had not lived there for some time), and had made reference to her and her son (which she said was not relevant to the offences reported).

(2184)A man (Hamilton Advertiser)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article had incorrectly claimed that a 20-year-old from the Stonehouse area had become the youngest chartered architect in the United Kingdom.

(2185)Mr Nicholas Kollerstrom (Evening Standard)

Mr Nicholas Kollerstrom complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article first published two years ago and still available on the newspaper's website contained inaccurate statements regarding his professed views on the 7/7 bombings and the holocaust.

(2186)Jack Briggs (The Scotsman)

Jack Briggs complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which reported his ex-wife's position that he was a violent individual who drank heavily.

(2187)Mr Kevin Yates (Daily Mail)

Mr Kevin Yates of Leicester complained to the Press Complaints Commission that, in reporting on new research indicating genetic interbreeding between early Eurasian humans and Neanderthals, the newspaper had inaccurately stated there was also evidence of interbreeding between Neanderthals and Africans, when the opposite was actually the case.

(2188)Kahlil Burke (Racing Post)

Ex-horse trainer Kahlil Burke complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article which inaccurately stated that he had forged a veterinary surgeons signature on official records.

(2189)Marston Group (The Sun)

Mr Gareth Hughes, Deputy Chief Executive of the Marston Group, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a January 2009 article on the newspaper's website - which suggested that the actions of a bailiff were connected to the death of a pensioner - was inaccurate and misleading.

(2190)Ms Farah Ahmed (Evening Standard)

Ms Farah Ahmed is a trustee of the Islamic Shakhsiyah Foundation - a charity which runs Muslim faith schools - and the head teacher of the organisation's Slough-based school.

(2191)Ms Farah Ahmed (Daily Mail)

Ms Farah Ahmed is a trustee of the Islamic Shakhsiyah Foundation - a charity which runs Muslim faith schools - and the head teacher of the organisation's Slough-based school.

(2192)Carol Hodgson (The Sun)

Carol Hodgson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccuracies about her late brother, Richard Cartwright.

(2193)Carol Hodgson (The Mail on Sunday)

Carol Hodgson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published inaccuracies about her late brother, Richard Cartwright.

(2194)Mrs H Beatrice Jones (Sunday Mail)

Mrs H Beatrice Jones complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article about the death of her daughter, Moira Jones, featured letters dictated by her killer confessing to the crime which contained insensitive references.

(2195)Ms Lianne de Mello (The Sun)

Ms Lianne de Mello complained to the Press Complaints Commission that, in an article featuring a number of young people discussing their political views the newspaper had inaccurately attributed quotations to her that she had not said.

(2196)Huw Roberts (Hull Daily Mail)

Huw Roberts complained to the PCC that in a caption the newspaper had inaccurately reported that he had 'quit' and 'walked out' of his job as a project director at East Riding Council, when that was not the case.

(2197)Ms Heather Mills (Daily Mirror)

Ms Heather Mills complained to the PCC that an article was inaccurate in stating that she had been enraged and humiliated when security staff at Heathrow airport asked to take a swab from her prosthetic leg.

(2198)Mr Tom Evans (Daily Express)

Mr Tom Evans complained to the PCC that an article - reporting that a large number of applications for the newly-introduced Employment and Support Allowance had been refused - misled readers by suggesting that claimants were 'faking' their illnesses.

(2199)Mr Bill Holland (Daily Mail)

Mr Bill Holland of the Warwickshire Police complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the article contained several inaccuracies in relation to the death of a couple following a suspected arson attack.

(2200)Mr Alistair Ewen (Evening Express (Aberdeen))

Mr Alistair Ewen, proprietor of the Aberdeen-based salon Tan 2000, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article had alleged that the salon allowed a sunbed appointment for a 15-year-old to be made over the telephone.

(2201)Mr Gordon Halton (Daily Mail)

Mr Gordon Halton of Suffolk, an employee of B&Q, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article on the newspaper's website had inaccurately stated that all B&Q staff were due to receive a 9% bonus by the end of the month.

(2202)The Rt Hon Joyce Quin (The Mail on Sunday)

The Rt Hon Joyce Quin complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a misleading account of the contents of a book she had written about the British constitution.

(2203)Mr David Jan Niechwiadowicz (Sunday Sun)

Mr David Jan Niechwiadowicz complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the article incorrectly referred to the Treblinka extermination camp as 'Poland's Treblinka extermination camp'.

(2204)Mr Jason Joiner (The Sun)

Mr Jason Joiner complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article - reporting an autograph convention that he was organising - had inaccurately stated that German Second World War pilots attending the event were to charge 150 for an autograph.

(2205)West London Mental Health Trust (The Sun)

Ms Lucy McGee, Director of Communications for the West London Mental Health Trust, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article about a missing knife on a ward at Broadmoor Hospital contained inaccuracies.

(2206)Mr Chris Denning (The Daily Telegraph)

Mr Chris Denning complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the article incorrectly stated that he had complained that his human rights had been violated because he could not have sex with children or take naked photographs of them.

(2207)Mr Jack Irvine (Sunday Herald)

Mr Jack Irvine, Executive Chairman of Media House International, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that coverage of the circumstances surrounding the resignation of Councillor Steven Purcell was inaccurate and misleading, particularly with regard to his handling of the matter as Mr Purcell's PR advisor.

(2208)Mr Rob Greenwood (Daily Mail)

Mr Rob Greenwood complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the article incorrectly stated that the 1.4% of the population was disabled, and that there was an over provision of disabled parking bays.

(2209)Rob Bartlett (Daily Express)

Rob Bartlett complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately reported that 50 US children had contracted salmonella from kissing frogs in imitation of a Disney film.

(2210)Mr TR and Mrs FM Roberts (Banbury Guardian)

Mr TR and Mrs FM Roberts complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately suggested that a shower in their home was responsible for a damp problem in a neighbouring house.

(2211)Mrs Diane Stevenson (The Daily Telegraph)

Mrs Diane Stevenson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that articles in the three newspapers inaccurately reported that she had worked as a stripper in a night club prior to meeting her husband, Reverend David Stevenson.

(2212)Mrs Diane Stevenson (Daily Express)

Mrs Diane Stevenson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that articles in the three newspapers inaccurately reported that she had worked as a stripper in a night club prior to meeting her husband, Reverend David Stevenson.

(2213)Mrs Diane Stevenson (The Sun)

Mrs Diane Stevenson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that articles in the three newspapers inaccurately reported that she had worked as a stripper in a night club prior to meeting her husband, Reverend David Stevenson.

(2214)Lord & Lady Cholmondeley (The Sunday Telegraph)

Lord & Lady Cholmondeley complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a diary item was inaccurate when it stated that - after having twins delivered by Caesarean section - the identity of their heir would be determined by weight.

(2215)A woman (Metro)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had inaccurately stated that David Cameron had made reference to a '2.5 billion' donation to the Liberal Democrats.

(2216)Janet Cunliffe (Daily Mirror)

Janet Cunliffe complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a story which wrongly stated that her son denied taking part in an attack that left a man dead, but 'admitted to watching the attack take place'.

(2217)Angela Browning MP (Exeter Express & Echo)

Angela Browning MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had not corrected online an article's reference to an expenses claim by her that it had recognised was inaccurate shortly after publication.

(2218)West London Mental Health Trust (The Citizen (Gloucester))

Ms Lucy McGee, Director of Communications for the West London Mental Health Trust, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article relating to Broadmoor Hospital inaccurately referred to it as a 'jail'.

(2219)A woman (The Sun)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Liz Willows of the Camden LGBT Forum that the newspaper had raised a breach of Clause 12 (Discrimination) in referring to her as a 'gender bender' in the text and headline of an article originally published in 2008 but still hosted on its website.

(2220)Mr D Thomas QC and Professor W R Cornish QC (The Times)

Mr D Thomas QC and Professor W R Cornish QC complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a letter from a reader that inaccurately recalled details of a research project into the functioning of juries, which took place in the late 1960s.

(2221)Ms Donna Price (Woman's Weekly)

Ms Donna Price complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the magazine had published a private family photograph, without seeking consent, in order to illustrate a story wholly unconnected to her family, but bearing similarities to her family's situation.

(2222)Dr Aaron Sell (The Sunday Times)

Dr Aaron Sell of the University of California complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article that inaccurately characterised his research and inaccurately attributed comments to him.

(2223)Cranswick Convenience Foods (South Yorkshire Times)

Cranswick Convenience Foods complained to the Press Complaints Commission, through Gordons solicitors, that an article - reporting that a factory worker was undergoing operations to save his arm after an accident at work - had suggested that the company ignored the worker's family by refusing to speak to his partner.

(2224)Kenneth Crombie (The Sun)

Kenneth Crombie complained to the Press Complaints Commission that two articles - reporting his ex-wife's account following his conviction for grievous bodily harm against her - contained a number of inaccuracies.

(2225)Jill Stewart (The Sun)

Jill Stewart complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had misled readers by referring to diabetes in children as an 'avoidable condition'.

(2226)Ms Jo Margetson (The Daily Telegraph)

Ms Jo Margetson complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article, which reported that she had been harassed by a colleague (and which was based on an initial report in the Sun), contained a comment she had not made.

(2227)Ms Avril Russell on behalf of her husband George Anton (Metro)

Ms Avril Russell complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of her husband, George Anton, that the newspaper had failed to report the outcome of a court case in which he had been involved. Her husband had subsequently been cleared of all charges.

(2228)Miss Jenni Summer (The Sun)

Miss Jenni Summer complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article which made allegations about asylum seekers killing and eating swans was still available on the newspaper's website, despite earlier complaints about the piece - which had been published originally in 2003 - resulting in a clarification.

(2229)Mr Graham Barker (The Times)

Mr Graham Barker complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article -commenting on suicide rates in the Hebden Bridge area - had posed the question 'So why does picture-postcard Hebden Bridge have one of the highest suicide rates in England?'

(2230)Colin Francome (The Independent)

Colin Francome, Emeritus Professor at Middlesex University, complained to the PCC that the newspaper had inaccurately described a poll he had commissioned about public opinion on Afghanistan as 'an opinion poll for The Independent' in an article reporting its findings.

(2231)Mr Stephen Dosman (The Cambridge Student)

Mr Stephen Dosman, on behalf of Cambridge Community Samba Band Arco Iris, complained to the PCC that the newspaper had illustrated the headline ''Drugs fair' will go ahead' with a photograph of one of their members performing with the band which included the band logo.

(2232)Bob Hudson (Sunday Sun)

Bob Hudson complained on behalf of his daughter to the PCC that the newspaper had breached Clauses 3 (Privacy), 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) and 12 (Discrimination) of the Code when it publishe