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(3393)Mr John Ryan (What's on TV)
Mr John Ryan complained that a brief letter published in the 'You Asked Us' section of the magazine had been written by a member of its staff. In his view, the presentation of the letter was inaccurate and misleading.
(3394)Mrs Raqual Harper-Titchener (Southport Visiter)
Mrs Raqual Harper-Titchener, widow of Major Matthew Titchener who was killed in Iraq in 2003, complained that an article was inaccurate when it stated that she had remarried.
(3395)Chelsea FC (Daily Mail)
Chelsea Football Club complained, through Carter-Ruck solicitors, that an article inaccurately suggested that Chelsea players had rejected a request to travel to Hull on the day of the Carling Cup match.
(3396)Ms Angela Robinson (The Mail on Sunday)

Ms Angela Robinson complained, through her MP the Right Honourable John Prescott, that a freelance journalist working for the newspaper had spoken to her twelve-year-old son, at length and without the consent or presence of a parent, in his car and in the childs home.

(3397)Mr Gary Coomb and Mr Peter Clackett (Sunday Mirror)
Mr Gary Coombs and Mr Peter Clackett, respectively the husband and father of Joanne Coombs, complained that the newspaper had inaccurately reported the circumstances of her Joannes tragic death.
(3398)Ms Angela McNab (The Sun)
Ms Angela McNab, the Chief Executive of the Human Fertilisation and Embryo Authority, complained, through David Price Solicitors & Advocates, that an article had inaccurately suggested that a libel claim involving the HFEA left taxpayers facing a legal bill of 1 million.
(3399)Mr Andrew Stewart (The Star)
Mr Andrew Stewart of Doncaster complained that an article was inaccurate in its description of a recently-piloted school safety device.
(3400)Donald A MacLeod (Daily Record)
Donald A. MacLeod of Argyll & Bute a member and office bearer of the Free Church of Scotland complained about an article which reported on a member of the Vatten and Glendale Free Church who had pleaded guilty to child abuse charges.
(3401)Richard Baker (Daily Mirror)
Richard Baker complained from Broadmoor that the article had inaccurately suggested that Ian Huntley had forged a 'bond' with him in jail.
(3402)Mr Edward Ede (The Citizen (Gloucester))

Mr Edward Ede of Gloucester complained that an article had inaccurately claimed that he had been accused of fraud and perverting the course of justice.

(3403)Homecare (NI) Ltd (Banbridge Chronicle)
Homecare (NI) Ltd complained through Tiernans Solicitors that an article about service it had provided to a Banbridge pensioner gave the misleading impression that its service both in this case and more generally was unreliable and not to a high standard.
(3404)Mr George Wilkinson (Yorkshire Evening Post)
Mr George Wilkinson of East Grimsted complained that an individuals claim that it would be fairly easy to convert Airsoft Guns to live ammunition was inaccurate.
(3405)Mr Akinwale Arobieke (Wirral Globe)
Mr Akinwale Arobieke complained that the newspaper had referred to him by a name which he found racist and offensive.
(3406)A woman (Sunday World)
A woman from Belfast complained that the newspaper had inaccurately suggested that she had publicly threatened to disown her husband.
(3407)Corby Borough Council (Sunday Express)
Councillor Pat Fawcett, Leader of the Council and Chris Mallender, Chief Executive of Corby Borough Council, complained that an article claiming that Corby was the ASBO capital of Britain contained a number of inaccuracies.
(3408)Andrew Spink (Wakefield Guardian)
Andrew Spink complained that an article which reported on an accident in which his brother had died contained inaccuracies which had caused his family a great deal of distress.
(3409)Ms Katie Price and Peter Andre (Heat)

Ms Katie Price and Peter Andre complained, through Lee and Thompson solicitors, that the magazine had published a sticker, which showed Katies young son Harvey with the imposed speech bubble 'Harvey wants to eat me!'.

(3410)Mr Gary Coombs (Closer)
Mr Gary Coombs complained that the magazine had inaccurately reported the circumstances surrounding the tragic death of his wife, who had sacrificed herself on the same rail track where their daughter had recently died.
(3411)Reliance Custodial Services (Scottish Sun)
Mr Jim Greenoak, Operations Director (Scotland) of Reliance Custodial Services, complained that an article about one of the companys employees who also worked as a steward at Celtic Football Club contained inaccuracies.
(3412)Sandbach High School and Sixth Form College (Sandbach Chronicle)
Ms Lyn Hughes, Publicity and Marketing Manager of Sandbach High School and Sixth Form College, complained that an editorial in regard to the non-publication of its A Level results which republished in full an earlier editorial about the newspapers deteriorating relationship with the school was inaccurate and misleading.
(3413)Mr Gary Coombs (Daily Mirror)
Mr Gary Coombs complained that the newspaper had inaccurately reported the circumstances surrounding the tragic death of his wife, who had sacrificed herself on the same rail track where their daughter had recently died.
(3414)Katie Butcher (Crawley News)
Katie Butcher complained about an article that reported on a car accident in which her brother had been killed.
(3415)Katie Butcher (East Grinstead Courier & Observer)

Katie Butcher complained about two articles that reported on a car accident in which her brother had been killed.

(3416)A woman (OK! Magazine)
A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Swan Turton solicitors that an article published in OK! Magazine was intrusive in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Code of Practice.
(3417)Mr Alex Lothian (Sunday Mail)
Mr Alex Lothian of Fife complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined Ship of fools, published in the Sunday Mail on 14 October 2007, was inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy).
(3418)Jacqueline Morris (Colchester Gazette)
Jacqueline Morris, a resident of Haven Village, complained about the coverage of a court action in which she was involved.
(3419)Jacqueline Morris (Clacton Gazette)
Jacqueline Morris, a resident of Haven Village, complained about the coverage of a court action in which she was involved.
(3420)Mr Brian Souter and his son (Scottish Sun)
Mr Brian Souter and his son Scott complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Levy & McRae solicitors of Glasgow that an article headlined 'Stagecoach son nicks dads car', published in the Scottish Sun on 14 September 2007, was intrusive in breach of Clause 6 (Children) of the Code of Practice and identified Brian Souter in breach of Clause 9 (Reporting of Crime) of the Code.
(3421)Mr Peter Aisagbhoni (The Daily Telegraph)
Mr Peter Aisagbhoni, of Kettering, complained that the newspaper had inaccurately referred to the National Association of Seadogs as a cult gang.
(3422)Jon Bond (Daily Express)
Jon Bond, Chief Executive Officer of Tele-Traffic (UK) Ltd, complained that an article had inaccurately asserted that a laser gun supplied by his company had been withdrawn from service by the Kent police because it had failed to meet the minimum legal requirements.
(3423)Amanda Bennett (The Observer)
Amanda Bennett of Cheltenham complained about the accuracy of comments attributed to her in an article which reported on her brothers death in India.
(3424)Terence Spooner (Newport Advertiser)
Terence Spooner Proprietor of Ultimate Private Hire/Taxis in Newport complained that an article suggesting that taxis could be banned from a local car park to free up space was misleading.
(3425)World Cancer Research Fund (Western Daily Press)
Mr Richard Evans, Head of Media Relations for the World Cancer Research Fund, complained that a comment piece had contained the implication that those responsible for a recent WCRF inquiry may have motivated by 'reasons not unadjacent to money'.
(3426)Chelsea FC (The Sun)
Chelsea Football Club complained, through Carter-Ruck solicitors, that the newspaper had inaccurately claimed that Chelsea had offered the job of manager to Marco Van Basten.
(3427)Ms C Vernon (Glossop Chronicle)
Ms C Vernon of Lancashire complained that the newspaper had published a photograph of local MPs at Tameside Hospital, which had been manipulated to include James Purnell MP, the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport.
(3428)Muslim Council of Britain (The Sunday Telegraph)
Mr Muhammed Rafi, the Executive Director of the Muslim Council of Britain, complained that the article had inaccurately reported its position on English-speaking Imams.
(3429)Mr John Crummy (Liverpool Echo)
Mr John Crummy complained that an article about the purchase of his house contained inaccuracies and identified him.
(3430)Lembit Opik MP (Daily Express)
Lembit Opik MP complained that an article had inaccurately suggested that he had ended his relationship with his former partner, Sian Lloyd, for his current partner, Gabriela Irimia.
(3431)Mr Simon Kilby (Lancashire Telegraph)
Mr Simon Kilby of Clitheroe complained that an article about S&B Parking had contained a number of inaccuracies.
(3432)Ms Jacqueline Sharp (Scottish Daily Express)
Ms Jacqueline Sharp complained that an article based on allegations made by her ex-partner portrayed her as a prostitute and vice worker when she was, in fact, neither of those things.
(3433)Paul Frayne (Lancashire Telegraph)
Paul Frayne of Lancashire complained about an article which reported on the death of his nephew, Ryan Frayne, in Australia.
(3434)Mr Tristan Greville (Cornish Guardian)
Mr Tristan Greville of Polperro complained that an article which referred to an image he had taken while at sea contained inaccuracies.
(3435)Ms Michelle Carlile (The Docklands)
Ms Michelle Carlile complained that an article which reported her experience of living in the Greenwich Millennium Village was misleading.
(3436)George Foulkes MSP (The Scotsman)
George Foulkes MSP, Lord Foulkes of Cumnock, complained that an article inaccurately claimed that he had voted in 'only 22%' of divisions in the House of Lords. In fact, the correct figure is 72%.
(3437)National AIDS Trust (The Metro)
Ms Katherine Sladden, the Communications Officer of the National AIDS Trust, complained that the newspaper had inaccurately stated that a man had been found guilty of 'deliberately' spreading HIV.
(3438)Mr P L Fitzsimmons (Scottish Sun)
Mr P L Fitzsimmons of North Yorkshire complained that an article about his private life contained a number of inaccuracies.
(3439)Mr Steve Jorden (Sunday Mercury)
Mr Steve Jorden, Head of Environmental Services at Wychavon District Council, complained that an article about the potential dangers of contaminated flood water in the Midlands had misrepresented his views on the issue.
(3440)Mr Paul Philippou (Perthshire Advertiser)
Mr Paul Philippou of Perth complained that an article warning readers about a scam involving thieves working in pairs in supermarkets stated 'As is typical in crimes of this type, she was approached by two women thought to be of Eastern European origin'.
(3441)Eurostar (News of the World)
Eurostar Group Limited complained that a newspaper columnist had inaccurately claimed that Eurostar had charged 900 for a return ticket from Ashford to Paris at the time of the Rugby World Cup final.
(3442)Mr Darren Lawrenson (Daily Mail)
Mr Darren Lawrenson complained that a court report regarding the tragic death of his daughter, Ellie Lawrenson, was inaccurate when it claimed that his partner still lived in the house where Ellie died and he had moved elsewhere.
(3443)Mr Darren Lawrenson (Liverpool Echo)
Mr Darren Lawrenson complained that an article about the tragic death of his daughter, Ellie Lawrenson, was inaccurate and misleading.
(3444)Cleaning Products Industry Association (Prima magazine)
Dr Andrew Williams Director General of the UK Cleaning Products Industry Association (UKCPI) complained on behalf of the organisation that an article made several inaccurate claims about the chemical make up of everyday cleaning products.
(3445)David West (The Times)
David West, proprietor of Hey Jo nightclub and Abracadabra restaurant in Mayfair, complained that an article had inaccurately described Hey Jo as a 'lap-dancing club'.
(3446)David West (London Lite)
David West, proprietor of Hey Jo nightclub and Abracadabra restaurant in Mayfair, complained that an article had inaccurately described Hey Jo as a 'sex club' in the headline.
(3447)David West (The Independent)
David West, proprietor of Hey Jo nightclub in Mayfair, complained that an article had given a misleading impression of Hey-Jo by describing it as an 'erotic-themed'.
(3448)David West (The London Paper)
David West, proprietor of Hey Jo nightclub in Mayfair, complained that an article had given a misleading impression of Hey-Jo by describing it as an 'erotic' club.
(3449)Siencyn Langham (Cambrian News)
Siencyn Langham complained that an article about his fathers conviction inaccurately claimed that his father had lived in Aberystwyth, and intruded into his own privacy by publishing his place of residence.
(3450)A woman (News & Star)
A woman complained that, the morning after her husbands death, a reporter had knocked on her door and asked her son if he would like to write a tribute to his father.
(3451)Mrs Carol Ledner (Hull Daily Mail)
Mrs Carol Ledner of Hull complained that an inquest report about the death of her son Stephen Ledner has inaccurately claimed that he had served time in prison for burglary.
(3452)Slough Refugee Support (Daily Mail)
Ms Anna Chaplin of Slough Refugee Support complained that a front page article on migration to and from the United Kingdom used technically accurate but misleading figures which were not explained fully until a later two-page spread and that the newspaper had used misleading photographs to illustrate the piece.
(3453)Mr Peter McKay (Hereford Times)
Mr Peter McKay of Leominster complained that the newspaper had published out of date contact details for Wellington Bowls Club, despite the fact that he had provided the correct information when the erroneous details had previously appeared.
(3454)Lembit Opik MP (Wales on Sunday)
Lembit Opik MP complained that an article had inaccurately stated that he had left his former partner for his current partner.
(3455)Lembit Opik MP (The Sun)
Lembit Opik MP complained that an article was inaccurate in two ways: first, that it stated he had broken off his engagement to his former partner; and second, that he had left her for another woman.
(3456)Chris Tarrant (Daily Mail)
The television presenter Chris Tarrant complained, through Russells solicitors, that the newspaper had published two articles, based on an interview with his former wife, that contained intrusive details about him and his son in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) and 6 (Children) of the Code.
(3457)A man (Chat)
A man from Fife complained to the Press Complaints Commission through solicitors that an article headlined 'Beaten, raped and brutalised', published in Chat magazine on 13 September 2007, was inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and intruded into his familys grief in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock).
(3458)The Rt Hon John Prescott MP (Daily Mail)
The Rt. Hon. John Prescott MP complained that the newspaper had inaccurately suggested that he was 'in line for a golden goodbye of 33,500' when he ceased to be Deputy Prime Minister.
(3459)A man (Lancashire Telegraph)
A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Burnley bodies may be sent to Blackburn', published on 9 March 2007 in the Lancashire Telegraph, had failed to protect him as a confidential source of information in breach of Clause 14 (Confidential Sources).
(3460)Mr Richard Holyroyd (New Scientist)
Mr Richard Holroyd complained that the 'Last Word' section of the magazine carried inaccurate answers to a question about why muddy water running across a road was separated into bands.
(3461)Mavis and John Boreham (The Reporter and Broadcaster (Saffron Walden))
Mavis and John Boreham of Saffron Walden complained that an article and two readers letters on the subject of their sons conviction inaccurately suggested that he had a previous conviction for sending two girls obscene text messages when in fact it was only one girl.
(3462)Mr Alan Bain (Scottish Mail on Sunday)

Mr Alan Bain complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Anderson Strathern Solicitors, Edinburgh, that an article headlined 'Tartan Day chief facing $1m charity cash probe', published in The Mail on Sunday (Scottish Edition) on 20 May 2007, was inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Code of Practice.

(3463)Mrs Harriet Bullock (Yours)
Mrs Harriet Bullock of Suffolk complained that her story as one of a group of campaigning widows fighting for a public inquiry after their haemophiliac husbands had been given contaminated blood contained inaccuracies.
(3464)Lady Cornelia Palmer (Daily Mail)
Lady Cornelia Palmer complained, through Turcan Connell solicitors, that an article had inaccurately claimed that her divorce from Lord Palmer had been on the grounds of unreasonable behaviour.
(3465)A teacher (Scottish Sun)
A teacher complained that she had been harassed by a reporter who had questioned her about allegations that she had conducted a relationship with a pupil.
(3466)Ms Joyce Pinfield (Daily Mail)
Ms Joyce Pinfield of Bromsgrove complained that an article, which reported the claims of a man with whom she was involved in a legal dispute, was misleading.
(3467)Ms Charlotte Church (London Lite)
Ms Charlotte Church complained through her representative, Mr Mark Melton, that an article was inaccurate in claiming that she had 'kicked her fianc Gavin Henson out of their home' and that Mr Henson had subsequently moved back into his mothers house.
(3468)A woman (South Wales Echo)
A woman complained that an article reporting on the jail sentence of the man found guilty of raping her inaccurately stated that the assault had begun as consensual sex.
(3469)Matt Galley (Hexham Courant)
Matt Galley, Secretary of the Tynedale Branch of Unison, complained that an article had presented comments he had made on the retention payments being offered to only senior staff at Tynedale council in confidential correspondence in such a way as to misleadingly suggest he had been interviewed by the newspaper.
(3470)Michael and Carol Sullivan (Sunday Mirror)
Michael and Carol Sullivan complained about a published interview with Mrs Sullivans nephew, the actor Sid Owen.
(3471)Mr Mark Tupper (First magazine)
Mr Mark Tupper of Leicestershire complained that a feature about his ex-wife was inaccurate when it claimed that, following the divorce, she had been left alone with their two daughters. In fact, he said, they had lived with him.
(3472)Paul Frayne (Daily Mirror)
Paul Frayne of Lancashire complained about an article which reported on the death of his nephew, Ryan Frayne, in Australia.
(3473)Paul Frayne (Daily Express)
Paul Frayne of Lancashire complained about an article which reported on the death of his nephew, Ryan Frayne, in Australia.
(3474)Cornwall County Council (Falmouth Packet)
Cornwall County Councils Childrens Services Department complained that an article about a local couples fight to stop their grandchildren being adopted presented their account of what had taken place as fact.
(3475)Mr Simon Purcell (The Sun)

Mr Simon Purcell of Sussex complained that an article had inaccurately suggested that he had an inappropriate Facebook profile while still a serving police community support officer.

(3476)The Refugee Council (Daily Express)
Ms Hannah Ward, National Media Officer of The Refugee Council, complained that an article which claimed that 'criminal asylum seekers' had escaped from the Campsfield House immigration removal centre was inaccurate.
(3477)Mrs Caroline Haynes (Worcester News)
Mrs Caroline Haynes of Worcester complained that an article which reported the sentencing of her neighbour, after he was found guilty of assault by beating, was inaccurate when it stated that officers were questioning the man about the complainants 'drunk and disorderly behaviour'.
(3478)Mr Malcolm Davis (Dudley News)
Mr Malcolm Davis complained that a series of letters in the run-up to the local elections in Dudley in May 2007 in which he lost his seat as a UKIP councillor contained inaccurate and misleading information about him and that he had been denied an opportunity to reply.
(3479)Ms Audrey Frankland Pearson (Radio Times)
Ms Audrey Frankland Pearson of Houghton-le-Spring complained that a preview of My Boy Jack a drama about Rudyard Kiplings son John had claimed as fact that John Kipling was known as Jack.
(3480)Mr Arthur De Val (Mid-Devon Advertiser)

Mr Arthur De Val of Newton Abbot complained that an article about his fight to develop properties had inaccurately claimed that police had offered to maintain a presence during any future council meetings if he was present.

(3481)Martyn Redman (Daily Mail)
Martyn Redman, the Executive Producer of Thumbs Up Television, complained that the newspaper had inaccurately suggested that he was involved in a romantic relationship with Cilla Black.
(3482)Chris Tarrant (The Sun)
The television presenter Chris Tarrant complained, through Russells solicitors, that the newspaper had published an interview with his former wife that contained intrusive details about him and his son in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) and 6 (Children) of the Code.
(3483)Lembit Opik MP (The Sunday Times)
Lembit Opik MP complained that an article inaccurately suggested that his ex-fiance had broken off their engagement after he began a relationship with another woman.
(3484)Ms Coleen McLoughlin (Reveal)
Ms Coleen McLoughlin complained through Halliwells solicitors that an article had inaccurately claimed that her parents had received death threats.
(3485)Ms Leila Mahmoud (Isle of Wight County Press)
Ms Leila Mahmoud of Ryde complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article published by the Isle of Wight County Press on 26 January 2007 headlined Man attacked girlfriend's lesbian lover was inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Code of Practice.
(3486)Mrs Noreen Zavaroni ()
Mrs Noreen Zavaroni of Clydebank raised a number of concerns over the publication of an article which had inaccurately reported the cause of her five year old son Davids death.
(3487)Mr Kevin Bennetts (The Cornishman)
Mr Kevin Bennetts of Consols Oils complained that an apology published by the newspaper as part of legal settlement had contained inaccuracies.
(3488)Ms Sharif Nashashibi (Daily Mail)
Mr Sharif Nashashibi of Arab Media Watch complained that an article had inaccurately referred to the democratically elected Fatah government being wrecked by Hamas.
(3489)Ms Fay Bevan (Sunday Sport)
Ms Fay Bevan of Merthyr Tydfil complained that an article about her in the Sunday Sport was inaccurate in describing her sex life.
(3490)Ms Zaina Al-Sabah (Daily Mail)
Ms Zaina Al-Sabah complained that an article about her marriage to the son of Osama Bin Laden contained a number of inaccuracies.
(3491)Ryanair (The Sunday Times)
Mr Michael Cawley, Chief Operating Officer & Deputy Chief Executive of Ryanair, complained that an article which compared prices between traditional and no-frills airlines was inaccurate and misleading.
(3492)Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran (The Sun)
Hamid Babaei, First Secretary of the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran, complained that an article in the newspaper had inaccurately asserted that Dr Mohammed Asha one of the doctors arrested in connection to the Glasgow car bombs was Iranian when in fact he was from Jordan.
(3493)Mrs J Y Peart (The Northern Echo)

Mrs J Y Peart of Durham complained that the caption to accompany a photograph in an article about the proposed development at Mount Oswald golf course was misleading and that the article did not make clear that developers planned to build on over 50% of the site.

(3494)Caroline Langdon (The Sun)
Caroline Langdon of Reading complained about the insensitive manner in which the newspaper had reported on the discovery of her friends body.
(3495)Mrs Mary Karaolis (Methodist Recorder)
Mrs Mary Karaolis, President of the Association of Rizokarpasso in Britain, complained that a feature on Northern Cyprus had contained inaccuracies, and had misrepresented the reality of the situation in the Karpas Peninsula in its claim that Greek and Turkish Cypriots lived side by side.
(3496)Lorraine Russell (South London Press)
Lorraine Russell complained on behalf of her brother Leon Russell that a report on his conviction for attempted murder contained inaccuracies including the claim that he was convicted of possessing a firearm with intent to endanger life and included the partial address of the family home.
(3497)Jennifer Allen (Sheffield Star)
Jennifer Allen of Sheffield complained about an approach from the newspapers reporter following the announcement of her daughters death in the newspaper.
(3498)Mr Kevin Shields (Spalding Target)
Mr Kevin Shields of Spalding complained that a photograph showing the scene after a road accident where his daughter had been killed had intruded into his and his familys grief.
(3499)Mrs Claire Henry (Daily Mail)

Mrs Claire Henry complained, through Swan Turton solicitors, that an article on the website of the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday had inaccurately claimed that, following her separation from husband Thierry Henry, she had 'sought comfort' with her former boyfriend.

(3500)Ms Joyce Pinfield (Clevedon Mercury)
Ms Joyce Pinfield of Bromsgrove complained that an article was inaccurate in its presentation of claims made against her by her former partner.
(3501)Paignton Community & Sports College (Evening Standard)
Miss Jane English, Principal of Paignton Community & Sports College, complained that an article was inaccurate when it stated that one of her students, who was pregnant, had been asked by teachers to give advice to four of her school friends who had also become pregnant.
(3502)Paignton Community & Sports College (The Sun)
Miss Jane English, Principal of Paignton Community & Sports College, complained that an article was inaccurate when it stated that one of her students, who was pregnant, had been asked by teachers to give advice to four of her school friends who had also fallen pregnant.
(3503)Paignton Community & Sports College (Daily Mail)
Miss Jane English, Principal of Paignton Community & Sports College, complained that two articles about one of her students, who had fallen pregnant, contained various inaccuracies.
(3504)Foxtons Ltd (Daily Mail)
Foxtons Ltd complained, through Mishcon de Reya solicitors, that the newspaper had inaccurately reported the outcome of a case between Foxtons and television actress Konnie Huq.
(3505)Ms Jo Pearse (Central Somerset Gazette)
Ms Jo Pearse, Care Manager of Norbins House for deafblind people, complained that two articles reporting the complaints lodged by a former employee of the home had contained a number of inaccuracies and unsubstantiated claims, for example that residents were made to do housework as punishment, and that only a vegan diet was available to residents.
(3506)A man (Northwich Guardian)
A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a video published on the Northwich Guardian website on 14 July headlined 'Teenagers torch moving train' and an article accompanied by images from the video published on 18 July headlined 'YOBS ON FILM' identified his fifteen-year-old son in breach of Clause 6 (Children) of the Code.
(3507)Lacey Turner (Daily Sport)
Ms Carolyn Weinstein, the Company Manager for EastEnders, complained on behalf of actress Lacey Turner that the newspaper had published a deliberately misleading photograph of her. It showed her face superimposed onto a naked womans body.
(3508)A woman (Wigan Observer)
A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article, published in the Wigan Observer on 29th May headlined 'Teacher found electrocuted' contained excessive detail about a death by suicide in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Code.
(3509)Mrs Margaret McCluskey (Daily Record)
Mrs Margaret McCluskey of Bellshill complained about an article that was published after she received a visit from a freelance reporter to discuss the critical comments she had made about the priest who took the service at her husbands funeral.
(3510)Dr David McCartney (Sunday Mail)
Dr David McCartney complained through solicitors Shepherd and Wedderburn that an article inaccurately suggested that he had been suspended from Castle Craig Clinic after the death of a patient he was treating.
(3511)A woman (Wigan Evening Post)
A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article, published in the Wigan Evening Post on 25th May 2007, headlined 'Electrocuted', contained excessive detail about a death by suicide in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Code.
(3512)Brixton Mosque and Islamic Cultural Centre (Evening Standard)
AbdulHaq Addae, Media Liaison at Brixton Mosque and Islamic Cultural Centre, complained that an article about Sheikh Abdullah El-Faisal was inaccurate when it referred to him as the 'Brixton Mosque preacher'.
(3513)Mr Jon Farrar (Daily Press)
Mr Jon Farrar of Harleston complained that an article about aerial crop spraying in the 1960s which had focused on the personal recollections of a local businessman had contained inaccuracies.
(3514)Mr Christopher McLean (Press & Journal (Aberdeen))

Mr Christopher McLean of Aberdeen complained that a court report had misrepresented his plea, which contained legal parlance conveying that there was no contact with the kicks to the boys back, or with the jotter to any part of the boys body.

(3515)Ms Jane Barham (Horse and Hound)
Jane Barham of Northamptonshire complained that the published version of a letter she had submitted for publication a tribute to Yvonne Gosss horse Perrys Pearl in light of his retirement included a sentence which had been inserted by the magazine.
(3516)Ms Patricia McKeever (The Times)
Ms Patricia McKeever, Editor of the religious newsletter Catholic Truth, complained that an article headlined 'Catholic witch-hunt to expose gay clergy' (18 June 2007) contained a number of inaccuracies.
(3517)Miss Charlotte Church and Mr Gavin Henson (Daily Star)
Miss Charlotte Church and Mr Gavin Henson complained through their representative, Mr Mark Melton, that photographs which appeared in the Daily Star intruded into their privacy.
(3518)Mr David Taylor MP (Daily Mail)
David Taylor, MP for North West Leicestershire, complained that an article was misleading because it listed him among a group of MPs who had not voted in favour of a plan to help pensioners whose retirement schemes had collapsed.
(3519)Ms Janet Lawrence (Evening Standard)
Janet Lawrence of Middlesex complained that an article had inaccurately described her as a 'prostitute' who worked under the alias of 'Mistress Alana'.
(3520)Ms Janet Lawrence (London Lite)
Janet Lawrence of Middlesex complained that an article had inaccurately described her as a 'prostitute' who worked under the alias of 'Mistress Alana'.
(3521)Mrs Amanda Hall (Daily Mirror)
Mrs Amanda Hall complained that an article had inaccurately reported that her mother, Rosemary Pagett, had been raped in her home, and had died in hospital ten days later.
(3522)Ms Wendy Stephen (Sunday Express)
Ms Wendy Stephen of Stonehaven complained that an article headlined Dangers of the MMR jab 'covered up'', published on 15 July 2007, was inaccurate and misleading.
(3523)Mr Douglas McDonald (Scottish Sun)
Mr Douglas McDonald of Edinburgh complained that an article had inaccurately claimed that he had been involved in an argument with his neighbour, a cancer sufferer.
(3524)A man (Scottish News of the World)

A man complained to the PCC that an article headlined 'You love Borat', published in the Scottish News of the World on 15 July 2007, intruded into his private life in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Code of Practice.

(3525)Ms Peaches Geldof (Daily Star)
Ms Peaches Geldof complained through Swan Turton solicitors of London that an article claiming she had verbally abused Coleen McLoughlin was inaccurate.
(3526)Ms Peaches Geldof (Daily Star)
Ms Peaches Geldof complained through Swan Turton solicitors of London that an article was inaccurate in suggesting that she was planning to marry her boyfriend in Ibiza and that her father was angry about the possibility.
(3527)Mrs Tina Middleton (The Sentinel (Staffordshire))

Mrs Tina Middleton complained that an article about the arrest of her next-door-but-one neighbours had included a picture not of the neighbours home but of her property.

(3528)Mr J A Nickolls (The Daily Telegraph)
Mr J A Nickolls of Oldham complained that an article had inaccurately stated that Neil Martin was the first person to sue the Inland Revenue for alleged negligence or administration incompetence.
(3529)Ms Hazel Maguire (Daily Mail)
Ms Hazel Maguire complained that an article about her experience of teenage alcoholism contained numerous inaccuracies.
(3530)Ms Gail McGreevy (Andersonstown News)
Ms Gail McGreevy, Head of News at the PSNI Department of Media and PR, complained that an article had referred misleadingly to the investigation into the murder of Grace Moore.
(3531)Andrew Sceats (Woman's Own)
Andrew Sceats of Shropshire complained that an article reporting a readers experience of Hopi Ear Candling included the incorrect suggestion that ear wax was drawn from inside the ear canal and deposited into the ear candle.
(3532)Mr John McLean (Hamilton Advertiser)
Mr John McLean of Hamilton complained that the newspaper had invaded his privacy by including his address and a photo of his house in a report of an incident that had occurred at the property.
(3533)A woman (The Sun)
A woman from Oxford complained that the newspaper had published a photograph of her children, bicycling through flood water.
(3534)Mr Lee Cook (Daily Mail)
Mr Lee Cook, Principal Clerk of the Chambers of Timothy Raggatt QC, complained that the newspaper had inaccurately identified him as the victim of murder.
(3535)Mr Lee Cook (London Lite)
Mr Lee Cook, Principal Clerk of the Chambers of Timothy Raggatt QC, complained that the newspaper had inaccurately identified him as the victim of murder.
(3536)Mr Lee Cook (Metro)
Mr Lee Cook, Principal Clerk of the Chambers of Timothy Raggatt QC, complained that the newspaper had inaccurately identified him as the victim of murder.
(3537)Eden Blyth (Whitby Gazette)
Eden Blyth complained that a letter he had submitted for publication in the newspaper had appeared in an edited form that altered its original context.
(3538)Lembit Opik MP (Sunday Express)
Lembit Opik MP complained that an article had inaccurately claimed that he was involved in a reality television programme called 'Killing the Cheeky Girls' despite his assurances made to the television editor prior to the publication of the article to the contrary.
(3539)A married couple (FHM)
A married couple complained to the Press Complaints Commission through solicitors that a photograph of their daughter, featured in the April 2007 edition of FHM, had been published without consent and intruded into her privacy in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 6 (Children) of the Code of Practice.
(3540)A woman (Evening Standard)
A woman complained that the newspaper had published a photograph of her whilst she was removing graffiti from a bus stop and inaccurately suggested that she was in fact the perpetrator of the vandalism.
(3541)Miss Nadia Johnston (OK! Magazine)
Miss Nadia Johnston complained that a front cover photoshoot purporting to be of David & Victoria Beckham which also referred to an interview inside the magazine was inaccurate and misleading since those photographed were, in fact, look-alike actors.
(3542)Mr James Hart (OK! Magazine)
Mr James Hart complained that a front cover photoshoot purporting to be of David & Victoria Beckham which also referred to an interview inside the magazine was inaccurate and misleading since those photographed were, in fact, look-alike actors.
(3543)Mrs Lee Carroll (OK! Magazine)
Mrs Lee Carroll complained that a front cover photoshoot purporting to be of David & Victoria Beckham which also referred to an interview inside the magazine was inaccurate and misleading since those photographed were, in fact, look-alike actors.
(3544)Miss Nattina Riach (OK! Magazine)
Miss Nattina Riach complained that a front cover photoshoot purporting to be of David & Victoria Beckham which also referred to an interview inside the magazine was inaccurate and misleading since those photographed were, in fact, look-alike actors.
(3545)Ms Glynis Lofty (OK! Magazine)
Ms Glynis Lofty complained that a front cover photoshoot purporting to be of David & Victoria Beckham which also referred to an interview inside the magazine was inaccurate and misleading since those photographed were, in fact, look-alike actors.
(3546)Mr Benjamin Clist (Daily Mail)
Mr Benjamin Clist of Hampshire complained that a battle photograph used to illustrate an article about Passchendaele had been doctored to remove a tank and insert German soldiers.
(3547)Mr and Mrs D Coe and Mrs K Russell (Daily Mirror)
Mr and Mrs D Coe and Mrs K Russell of Kent complained that the newspaper had used a photograph of their children, taken outside their school, to illustrate an article about the discovery of a confidential report book.
(3548)Mr Michael John Smith (The Scotsman)

Mr Michael John Smith of Essex complained that the newspaper, referring to an ongoing trial, had inaccurately suggested that the defendant was 'the first person charged with spying under the Official Secrets Act since 1984'.

(3549)Mr Michael John Smith (The Daily Telegraph)
Mr Michael John Smith of Essex complained that the newspaper, referring to an ongoing trial, had inaccurately suggested that the defendant was 'the first person for more than 20 years to be tried for spying'.
(3550)Mr Michael John Smith (Daily Mirror)
Mr Michael John Smith of Essex complained that the newspaper, referring to an ongoing trial, had inaccurately suggested that the defendant was 'the first person for more than 20 years to be tried for spying'.
(3551)Cornish Birds of Prey Centre (Western Morning News)
The Cornish Birds of Prey Centre complained that an article had inaccurately claimed that its racing pigs would be barbequed at an end of season banquet.
(3552)Cornish Birds of Prey Centre (Daily Mirror)
The Cornish Birds of Prey Centre complained that an article had inaccurately claimed that its racing pigs would be barbequed at an end of season banquet.
(3553)Cornish Birds of Prey Centre (Daily Mail)
The Cornish Birds of Prey Centre complained that an article had inaccurately claimed that its racing pigs would be barbequed at an end of season banquet.
(3554)Councillor Tony Bradford (Ledbury Reporter)
Councillor Tony Bradford complained that a readers letter had made a number of inaccurate allegations about him, and in particular had claimed that he had failed to respond to a number of requests for information.
(3555)Mrs Barbara Herne (Daily Mirror)
Mrs Barbara Herne of Newbury complained that a caption to a photograph in a feature article had inaccurately claimed that the pictured child, aged three, was Patreascu Peberdy.
(3556)Mr Michael Fuller (Daily Sport)
Michael Fuller, Chief Constable of Kent Police, complained that the newspaper had inaccurately suggested that his force had relaxed its policy towards couples engaged in outdoor sex and were looking to set up unofficial 'safe havens' to accommodate them.
(3557)Mr James Turner (East Anglian Daily Times)
James Turner of Essex complained that an article inaccurately suggested that he had head butted a rival football fan after a game.
(3558)Mr James Turner (Evening Star (Ipswich))
James Turner of Essex complained that an article inaccurately suggested that he had head butted a rival football fan after a game.
(3559)Mr Christopher Bullock (Daily Mirror)
Mr Christopher Bullock, Chairman of Trustees at The Gurkha Museum, complained that an article had inaccurately claimed that Hon Lieutenant Tulbahadur Puns Victoria Cross medal group was taken from him for safe keeping.
(3560)Dr Maggie Gee (Daily Mirror)
Dr Maggie Gee of London complained that a front page headline claiming that Arthur Batchelor had spent three days naked in solitary while being held hostage in Iran was not substantiated by the story inside the newspaper, which had merely referred to Mr Batchelor being stripped on arrival at a new jail.
(3561)A man (Basingstoke Observer)
A man complained that an article reporting that his sister was attempting to trace him and his daughter contained a number of inaccurate claims about him and his family.
(3562)Ms Madeleine Morgan (The Guardian)
Ms Madeleine Morgan of Altrincham complained that an opinion piece about school leavers contained inaccurate and misleading statistics.
(3563)The Grand Orange Lodge of Scotland (Scottish News of the World)

The Grand Orange Lodge of Scotland complained through Sneddon & Son SSC of West Lothian that an article which made reference to the organisation contained inaccuracies.

(3564)Mrs Robyn Olney (The Mail on Sunday)
Mrs Robyn Olney complained that the newspaper had used a photograph of her son without permission to illustrate an article about his school.
(3565)Mr Anthony McNally (North-West Evening Mail)

Mr Anthony McNally of Ulverston complained that an article about his book Watching Men Burn had inaccurately claimed that he had been battling alcoholism.

(3566)A couple (Swindon Advertiser)
A couple complained that an article and accompanying photograph had inaccurately claimed that police were looking for the husband in connection with graffiti attacks.
(3567)Councillor John Blackie (Yorkshire Evening Post)

Councillor John Blackie of Hawes, North Yorkshire complained that an article had referred misleadingly to a Standards Board of England inquiry, which had exonerated him and other councillors accused of bullying by finding them not guilty of breaching the National Code of Conduct.

(3568)Croydon Council (Daily Express)
The Solicitor to the Council complained on behalf of Croydon Council that an article had made a number of inaccurate claims about a draft guidance document issued to schools in Croydon. Crucially, she said that contrary to the coverage the guidance document had not instructed schools to ban crosses.
(3569)Mr Hamid Malik Zia (Daily Mirror)
Mr Hamid Malik Zia of Manchester complained that the newspaper had inaccurately suggested that Jamaican Police had named him as someone they were seeking to interview in connection with the death of Pakistan cricket coach Bob Woolmer.
(3570)The Duchess of York (The Mail on Sunday)
The Duchess of York complained, through Kate Waddington of Sputnik Communications Ltd, that a series of articles about a holiday in Jamaica were misleading and intrusive.
(3571)Ms Theresa Ferguson (Milton Keynes Citizen)
Ms Theresa Ferguson of Northants complained that the newspaper had printed details of a writ against her, despite the writ having been dropped before publication.
(3572)Mr Lee Cook (Evening Standard)
Mr Lee Cook, Principal Clerk of the Chambers of Timothy Raggatt QC, complained that the newspaper had inaccurately identified him as the victim of murder.
(3573)Christopher Edgerton (Kenilworth Weekly News)
Christopher Edgerton of Kenilworth complained about a readers letter that was published as part of a local debate on the traffic congestion caused by parents parking during the school run.
(3574)Mr Patrick Harrington (Sunday Mail)
Mr Patrick Harrington complained that an article which focused on his estranged wife contained inaccuracies in relation to him.
(3575)Ms Theresa Ferguson (Peterborough Evening Telegraph)

Ms Theresa Ferguson of Northants complained that the newspaper had printed details of a writ against her, despite the writ having been dropped before publication.

(3576)A woman (The Sun)
A woman complained that the newspaper had published a photograph of her son in which it misidentified him as stabbing victim Ben Hitchcock.
(3577)A woman (Daily Star)
A woman complained that the newspaper had published a photograph of her son in which it misidentified him as stabbing victim Ben Hitchcock.
(3578)Karen Murrell (Daily Mail)
Karen Murrell of Essex complained that she had received a telephone call from a man claiming to be from the Daily Mail asking whether a 'David Murrell' lived at the address.
(3579)Mrs Beverly Wilkes (Castle Point Echo)
Mrs Beverly Wilkes complained that an article was inaccurate when she was quoted in relation to the polices discovery of a suspected cannabis factory close to her home.
(3580)A man (Scottish Daily Mail)
A man from Kilmarnock complained that an article about strike action by signal workers in Scotland was inaccurate when it stated that they earned an average salary of 48,000.
(3581)Mrs Laura Gaddis (Scottish Sun)
Mrs Laura Gaddis, President of the John Ogilvie High School Parent Teacher Association, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Ive add enough' published in the Scottish Sun on 30 March 2007 raised a breach of Clause 6 (Children) of the Code of Practice.
(3582)Mrs Laura Gaddis (Scottish Daily Mirror)

Mrs Laura Gaddis, President of the John Ogilvie High School Parent Teacher Association, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Storm as girl films rowdy classmates' published in the Daily Mirror (Scottish edition) on 30 March 2007 raised a breach of Clause 6 (Children) of the Code of Practice.

(3583)Mrs Laura Gaddis (Hamilton Advertiser)
Mrs Laura Gaddis, President of the John Ogilvie High School Parent Teacher Association, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Nicola films class after her parents snap over report' published in the Hamilton Advertiser on 29 March 2007, and audio-visual material published on the newspapers website, breached Clause 6 (Children) of the Code of Practice.
(3584)Ms Sarah Bell (News of the World)
Ms Sarah Bell of London complained that an article in Sunday magazine about her experience of being diagnosed with cancer and then becoming pregnant contained a number of inaccuracies.
(3585)A man (Northscot Press Agency)
A man complained that a photograph of him supplied by the agency to a national newspaper to accompany an article about an election candidate for the Scottish Conservatives intruded into his privacy.
(3586)A woman (Strathspey & Badenoch Herald)
A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article published in the Strathspey & Badenoch Herald could have identified her daughter as a victim of sexual assault in breach of Clause 11 (Victims of sexual assault), intruded into her shock in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) and breached Clause 6 (Children) of the Code.
(3587)A woman (Richmond and Twickenham Times)
A woman complained that the newspaper had published a photograph of her whilst she was removing graffiti from a bus stop and inaccurately suggested that she was in fact the perpetrator of the vandalism.
(3588)A woman (The Sun)
A woman complained that the newspaper had published a photograph of her whilst she was removing graffiti from a bus stop and inaccurately suggested that she was in fact the perpetrator of the vandalism.
(3589)Mrs Gemma Smith-Lyons (Company)
Mrs Gemma Smith-Lyons complained that an article about her sister Ranas murder at the hands of a stalker had contained a number of inaccuracies, for example in its claim that Rana had called her in tears, something she would not have done.
(3590)Miss Emily Gelis (Chat)
Miss Emily Gelis complained that an article had contained inaccuracies. Most significantly, she was concerned that the first person account had misleadingly implied that she and her boyfriend Barry Edwards had betrayed Hayley Rees the author of the article by cheating on her when she had been going out with Barry.
(3591)Broadmoor (The People)
Ms Nuala OBrien, the Director of Communications for the West London Mental Health NHS Trust, complained that the newspaper had used inaccurate terminology to describe Broadmoor hospital, by referring to 'guards' and 'prison chapel'.
(3592)Ms Louise Turner (Take a Break)
Ms Louise Turner of Honiton complained that an article about her experience as a child prostitute addicted to painkillers had contained a number of inaccuracies.
(3593)Mrs C M L Pearman (New Magazine)
Mrs C. M. L. Pearman of Norfolk complained that an article reporting on the death of her daughter in the context of the recent murders in Suffolk contained inaccuracies.
(3594)Mr JJ Somerville (Sunday World)
Mr JJ Somerville complained that two articles were inaccurate in stating that he had acted as nominee for the candidature of Mrs Suzanne Peeples in upcoming elections.
(3595)Mrs Suzanne Peeples (Sunday World)
Mrs Suzanne Peeples complained that two articles were inaccurate in stating that one of the nominees for her candidature in upcoming elections was a JJ Somerville, a man responsible for a number of killings in the 1970s.
(3596)A man (EMPICS (Press Association))
A man complained that a photograph of him taken at the Tottenham Hotspur v Sevilla UEFA Cup match in which he appeared injured had been misleadingly used in a newspaper article about football violence.
(3597)Mr Andrew Laughton (Daily Mirror)
Mr Andrew Laughton of East Yorkshire complained that the newspaper had incorrectly suggested that sexual deviancy was a mental illness.
(3598)Mr Patrick Harrington (Sunday Mail)
Mr Patrick Harrington complained that an article which focused on his estranged wife contained inaccuracies in relation to him.
(3599)Watford Leisure Plc (Watford Observer)
Mr Graham Simpson, Chairman of Watford Leisure Plc, complained that an article which reported the contents of a letter sent to the Watford Supporters Trust about the departure of two board members contained a number of inaccuracies.
(3600)Lieutenant General Sir Freddie Viggers (The Mail on Sunday)
Lieutenant General Sir Freddie Viggers complained that the newspaper had published an article that inaccurately claimed he had been blamed for a 'military housing crisis' and had ordered a lavish refurbishment of his own accommodation.
(3601)A man (Scottish Daily Mirror)

A man complained that an article about an election candidate for the Scottish Conservatives intruded into his privacy when it mistakenly featured a photograph of him taken at a private party rather than the candidate.

(3602)A man (Press & Journal (Aberdeen))

A man complained that a photograph used to accompany an article about an election candidate for the Scottish Conservatives intruded into his privacy.

(3603)Ms Carol Clark (Worthing Herald)
Ms Carol Clark of Worthing complained that she had been contacted by the newspaper and spoken to in an insensitive manner after having made clear to another reporter that she did not wish to comment on the news that the train driver who had been responsible for her husbands death in the 1989 Purley crash had launched an appeal against his conviction for manslaughter.
(3604)Mrs Pat Fisher (Daily Mirror)
Mrs Pat Fisher complained on behalf of her son Lawson that the headline to an article reporting his experience of the Zeebrugge ferry disaster had inaccurately claimed that her son had said that he had kicked others out of his way.
(3605)Mr Bernard Hesford (The People)
Mr Bernard Hesford of Cheshire complained that an article which purported to be an interview with him on the subject of his estranged wifes relationship with Chris Tarrant was inaccurate and misleading.
(3606)Ms Denise Boyne (Evening Express (Aberdeen))

Ms Denise Boyne of the Triple Threat Theatre Company complained that an article which reported that the group charged performers for participation in productions contained inaccuracies.

(3607)Mr and Mrs Crew (Southern Reporter)
Mr and Mrs Crew, parents of the late Daniel Thomas Crew, complained that two articles had contained inaccuracies and had intruded into their grief.
(3608)Ms Amy Stephens (South Wales Argus)
Ms Amy Stephens of Cwmbran complained that an inquest report into the death of her ex-partner, Stephen John Williams, had inaccurately claimed that he had received a letter from the Child Support Agency stating that he might not be the father of his daughter.
(3609)Ms Joanne Standeven (Dewsbury Reporter)
Ms Joanne Standeven of Dewsbury complained that the published citation for the Reporter Series Champion Children Award given to her son by the newspaper contained inaccuracies.
(3610)A man (The Guardian)
A man complained that a photograph of him taken at the Tottenham Hotspur v Sevilla UEFA Cup match in which he appeared injured was misleadingly used to illustrate an article about football violence.
(3611)Bryan Ferry (Daily Mirror)
Bryan Ferry complained, through Lee & Thompson solicitors of London, that an article was inaccurate in stating that he held positive views about the Nazis.
(3612)Mr Philip Barnes (Daily Mail)
Mr Philip Barnes of Dursley complained that an article about the increase in household bills had misleadingly implied that costs had gone up 870 each year; in fact, the increase had been over a period of four years.
(3613)Blackburn Ice Arena (Lancashire Telegraph)

Mr D Finlay, Managing Director of Blackburn Ice Arena, complained that various articles and letters about a spectator charge for parents dropping off their children were inaccurate and misleading.

(3614)Ken Marshall (Evening Chronicle (Newcastle upon Tyne))

Ken Marshall of Newcastle complained on behalf of his sister Susan Grady that an article about her sons death was published against the wishes of the family and contained inaccuracies.

(3615)Mary Smith (Western Gazette)
Mary Smith of Dorset complained that an inquest report into the death of her son contained inaccuracies and was published without due sensitivity.
(3616)Ms Rula Lenska (Daily Mail)
Ms Rula Lenska, the actress, complained through Daly Pearson Associates that a diary piece inaccurately suggested that she had been acting grandly towards cast members during a play at the Wimbledon theatre.
(3617)Ms Jasmine Lennard (Star Magazine)
Ms Jasmine Lennard, the model, complained through Swanturton solicitors that an article inaccurately alleged that she had been refused entry to the VIP room at Chinawhites Marine Connection party.
(3618)Mr Paulo Reis (Daily Mail)
Mr Paulo Reis, a Portuguese journalist, complained about an inaccurate headline, for an article about the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, containing the claim that a potential witness had 'repeatedly phoned police in Portugal'.
(3619)Mr Jonathan Twigg (Milford Mercury)
Mr Jonathan Twigg of Haverfordwest complained that a report of an abandoned football match between Milford United and Haverfordwest County, which he had officiated, was inaccurate and misleading when he was quoted despite his insistence that he did not wish to comment to the reporter.
(3620)Mr Jonathan Twigg (Western Telegraph)
Mr Jonathan Twigg of Haverfordwest complained that a report of an abandoned football match between Milford United and Haverfordwest County, which he had officiated, was inaccurate and misleading when he was quoted despite his insistence that he did not wish to comment to the reporter.
(3621)Mr Derek Hynes (The Mail on Sunday)
Mr Derek Hynes of Epsom complained that an article was inaccurate when it stated that HIP energy inspectors would not be regulated with criminal records checks.
(3622)Dr Tom Butler (Daily Mail)
Dr Tom Butler, the Bishop of Southwark, complained that the article had inaccurately reported a Church report on claims that he had been drunk.
(3623)Mr Martin Cundy (The Northern Echo)

Mr Martin Cundy of Darlington complained that an article on the subject of an assault, of which he had been the victim, was inaccurate.

(3624)Kirsten Spencer (The Northern Echo)

Kirsten Spencer of County Durham complained that, following an inaccurate press report in another newspaper about the murder of her neighbour, she had received a number of calls from the newspaper asking for her comments.

(3625)Kirsten Spencer (Hartlepool Mail)
Kirsten Spencer of County Durham complained that a report detailing the murder of her neighbour contained general inaccuracies and specific inaccuracies regarding the extent to which she had witnessed the attack.
(3626)Mrs Ann Gloag (Perthshire Advertiser)
Mrs Ann Gloag complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Levy & McRae solicitors that an article headlined 'Gloag son-in-law denies assault', published in the Perthshire Advertiser on 22nd May 2007, identified her as the relative of someone accused of crime in breach of Clause 9 (Reporting of crime) of the Code.
(3627)Mrs Ann Gloag (Scottish Sun)
Mrs Ann Gloag complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Levy & McRae solicitors that an article headlined 'Stay Away', published in the Scottish Sun on 15th May 2007, identified her as the relative of someone accused of crime in breach of Clause 9 (Reporting of crime) of the Code.
(3628)Hillcrest School (Birmingham Mail)

The Governors of Hillcrest School complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined Killed by bullies published in the Birmingham Mail on 5 May 2005, and still available on its website, failed to distinguish between conjecture and fact in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Code of Practice.

(3629)Mr C Frank Lockyear (The Daily Telegraph)
Mr C Frank Lockyer complained that the newspapers obituary of his daughter, Sally Clark, was inaccurate and insensitive.
(3630)Mrs Mary Karaolis (Metro)
Mrs Mary Karaolis, President of the Association of Rizokarpasso, complained that a travel article about occupied northern Cyprus had misrepresented the reality of the situation in the Karpas Peninsula, and in particular the village of Rizokarpasso, which had been referred to as Dipkarpaz in the article.
(3631)Rodney Mchugh (Evening Standard)
Rodney Mchugh of Surrey complained that an article about the death of his former partner was inaccurate.
(3632)Rodney Mchugh (The Sun)
Rodney Mchugh of Surrey complained that an article about the death of his former partner was inaccurate.
(3633)Mrs Pruw Boswell-Harper (Daily Express)
Mrs Pruw Boswell-Harper, Mayor of Totnes, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article published in the Daily Express on 11 January 2007 headlined 'Council axes Christian prayers after 600 years. You guessed itin case it offends other faiths' was inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Code of Practice.
(3634)Mrs E B Reed (Shields Gazette)
Mrs E B Reed of Wakefield complained that an article recalling the birth of her sister Marian Chapman in 1938 the 'worlds smallest baby', born weighing only 10 ounces contained a number of inaccuracies.
(3635)Mr Darren Lawrenson (Daily Express)
Mr Darren Lawrenson of Warrington complained that an article was inaccurate when it stated that he was at a party at the time his daughter, Ellie Lawrenson, was tragically killed by her uncles dog on New Years Day.
(3636)A woman (Caterham & District Advertiser)
A woman complained that a report of a garden waste fire in which her husband had been injured had named her and her husband against her wishes.
(3637)Mr Sharif Hikmat Nashashibi (Daily Express)
Mr Sharif Hikmat Nashashibi, Chairman of Arab Media Watch, complained that a map accompanying a travel piece on Jordan had failed to delineate the West Bank, giving the inaccurate impression that cities such as Jericho were part of Israel.
(3638)Mr Clint Best (Reading Post)

Mr Clint Best of Reading complained that a series of articles had inaccurately claimed that a man of his name, age and address had been accused and found guilty of involvement in a drug ring.

(3639)Dr Tom Butler (The Times)
Dr Tom Butler, the Bishop of Southwark, complained that the newspaper had inaccurately suggested in front page, and page 4, headlines that the Church found that he had been drunk, following claims to that effect, in regard to an incident the previous year.
(3640)Mrs C M L Pearman (Daily Mail)

Mrs C. M. L. Pearman of Norfolk complained that an article reporting on the death of her daughter in light of the murders which had taken place in Suffolk contained inaccuracies.

(3641)A woman (Tameside Advertiser)
A woman from Cheshire explained that she had contacted the newspaper by telephone to advise it that two charities the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds and the Royal National Institute for the Blind continued to take donations of postage stamps.
(3642)Ms Marian Sedwell (East Anglian Daily Times)
Ms Marian Sedwell of Leiston raised concerns over the publication of an article reporting that a body, believed to be that of her fiance Paul Brown, who had been missing for 18 months, had been discovered.
(3643)Charlotte Tomkinson (First magazine)
Charlotte Tomkinson of Northamptonshire complained that an article reporting on her battle with anorexia contained inaccuracies.
(3644)Mr David Morgan (Reveal)
Mr David Morgan complained that the magazine had picked up quotes taken from a newspaper article that inaccurately suggested he had given an interview.
(3645)Mr Alistair Wylie (Paisley Daily Express)
Mr Alistair Wylie, Chair of the Friarshall Gate Residents Association, complained that an article was inaccurate when it reported as fact that 'reckless vandals' had set fire to a car in the complex.
(3646)Mr Darren Lawrenson (Daily Mail)
Mr Darren Lawrenson complained that an article about the tragic death of his daughter, Ellie Lawrenson, who was killed by her uncles dog on New Years Eve, contained a number of inaccuracies.
(3647)Mrs Jenny Brannock Jones (Hemel Hempstead Gazette)
Mrs Jenny Brannock Jones of Tring complained that a reporter had attended her husbands funeral without her prior knowledge, and that a photographer had taken a picture of his coffin without permission.
(3648)Tower Hamlets Council (Evening Standard)
Tower Hamlets Council complained that a number of articles by Andrew Gilligan had inaccurately claimed that council tenants in Tower Hamlets were being offered a 4,000 bribe to vote yes in the Housing Choice Ballot.
(3649)Ms Nuala O'Brien (Sunday Sport)
Ms Nuala OBrien, Director of Communications for the West London Mental Health NHS Trust, complained that the newspaper had inaccurately referred to patients as 'prisoners' and the nursing staff as 'screws'.
(3650)Richard and Christina Smith (Daily Mail)
Richard and Christina Smith complained that the newspaper had published inaccurate material about their family and published details of the family home.
(3651)Richard and Christina Smith (The Times)
Richard and Christina Smith complained that the newspaper had published details of their family home.
(3652)Richard and Christina Smith (Essex Chronicle)
Richard and Christina Smith complained that the newspaper had published inaccurate material about their family and published details of the family home.
(3653)Ms Sabrina Guiness (Hello!)
Ms Sabrina Guinness of London complained that an article was inaccurate and misleading when it suggested, in her view, that she was in a relationship with Sir Paul McCartney.
(3654)Ms Sabrina Guinness (The Daily Telegraph)
Ms Sabrina Guinness of London complained that an article was inaccurate and misleading when, in her view, it implied that she was in a relationship with Sir Paul McCartney.
(3655)Ms Sabrina Guinness (Daily Express)
Ms Sabrina Guinness of London complained that an article was inaccurate and misleading when, in her view, it implied that she was in a relationship with Sir Paul McCartney.
(3656)Ms Sabrina Guinness (Evening Standard)
Ms Sabrina Guinness of London complained that an article was inaccurate and misleading when, in her view, it implied that she was in a relationship with Sir Paul McCartney.
(3657)Ms Sabrina Guinness (The Sun)
Ms Sabrina Guinness of London complained that an article was inaccurate and misleading when, in her view, it implied that she was in a relationship with Sir Paul McCartney.
(3658)Mr Giovanni di Stefano (The Sunday Times)
Mr Giovanni di Stefano of Italy complained that an article was inaccurate in its claim that he was being investigated over allegations that he defrauded some of his clients of 3 million.
(3659)Ms Sabrina Guinness (Daily Mirror)
Ms Sabrina Guinness of London complained that an article was inaccurate and misleading when, in her view, it implied that she was in a relationship with Sir Paul McCartney.
(3660)Ms Sabrina Guinness (Daily Mail)
Ms Sabrina Guinness of London complained that an article was inaccurate and misleading when, in her view, it implied that she was in a relationship with Sir Paul McCartney.
(3661)Barry Khanan (Lancashire Telegraph)

Barry Khanan of Lancashire complained that an article inaccurately reported that his niece, Alicia Riaz, had made a telephone call to her friend on the night that she, her three sisters and her mother the complainants sister lost their lives in a fire in their home.

(3662)Barry Khanan (The Sun)
Barry Khanan of Lancashire complained that an article inaccurately reported that his niece, Alicia Riaz, had made a telephone call to her friend on the night that she, her three sisters and her mother the complainants sister lost their lives in a fire in their home.
(3663)Steven Hogg (Middlesbrough Evening Gazette)
Steven Hogg of Middlesbrough complained through solicitors Appleby, Hope and Matthews Solicitors that an article reporting his acquittal from a rape charge would have misled readers to believe that he had somehow escaped justice.
(3664)John Farrow (Henley Standard)
John Farrow, Chairman of the Goring Parish Council, complained that an article and photograph reporting on the opening of a new play area in the Bourdillon Recreation ground contained inaccuracies.
(3665)Ms Caroline Flint MP (The Mail on Sunday)
Ms Caroline Flint MP complained that an article about the breakdown of her first marriage was inaccurate and intruded into her privacy and the privacy of her children.
(3666)Mr Rory Hegarty (Daily Sport)
Mr Rory Hegarty, the Deputy Director of Communications of West London Mental Health NHS Trust, complained that the newspaper had inaccurately described a patient at Broadmoor as 'serving a life sentence' and quoted a 'prison insider'.
(3667)Ms Ros Honeywill (Gloucestershire Echo)
Ms Ros Honeywill complained with the signed authority of Mr Darren Caudle Wood that an article reporting the outcome of the latters court case had named Mr Caudle Woods two year old daughter, in addition to publishing details of her address.
(3668)Mr Stephen Maloney (Daily Mirror)
Mr Stephen Maloney, a police community support officer, complained that the newspaper had published a photograph of him taken when he had been doing his job, attempting to protect Kate Moss and her child at Heathrow Airport and described his physical appearance in unfavourable terms.
(3669)Glenys Kinnock MEP (Daily Mail)
Glenys Kinnock MEP complained that an article reporting on her attendance at the African, Caribbean and Pacific States EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly contained inaccuracies.
(3670)Sir Andrew Green ()
Sir Andrew Green, the Chairman of Migrationwatch UK, complained that a leader column was inaccurate in implying that Migrationwatchs analysis of the economic benefit of migration was tendentious and that organisation sought to spread prejudice and misinformation.
(3671)Scottish Friends of Palestine (The Herald (Glasgow))

Mr Hugh Humphries, Secretary of the Scottish Friends of Palestine, complained that an article was inaccurate when it stated that Rangers Supporters of Palestine was an offshoot of the organisation.

(3672)Rotherham Road Medical Centre (Barnsley Chronicle)
Mr Mike Robinson, Practice Manager of Rotherham Road Medical Centre, complained that members of his staff had been harassed by reporters from the newspaper on the telephone and at the surgery in an attempt to obtain information following a letter it had received from the relative of a patient.
(3673)Mr Patrick Ritchie and Mrs Roisin Ritchie (Irish Daily Mirror)

Mr Patrick Ritchie and Mrs Roisin Ritchie of County Armagh complained that the report of an inquest into the tragic death of their son, Shea, contained inaccuracies and that the coverage had been handled insensitively in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock).

(3674)Mr Patrick Ritchie and Mrs Roisin Ritchie (Belfast Telegraph)
Mr Patrick Ritchie and Mrs Roisin Ritchie of County Armagh complained that the report of an inquest into the tragic death of their son, Shea, was inaccurate particularly in relation to the headline and that the coverage had been handled insensitively in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock).
(3675)Mr Patrick Ritchie and Mrs Roisin Ritchie (Belfast News Letter)

Mr Patrick Ritchie and Mrs Roisin Ritchie of County Armagh complained that the report of an inquest into the tragic death of their son, Shea, contained inaccuracies and that the coverage had been handled insensitively in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock).

(3676)Mr Patrick Ritchie and Mrs Roisin Ritchie (Irish News)
Mr Patrick Ritchie and Mrs Roisin Ritchie of County Armagh complained that the report of an inquest into the tragic death of their son, Shea, was inaccurate particularly in relation to the headline and that the coverage had been handled insensitively in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock).
(3677)Mr David Baldwin (The Citizen (Gloucester))

Mr David Baldwin of Gloucester complained that the newspaper had published a photograph of his son, who had recently died, after a journalist had been told that the family did not want a photograph to be published.

(3678)Ms Frances Hunter (Inverness Courier)
Ms Frances Hunter of Inverness complained that the headline to an article had inaccurately claimed that she had been demoted from her position as assistant principal at Inverness College, when in fact her former position no longer existed.
(3679)Dr C L Leci (The Sunday Telegraph)
Dr C L Leci of Edgware complained that a short summary of world affairs was inaccurate when it stated that, in the previous week, 'Israeli police clashed with Muslims protesting about an archaeological dig at the al-Aqsa mosque, one of Islams holiest sites'.
(3680)Influenza Protection (The Guardian)
Mr Jonathan Tribe, Managing Director of Influenza Protection Ltd, complained that an article about the organisation contained inaccurate and misleading information.
(3681)Jacqueline King (Sunday World)
Jacqueline King of Ballygowan Co. Down complained that the newspaper had published photographs which showed her suffering from an eating disorder after she had been assured by a journalist that they would not be used.
(3682)Tom Williams (Take a Break)
Tom Williams of Manchester complained that the magazine had published a story about the murder of his daughter and son-in-law without his permission.
(3683)Mr David Morgan (The People)
Mr David Morgan complained that an article had inaccurately suggested that he had given an interview to the newspaper.
(3684)Ms Margaret Edwards (The Daily Telegraph)
Ms Margaret Edwards of Granada, Spain, complained that an article was inaccurate and misleading when it claimed that her property in Spain which was photographed in the piece was for sale.
(3685)Mr Dave Rado (The Mail on Sunday)
Mr Dave Rado of Colchester complained that articles published in the newspaper inaccurately claimed that the 'green credentials' of the Toyota Prius were undermined by its use of a battery containing nickel.
(3686)Mr Bob Vass (Bucks Herald)
Mr Bob Vass of Aylesbury complained that an article reporting on an attack by a dog on his son contained inaccuracies.
(3687)Steve Pierpoint and Mike Blackshaw (Daily Mail)
Steve Pierpoint of Rotherham and Mike Blackshaw of Wolverhampton complained that an article had inaccurately claimed that the newspaper had led a 'grassroots revolt' that had forced ministers to abandon plans to require sellers of houses to provide a Home Information Pack (HIP) before putting their houses on the market.
(3688)Mr David Burke (The Sun)
Mr David Burke, Chairman of the Newcastle Ravens Rugby Club, complained that an article about his team was inaccurate in suggesting that the side was finding it difficult to arrange fixtures.
(3689)Mr Steve Brookstein (London Lite)
Steve Brookstein, the musician, complained that an article had inaccurately suggested that he had tried to use his fame to get his own way in a bar.
(3690)Andrew Malone (Blackpool Gazette)

Andrew Malone of Lancashire complained that the newspaper had published the names of his sixteen-year-old son and his friend after they were victims of an attack.

(3691)Charlotte Tomkinson (The Sun)
Charlotte Tomkinson of Northamptonshire complained that an article reporting on her battle with anorexia contained inaccuracies.
(3692)Mr M J Bretherick (County Times)
Mr M J Bretherick of Welshpool complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Indecent child images cop charged' published in the County Times on 1 February 2007 intruded into his private life in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) and contained a photograph of him which had been obtained in breach of Clause 10 (Clandestine devices and subterfuge).
(3693)Mrs Gail Sheridan (Scottish Sun)
Mrs Gail Sheridan complained to the Press Complaints Commission, through solicitors Bannatyne Kirkwood France & Co., that an article in The Scottish Sun of 11 October 2006 headlined 'Gails pain' was illustrated by a photograph of her taken in a private place in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Code.
(3694)Tom Williams (Closer)
Tom Williams of Manchester complained that the magazine had published a story about the murder of his daughter and son-in-law without his permission.
(3695)Joga Singh (Northants Evening Telegraph)

Joga Singh of Kettering complained that the newspaper had published the same photograph of his family on two occasions six months apart to illustrate the problem of parents parking on double yellow lines.

(3696)Ms Hazel Irvine (Scottish Sun)
Ms Hazel Irvine, the television presenter, complained through Jane Morgan Management that a columnist had twice claimed that she had had an intimate relationship with the footballer Ally McCoist.
(3697)Mr Harish Pattni (Ealing & Acton Gazette)
Mr Harish Pattni complained through his solicitors that references in an article to his links to Pattiden Surveyors Ltd could have misled readers into believing that he was currently employed by them, which was not the case.
(3698)Mr Tim Cowen (Manchester Evening News)
Mr Tim Cowen, Director of Communications at NCP, complained that an article had inaccurately claimed that 2,000 had been taken from an NCP car park in Manchester.
(3699)Ms Charlotte Church (The Sun)
Ms Charlotte Church complained to the Press Complaints Commission through her representative Mark Melton that an article published by The Sun on 23 February 2007, headlined 'Baby rumours for sober Church', intruded into her privacy in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Code of Practice.
(3700)Robert Alderton (East Anglian Daily Times)
Robert Alderton of Colchester complained that an article reporting on his wifes fight against cancer used the insensitive headline 'Cancer cannot be beaten' and caption 'not long to live' to accompany her photograph.
(3701)Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) Youth Scotland (Daily Mail)
Nico Juetten, Policy & Information Officer for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Youth Scotland, complained that an article misleadingly gave the impression that its website targeted 13-year-olds with advice on sex.
(3702)Mr Mark Woodburn (The Mail on Sunday)
Mr Mark Woodburn, the Headmaster of Ghyllside Primary Training School, complained that the newspaper had inaccurately claimed that he had devised a 'game of spies' as a pretext for obtaining fingerprints from pupils as young as three-years-old.
(3703)William Banks (Evening Chronicle (Newcastle Upon Tyne))
William Banks of Northumberland complained that the newspaper had published a poem he had submitted inaccurately attributing it to 'William Brooks'.
(3704)Mr and Mrs J Ashton (Lancashire Evening Post)
Mr and Mrs J Ashton of Preston complained that a photograph which was published on two occasions showing the scene of the accident in which their son had died was insensitive.
(3705)Mr Roy Montgomery (Helensburgh Advertiser)
Mr Roy Montgomery of Helensburgh complained that an article inaccurately reported the circumstances surrounding a loan that he had failed to repay his neighbour.
(3706)Dr Mandana Alijani (Daily Mail)
Dr Mandana Alijani of London complained that an article on extremism was inaccurate.
(3707)Paul McKenna (The Daily Telegraph)
Paul McKenna, the hypnotherapist, complained through Swan Turton solicitors that an article on the subject of his libel victory against the Daily Mirror was misleading.
(3708)Jim Gales MBE (Scottish Club Golfer)
Jim Gales MBE of Cupar complained that an article which claimed that he had been 'kicked out' of the Scottish Blind Golf Society for alleged fraud contained a number of inaccuracies.
(3709)Ms Kate Middleton (Daily Mirror)
Ms Kate Middleton complained, through Harbottle & Lewis solicitors, that a photograph of her published by the newspaper had been taken in circumstances that amounted to harassment.
(3710)Mr Ian Smith (Birmingham Mail)
Mr Ian Smith of Harborne complained that a series of newspaper articles which reported on his earnings as an employee of Birmingham City Council while on sick leave contained inaccuracies.
(3711)Mr Brian Williams (The Mail on Sunday)
Mr Brian Williams of Lockerbie complained that an article on the cost of Patientline services in hospitals contained inaccuracies.
(3712)Mr & Mrs Ragsdell (Scottish Daily Express)
Mr & Mrs Ragsdell of Burrelton complained through Watson & Lyall Bowie Solicitors that an article which reported on a land dispute between the complainants and their neighbours contained inaccuracies and was discriminatory.
(3713)Mr & Mrs Ragsdell (Scottish Daily Mail)
Mr & Mrs Ragsdell of Burrelton complained through Watson & Lyall Bowie Solicitors that an article which reported on a land dispute between the complainants and their neighbours contained inaccuracies and was discriminatory.
(3714)Mr Tony Wright (Lymington Times)
Mr Tony Wright of Southampton complained that an article reporting on the inquest into his wifes death had inaccurately claimed that he had told the hearing that his wife had been drinking heavily last year.
(3715)Mr Andrew Berry (Daily Express)
Mr Andrew Berry of Dorset complained that a report of a court case in which he was involved contained inaccuracies.
(3716)Mrs Tammy Smith (Exeter Express & Echo)

Mrs Tammy Smith complained on behalf of her sister Miss Debbie Nichols that an article reporting the suicide of Miss Nichols ex-partner had contained excessive detail about the method he had used.

(3717)Jacobs Certified Bailiffs (Sunday Mirror)
Mr David Cornes complained on behalf of Jacobs Certified Bailiffs that an article had inaccurately alleged that bailiffs had hounded a mother for money she did not owe, and threatened to remove her goods.
(3718)Mr William Duncan (The Northern Scot)

Mr William Duncan of Elgin complained that an article reporting that he had been found guilty of driving with excess alcohol had inaccurately claimed that he had been caught by officers in Edgar Road, and that he was soon leaving Scotland to live in Tenerife.

(3719)David Blunkett MP (Daily Mirror)
David Blunkett MP complained that the newspaper had suggested that he had done nothing in response to a 2004 report warning of an increasing risk to prostitutes.
(3720)Helen Harvey (The Guardian)
Helen Harvey of West London complained that an article had inaccurately given her home address as the location in which the suspected July 21 tube bombers were found.
(3721)Councillor Robert B McDonald (Pontypridd & LLantrisant Observer)

Councillor Robert B McDonald of the Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council complained that the newspaper had shown a photograph of his domestic bin though he was not actually identified in the article and suggested that it had been placed outside before collection day in breach of regulations.

(3722)Manchester City Council (Daily Mail)
Ms Janine Watson, the Head of Press for Manchester City Council, complained that the newspaper had inaccurately suggested that the license for the supercasino had been already awarded to Kerzner International.
(3723)Councillor Alibor Choudhury (Evening Standard)
Councillor Alibor Choudhury of London complained that the newspaper had inaccurately referred to a court case with which he had been involved.
(3724)George Galloway MP (The Guardian)
George Galloway MP complained that an article had inaccurately suggested that the Serious Fraud Office had 'recommended' that the Metropolitan police open an investigation over allegations that he may have broken UN sanctions in the oil for food programme.
(3725)A woman (Billericay & Wickford Gazette)
A woman from Billericay complained about an article which reported that a school boy had been hit by an unknown assailant.
(3726)Ms Drusilla Marland (Daily Mail)
Ms Drusilla Marland of Bristol complained about the headline of an article which reported her successful claim for constructive dismissal from her former employment.
(3727)Mr Aiden Grew (Irish News)
Mr Aiden Grew complained through Kevin R Winters & Co solicitors of Belfast that an article was inaccurate in describing him as a Senior Dissident Republican and alleged IRA leader.
(3728)Ms Lindsey Hall (The Press (York))

Ms Lindsey Hall complained on behalf of North Yorkshire Police that an article was inaccurate in stating that 28,400 had been spent on the construction of a shower room at the police HQ.

(3729)Andrew Hornsey (Swindon Advertiser)

Andrew Hornsey of Swindon complained that an article reporting the car accident in which he was involved contained inaccuracies and he had not been given the opportunity to reply.

(3730)Mr and Mrs Addai-Twumasi (MK News)
Mr and Mrs Addai-Twumasi complained to the Press Complaints Commission, through the Milton Keynes Citizens Advice Bureau, that an article in the MK News on 8th November 2006 was inaccurate and intrusive in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 3 (Privacy) of the Code.
(3731)A woman (Billericay Weekly News)
A woman from Billericay complained about an article which reported that a school boy had been hit by an unknown assailant.
(3732)A woman (The Echo (Basildon))

A woman from Billericay complained about an article which reported that a school boy had been hit by an unknown assailant.

(3733)A woman (Basildon & Wickford Recorder)

A woman from Billericay complained about an article which reported that a school boy had been hit by an unknown assailant.

(3734)Mr Ken Livingstone (Evening Standard)

Mr Ken Livingstone, the Mayor of London, complained that a number of articles were misleading in the way they described a report that had been released by the London Assembly on the subject of affordable family homes.

(3735)Mr Mark Strickland (Kerrang!)
Mr Mark Stickland complained, through Carter-Ruck solicitors, that the magazine had failed to report the outcome of an action for defamation to which it had been party.
(3736)Mr Gary Ward (News of the World)
Mr Gary Ward, Sales Manager of Herb UK, complained that a readers letter about Herbatint Haircolour Gel was inaccurate when it stated that the product contained 'herbal colourings'.
(3737)Ms Karen Berg (The Observer)
Ms Karen Berg of the Kabbalah Centre complained that an article about the organisation following an interview she had given to the newspaper contained a number of inaccuracies.
(3738)Mr Philip Hamilton (Sunday World)
Mr Philip Hamilton complained that the newspaper had published a photograph of a social club at which four UVF men were 'stood down' during a meeting in the foreground of which was his taxi (with the registration number visible).
(3739)Thames Valley Police (Daily Mail)
Tim Prince complained on behalf of the Thames Valley Police Headquarters that an article had inaccurately claimed that Thames Valley Police had 254 officers on medically restricted or part-time duties.
(3740)Mr & Mrs McCullough (Dog World)
Mr & Mrs McCullough of Kimmax German Wirehaired Pointers kennels complained that a feature about hunting dog contests in Germany was inaccurate and misleading.
(3741)Ms Susan Baker (Thurrock Recorder)
Ms Susan Baker of Grays complained that an article had contained inaccurate information about her court case.
(3742)Ms Susan Barker (Thurrock Gazette)
Ms Susan Baker of Grays complained that an article had contained inaccurate information about her court case.
(3743)Ms Susan Baker (Stratford and Newham Express)
Ms Susan Baker of Grays complained that an article had contained inaccurate information about her court case.
(3744)Ms Susan Baker (Newham Recorder)
Ms Susan Baker of Grays complained that two articles had contained inaccurate information about her court case.
(3745)Mr Graeme Rumbol (The Sunday Telegraph)
Mr Graeme Rumbol, Managing Director of Pinzgauer Ltd, complained that an article questioning the suitability of an armoured variant of the Pinzgauer all-terrain vehicle which the company was supplying to the British Army contained inaccuracies.
(3746)A man (Scotland on Sunday)
A man explained that he had given a statement to the police to convey his concerns that another man was responsible for the local murder of a minor.
(3747)A man (Edinburgh Evening News)
A man explained that he had given a statement to the police to convey his concerns that another man was responsible for the local murder of a minor.
(3748)A man (Daily Mail)
A man explained that he had given a statement to the police to convey his concerns that another man was responsible for the local murder of a minor.
(3749)Mrs Lin Mason (Leicester Mercury)
Mrs Lin Mason of Markfield complained that an article reporting on the inquest into her mothers death had contained inaccuracies relating to the cause of her death which was a combination of heart disease and carbon monoxide poisoning and the source of the smoke, which had been a Rayburn Fire and not a wood burner.
(3750)Ms Helen Percy (Scottish Daily Express)
Ms Helen Percy complained that an article which reported that she had settled a court case with the Church of Scotland was inaccurate when it claimed that she had had an 'affair' with a Church Elder.
(3751)Ms Ruth Kelly MP (Daily Mirror)
Ms Ruth Kelly MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article published by the Daily Mirror on 8th January 2007 headlined 'Ruth Kellys child sent to private school' intruded into the private life of her child in breach of Clause 6 (Children) of the Code.
(3752)Mr David Cary (The Chiswick)
Mr David Cary of London complained that an article reporting on the proceedings of Zoe Sedgwicks trial had been misleading.
(3753)Mrs Lin Mason (Loughborough Echo)
Mrs Lin Mason of Markfield complained that an article reporting on the inquest into her mothers death had contained inaccuracies relating to the cause of her death which was a combination of heart disease and carbon monoxide poisoning and the source of the smoke, which had been a Rayburn Fire and not a wood burner.
(3754)Ms Christine Stewart (Gloucester Gazette)

Ms Christine Stewart of Peterborough complained that the suggestion in an article that a goat had been killed in a pagan-style ritual was inaccurate and discriminatory.

(3755)Dr Martin Morse (Bristol Evening Post)
Dr Martin Morse, Medical Director of North Bristol NHS Trust, complained that an article had given the inaccurate impression which was reinforced by an editorial comment piece that Mr James Johnson, Chairman of the BMA, had commented specifically on the situation at Frenchay Hospital.
(3756)Mr Daniel Vuillamy (Hull Daily Mail)
Mr Daniel Vuillamy of Hull complained that an article about Broadmoor Secure Hospital had made a number of inaccurate claims about the nature of prison life and the costs of keeping prisoners.
(3757)Mrs Elizabeth Li (The Bath Chronicle)
Mrs Elizabeth Li complained that the newspaper had intruded into her familys grief by naming her nephew, Paul Kelly, as a murder victim before some members of his family had been informed of his death.
(3758)Mrs M Turner (Lancashire Telegraph)

Mrs M Turner complained that the newspaper continued to name her when covering unrelated stories about her ex-husband, who had a conviction for assaulting her.

(3759)Dr Neville Cobbe (The Times)
Dr Neville Cobbe of the University of Edinburgh complained that a series of articles on the controversial proposal for the creation of human-animal embryos in order to treat diseases such as Alzheimers and motor neuron disease were unduly polarised and misleading.
(3760)Mrs Ball (Folkestone Herald)
Mrs Ball of Folkestone complained that an article about a prize won by her 12-year-old daughter contained intrusive information about where she lived.
(3761)John G James (Daily Mail)
John G. James complained that an article contained the views of a doctor who believed that mercury fillings did not poison human beings.
(3762)Timothy Paul Wills (South West News Services)
Timothy Paul Wills of Devonshire complained that the news agency had circulated a story to the press inaccurately suggesting that their son could die in a short space of time unless he was found a bone marrow donor.
(3763)Mr Peter Coonan (formerly Sutcliffe) (News of the World)
Mr Peter Coonan (formerly Sutcliffe) complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Bindman & Partners, solicitors of London that an article headlined The Ripper Tapes published in the News of the World on 23 July 2006, and material on the newspapers website, intruded into his privacy in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Code of Practice.
(3764)Mr Johnston (Sunday Mail)
Mr David Johnston complained through his solicitors that an article had contained a number of inaccurate statements about his son.
(3765)Ms Donna Gregson (Daily Mirror)
Ms Donna Gregson of Bradford complained that the newspaper had inaccurately quoted her in an article that referred to conversations she had had with comic Jim Davidson.
(3766)Mr Mark Simpson (The Sunday Telegraph)
Mr Mark Simpson of Richmond complained that an article about the futurologist Marian Salzman was inaccurate when it stated that she 'invented' the term metrosexual.
(3767)Dr Sue Chesters (Wirral Globe)
Dr Sue Chesters of Wirral complained that an inquest report into the death of her brother-in-law contained excessive detail and was insensitive in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief and shock) of the Code.
(3768)A man (Derry News)
A man complained that the newspaper had published a photograph of his grandson to accompany an article about the dangers of underage drinking.
(3769)Arab Media Watch (The Sun)
Mr Sharif Hikmat Nashashibi, Chairman of Arab Media Watch, complained that an article had failed to distinguish conjecture from fact in its claim that Syria had ordered the assassination of Lebanese Industry Minister Pierre Gemayel.
(3770)Deaconsbank Residents Association (The Glaswegian)
Ms Sharon Krieger, Secretary of the Deaconsbank Residents Association, complained about a readers letter which inaccurately claimed the organisation had turned down an offer from the council to provide recreational facilities for youngsters.
(3771)Mrs Faith Kirkbright (Evening Express (Aberdeen))
Mrs Faith Kirkbright complained that the newspaper published her name and full address in connection with charges brought against her husband.
(3772)Ms Nuala O'Brien (The Sun)
Ms Nuala OBrien, the Director of Communications for the West London Mental Health NHS Trust, complained that the newspaper had published a leader that inaccurately referred to patients at Broadmoor hospital as 'lags'.
(3773)Ms Dawn Sadia (Sunday Life)
Ms Dawn Sadia complained that an article which reported her attempts to locate her abducted daughter Nassima in Algeria was inaccurate and misleading.
(3774)Mr and Mrs Harkin (Kilmarnock Standard)
Mr and Mrs Harkin of Kilmarnock complained that their fifteen-year-old son had been quoted in an article without their consent.
(3775)Mr and Mrs Harkin (Sunday Mail)
Mr and Mrs Harkin of Kilmarnock complained that their fifteen-year-old son had been quoted in an article without their consent.
(3776)Mr N Crosby (Daily Express)
Mr N Crosby of Denbighshire complained about inaccuracies in an article which reported on a car accident which caused the death of his granddaughter, his great niece and their two friends.
(3777)Thames Valley Probation Area (The Mail on Sunday)
Thames Valley Probation Area complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a payment made by The Mail on Sunday for information contained in an article published on 15 October 2006 headlined 'The judge stood out like a sore thumb we thought he must be a posh pervert' raised a breach of Clause 16 (Payments to criminals) of the Code of Practice.
(3778)Cornwall County Council (Falmouth Packet)

Richard Williams, Head of Legal Services for Cornwall County Council, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the publication of an image in The Packet on 01 November 2006 to accompany an article headlined 'Sting was entrapment claim' intruded into the privacy of a child in breach of Clauses 3 (Privacy) and 6 (Children). The complainant also raised concerns that the publication of the image was in breach of Clause 10 (Clandestine devices and subterfuge) of the Code.

(3779)Mr Alan Mclean (The Independent)
Mr Alan Mclean of Merseyside complained that an article had inaccurately suggested that the internet bulletin board AirGunBBS of which he was a member contained messages from poachers exchanging tips.
(3780)The family of Leslie Grantham (The Sun)
The family of the actor Leslie Grantham complained, through Swan Turton solicitors, that an article which claimed that Mr Grantham had been 'booted out' of his home by his wife and children was inaccurate.
(3781)A woman (Daily Mail)
A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article published in the Daily Mail on 28 August 2006 headlined The aristocrats wife, the jobless jailbird and the 'Lady Chatterley' affair that put her marriage under threat intruded into her daughters privacy in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Code of Practice.
(3782)A woman (News of the World)
A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of her daughter that an article published in the News of the World on 17 September 2006 headlined Lady Mucky wanted me rough and ready! intruded into her daughters privacy in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Code of Practice.
(3783)A boy (The Sunday Times)
Bindman & Partners complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of a fourteen-year-old boy that an article published in The Sunday Times on 24 September 2006 headlined 'The ultimate sacrifice' was intrusive in breach of Clauses 3 (Privacy), 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) and 6 (Children) of the Code.
(3784)Mr Taji ut-Tahrir (Daily Express)
Mr Taji Mustafa, of Hizb ut-Tahrir, complained that the newspaper had inaccurately described the organisation.
(3785)Mr Ismail Balta (Londra Gazete (London Turkish Gazette))
Mr Ismail Balta complained through Hickman & Rose Solicitors that an article on the conviction of a gang of people smugglers which referred to him contained inaccuracies.
(3786)Mr Ismail Balta (Enfield Advertiser)
Mr Ismail Balta complained through Hickman & Rose Solicitors that an article on the conviction of a gang of people smugglers which referred to him contained inaccuracies.
(3787)Ms M Deary (The Sun)
Ms M Deary of Kent complained that an article which reported the death of her daughter Carla contained inaccuracies and intruded into her privacy and grief.
(3788)Mr Ismail Balta (Enfield Independent)
Mr Ismail Balta complained through Hickman & Rose Solicitors that an article on the conviction of a gang of people smugglers which referred to him contained inaccuracies.
(3789)Mr Ismail Balta (Evening Standard)
Mr Ismail Balta complained through Hickman & Rose Solicitors that an article on the conviction of a gang of people smugglers which referred to him contained inaccuracies.
(3790)Elle Macpherson (Hello!)
Ms Elle Macpherson complained to the Press Complaints Commission through her representative Alexander Carter-Silk that photographs published in Hello! magazine on 29 August 2006 intruded into her privacy and that of her children in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Code of Practice.
(3791)Mr John Anderson (Hexham Courant)
Mr John Anderson of Kirkwhelpington complained that two articles reporting that he had been found guilty of breaking a councillors code of conduct after failing to declare an interest in a discussion at a parish council meeting had not made the full position that he was only found to have breached the code on a technicality, due to his failure to declare a personal, and not a vested interest clear.
(3792)Mr Massoud Shadjareh (The Mail on Sunday)
Mr Massoud Shadjareh of the Islamic Human Rights Commission complained that an article had made a number of inaccurate claims about him, and had discriminated against him.
(3793)Liberal Democrats (Halifax Evening Courier)

Mr Mark Littlewood, Head of Media for the Liberal Democrats, complained that an article had inaccurately claimed that Liberal Democrat Councillors had wooed the BNP as part of a plan to take control of Calderdale Council.

(3794)Steve Pearce and Mandy Walker (The Sunday Times)
Steve Pearce and Mandy Walker, residents of St Lucia, complained that an article had inaccurately reported the circumstances surrounding the death of their landlady.
(3795)Mr Simon Crowhurst (The Sunday Times)
Mr Simon Crowhurst of Cambridge complained that the headline to an article which reported an interview he had given about his fathers tragic attempt to sail around the world was inaccurate and insensitive.
(3796)Ms Rose Nelson (The Voice)
Ms Rose Nelson of London complained that an article had disclosed a detail which intruded into her privacy.
(3797)Mr Luzio and Mr Baidoo-Hackman (The Sun)
Mr Shaun Luzio and Mr Justin Baidoo-Hackman complained on behalf of Mr & Mrs R Mamphey, with their signed authorisation, that an article which reported the death of their son Richard Mamphey contained inaccuracies and intruded into the grief of his family and friends.
(3798)Sproat (OnRank Magazine)
Mr Alan Sproat of Edinburgh complained that an article inaccurately reported that, during a road rage incident, he had deliberately let go of his car door on another man breaking his leg.
(3799)Mr Imran Ahmed (The Sun)
Mr Imran Ahmed of Huddersfield complained that an article in the newspaper was inaccurate when it claimed that Muslim yobs had wrecked a house intended for soldiers returning from Afghanistan.
(3800)Barry Donnan (Irvine Times)
Barry Donnan of Irvine complained that the newspaper had published details of a police operation designed to target gangs and youths and stated that no calls had been received from members of the public during the operation.
(3801)Glasgow City Council (Scottish Sun)
Mr Colin Edgar complained on behalf of Glasgow City Council that an article was inaccurate in stating that the Council spent just 32 pence on each meal it provided for school children in the city.
(3802)Ms Ana Birchall (The Sun)
Ms Ana Birchall of Romania complained that the newspaper had inaccurately described HIV rates in Romania, and applied undue conjecture as to its impact in Britain.
(3803)Andrew Dismore MP (The Barnet Press)
Andrew Dismore MP complained that the newspaper had published a readers letter that contained inaccurate claims about the work he had done on behalf of a constituent.
(3804)David Blunkett MP (Evening Standard)
The Right Honourable David Blunkett MP complained that the newspaper had reported claims about him, which he had denied, without including reference to his denial.
(3805)Mrs Jackie Harding (Cambs Times)
Mrs Jackie Harding complained that an article about her daughter having a day off school intruded into the latters privacy by making exact reference to an illness from which she was suffering.
(3806)A woman (Liverpool Echo)
A woman from Liverpool complained that an article about her experience of drug addiction identified her after she had been given assurances that she would remain anonymous.
(3807)Steve Atkinson (The Westmorland Gazette)
Steve Atkinson of Cumbria complained that the newspaper had published a letter from the local Councillor for South Lakeland District Council which claimed that he himself acknowledges in a letter [that the councils methods of consulting the community] have concluded with residents appreciating the problems faced by the council.
(3808)Mr John Blaylock (Derby Telegraph)

Mr John Blaylock of Derby complained about an article in which his niece discussed the effect of her mothers the complainants sister suicide.

(3809)Mr Terry Lubbock (The Sun)
Mr Terry Lubbock of Harlow complained that an article inaccurately described a meeting between him and Michael Barrymore.
(3810)The Muslim Public Affairs Committee (The London Paper)
The Muslim Public Affairs Committee (UK) complained that the newspaper had inaccurately described its activities.
(3811)Mr Joe O'Donnell (Sunday World)
Mr Joe ODonnell complained through solicitors Kevin R. Winters that the newspaper had inaccurately stated that he was a director of Stealth Security, a security firm linked to a suspect in the Robert McCartney murder.
(3812)Miss Karen Bramwell (Buxton Advertiser)
Miss Karen Bramwell of High Peak complained on behalf of her Aunt that an inquest report into her Grandfathers death disclosed her Aunts medical condition.
(3813)Mr A G Eden (Sunday Mirror)
Mr A G Eden complained that an article inaccurately stated that Paul Collingwoods double century against Australia was the first by an Englishman abroad since Walter Hammond in 1937.
(3814)Mr D Howe and Mrs M Holder (Daily Star Sunday)
Mr D Howe and Mrs M Holder of Maidstone complained that an article was inaccurate and intrusive when it stated that Kelly Brook and Billy Zane had purchased their property.
(3815)Ms Marie Cole (Full House)
Ms Marie Cole of Doncaster complained that an article describing the death of her son (which was based on an interview she had done with the magazine) was inaccurate in a number of respects and particularly in its suggestion that she had forgiven the boy who had killed him.
(3816)The De La Salle Order (Sunday Mail)
The De La Salle Order complained through McSparran McCormick Solicitors and Notaries that an article had inaccurately claimed that Donald Shine was a De La Salle teacher.
(3817)Mr Peter Carey (Evening Standard)
Mr Peter Carey complained through Best & Soames Limited that an ES magazine feature on his recent divorce based largely on an interview with his ex-wife contained information which intruded into his privacy in breach of the Code.
(3818)National Aids Trust (The Sun)
Ms Deborah Jack, the Chief Executive of the National Aids Trust, complained that the newspaper had inaccurately described HIV rates in Eastern Europe.
(3819)Mr Mark Howitt (Worcester News)
Mr Mark Howitt of Malvern complained that an article had inaccurately claimed that Maggs Day Centre had remained open for an extra three weeks earlier in the year due to donations from an appeal by the newspaper.
(3820)A man (Press & Journal (Aberdeen))

A man complained that an article reporting on the ordeal of a Scottish student on a research project in Cameroon had contained a number of inaccuracies.

(3821)Miss Verona Humphrey (Scottish Daily Mail)
Miss Verona Humphrey complained that an article about her divorce had inaccurately attributed comments to her which she had not made.
(3822)Mrs Jean Weeks (The Times Educational Supplement)
Mrs Jean Weeks complained that an article and subsequent correction which was negotiated through the PCC about her dispute with FitzWimarc School was inaccurate and misleading.
(3823)Mr Douglas Pearson (Evening Chronicle (Newcastle Upon Tyne))
Mr Douglas Pearson of the Park Hotel complained that a report of an employment tribunal was inaccurate when it stated that the accountant at the centre of the case had worked for the establishment.
(3824)Mr Paul Bristow (Burton Mail)
Mr Paul Bristow of Birmingham complained that an article which reported his ex-wifes allegations of domestic violence against him contained inaccuracies.
(3825)Mr A E Dunlop (Mid-Sussex Times)
Mr A E Dunlop of Lindfield complained that an article which reported on his plans for developing new homes in Costells Wood as part of Mid Sussex Councils small scale housing alternative study contained inaccuracies.
(3826)Mr Sean Kirtley (Malvern Gazette)
Mr Sean Kirtley of Malvern complained that the newspaper had published his full address in its initial report of a court case, despite this not appearing to be its general policy.
(3827)A woman (The Independent)
A woman complained that a photograph of her receiving medical attention after she had been shot at a tourist site in Jordan had been published without consent and had intruded into her privacy at a time of shock in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock).
(3828)A woman (Getty Images)
A woman complained that photographs of her receiving medical attention in hospital after she had been shot at a tourist site in Jordan had been taken by a freelance photographer instructed by the news agency without her consent.
(3829)Mr Kevin Dodson (News Shopper (Orpington))

Mr Kevin Dodson of Orpington complained that an article written after his brother-in-laws parents Mr and Mrs Groves had been found dead in their home misleadingly suggested that Mr Groves had killed his wife, and then taken an overdose after he had been unable to cope with his wife suffering from Alzheimers disease.

(3830)Mrs Amanda Mahaffey (The Press (York))

Mrs Amanda Mahaffey of York complained that the newspaper had published an article on the first anniversary of her husbands death which contained an interview with her when she had made it very clear to its reporter that she did not wish to comment.

(3831)Mr Christopher Speck (Manchester Evening News)
Mr Christopher Speck of Manchester complained that an article about the development works on Canal Street showed an out-of-date artists impression of the building and did not reflect that it would be fourteen storeys high.
(3832)Mrs Pat McHugh (Swindon Advertiser)
Mrs Pat McHugh of Wroughton complained about an article which reported the comments of the UKs most banned driver who had knocked her son off his bike when he was twelve years old.
(3833)A man (Evening Standard)
A man complained that an article had misleadingly reported the allegations made against him in court.
(3834)Robin Spark (Daily Mail)
Robin Spark son of Dame Muriel Spark complained that the newspaper had defamed him by inaccurately claiming that he bled his mother of the money that she had toiled so hard for and suggested that she sent him money whenever he asked.
(3835)Mr A J Fenny (News Post Leader)
Mr A J Fenny of Northumberland complained that an article which reported a dispute between him and his neighbour contained inaccuracies.
(3836)A man (Daily Record)
A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that two articles published in the Daily Record on the 6 and 7 September 2006 headlined respectively 'Rippers sex-swap love gets job at Carstairs' and 'The wife of ripper sex swap pal stands by her man' were intrusive in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy).
(3837)Mrs Maxine Simpson (Motor Cycle News)
Mrs Maxine Simpson, Director of Almax Security Chains Limited, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that two articles headlined 'Nine out of ten locks fail MCN test' and 'Gone in 37 seconds' published in Motor Cycle News on 19 July 2006 were inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Code of Practice.
(3838)Kate Moss (Sunday Mirror)
Kate Moss complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Harbottle & Lewis solicitors that an article published in the Sunday Mirror on 22 October 2006 headlined 'Kate IS having a baby' was inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Code of Practice.
(3839)Mr W J Kliszewicz (Coventry Telegraph)

Mr W J Kliszewicz complained that a 2002 article which reported his intention of opening the worlds first Shakespearean edutainment park contained inaccuracies. The complainant also framed his complaint under Clauses 2 (Opportunity to reply), 3 (Privacy) and 4 (Harassment).

(3840)A man (The Times)
A man complained that an article reported the allegations made against him in court that he had supplied cocaine to an undercover policeman, and belonged to a drugs gang.
(3841)A man (The Sun)
A man complained that an article reported the allegations made against him in court that he had supplied cocaine to an undercover policeman, and belonged to a drugs gang.
(3842)South Lanarkshire Council (Scottish Daily Mail)
South Lanarkshire Council complained, through Levy & McRae solicitors, that the newspaper had inaccurately claimed that a ban on nuts at Bothwell Primary school, enforced to protect those with allergies, extended to conkers.
(3843)UKAEA (The Daily Telegraph)
Mr Colin Punler, Communications Manager of the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA), complained that an article which reported on radioactive particles in the marine environment around Dounreay power station contained inaccuracies.
(3844)Fareham Borough Council (Daily Mail)
Ms Mel McKeown, Head of Communications at Fareham Borough Council, complained that an article had reported the results of a survey which had inaccurately claimed that Fareham was the least desirable place in live in Britain.
(3845)Mr Tony Seaton (Manchester Evening News)
Mr Tony Seaton of Southampton complained that an article had inaccurately claimed that drink driving was less dangerous than driving whilst using a mobile phone, even with a hands free set.
(3846)A woman (Daily Express)
A woman complained that a photograph of her receiving medical attention after she had been shot at a tourist site in Jordan had been published without consent and had intruded into her privacy at a time of shock in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock).
(3847)A woman (Daily Mail)
A woman complained that a photograph of her receiving medical attention after she had been shot at a tourist site in Jordan had been published without consent and had intruded into her privacy at a time of shock in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock).
(3848)A woman (The Daily Telegraph)
A woman complained that an article which reported on a shooting incident in Jordan in which she was wounded had named her without consent, thereby intruding into her privacy at a time of shock in breach of Clauses 3 (Privacy) and 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Code.
(3849)Mr Bernard Hogan-Howe (News of the World)
Mr Bernard Hogan-Howe, the Chief Constable of Merseyside Police, complained that the newspaper had inaccurately implied that Merseyside police officers were performing dangerous driving stunts in front of young people.
(3850)Mr and Mrs F Paterson (Edinburgh Evening News)
Mr and Mrs F Paterson of West Lothian complained that an article which reported on the police crackdown on boy racers misleadingly used his sons fatal accident albeit without naming him as an example of the sort of behaviour that the crack down was intending to prevent.
(3851)Mr and Mrs F Paterson (Herald & Post)
Mr and Mrs F Paterson of West Lothian complained that an article which reported on the police crackdown on boy racers misleadingly used his sons fatal accident albeit without naming him as an example of the sort of behaviour that the crack down was intending to prevent.
(3852)Mr Alan Sproat (Edinburgh Evening News)

Mr Alan Sproat of Edinburgh complained that an article inaccurately reported that, during a road rage incident, he had deliberately let go of his car door on another man breaking his leg.

(3853)Mrs Brenda Hart (Liverpool Daily Post (Welsh edition))

Mrs Brenda Hart of Conwy complained that a report of a court case in which she was involved inaccurately stated that she had complained about her neighbour to the RSPCA.

(3854)Mr Vernon Hill (Thurrock Gazette)
Mr Vernon Hill of Essex complained that the newspaper had published a letter from him signed 'Vince Hill'.
(3855)Mr and Mrs Storrie (Grantham Journal)
Mr and Mrs Storrie of Nottinghamshire complained that an article containing an interview with the man convicted of murdering their daughter contained inaccuracies.
(3856)Mr Malcolm Leech (Yorkshire Evening Post)

Mr Malcolm Leach of Stockton-on-Tees complained that an article had misrepresented his role in the manufacture of the first replica of John Harrisons H2.

(3857)Fareham Borough Council (The Independent on Sunday)
Ms Mel McKeown, Head of Communications at Fareham Borough Council, complained that an article had reported the results of a survey which had inaccurately claimed that Fareham was the least desirable place in live in Britain.
(3858)Mr B Fleming (Solihull & Shirley Observer)
Mr B Fleming complained that an article about his wifes continued employment after retirement age contained an unfortunate typographical error.
(3859)Mr Joe Ellis (The Times)
Mr Joe Ellis, sixth dan and Chairman of the National Association of Karate and Martial Art Schools, complained that an article had incorrectly stated that he was a first dan karate fighter.
(3860)Thames Valley Probation Area (The Mail on Sunday)
Mr Gerry Marshall, Chief Officer of Thames Valley Probation Area, complained that an interview with an individual who claimed to have carried out unpaid community work with the Lord Chief Justice, along with two others, was misleading and inaccurate as they were not present on the day in question.
(3861)Mr Ron McMurray (News of the World)
Mr Ron McMurray complained that a photograph had been taken of him at his previous workplace where he believed he had a reasonable expectation of privacy.
(3862)A woman (The Times)
A woman complained that a photograph of her receiving medical attention after she had been shot at a tourist site in Jordan had been published without consent and had intruded into her privacy at a time of shock in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock). The complainant also raised concerns under Clause 8 (Hospitals).
(3863)Mr Gary Pierpoint (Rotherham Advertiser)
Mr Gary Pierpoint of Rotherham complained that the newspaper had published a photograph of school children (including his son) in the town centre to illustrate an article that revealed how the school had insufficient capacity to accommodate all of the pupils at lunchtime.
(3864)Ms Nicola Davis (Rotherham Advertiser)
Ms Nicola Davis of Rotherham complained that the newspaper had published a photograph of school children (including her son) in the town centre to illustrate an article that revealed how the school had insufficient capacity to accommodate all of the pupils at lunchtime.
(3865)Steve Oliver (The Sun)
Steve Oliver, Managing Director of Music Zone, complained that an article in the newspaper which reported on a Russian website which allowed illegal downloads had in effect provided a free advert for the website.
(3866)Mr Kevin Dodson (Bromley Times)
Mr Kevin Dodson of Orpington complained that an article written after his brother-in-laws parents Mr and Mrs Groves had been found dead in their home misleadingly suggested that Mr Groves had killed his wife, and then taken an overdose after he had been unable to cope with his wife suffering from Alzheimers disease.
(3867)Mr Neil Farthing and Miss Sandra Whitehouse (Middlesbrough Evening Gazette)
Mr Neil Farthing and Miss Sandra Whitehouse complained that the newspaper had contrary to their wishes published a photograph of their son to accompany an article which reported that he had died.
(3868)Ms Judith Brown (Daily Mail)
Ms Judith Brown, Director of Arab Media Watch, complained that a Richard Littlejohn column commenting on the situation in the Middle East contained a number of inaccuracies with reference to the role of Hezbollah and the extent of suffering in Lebanon.
(3869)A woman (The Observer Series)

A woman complained that an article about her sons ASBO had contained inaccuracies, and that the newspaper had photographed him without her permission.

(3870)West Middlesex University Hospital (Hounslow Chronicle)
The West Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust complained that an article reporting on the issue of whether the hospital gave support to Satanists had misrepresented the views of Sue Ellen, the chairman of the Trust, who had been quoted in the article.
(3871)Mr Tim Bonner (Daily Mirror)
Mr Tim Bonner of the Countryside Alliance complained that the claim that 72% of the population backed the ban on hunting was inaccurate.
(3872)Reverend Ian Falconer (Daily Express)
Reverend Ian Falconer of Staveley complained that the headline of an article reporting the results of a poll on attitudes towards Islam and terrorism was inaccurate, and not borne out by the article itself.
(3873)Miss Karen Le Doux (The Sentinel (Staffordshire))

Miss Karen le Doux of Staffordshire complained that the newspaper had declined to publish a letter she had submitted in response to claims in another readers letter regarding an attack in which her son was involved.

(3874)Mr Kevin Dodson (Daily Mail)
Mr Kevin Dodson of Orpington complained that an article written after his brother-in-laws parents Mr and Mrs Groves had been found dead in their home misleadingly stated as fact that Mr Groves had killed his wife and then taken an overdose after he had been unable to cope with his wife suffering from Alzheimers disease.
(3875)Mr D Ramkin (News Shopper (Bromley))

Mr D. Ramkin of Kent complained that the newspaper had published a letter from an anonymous reader in response to his published letter on the subject of obesity.

(3876)Mr Anthony Richards (Barking & Dagenham Post)
Mr Anthony Richards of Barking complained that the newspaper had amended correspondence between him and the Trading Standards Department to suggest that he had submitted a readers letter for publication.
(3877)Ms Sue Young (Daily Mail)
Ms Sue Young, Policy Adviser at the Architects Registration Board (ARB), complained that a series of articles were inaccurate when they referred to Anthony De Boise who was convicted of sexual assault as an 'architect'.
(3878)Mr James A Mackie (The Scotsman)
Mr James A Mackie complained that an article was inaccurate when it stated that he was to send a letter to members of the Scottish Conservative Party asking that all Conservative MSPs be deselected.
(3879)Mrs S M Ward (Our Dogs)
Mrs S M Ward of Buckinghamshire complained that a critique she had written as a Championship Show Judge in response to a previous article had been edited misleadingly.
(3880)Mr Martin McGuinness (Sunday World)
Mr Martin McGuinness complained, through P. J. McGrory & Co. solicitors, to the Press Complaints Commission that an article published in the Sunday World on 28 May 2006 headlined 'McGuinness was Brit spy' was inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and 2 (Opportunity to reply) of the Code of Practice.
(3881)A woman (Macclesfield Express)
A woman from Macclesfield complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article published in the Macclesfield Express named her as a victim of sexual assault in breach of Clause 11 (Victims of sexual assault) of the Code of Practice.
(3882)Mr Richard Curson (The Times)
Mr Richard Curson complained on behalf of Mr Dave West that an article had inaccurately set out that at a charity event at his Hey Jo club to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital Mr West had sworn at a journalist before having him bundled out.
(3883)Councillor Roy Morrish (North Devon Journal)
Councillor Roy Morrish of Barnstaple complained that the newspaper had reported the inaccurate allegations of Councillor Sue Sewell against him, and that no attempt was made to verify her statements prior to publication.
(3884)Mr James Wilson (Holderness Gazette)
Mr James Wilson of Hull complained that a letter he had submitted for publication had been so edited as to change its meaning.
(3885)Ms Karen Croft (Rex Features)
Ms Karen Croft of the Priory Hospital complained that photographs had appeared on the agencys website showing patients walking in the hospitals private grounds.
(3886)Mr G Kilby (Gloucestershire Echo)
Mr G Kilby complained that an article had inaccurately stated that, under a recently-published Regional Spatial Strategy, 4,000 homes were to be built on land at Hunting Butts, near Cheltenham.
(3887)Ms Donna Letremy (Huddersfield Daily Examiner)
Ms Donna Letremy, partner of the late Michael Francois, complained that an article which reported the sentencing of Marcus Rhoden for the attempted murder of a police officer contained inaccuracies.
(3888)Mr Badr Jafar (Evening Standard)
Mr Badr Jafar of London complained to the Press Complaints Commission, through Schillings solicitors, that an article published on the Evening Standard website on 21 July 2006, headlined Naomi arrested after disturbance, enabled his property to be identified in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Code.
(3889)Ms Karen Croft (Daily Mail)
Ms Karen Croft, the Corporate Communications Manager of the Priory Group, complained that a journalist from the Daily Mail had entered a private area of the Priory Hospital Roehampton without consent in breach of Clause 8 (Hospitals) of the Code.
(3890)Dumfries and Galloway Housing Partnership (Dumfries & Galloway Standard)

The Dumfries and Galloway Housing Partnership complained through solicitors Harper Macleod that an article inaccurately suggested that it had left elderly tenants without facilities for three days.

(3891)Councillor Andy Fletcher (Skegness Standard)
Councillor Andy Fletcher of Skegness complained that the newspaper had inaccurately reported that he was standing down as leader of the council.
(3892)Mr Ken Livingstone (The Sun)
Mr Ken Livingstone, the Mayor of London, complained that the newspaper had inaccurately suggested that he had obtained two free tickets for the V music festival.
(3893)Mr Christopher Maude-Roxby (The Sunday Times)
Mr Christopher Maude-Roxby of London complained that an article about the sale of his childhood home was inaccurate in stating that his family had moved there only after his mother had refused to live in a nearby vicarage because she did not consider it grand enough for a member of the Lyle (of Tate & Lyle fame) family.
(3894)A student (Leigh Reporter)
A student complained that an article had set out that he had suffered from depression while revising for his exams.
(3895)Detective Superintendent Stephen Heath (Scottish Daily Mail)
Detective Superintendent Stephen Heath complained through R S Vaughan & Co Solicitors & Notaries of Glasgow that an article which reported the alleged contents of a precognition statement he had given contained inaccuracies.
(3896)Mrs Stephanie Grady (Halifax Evening Courier)

Mrs Stephanie Grady of Brotton complained to the Press Complaints Commission that two articles headlined 'Shattered lives and lost dreams' and 'Tragedy now wife has baby' published in the Halifax Evening Courier on 2 April and 12 July 2006

(3897)Farmers' Union of Wales (Daily Mirror)
Dr Nicholas Fenwick, Policy Officer of the Farmers Union of Wales, complained that an article which reported on an investigation into live veal exports by Compassion in World Farming contained inaccuracies.
(3898)Ms Naomi Campbell (Daily Star)
Ms Naomi Campbell, the well-known model, complained that the newspaper had inaccurately alleged that she had been involved in an argument with a photographer and then an altercation with the chef on board a yacht that led to a considerable amount of damage.
(3899)A woman (Love It!)
A woman complained that the magazine had interviewed and photographed her daughter on a matter involving her welfare without parental consent in breach of Clause 6 (Children) of the Code.
(3900)Mr Ian Brady (The Independent)
Mr Ian Brady of Ashworth Hospital complained, through RMNJ solicitors, that the newspaper had wrongly claimed that he was a co-author of sorts of a play at the Edinburgh festival about him.
(3901)Ms Naomi Campbell (The Sun)
Ms Naomi Campbell, the well-known model, complained that the newspaper had inaccurately alleged that she had been involved in an argument with a photographer
(3902)David Blunkett MP (News of the World)
The Rt. Hon. David Blunkett MP complained that an article, alleging that he had been on dates with the actress Amanda Burton was both inaccurate and intrusive.
(3903)Mr Dario Franchitti and Ms Ashley Judd (News of the World)
Mr Dario Franchitti, the well-known racing driver, and Ms Ashley Judd, the well-known actress, complained that an article contained inaccurate and intrusive information about
(3904)Mr Paul Bristow (The Birmingham Post)
Mr Paul Bristow of Birmingham complained that an article which reported his ex-wifes allegations of domestic violence against him contained inaccuracies.
(3905)Mr Alex Safian (The Guardian)
Mr Alex Safian of CAMERA complained to the Press Complaints Commission that two articles headlined 'Worlds apart' and 'Brothers in arms Israels secret pact with Pretoria' published in The Guardian on 6 February and 7 February were inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy).
(3906)A woman (Northwich Guardian)
A woman from Cheshire complained that an article inaccurately claimed that she had been escorted from her school by Cheshire Police and a Cheshire County Council child protection unit, following her suspension as a teacher.
(3907)Peter Everden (The Sunday Times)
Peter Everden of Kent complained that the newspaper had reported an allegation concerning his business dealings which had then been unreservedly withdrawn.
(3908)Mrs Linda Caddell (County Down Spectator)
Mrs Linda Caddell of Bangor complained about an article which reported the dismissal of a court case in which she had been accused of causing actual bodily harm to her neighbour.
(3909)Mr Maxwell Rumney (Metro)
Mr Maxwell Rumney, Director of Legal & Business Affairs at September Films, complained that an article on the television programme Its Now or Never, which was produced by the company, contained inaccuracies and no right to reply had been afforded.
(3910)Mr Kenneth Monaghan (Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald)
Mr Kenneth Monaghan complained that a letter which had claimed that the new bus lane in Stevenston was a complete waste of time had been inaccurately credited to him.
(3911)Mr Neil Lennon (Scottish Sun)
Mr Neil Lennon, Captain of Celtic Football Club, complained through Levy & McRae Solicitors of Glasgow that an article in relation to his personal life was inaccurate.
(3912)Mr A J Kilker (The Citizen (Gloucester))

Mr AJ Kilker of Gloucester complained that the newspaper had published a letter from him which included his full address.

(3913)Mr Badr Jafar (The Sun)
Mr Badr Jafar complained through Schillings solicitors that (1) information published regarding his home in an article intruded into his privacy; and (2) the article was inaccurate when it stated that he was a 'prince' from 'Dubai'.
(3914)A man (News of the World)
A man complained that an article had inaccurately claimed that he had abandoned his children.
(3915)Miss Karen Le Doux (The Sentinel (Staffordshire))

Miss Karen Le Doux of Staffordshire explained that the newspaper had reported an incident involving an assault on a teenage boy which had resulted in a warning for her son.

(3916)Ms Hanne Stinson (Church Times)
Ms Hanne Stinson of the British Humanist Association complained that the newspapers coverage of issues relating to the Assisted Dying for the Terminally Ill Bill had been one-sided.
(3917)Mr James White (Evening Standard)
Mr James White complained that an article which reported on the one year anniversary of the 7/7 London bombings contained private information about his partner who died in the attacks.
(3918)Mr Lavdrim Terziu (The Sunday Times)
Mr Lavdrim Terziu of London complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'The land that time forgot' published in The Sunday Times Magazine on 23rd July was inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and prejudicial and pejorative in breach of Clause 12 (Discrimination) of the Code.
(3919)Mr John Foster (Cambridge News)

Mr John Foster of Bromley complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article published in the Cambridge Evening News on 6th May 2006, headlined 'Ultimate act of betrayal', was inaccurate and intrusive at a time of personal grief and shock in breach of Clauses 1 (Accuracy) and 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock).

(3920)Ms Jacqueline Gabbard (Heat)
Ms Jacqueline Gabbard of West Sussex complained that an article which reported that the actor Vince Vaughn had invited his parents to come on his film set had misleadingly used a photograph of her grandparents to illustrate how the scene might have looked.
(3921)Mr Philip Jones (Scottish Daily Mail)
Mr Philip Jones, Chief Executive of Berwickshire Housing Association complained about an article in which a couple who lived in a house it had built as part of an eco-friendly building criticised the amount of energy the house was able to produce.
(3922)Dr Warden (The Citizen (Gloucester))

Dr Warden of South Gloucester Mental Health Centre complained that an article had inaccurately set out that on the day that she committed suicide Nicola Fuller had seen a student nurse who had told her to 'to away and pull herself together'.

(3923)Mr Gary Waugh (Western Mail)

Mr Gary Waugh complained through his solicitors Knight Polson that an article had contained a number of inaccuracies in relation to his trial, the charges he was sentenced for, and his role in the credit card scam.

(3924)Miss Debra Sells (Basingstoke Gazette)
Miss Debra Sells of Salisbury, mother of Jolene Colpus, complained that the newspaper had published photographs of her daughters funeral without her knowledge or permission.
(3925)Mr Alan Gardner (London Student)
Mr Alan Gardner complained on behalf of University College Londons Student Union that an article had inaccurately claimed that Mike McLeod the Unions General Manager had broken the terms of a new pay deal by including it in plans to restructure UCL Unions shops and cafes.
(3926)Mrs Sandra Yardon-Pinder (Evening Standard)
Ms Sandra Yardon-Pinder, Headteacher of Geoffrey Chaucer Technology College, complained through Equal Justice Solicitors that two articles which related to the school contained inaccuracies.
(3927)Mrs Teresa Saunders (Rugby Advertiser)
Mrs Teresa Saunders of Coventry complained that the newspaper had published an article that misleadingly suggested that she and her husband had harassed and intimidated their sons school.
(3928)Mr Gary Gibson (Daily Mail)
Mr Gary Gibson complained through Anne Woodcock & Co Solicitors that an article was inaccurate when it stated that he had pleaded guilty to over 400 domestic burglaries.
(3929)Ms Debbie Robertson (Middlesbrough Evening Gazette)
Ms Debbie Robertson of Stockton on Tees complained that an article about her brother Ivor Jones who was imprisoned for manslaughter following the killing of his wife was inaccurate when it referred to the existence of a 'family feud'.
(3930)Mrs Diane Tribe (Take a Break)
Mrs Diane Tribe complained on behalf of her husband Martyn with signed authorisation that a real life story which featured her brother-in-law contained inaccuracies.
(3931)A woman (Leamington Spa Courier)
A woman complained that an article had inaccurately set out that her son was still in prison. She also contended that, despite a court order that he should not be identified in the press, the newspaper had included a blacked out silhouette of her son.
(3932)Mr Chad Noble (Wales on Sunday)
Mr Chad Noble, founder of the website UKIPhome, complained that an article had reported the inaccurate comments of Richard Suchorzewski. Contrary to Mr Suchorzewskis contentions, the complainant explained that UKIPHome was a fully independent site which sought to help UKIP grow as a party and had no affiliation with any leadership candidate.
(3933)Mrs Rita Evans (Take a Break)
Mrs Rita Evans of East Sussex complained that an article in the Mums army a pressure group fighting for tougher action against anti-social behaviour section of the magazine published her telephone number without her consent and inaccurately suggested that she was terrified of local yobs.
(3934)Mr Trevor Fentiman (Faversham Times)
Mr Trevor Fentiman, Mayor of Faversham, complained that an article had inaccurately suggested that he had referred to a piece of land as ripe for development and was involved in the manipulation of the political agenda to benefit a businessman to whom he was close.
(3935)A former member of the Special Boat Squadron (Falkirk Herald)
A former member of the Special Boat Squadron complained that an article had revealed details about his former military service and published his full address.
(3936)Andrew Slocombe (South Wales Argus)
Mr Andrew Slocombe of Newport complained that a front page article reporting the claims made by his ex-wife were not clearly distinguished as the allegations which she had made in court.
(3937)Elizabeth Campbell (Sunday Mail)
Elizabeth Campbell of Edinburgh complained that an article which reported on her granddaughters hospitalisation suggested that she was sustained drug user. She also raised concerns that the article inaccurately suggested that the newspaper had spoken to her granddaughters family.
(3938)A woman (News of the World)
A woman complained that an article had inaccurately claimed that her son had been suspended from his school following an attack on a fellow pupil and a teacher.
(3939)Mrs Christine Robinson (Milton Keynes Citizen)
Mrs Christine Robinson of Milton Keynes explained that her husband had died in a tragic accident involving the collapse of scaffolding.
(3940)Dr John Cormack (South Woodham and Maldon Weekly News)
Dr John Cormack of Greenwood Surgery complained that an article had inaccurately claimed that in 2004 he had given the Maldon and South Chelmsford Primary Care Trust one months notice to quit the surgery.
(3941)Wendy Hands (Malvern Gazette)
Wendy Hands of Worcestershire complained that an article incorrectly reported the projected cost of the Public Private Partnership Primary Care new building as 3.3 million rather than the correct figure of 5.2 million.
(3942)Ms Anna Taylor (The Sentinel (Staffordshire))

Ms Anna Taylor of Staffordshire complained that a comment piece, on a recent case in which two gay foster parents were found guilty of sexual abuse against minors, was offensive and homophobic and made an inaccurate connection between homosexuality and paedophilia.

(3943)A man (The Sun)
A man from Hertfordshire complained that an article on the subject of an incident involving his son contained inaccuracies.
(3944)Sir Mick Jagger (Daily Mail)
Sir Mick Jagger complained, through Smyth Barkham solicitors, that the newspaper had published sufficient information to enable people to find the whereabouts of his new home in West London.
(3945)Mr Stephen Bell (The Times)
Mr Stephen Bell of Cheshire complained, on behalf of Mr and Mrs Cleverley, that the headline to an article, on the subject of the tragic death of their daughter, was insensitive and wrongly focussed attention on them as parents.
(3946)Ms Joy Keating (Chiropody Review)
Ms Joy Keating complained that the magazine had in its report of a presentation on biomechanics published the claim that 'because of their lower leg anatomy, Afro-Caribbean people cannot achieve a 10 degree dorsiflexion'.
(3947)Sir Mick Jagger (Hello!)
Sir Mick Jagger complained, through Smyth Barkham solicitors, that the magazine had clearly identified the exact location of his new property in West London, including its house number and the name on its blue plaque.
(3948)Mrs Kathleen McAdam (Banbury Cake)
Mrs Kathleen McAdam of Newark complained that an article had reported the inaccurate comments of Chris Cousins, who had claimed that the previous owners of a house in Chatsworth Drive had adopted common land.
(3949)Mr George Dickson (Paisley Daily Express)
Mr George Dickson of Paisley complained that a series of articles had misrepresented Elderslie Care Home and its staff.
(3950)Mr Robert Sharpe (The Mail on Sunday)
Mr Robert Sharpe, Chief Executive of Portman Building Society, complained that a profile on him based on an interview he had given to the newspaper contained inaccuracies.
(3951)Mr Gordon Bell (Evening Chronicle (Newcastle Upon Tyne))
Mr Gordon Bell of Alberta, Canada complained that an article which reported the outcome of testing conducted at the Minstry of Defences chemical and biological warfare site at Porton Down contained inaccuracies.
(3952)The United Kingdom Tea Council Ltd (The Grocer)
William Gorman, Executive Chairman of The United Kingdom Tea Council Ltd (UKTC), complained that an article inaccurately made reference to tea as the number one counterfeit product on the UK market.
(3953)Mr Steven McKenzie (Sunday Mail)
Mr Steven McKenzie of Fife complained that the newspaper with which he had had problems for two years had inaccurately reported his appearance in court, especially in its claim that he had fired his solicitor.
(3954)Edinburgh City FC (Scottish Daily Mirror)

Mr Terry May, Chairman of Edinburgh City Football Club, complained that an article was inaccurate when it stated that the club was seeking to oppose the smoking ban in Scotland at the Court of Session.

(3955)Mr Roger Knapman (The Sunday Times)
Roger Knapman MEP, the leader of the UK Independence party, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article, published in The Sunday Times of 7th May 2006 headlined 'Anti-migrant UKIP leader hires Poles', was inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy), intrusive in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) and followed the use of subterfuge in breach of Clause 10 (Clandestine devices and subterfuge) of the Code.
(3956)Mrs Christine Jones (Liverpool Daily Post (Welsh edition))

Mrs Christine Jones of Flintshire complained on behalf of her sister Mrs A Morris about a front page article which reported on a car accident in which her son had died and her grandchildren were seriously injured.

(3957)A couple (The Guardian)
A couple complained that the newspaper had published a photograph of their fourteen-year-old daughter and her friend taken from a posting on the website bebo to illustrate an article about the dangers of schoolgirls posting their details on the internet.
(3958)A couple (Daily Mail)
A couple complained that the newspaper had published a photograph of their fourteen-year-old daughter and her friend taken from a posting on the website bebo to illustrate an article about the dangers of schoolgirls posting their details on the internet.
(3959)George Galloway MP (The Times)
George Galloway MP complained that the newspaper had inaccurately reported that he was due to attend a rally in a nearby park with hardline Islamist cleric, Delwar Hossain Sayeedi.
(3960)Mr Tom Brennan (The Journal (Newcastle))
Mr Tom Brennan, Regional Secretary of the GMB Northern Region, complained that an article inaccurately reported the details of an Employment Tribunal which had been brought against the Union.
(3961)Mr John Lewis (Perthshire Advertiser)
Mr John Lewis of Auchterarder complained that an article had inaccurately claimed that his partner had set up the website businessperthshire.com and that she owned the company Sundial Creative.
(3962)Mr David Owen (Western Morning News)
Mr David Owen from Exmouth complained about an article on the subject of David Camerons failure to achieve the withdrawal of Conservative MEPs from the European Peoples Party Group in the European Parliament written by an activist for the UK Independence Party.
(3963)Ms Jessica Bussert (The Sunday Times)
Ms Jessica Bussert of London complained that an article which reported her claim of sex discrimination as part of an employment tribunal was inaccurate and discriminatory when it referred to her as a man throughout the story.
(3964)Mr Arber Koci (The Guardian)
Mr Arber Koci, Chairman of the LSE Students Union Albanian Society, complained that an article on the Balkans contained inaccuracies.
(3965)Mr Simon Roscoe (Daily Mail)
Mr Simon Roscoe complained through Mr Pat Benson LLB that an article on Duncan James, his son, contained inaccuracies.
(3966)Mr Graham Worthington (Daily Mail)
Mr Graham Worthington of Surrey complained that the newspaper had inaccurately claimed that two policemen, who were cited in the Stephen Lawrence inquiry, served at the East Dulwich Police Station, at which he had been a Detective Inspector.
(3967)Mr Christopher Cook (The Mail on Sunday)
Mr Christopher Cook from Michigan, USA, complained about the conduct of a reporter at the memorial evening for Katherine Ward, who had recently committed suicide.
(3968)Detective Superintendent Stephen Heath (Scottish Sun)
Detective Superintendent Stephen Heath complained that an article which reported that a convicted killer had admitted the murder of Ms Marion Ross contained inaccuracies.
(3969)Ms Dawn Blake (The Sun)
Ms Dawn Blake of Birmingham, a contestant on the television programme Big Brother, complained about articles in the newspaper which she considered to be inaccurate.
(3970)Mr Richard Kidd (The Sun)
Mr Richard Kidd of Hampshire complained that a comment piece in the newspaper inaccurately suggested that incapacity benefit was for life when, in fact, he had had his overturned in the last year.
(3971)Ms Tracey Chapman (The Mail on Sunday)
(3972)Mr George Galloway MP (The Sun)
George Galloway MP complained that the newspaper had inaccurately reported that he was to attend an East London rally with radical Muslim cleric, Delwar Hossain Sayeedi.
(3973)Mr David Rickelsford (Sunday Mercury)
Mr David Rickelsford complained that an article reporting that he had been banned from his own home had contained a number of inaccuracies with reference to his dispute with his neighbours.
(3974)Ms Tracey Chapman (Daily Mail)
(3975)Ms Joanna Riding (The Independent)
Ms Joanna Riding complained to the Press Complaints Commission through her agents, Scott Marshall Partners, that an article published in the Independent on 8th March 2006 in the Pandora column intruded into her privacy in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy).
(3976)Mr Gary Waugh (The Times)
Mr Gary Waugh complained through his solicitors Knight Polson that an article contained a number of inaccuracies, the most significant of which was the claim that Ali Dahir had been forced by the complainant to take credit cards.
(3977)Mr Gary Waugh (The Citizen (Gloucester))

Mr Gary Waugh complained through his solicitors Knight Polson that an article had contained a number of inaccuracies in relation to his trial, the charges he was sentenced for, and his role in the credit card scam.

(3978)Mr Gary Waugh (Gloucestershire Echo)
Mr Gary Waugh complained through his solicitors Knight Polson that an article had contained a number of inaccuracies in relation to his trial, the charges he was sentenced for, and his role in the credit card scam.
(3979)Mr and Mrs Reynolds and Mr J Nicholas (Exeter Express & Echo)

Mr and Mrs Reynolds and Mrs J Nicholas complained that an article had inaccurately contended that Aalen House Nursing Home had been rescued from the brink of collapse by its new owners, and as a result had been awarded with a congratulatory picture from the Queen.

(3980)A woman (Sussex Express)
A woman from East Sussex complained that an article which reported that her son had killed a Koi carp at a popular tourist attraction was inaccurate and misleading.
(3981)Transport for London (Evening Standard)
Transport for London complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Eversheds Solicitors of Queen Victoria Street, London that two articles published in the Evening Standard on 21 November, headlined 81% oppose move to axe Routemaster and Londons favourite, and a further piece published on 7 December, headlined End of the road for the Routemaster, 1956-2005, were inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Code of Practice.
(3982)Mr Keith Cousins (The Sunday Times)
Mr Keith Cousins of London complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a journalist from the Sunday Times had been in contact with his 14 year-old-son in breach of Clauses 4 (Harassment), 5 (Intrusion into grief and shock) and 6 (Children) of the Code.
(3983)Mr Philip Gretton (Burton Mail)
Mr Philip Gretton of Burton-on-Trent complained that an article about his step-sons appearance as a mascot at a Manchester United game included particular information about his wifes ill-health.
(3984)Mr Jason Johnson (The Sun)
Mr Jason Johnson, a postman for Royal Mail, complained through the Communication Workers Union that an article which focused on his disability intruded into his privacy and discriminated against him in breach of the Code.
(3985)Mr David Benjamin (Evening Standard)
Mr David Benjamin of Kent said that he had been interviewed by The Guardian newspaper for an article on Maths reforms. Subsequently, a journalist from the Evening Standard submitted the content of an article he was writing for the complainants comments following a conversation they had had on the same topic.
(3986)Mr Gary Walker (Crawley News)
Mr Gary Walker, Chief Executive of Surrey and Sussex NHS Trust, complained that an article which reported that, owing to the fact that he was on holiday, he had missed a meeting with the Prime Minister was inaccurate and misleading.
(3987)Mr Terry Fitzpatrick (New Nation)
Mr Terry Fitzpatrick of London complained that an article inaccurately suggested that many historians believed the word race was an acronym derived from the Royal African Company of England, which was granted the exclusive right to trade slaves in Africa under the reign of Charles II.
(3988)Mr Jason Johnson (Evening Standard)
Mr Jason Johnson, a postman for Royal Mail, complained through the Communication Workers Union that an article which focused on his disability intruded into his privacy and discriminated against him in breach of the Code.
(3989)A woman (Evening Chronicle (Newcastle Upon Tyne))
A woman from Newcastle complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the Newcastle Evening Chronicle did not respect her confidentiality as a source in breach of Clause 14 (Confidential Sources) of the Code.
(3990)Mr Chris Denning (The Sun)
Mr Chris Denning, a prisoner at HMP Wandsworth, complained that an article had inaccurately suggested that he was sacked by the BBC for making an inappropriate joke.
(3991)Ms Patricia West (Daily Express)
Ms Patricia West complained that the headline of an article reporting on the death of Diana had inaccurately claimed that her body had been illegally embalmed in order to cover up her pregnancy.
(3992)A man (Press & Journal (Aberdeen))

A man complained that an article had inaccurately claimed that his partner had set up the website businessperthshire.com and that she owned the company Sundial Creative.

(3993)A woman (The Sun)
A woman complained that the newspaper had sought to interview her at her home with regard to a high-profile court case involving her daughter despite a request from police not to approach her or her family.
(3994)A woman (Daily Mail)
A woman complained that the newspaper had sought to interview her at her home with regard to a high-profile court case involving her daughter despite a request from police not to approach her or her family.
(3995)Mr Folohan Adegoke (Mortgage Strategy)
Mr Folohan Adegoke of London complained that the magazine had misrepresented comments he had made after being approached on the street and asked to participate in a survey.
(3996)A woman (The Argus (Brighton))
A woman complained that the newspaper had sought to interview her at her home with regard to a high-profile court case involving her daughter despite a request from police not to approach her or her family.
(3997)Mr Martin Hamilton (Daily Record)
Mr Martin Hamilton of HM Glenochil Prison complained that an article inaccurately suggested that he had a taste for sexual sadism on young men.
(3998)Councillor Robert C Bright (South Wales Argus)
Councillor Robert C Bright, Leader of Newport City Council, complained that an article on food hygiene in Gwent was misleading and inaccurate.
(3999)A man (Hamilton Advertiser)
A man complained that two articles reporting on the death of his brother had contained intrusive detail and caused the family more pain in an already difficult time.
(4000)Ms Kathleen Russell Tait (The Oldie)
Ms Katherine Russell Tait, the daughter of Bertrand Russell, complained that a readers letter had contained an inaccurate and apparently unchecked anecdote about her behaviour as a school-child.
(4001)Mr Morien Jones (The Times)
Mr Morien Jones of Dyfed complained that the newspaper had inaccurately reported and published criticism of him on the basis that he had filmed his neighbour sunbathing naked in her own garden.
(4002)A woman (Derby Telegraph)

A woman from Derby complained that an article reporting on a girl who needed stitches after a dog bite was inaccurate.

(4003)Mr Patrick David Whelan (South London Mercury)
Mr Patrick David Whelan of Greenwich complained that an article reporting on his daughters death inaccurately suggested that he had shunned her just before her death.
(4004)Mr Richard Paul (Yorkshire Evening Post)
Mr Richard Paul of York complained that an article reporting on a road rage incident had contained inaccuracies.
(4005)Mr Patrick David Whelan (News Shopper (Lewisham & Greenwich))

Mr Patrick David Whelan of Greenwich complained that an article reporting on his daughters death suggested that he had seen her a few days before her death and had told the inquest that he could not bear to speak to her.

(4006)A woman (News of the World)
A woman complained that an article had identified her as a patient receiving psychiatric treatment and included a photograph of her as a child.
(4007)Mr Terry Byrne (The Guardian)
Mr Terry Byrne complained that an article reporting on the trial of three former drugs investigators had inaccurately set out that when giving evidence he had said that it was quite normal for large samples of heroin to be allowed to go on the streets. In fact, the complainant had said that he could envisage circumstances where it could be in the best interests of the public for a large sample to be lost, where it was an essential part of the operation to identify and prosecute large scale drug trafficking organisers.
(4008)Lord Mercer-Nairne (Daily Mail)
Lord Mercer-Nairne complained that an article had inaccurately suggested that his estate had received a grant from a quango of which his wife was a member.
(4009)Mrs Carol Pounder (North-West Evening Mail)

Mrs Carol Pounder of Cumbria complained on behalf of her son, Wayne Pounder, that a photograph taken of him playing a slot machine at an amusement arcade was in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and 3 (Privacy) of the Code.

(4010)Mrs C Addams (Daily Mirror)
Mrs C Addams of Conwy complained that an article which reported a happy slapping victim who slapped back was inaccurate and misleading since the incident was staged.
(4011)Ms Sarah Bissett Scott (Daily Mail)
Ms Sarah Bissett Scott of Hertfordshire complained that articles in several newspapers including the Daily Mail describing an alleged relationship between her and John Prescott were inaccurate in a large number of respects and used misleading terminology. She also said that some articles had misquoted her.
(4012)Ms Sarah Bissett Scott (Daily Mirror)
Ms Sarah Bissett Scott of Hertfordshire complained that articles in several newspapers including the Daily Mirror describing an alleged relationship between her and John Prescott were inaccurate in a large number of respects and used misleading terminology. She also said that some articles had misquoted her.
(4013)Ms Sarah Bissett Scott (Sunday Mirror)
Ms Sarah Bissett Scott of Hertfordshire complained that articles in several newspapers including the Sunday Mirror describing an alleged relationship between her and John Prescott were inaccurate in a large number of respects and used misleading terminology. She also said that some articles had misquoted her.
(4014)Ms Sarah Bissett Scott (The Sun)
Ms Sarah Bissett Scott of Hertfordshire complained that articles in several newspapers including the Sun describing an alleged relationship between her and John Prescott were inaccurate in a large number of respects and used misleading terminology. She also said that some articles had misquoted her.
(4015)Ms Sarah Bissett Scott (Daily Express)
Ms Sarah Bissett Scott of Hertfordshire complained that articles in several newspapers including the Daily Express describing an alleged relationship between her and John Prescott were inaccurate in a large number of respects and used misleading terminology. She also said that some articles had misquoted her.
(4016)Ms Sarah Bissett Scott (News of the World)
Ms Sarah Bissett Scott of Hertfordshire complained that articles in several newspapers including the News of the World describing an alleged relationship between her and John Prescott were inaccurate in a large number of respects and used misleading terminology. She also said that some articles had misquoted her.
(4017)Ms Sarah Bissett Scott (The Daily Telegraph)
Ms Sarah Bissett Scott of Hertfordshire complained that articles in several newspapers including the Daily Telegraph describing an alleged relationship between her and John Prescott were inaccurate in a large number of respects and used misleading terminology. She also said that some articles had misquoted her.
(4018)Ms Sarah Bissett Scott (The Comet)
Ms Sarah Bissett Scott of Hertfordshire complained that articles in several newspapers including the Comet describing an alleged relationship between her and John Prescott were inaccurate in a large number of respects and used misleading terminology. She also said that some articles had misquoted her.
(4019)Mr Matthew Holbrook (Daily Mail)
Mr Matthew Holbrook, a model from London, complained that the newspaper had inaccurately alleged that he had been involved in a romantic relationship with the actress Patsy Kensit since January 2006.
(4020)Mr Brian Gibson (Ferryhill & Chilton Chapter)

Mr Brian Gibson of Ferryhill complained that an article reporting that he had highlighted a procedural error which led to the unexpected closure of the Ferryhill Community Partnership AGM was misleading.

(4021)A woman (The Sun)
A woman complained that an article on a high-profile court case had identified her as a patient receiving psychiatric treatment at Royal Edinburgh Hospital.
(4022)Mrs A R Rozenbergs (Sunday Mirror)
Mrs A R Rozenbergs of Barnstaple complained that the headline to a court report was inaccurate and misleading.
(4023)The Very Reverend John Davies (The Mail on Sunday)
The Very Reverend John Davies, Dean of Brecon Cathedral, complained that an article reporting that Suzy Straw had performed a Sacred Dance at Brecon Cathedral had contained a number of inaccuracies.
(4024)The Very Reverend John Davies (The Independent)
The Very Reverend John Davies of Brecon Cathedral complained that an article had inaccurately claimed that Suzy Straws performance of a sacred dance in Brecon Cathedral had provoked controversy and led to the cathedral authorities being bombarded with complaints.
(4025)Ms Belinda Cunnison (Press & Journal (Aberdeen))

Ms Belinda Cunnison of Edinburgh complained that an article had reported the inaccurate comments of the British Heart Foundation, with reference to the risk for non-smokers working in smoky environments.

(4026)Mr Paschal Quigley (Zoo Weekly)

Mr Paschal Quigley of Isleworth complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Just like dad', published in Zoo magazine in its 12-18 May edition, contained a photograph of his daughter which was published without consent in breach of Clause 6 (Children) of the Code.

(4027)Mrs Ahmed (Herald & Post)
Mrs Ahmed of Luton complained that an article reporting on the ordeal suffered by her husband was misleading and contained inaccuracies. She was particularly concerned over the headline, which in her view was inappropriate and had ridiculed her husbands ordeal.
(4028)Ms Boo Byrd (Camden New Journal)
Ms Boo Byrd, sister of Robert Byrd, complained that an article reporting on the inquest into Mr Byrds death had contained a number of inaccuracies, both in the strapline and the text of the article. Moreover, the article had intruded into the grief and the privacy of the family at a very difficult time.
(4029)Mrs Carol Dickinson (Herald Express (Torquay))

Mrs Carol Dickinson of Devon complained that the newspaper had published a photograph without her consent of her grieving at the scene of the accident where her sister had been killed in an incident with a train.

(4030)Mrs Madeleine Crow (Dartford Times)
Mrs Madeleine Crow of Dartford complained that an article about the marathon, which was illustrated with a photograph of her running, had inaccurately attributed comments to her regarding Jade Goody running the marathon.
(4031)Mr Benjamin Mack (Yorkshire Evening Post)

Mr Benjamin Mack complained that an article which reported on the autobiography of actress Claire King had described a situation she had faced involving a blackmailer who was allegedly ordered by the police to keep away from her.

(4032)Mrs Rita Restorick (The Mail on Sunday)
Mrs Rita Restorick of Nottingham complained about an article which contained a reference to the murder of her son, Lance Bombardier Stephen Restorick in Northern Ireland in 1997.
(4033)Mrs Christine Ryder (Love It!)
Mrs Christine Ryder of Kent complained that points in a real life story which described how she had hired a hit man to kill her required further clarification.
(4034)Mr Steven Patrick Morrissey (The Mail on Sunday)
Mr Steven Patrick Morrissey, the singer, complained through Eversheds solicitors that the newspaper had inaccurately stated that 'Morrissey has come out as gay'.
(4035)Mr David Murray (Press & Journal (Aberdeen))

Mr David Murray, the Chairman of Glasgow Rangers football club, complained through Levy & McRae solicitors that the newspaper had published a photograph of his home accompanied by sufficient detail to identify its precise location.

(4036)Mr David Murray (The Scotsman)
Mr David Murray, the Chairman of Glasgow Rangers football club, complained through Levy & McRae solicitors that the newspaper had published a photograph of his home accompanied by sufficient detail to identify its precise location.
(4037)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained that an article in the newspaper about Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) had demonised the drug Ritalin which was used to treat the condition.

(4038)Mrs Janie Jenkins (Chat)
Mrs Janie Jenkins a close friend of Anita Ings family complained on their behalf that the story Steve Ings told the magazine about the murder of Anita, and their son Gavin, was an inaccurate representation of the true circumstances.
(4039)Mr Mark Emmerson (Leigh Times)
Mr Mark Emmerson of Leigh-on-Sea complained that a letter he had sent to his local councillor had been published by the newspaper as a readers letter to the editor without his consent.
(4040)Mrs Andreana Adamson (Daily Record)
Mrs Andreana Adamson, the Chief Executive of The State Hospitals Board for Scotland, complained that the newspaper had referred to the mental illness of a patient in an insensitive and pejorative way, especially in the use of the terms 'psycho' and 'crazed'.
(4041)Mr Mark Melton (South Wales Evening Post)
Mr Mark Melton complained on behalf of Ms Charlotte Church that an article was inaccurate in implying that the singer had refused to be drawn on rumours that she was pregnant.
(4042)Stephen Hunter (Sunday World)
Stephen Hunter of the Ardoyne Working Mens Football Club complained that an article was inaccurate in suggesting that two named individuals (Sean Kelly and Eddie Copeland) had attended a football match involving the club, which had been played on the Shankhill Road.
(4043)Mr Roy Minson (Lancashire Telegraph)

Mr Roy Minson of Cornwall complained at the request of his daughter Ann Titley, that an article had reported the polices inaccurate claim that her husband, Mark Titley, was paranoid and a regular self harmer.

(4044)The McCartney family (Daily Mail)
The McCartney family complained, through Sheridans solicitors, that publication of photographs taken of Beatrice McCartney and her parents in a hotel swimming pool were intrusive and a breach of privacy, especially given that Beatrices face was clearly visible.
(4045)Ms Nuala O'Brien (Sunday Mirror)
Ms Nuala O'Brien of the West London Mental Health NHS Trust complained that an article was inaccurate in that it claimed that Peter Sutcliffe had been 'lined up' for a move from Broadmoor Hospital to a medium-secure unit, following a meeting with his clinical team.
(4046)Mr Leslie Raphael (The Times)
Mr Leslie Raphael of Kilmarnock complained that a panel comparing Zimbabwe with Rhodesia on the 26th anniversary of independence inaccurately stated that Rhodesia had been governed by white minority rule under Prime Minister Smith in 1980.
(4047)Lord Carlile of Berriew QC (Daily Mail)
Lord Carlile of Berriew Q.C. complained that a diary piece about him and his family was intrusive, especially in its references to previous events in his daughters lives.
(4048)A woman (Stockport Express)

A woman complained that an article reporting on the legal action she had launched against her husbands former employers had contained her full address.

(4049)A woman (The Press (York))

A woman complained that the newspaper had intruded into her privacy in its publication of her name in an article reporting that the sentence of her former neighbour convicted of threatening to kill her had been reduced. She was also concerned over the reference to her son.

(4050)Mrs Kathleen Bradbury (Daily Mail)
Mrs Kathleen Bradbury of Burntwood complained that an article had inaccurately contended that one in five residents in care homes was seriously underfed.
(4051)Mr Gavin Bagnall (Burton Mail)
Mr Gavin Bagnall of Bagnall Coaches complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Hold-ups after coach crash' published in the Burton Mail on 26 January was inaccurate in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy).
(4052)Mrs Cherie Blair (Daily Mail)
Mrs Cherie Blair complained, through Atkins solicitors, that an article had contained a quotation inaccurately suggesting that she had offered to help smooth the way for the closure of the roads around Whitehall to enable the filming of V for Vendetta, on which her son Euan was working .
(4053)Ms Corrina Slow (The Sun)
Ms Corrina Slow, of Brighton, complained that the headline lesbo tot sacking regarding an article that described her claim that she had been dismissed from a gay-friendly estate agents for being pregnant constituted a pejorative reference to her sexuality, and unnecessarily linked the terms lesbo and tot.
(4054)Boris Berezovsky (The Guardian)
Boris Berezovsky complained, through Carter-Ruck solicitors, that the newspaper had failed to report the outcome of a defamation action to which it had been a party.
(4055)Lisa-Marie (Exeter Express & Echo)

Ms Lisa-Marie of Devon complained that an article reporting on a dispute over the production of a video commissioned by her manager Graham Stone from the Cheeky Girls mother Margit Imiria contained a number of inaccuracies.

(4056)British Plastics Federation (Evening Standard)
Philip Law, Public and Industrial Affairs Director of the British Plastics Federation, complained that an article was inaccurate when it claimed that 'eight tonnes of crude oil are used to make one tonne of PVC'.
(4057)Tupele Dorgu (Sunday Sport)
Tupele Dorgu, an actress in Coronation Street, complained that the newspaper had published an intrusive story on the subject of her previous relationship.
(4058)Dado Prso (Daily Ireland)
The footballer Dado Prso of Rangers Football Club complained through Levy & McRae Solicitors in Glasgow that an article was inaccurate when it alleged that he was captured on video singing a sectarian song on the Rangers team bus.
(4059)A woman (Love It!)
A woman complained that the magazine had interviewed and photographed her daughter on a matter involving her welfare without parental consent in breach of Clause 6 (Children) of the Code.
(4060)Mr and Mrs Gammons (Daily Star Sunday)
Mr and Mrs Gammons of Lincolnshire complained that an article reporting that Mr Gammons had developed a shopping addiction after receiving a kidney from his wife was, for the most part, made up having been cobbled together from two articles in the local press.
(4061)Mr Gordon Strachan (Daily Mail)
Mr Gordon Strachan, Manager of Celtic Football Club, complained through Harper Macleod Solicitors of Glasgow that an article on his relationship with referees in Scotland contained inaccuracies.
(4062)Mrs Helen Hopper (The Northern Echo)
Mrs Helen Hopper complained that an article reporting that her husband a driving instructor had been acquitted of a sexual assault charge against one of his students was misleading.
(4063)Mr and Mrs Lowe (Leicester Mercury)
Mr and Mrs S M Lowe of Leicestershire complained that an article reporting that their son, Daniel, had been detained under a Mental Health Act hospital order inaccurately reported the details of his court hearing.
(4064)Mrs Helen Backus (Stroud News and Journal)
Mrs Helen Backus of Gloucestershire complained that after she had negotiated with the newspaper for amendments to be made to a published article about her childhood, the original version remained accessible online.
(4065)Chris Denning (Walton and Weybridge Guardian)
Chris Denning, a prisoner at HMP Wandsworth, complained that an article had inaccurately suggested that he was sacked by the BBC for making an inappropriate joke.
(4066)Mr Bob Vant (Huddersfield Daily Examiner)
Mr Bob Vant of Holmfirth complained that Mr Phillip Davies claim in an article that a Somerset museum removed BC labels from exhibits for fear of causing offence was inaccurate.
(4067)Mr Jason Johnson (Bexley Times)
Mr Jason Johnson, a postman for Royal Mail, complained through the Communication Workers Union that an article which focused on his disability intruded into his privacy and discriminated against him in breach of the Code.
(4068)Mrs Mindy Gibbons-Klein (Guardian-series East London and West Essex)

Mrs Mindy Gibbons-Klein of London complained that a review of The Snowman had inaccurately contended that her son Bradley had played The Boy in the performance attended by the reviewer.

(4069)Mr & Mrs P Wesley (Worksop Guardian)
Mr & Mrs P Wesley, Licensees of the Kilton Inn in Worksop, complained that an article was inaccurate when it stated that a man suffered stab wounds during an incident at the establishment.
(4070)Royal Mail (Barking & Dagenham Post)
Royal Mail complained through Schillings Solicitors that a readers letter which alleged that a number of letters had been dumped by the local postman in Barking was inaccurate and misleading.
(4071)Mr Michael Kimmens (Practical Caravan)
Mr Michael Kimmens of Essex complained that the magazine published his home address and telephone number claiming inaccurately that it was a caravan breakers yard.
(4072)Andrew Lovett (Daily Mail)
Andrew Lovett, Head of Tiverton High School, complained that an article which reported the details of a newsletter he had sent to pupils about their reaction to the snow was inaccurate.
(4073)Ben Redfern-Edwards (Daily Mail)
Ben Redfern-Edwards of HMP Frankland complained that an article which reported his conviction and background contained inaccuracies.
(4074)The Duchess of York (The Sun)
The Duchess of York complained, through her Press Secretary Kate Waddington of Sputnik Communications, that an article on the subject of Princess Eugenies 16th birthday party was exaggerated and inaccurate.
(4075)Ben Redfern-Edwards (The Sun)
Ben Redfern-Edwards of HMP Frankland complained that two articles which reported the circumstances of his conviction contained inaccuracies.
(4076)Mr Andrew Riccio (Bristol Evening Post)
Mr Andrew Riccio complained that an article reporting that a man was being taken to court over his refusal to pay a bill for roofing repairs was misleading in its failure to mention that a reduced offer had been made to the man by the complainant's company.
(4077)Mr P Ashley (Hastings & St Leonards Observer)
Mr P Ashley of Hastings complained that an article had inaccurately contended that his court case had been adjourned to determine the ownership of a fence he had been accused of damaging. It had also misrepresented his age.
(4078)Mr David Murray (Scottish Sun)
Mr David Murray, the Chairman of Glasgow Rangers Football Club, complained that an article contained derogatory comments about him, which apparently had been given in an interview by the clubs goalkeeper, but which in fact were invented.
(4079)Mr Ian Perkin (The Sun)
Mr Ian Perkin of Surrey complained that an article about his case for unfair dismissal against his employer was inaccurate.
(4080)Mrs Evelyn Isaac (South Wales Evening Post)
Mrs Evelyn Isaac complained that an article which reported her previous conviction for animal cruelty, following an incident with her dogs whilst driving in her car, contained a number of inaccuracies.
(4081)Mrs Deborah Burnside (North Devon Journal)
Mrs Deborah Burnside of Ilfacombe complained that a readers letter had contained a number of inaccuracies with reference to an incident that took place on a dog walk.
(4082)Mr Nipul Desai (News Shopper (Bromley))

Mr Nipul Desai, a licensee of Flux nightclub, complained that an article had inaccurately claimed that he and his partners Anne-Marie Randall, Iain Buchan and Wendy Prowse had been prosecuted for illegally promoting events.

(4083)Mr Peter Ellis (The Sunday Times)
Mr Peter Ellis complained through Mishcon de Reya Solicitors that an article was inaccurate when it stated that Mr Mayank Patel founded the company Currencies Direct with a friend.
(4084)Mr Riaz Akhtar (The Mail on Sunday)
Mr Riaz Akhtar of Manchester complained that an article had made a number of inaccurate and misleading claims with reference to Sheikh Abu Yusuf and his followers.
(4085)Councillor Richard Vassie (Scottish Daily Express)
Councillor Richard Vassie of Paisley complained that an article which reported that he was suspended by the Standards Commission for his behaviour during a reception at Paisley Town Hall inaccurately claimed that he was drunk at the time.
(4086)Ms Fiona Townsley (Daily Mail)
Ms Fiona Townsley, Chairperson of the Double Dykes Tenants Association on the Double Dykes Gypsy site in Perth, disputed the claim in an article that none of the Travellers who agreed to be interviewed by the journalist paid council tax.
(4087)Mrs G M Hemming (Kent Messenger)
Mrs G. M. Hemming of Borough Green in Kent complained that an article inaccurately described Roman Court, the block of retirement flats in which she was resident, as an elderly peoples home.
(4088)Mr Mark Kisby (Loaded)
Mr Mark Kisby of Cambridgeshire complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'At home with Michael Carroll', published in Loaded in February 2006 was inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and contained a photograph of him which intruded into his private life in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Code.
(4089)Ms Laura Moffatt MP (Chat)
Ms Laura Moffatt MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 16 (Payment to criminals) of the Code that a convicted criminal may have been paid by Chat magazine for an article published on 23 March 2006 headlined 'Why I slept with my own son'.
(4090)Mr Marc Cranfield-Adams (Richmond and Twickenham Times)
Mr Marc Cranfield-Adams of Richmond upon Thames complained that another readers letter was inaccurate when it made the following statements in specific reference to him: that his ethics were questionable; that they used to be friends; that he supported the authors charities; and that he was angry and embittered.
(4091)Mrs Patricia Bernal (Grazia)
Mrs Patricia Bernal complained that an article which contained her account of Mothers Day, six months after her daughters murder, contained inaccuracies.
(4092)Mrs Sue Noble (News of the World)
Mrs Sue Noble of Alfreton complained that she had been harassed by the newspaper on a personal matter.
(4093)Mr Benjamin Mack (Closer)
Mr Benjamin Mack complained that an article which reported actress Claire Kings account of the end of her marriage contained her inaccurate allegation that she had out a harassment order against him.
(4094)Mrs Noreen Logan (Huddersfield Daily Examiner)
Mrs Noreen Logan of the Huddersfield & District Pensioners Organisation complained that the claim in the headline that she had voted yes to health plans at the Huddersfield Public and Patient Involvement Forum was inaccurate, given that no vote on the matter had been taken.
(4095)Mr R J Thomas (Tenbury Wells Advertiser)
Mr R J Thomas, Chairman of the Tenbury Tennis Club, complained that the newspaper had not clarified that Tenbury Town Council had withdrawn its claim that Tenbury Tennis Club was a bad debtor.
(4096)Captain Anna Cliff (The Mail on Sunday)
Captain Anna Cliff complained that an article written in the first person on her behalf contained a number of inaccuracies, exaggerations and embellishments with reference to the time that she had spent serving in Iraq.
(4097)Ian Brady (The Daily Telegraph)
Ian Brady of Ashworth Hospital complained that the newspaper had inaccurately attributed quotations to him which stated that people breed the way one man tells them to breed.
(4098)Ian Brady (Daily Mirror)
Ian Brady of Ashworth Hospital complained that the newspaper had inaccurately attributed quotations to him which stated that people were maggots and worthless fish bait, that rape is not a crime, its a state of mind, murder is a hobby and a supreme pleasure, and you live for one thing, supreme pleasure.
(4099)Ian Brady (Daily Mail)
Ian Brady of Ashworth Hospital complained that the newspaper had inaccurately attributed quotations to him which stated that perversion is the way a man thinks, the way he feels, the way he lives.
(4100)A couple (News Shopper (Bromley))

A couple complained that a court report covering their sixteen year old sons hearing for planning and carrying out an attack on his family contained inaccuracies.

(4101)A couple (South London Press)
A couple complained that a court report covering their sixteen year old sons hearing for planning and carrying out an attack on his family contained inaccuracies.
(4102)Mr Mark Collier (Birmingham Mail)
Mr Mark Collier of Birmingham complained that an article had inaccurately alleged that a man, who crashed his car in the same location where the complainants brother and two friends had died in a road accident, was the father of one of the deceased.
(4103)Accessible Transport West Somerset (The Crier)
Mrs Barbara Middleton, Interim Manager for Accessible Transport West Somerset (a community transport scheme) complained that an article reporting the resignation of one of its co-ordinators contained inaccuracies.
(4104)A couple (South London Mercury)
A couple complained that a court report covering their sixteen year old sons hearing for planning and carrying out an attack on his family contained inaccuracies.
(4105)Dr Richard Yuill (Scottish Daily Mail)
Dr Richard Yuill of Glasgow complained that an article inaccurately associated him with paedophilia and sexual offences. He emphasised that he had never been convicted, or dismissed from a teaching job, for any sexual offence.
(4106)Ms Gill Green (The Sunday Times)
Ms Gill Green, a resident of the development at Jumeirah Islands in Dubai, complained that an article inaccurately reported after reading the contents of an email she had sent to the contractor that she had claimed third rate materials had been used to build the luxury villas.
(4107)Mr Jamie Potton (The Saint)
Mr Jamie Potton of St Andrews complained that an article suggested he had stolen a bottle of whiskey; that a debate had been stopped so that the bottle could be retrieved and; that his behaviour more generally was inappropriate.
(4108)Mr Vincent Tomlinson (Liverpool Daily Post)

Mr Vincent Tomlinson, Chairman of the Merseyside Black Police Association, complained that the question he had been asked 'Is Liverpool uniquely racist?' had been replaced in the article by the question 'Should we be ashamed of our attitude to race?'.

(4109)A woman (The People)

A woman of Cambridge complained that an article, which claimed she was earning money by working as a receptionist for a prostitute while at the same time claiming incapacity benefit, was inaccurate.

(4110)A woman (Bolton Evening News)
A woman complained that the newspapers reporting of a house fire had been misleading. Specifically, she contended that the photograph used had clearly displayed her house number, and that this would misleading imply to readers that the DIY blunder which caused the fire had taken place at her home.
(4111)Mr David Fagan (Bucks Free Press)
Mr David Fagan of High Wycombe complained that two articles which linked passive smoking to lung cancer were inaccurate and misleading.
(4112)Mark Charnock and Charley Webb (Daily Star)
Mark Charnock and Charley Webb, both actors in the television programme Emmerdale, complained that the newspaper had stated that Mr Charnock had the hots for Ms Webb and that they had been seen snuggling.
(4113)Mr Tom Reid (Kilmarnock Standard)
Mr Tom Reid of Kilmarnock complained that a court report was inaccurate when it stated that had admitted to a breach of the peace offence. In fact, he had pleaded not guilty, which was accepted by Kilmarnock Sheriff Court.
(4114)A woman (Hackney Gazette)
A woman complained that an article had inaccurately represented the trial of her son. Specifically, she contended that a knife had not been produced as soon as the defendant saw the victim.
(4115)Mr John Leather (The Sun)
Mr John Leather complained through Guile Nicholas solicitors that an article reporting that he was allowed to leave Broadmoor to go to his fathers funeral was inaccurate when it suggested that he may have targeted hundreds of kids and stalked many others; that the trip cost 1000; and that he was snubbed by his family.
(4116)Mr Barry Taylor (Daily Mail)
Mr Barry Taylor, Communications and Marketing Director for Bristol University, complained that an article was incorrect when it suggested that the University discriminated against independent school pupils when considering applicants for admission.
(4117)Mark Charnock and Charley Webb (News of the World)
Mark Charnock and Charley Webb, both actors in the television programme Emmerdale, complained that the newspaper had stated that they were an item.
(4118)Ms Lynne Kempton (Daily Mail)
Ms Lynne Kempton, of Kent, complained that the newspaper had inaccurately characterised teachers pensions as solely coming from the taxpayer. In fact, as the complainant made clear, teachers make a contribution to their own pensions.
(4119)Dr Michael Condon (Shropshire Star)
Dr Michael Condon of Telford complained that a court report was inaccurate when it stated that he had 'stolen' drugs for his own use.
(4120)Mrs M Leverton (Jewish Telegraph)
Mrs M Leverton of Leeds complained that an article about her daughter was inaccurate when it stated that she had given birth to a baby boy, rather than a baby girl.
(4121)Embassy of Columbia (The Guardian)
Senor Alfonso Lopez, the Colombian Ambassador, complained that the articles claim, that the father of Colombian President, Alfonso Uribe, was wanted by the US authorities on drug trafficking charges at the time of his death in 1983, was false.
(4122)Ms Bridget McConnell (Scottish Mail on Sunday)

Ms Bridget McConnell complained, through Levy & McRae solicitors, that an article on the subject of her visit to Melbourne, to boost Scotlands bid for the 2014 Commonwealth games, contained inaccuracies.

(4123)Mr Patrick Harrison (The Times)
Mr Patrick Harrison, the Press Secretary to TRH The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall, complained that the newspaper had illustrated an article on the teaching of ethics at Sandhurst with a photograph of a tortured prisoner at Abu Ghraib prison framed by photographs of Princes William and Harry in military attire.
(4124)Ms M Booker (Daily Express)
Ms M Booker complained through Nalders Solicitors that a comment piece on the subject of happiness contained a photograph of her with friends which was unrelated to the topic.
(4125)Mr Andrew Nickson (The Birmingham News)
Mr Andrew Nickson of Birmingham complained that the headline of a front page article Girls mutilated in city schools misleadingly suggested that girls were being mutilated in local schools.
(4126)Mr Sunil Abeywickreme (The Herald (Glasgow))
(4127)Ms Stephanie Cameron (Evening Star (Ipswich))

Ms Stephanie Cameron of Twickenham complained on behalf of her mother - who had been involved in a serious road accident - that a journalist had intruded into her privacy by attempting to contact her when she was in hospital.

(4128)Mr Philip North (The Sun)
Mr Philip North of Blackpool complained that an article had inaccurately stated that his son, Andrew North, had snatched two young girls as they walked home in Blackpool.
(4129)Mr Steven Paddock (Daily Mail)
(4130)Mr Christopher Bourne (Sunday Mercury)
Mr Christopher Bourne of West Bromwich complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined 'Dad cashes in on Xbox misery', published in the Sunday Mercury on 4 December 2005, was inaccurate and misleading in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy) and contained a photograph of him which was published without consent in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Code of Practice.
(4131)Crest Nicholson (Dursley Gazette)
Ms Liz Lewis of Martin Powell Communications complained on behalf of development company Crest Nicholson that an article on redevelopment in Dursley and its impact on a local Scout group was inaccurate and misleading.
(4132)Mr David Hartless (Daily Express)
Mr David Hartless complained about an article that reported the preparation for release of David McGreavy, a convicted murderer. In particular, the article reported that McGreavy was to live with the complainant and his wife when he was released, a claim which the complainant denied.
(4133)Ms Martine Petetin (The Times)
Ms Martine Petetin of London complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article published in The Times on 5 January 2006, headlined 'Mystery of leading lawyers suicide leap from hotel' was intrusive at a time of grief in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief and shock) of the Code.
(4134)Ms Marina Palomba (Evening Standard)
Ms Marina Palomba of London complained that an article published in the Evening Standard on 4 January 2006 headlined 'Woman in death plunge from hotel window' was intrusive at a time of grief in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief and shock) of the Code. A further article headlined 'City lawyer booked fourth-floor room ready for death leap', published on 5 January 2006, repeated some of the information.
(4135)The former Sonia Sutcliffe (Daily Mirror)
The former Sonia Sutcliffe complained that articles were inaccurate in suggesting that her former husband, Peter Sutcliffe, had asked her to remarry him and that she had persuaded him to end a hunger strike.
(4136)Ms Marina Palomba (The Sun)
Ms Marina Palomba of London complained that an article published in The Sun on 4 January 2006 headlined 'Hotel death leap' was intrusive at a time of grief in breach of Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief and shock) of the Code. A further article the following day headlined 'Lawyer in death fall' repeated some of the information.
(4137)Mr David Hartless (The Birmingham Post)
Mr David Hartless complained about an article that reported the preparation for release of David McGreavy, a convicted murderer. In particular, the article reported that McGreavy was to live with the complainant and his wife when he was released, a claim which the complainant denied.
(4138)Mr Richard Norman (Rotherham Advertiser)
Mr Richard Norman of Rotherham complained, through Julia Gratton, that an article on the subject of his conviction for racially aggravated criminal damage contained inaccuracies.
(4139)Mr Richard Norman (The Star (Sheffield))
Mr Richard Norman of Rotherham complained through Julia Gratton, that an article on the subject of his convition for racially aggravated criminal damage contained inaccuracies.
(4140)Mr David Butler (Leigh Journal)
Mr David Butler of Leigh complained on behalf of his daughter's partner, Mr Paul Meah, that an article reporting that Mr Meah had been acquitted of three sex charges had misleadingly described the circumstances surrounding the third charge.
(4141)Mr John T Knowles (The Daily Telegraph)
Mr John T Knowles, a shareholder in the company Rank, complained that an article inaccurately reported the movement of the company's share price.
(4142)Mr Mark Cowan (Daily Record)
Mr Mark Cown of Glasgow complained on behalf of the family of Janette Law. The newspaper had reported that Ms Law (Mr Cowan's mother-in-law) suffered from dementia and had been in capable of loking after herself before she died. The complainant said neither of these things was true.
(4143)Cheshire Constabulary (Wessex Features and Photo Agency)
Ms Jacqui Hanson, Press Officer of Cheshire Constabulary, complained that a representative of the news agency had written to the parents of a murder victim - while the case against the three alleged murderers was active under the Contempt of Court Act - offering money for their story.
(4144)Manchester City Council (Salford Advertiser)
Ms Janine Watson complained on behalf of Manchester City Council that the newspaper had inaccurately claimed that the City Council was waging a campaign to prevent Salford Reds Rugby League Club from developing a new stadium.
(4145)ChauffeurWise (Daily Express)
Ms Victoria Davis, Director of ChaffeurWise Ltd in Stroud, complained that a photograph published in the newspaper suggested that one of their vehicles had been abandoned in the snow.
(4146)Mrs M Smith (Epping Forest Guardian)
Mrs M Smith, head teacher of Thomas Willingale School, complained that the article contained a number of inaccuracies with reference to the taking of photographs at the school play, and parents' reactions to the school's policy on this.
(4147)Mrs Sue Evans (The Mail on Sunday)

Mrs Sue Evans of South Glamorgan complained that she had been misquoted when she was reported to have made comments about the mother of singer Charlotte Church, who had visited her nursery.

(4148)Mrs Irene Stanley (The Sunday Telegraph)
Mrs Irene Stanley complained through Hickman & Rose solicitors that an article on the death of her husband Harry Stanley was inaccurate when it asserted that a relative of Mr Stanley had given a statement to Surrey Police claiming that he had 'wanted to die'.
(4149)The Rt Hon Jack Straw (Daily Mail)
The Rt Hon Jack Straw complained on behalf of his sister, Susan, that an article was inaccurate in suggesting that the latter was a 'pagan'.
(4150)Mr Paul Major (Scarborough Evening News)
Mr Paul Major of Scarborough complained that the headline of the article was inaccurate, as he and his partner had not assaulted his estranged wife.
(4151)Mr Rex Gooch (The Times)
Mr Rex Gooch of Letchworth Garden City complained that two articles contained inaccuracies with refe
(4152)Mrs Crickmore (The Sun)
Mrs Crickmore of Southwold complained on behalf of her son Mr Jamie Pewter that the article containe
(4153)The former Sonia Sutcliffe (The People)
The former Sonia Sutcliffe complained that two articles were inaccurate in suggesting that her ex-hu
(4154)Mr G D Ruxton (Bolton Evening News)
Mr G D Ruxton of Bolton complained that, following the tragic death of his wife in a car crash, he h
(4155)Mr John McInally on behalf of his sister Mrs Harrison (Press & Journal (Aberdeen))

Mr John McInally complained on behalf of his sister Mrs Harrison that the article had been inaccurat

(4156)Mr Peter Handy, the Executive Director of Kemple View Hospital (The People)
Mr Peter Handy, the Executive Director of Kemple View Hospital, complained that the newspaper had re
(4157)Mr Peter Clark (Berwick Advertiser)
Mr Peter Clark of Lowick complained that the article contained a number of inaccuracies with referen
(4158)Mr David Hartless (The Sun)
Mr David Hartless of Somerset complained about an article that reported the preparation for release
(4159)Ms Rachel Hughes (Pontypridd & LLantrisant Observer)

Ms Rachel Hughes of Llantrisant complained that the article inaccurately contended that a horse foun

(4160)A woman (Northumberland Gazette)
A woman complained that an article had inaccurately set out that her son had been taken to Alnwick p
(4161)Ms Ann Gloag through Levy & McRae solicitors (Scotland on Sunday)
Ms Ann Gloag complained, through Levy & McRae solicitors, that the newspaper had inaccurately implie
(4162)Mr Stuart London (Saffron Waldon Weekly News)
Mr Stuart London of Ickleton Riverside Barns complained that the articles had inaccurately claimed t
(4163)Mr Stuart London (Cambridge News)

Mr Stuart London of Ickleton Riverside Barns complained that the articles had inaccurately claimed t

(4164)Professor Sir Christopher Evans OBE through Bingham McCutchen solicitors (Daily Mail)
Professor Sir Christopher Evans OBE complained, through Bingham McCutchen solicitors, that a newspap
(4165)Mr T A Johnston, Secretary of the Scottish Junior Football Association (Barrhead News)
Mr T A Johnston, Secretary of the Scottish Junior Football Association, complained that a series of
(4166)Ms Adele Silva (The People)
Ms Adele Silva, the television actress, complained that the newspaper had inaccurately quoted her on
(4167)Mr C ORourke (Daily Mail)
Mr C ORourke of Liverpool complained that a reporter from the newspaper had given his 13-year old s
(4168)Steve Mayner, Head of Public Affairs for Wandsworth Council (The Daily Telegraph)
Steve Mayner, Head of Public Affairs for Wandsworth Council, complained that an article about a coup
(4169)Ms Tricia Penrose (The Sun)
Ms Tricia Penrose, the actress, complained that the newspaper had inaccurately referred to an incide
(4170)Mr Charles Edward Michael Crane (Norfolk Roots)
Mr Charles Edward Michael Crane of Cranworth Common complained that the article had inaccurately ref
(4171)Mr A R Hardwick (South East Farmer)
Mr A R Hardwick of Ashford complained that the article which reported Mr Quinns decision to leave
(4172)Mr David Gunn, Public Relations representative of Malvern College (The Independent on Sunday)
Mr David Gunn, Public Relations representative of Malvern College, complained that the newspaper had
(4173)Ms Yvonne Davies, Communications Manager for Central Manchester and Manchester Childrens University (The Sunday Times)
Ms Yvonne Davies, Communications Manager for Central Manchester and Manchester Childrens University
(4174)Mr Stephen Johnson (Jewish Telegraph)
Mr Stephen Johnson of Manchester complained that an article on an under-11 football match contained
(4175)Mr Paul Daniell of Inter High School (The Times)
Mr Paul Daniell of Inter High School complained that an article was inaccurate in stating that First
(4176)Mr Stuart Lord (Sunday Mirror)
Mr Stuart Lord of Devon complained that his address had been obtained through subterfuge. He said h
(4177)Mr Gavin Seagers of computer company PC Boffin (News Shopper (Gravesend))

Mr Gavin Seagers of computer company PC Boffin, Kent, complained that an article had inaccurately

(4178)Derek Watson, Chief Executive of The Dental Practitioners Association (The Sunday Times)
Derek Watson, Chief Executive of The Dental Practitioners Association, complained that an article h
(4179)Mrs Pauline Dunn on behalf of her niece, Mrs Wendy Barlow (Lancashire Telegraph)

Mrs Pauline Dunn complained on behalf of her niece, Mrs Wendy Barlow, that an article had misleading

(4180)Mr Gavin Seagers of computer company PC Boffin' (Daily Mirror)
Mr Gavin Seagers of computer company PC Boffin, Kent, complained that an article had inaccurately
(4181)Ms Ruth Buchanan (Scottish Sun)
Ms Ruth Buchanan of Edinburgh complained that an article describing the day release of a patient fro
(4182)Birmingham City Football Club, through Henri Brandman & Co. solicitors (Sunday Mercury)
Birmingham City Football Club complained, through Henri Brandman & Co. solicitors, that the newspape
(4183)The actor Mr Jimmi Harkishin (Daily Record)
The actor Mr Jimmi Harkishin complained that the newspaper had inaccurately claimed that he had got
(4184)The actor Mr Jimmi Harkishin (The Sun)
The actor Mr Jimmi Harkishin complained that the newspaper had inaccurately claimed that he had got
(4185)Mrs J Charles (Daily Mirror)
Mrs J Charles of Powys complained about an article which reported on the inquest into the death of h
(4186)Mrs J Charles (Sunday Mirror)
Mrs J Charles of Powys complained about an article which reported on the inquest into the death of h
(4187)Mrs J Charles (The Sun)
Mrs J Charles of Powys complained about an article which reported on the inquest into the death of h
(4188)Mrs J Charles (Western Mail)
Mrs J Charles of Powys complained about an article which reported on the inquest into the death of h
(4189)Ms Kate Moss, through Harbottle & Lewis solicitors (The Sun)
Ms Kate Moss complained through Harbottle & Lewis solicitors that an article had contained her full
(4190)A man (Sunday World)
A man from Belfast complained that the newspaper had intrusively referred to him as a recovering al
(4191)Ms Deborah Nicholson, through Gordons Solicitors (The Sun)
Ms Deborah Nicholson complained through Gordons Solicitors that an article about her ex-husband cont
(4192)Mr Keith Williams (The Sunday Times)
Mr Keith Williams of Warrington complained that a review of the Toshiba RDXS34 DVD recorder stated t
(4193)Mr David Fortune (Asian Image)
Mr David Fortune of Blackburn complained that a letter had been published in favour of a controversi
(4194)Mr David Fortune (Clitheroe Advertiser and Times)
Mr David Fortune of Blackburn complained that a letter had been published in favour of a controversi
(4195)Mr Richard Dewsbery (The Birmingham Post)
Mr Richard Dewsbery, a barrister in Birmingham, complained that an article had inaccurately represen
(4196)Mrs Sandra Young (Full House)
Mrs Sandra Young of Dartford, Kent complained that an article which reported that she had contracted
(4197)Mr Alec Webb (Falmouth Packet)

Mr Alec Webb of Cornwall complained that an article covering the sudden closure of the company for w

(4198)Ms Carole Caplin through Bates Wells & Braithwaite solicitors (Daily Mail)
Ms Carole Caplin complained, through Bates Wells & Braithwaite solicitors, that an article on the su
(4199)A man (Loughborough Echo)
A man complained that the newspaper had intrusively referred to him as a recovering alcoholic. The
(4200)Mrs S Grubb (Chat)
Mrs S Grubb of Bromborough in the Wirral complained that an article reported that her husband had ha
(4201)Ms Amy Hitchcock (News of the World)
Ms Amy Hitchcock of London complained that the newspaper had photographed her inside a pub, while ta
(4202)Mr Mark Windows (The Stage)
Mr Mark Windows of London complained that the wording of the article inaccurately implied that he ha
(4203)Ms Sharon Healy (Top Sante)
Ms Sharon Healy of Ormskirk complained that an article which reported how she had lost her lower leg
(4204)Dr Frankie Phillips, the National Public Relations Officer of the British Dietetic Association (The Mail on Sunday)
Dr Frankie Phillips, the National Public Relations Officer of the British Dietetic Association, comp
(4205)Ms L Parker (Daily Express)
Ms L Parker of Kent complained that she had been approached on her property by a reporter who identi
(4206)Mrs Charmaine Wainwright (Daily Mail)
Mrs Charmaine Wainwright of Sheffield complained that an article on the medicine Stattera which is
(4207)Ms Sandra Muir through The McKinstry Company Solicitors (Sunday Mail)
Ms Sandra Muir complained through The McKinstry Company Solicitors that an article which reported th
(4208)Mr & Mrs B Shaw (Halstead Gazette)
Mr & Mrs B Shaw of Halstead complained that a court report was inaccurate when it stated that Mr Sha
(4209)Mr P E Grice, Clerk/Chief Executive of The Scottish Parliament (Edinburgh Evening News)
Mr P E Grice, Clerk/Chief Executive of The Scottish Parliament, complained that a comment piece on t
(4210)Mr D R Campbell (The Guardian)
Mr D R Campbell of Newcastle Upon Tyne complained that the newspaper had published a photograph of h
(4211)David Beckham through Harbottle & Lewis solicitors (Daily Mirror)
David Beckham complained, through Harbottle & Lewis solicitors, that an article claiming that he had
(4212)Ms Suzanne Richardson (Sunderland Echo)
Ms Suzanne Richardson of Sunderland complained that an article reporting her appearance in court for
(4213)Mrs Elaine OConnor (Take a Break)
Mrs Elaine OConnor of County Durham complained that an article, written from the perspective of her
(4214)A man (Wigan Evening Post)
A man complained that an article which reported on the suicide of his partners son had included unn
(4215)Mr Andrew Nicholson on behalf of Welling United Football Club (Racing Post)
Mr Andrew Nicholson complained on behalf of Welling United Football Club that an article was inaccur
(4216)A man (The Sun)
A former Scottish footballer complained that the newspaper had identified him in connection with an
(4217)A man (Ayrshire Post)
A former Scottish footballer complained that the newspaper had identified him in connection with an
(4218)Mrs Samantha White (Horncastle News)
Mrs Samantha White of Horncastle complained that a series of articles on a proposed skate park in th
(4219)Mr R Capewell (Oldham Evening Chronicle)
Mr R Capewell of Failsworth complained that an article had inaccurately described an eight mile stre
(4220)Mr Steve Mayner of Wandsworth Council (Daily Mail)
Mr Steve Mayner of Wandsworth Council complained that an article about a couple and their severely d
(4221)Mr Richard Platt (The Sun)
Mr Richard Platt of Lamberhurst complained that the headline and first paragraph of the article were
(4222)Mr Christopher Trim (Bristol Evening Post)

Mr Christopher Trim of the company Blazered complained that an article had inaccurately claimed th

(4223)Mr Paul Eisen (The Times)
Mr Paul Eisen of London complained that an article had inaccurately attributed to him a quotation fr
(4224)Mr Robert Palethorpe (Liverpool Echo)
Mr Robert Palethorpe of Ramsgate complained about an article which described the reaction of a woman
(4225)Ms Emma McLean (Full House)
Ms Emma McLean of Blackpool complained that an article written from the perspective of her sister co
(4226)Mr B G Doughty (Daily Mirror)
Mr B G Doughty complained that an article about the funeral of his partners son was inaccurate. It
(4227)Mr David Fletcher (Shropshire Star)
Mr David Fletcher of Ludlow complained that an article reporting the inquest into his sons tragic d
(4228)Mr David Fletcher (Express & Star (Wolverhampton))

Mr David Fletcher of Ludlow complained that an article reporting the inquest into his sons tragic d

(4229)The footballer Kolo Toure through Arsenal Football Club (News of the World)
The footballer Kolo Toure complained through Arsenal Football Club that an interview which made refe
(4230)Mr Tom Wood, ex-Deputy Chief Constable of Lothian & Borders Police (Scottish Daily Express)
Mr Tom Wood, ex-Deputy Chief Constable of Lothian & Borders Police, complained that an article was i
(4231)Mr J Simpson, Director of Kessock Service Station (Press & Journal (Aberdeen))

Mr J Simpson, Director of Kessock Service Station, complained that an article was inaccurate when it

(4232)Mr Shiraz Mahmood (Metro)
Mr Shiraz Mahmood complained that an article and its headline was misleading when it stated that
(4233)Mr Antony Cotton (The People)
Mr Antony Cotton, the television actor, complained that the newspaper had inaccurately claimed that
(4234)The British Forces (Daily Record)
The British Forces based in Cyprus complained that a photograph which accompanied an article reporti
(4235)Mr Dave Morgan (Reveal)
Mr Dave Morgan, former partner of Eastenders star Jessie Wallace, complained that an article in the
(4236)Ms Emma McLean (The People)
Ms Emma McLean of Blackpool complained that an article in which her sister told her story contained
(4237)Ms Helen Jones (The Mail on Sunday)
Ms Helen Jones of Shrewsbury complained that the newspaper had erroneously published a picture of he
(4238)Mrs Alicia Monks (Lancaster Guardian)
Mrs Alicia Monks complained that an article contained a number of inaccuracies, including that Paul
(4239)Mrs Lilian Hawkins (Stratford Observer)
Mrs Lilian Hawkins of Stratford on Avon complained that the photograph of a body bag accompanying an
(4240)Mr Louis High, Head of Communications and Campaigns for Scope (The Mail on Sunday)
Mr Louis High, Head of Communications and Campaigns for Scope, complained that newspaper coverage of
(4241)Ms Kate Tamaki (TNT Magazine)
Ms Kate Tamaki complained that an article had inaccurately contended that a Heddon Street film night
(4242)Ms Melissa Hackney of Merseyside Police (News of the World)
Ms Melissa Hackney of Merseyside Police complained that an article reporting an attack on a mosque i
(4243)Ms Corrine Mitchell (Daily Record)
Ms Corrine Mitchell of Dalkeith complained that an article was inaccurate in its claim that she had
(4244)The University of Luton (Daily Mail)
The University of Luton complained that an article on the 7 July London bombings was inaccurate when
(4245)Mr Donald Keogh (The Guardian)
Mr Donald Keogh of London complained that the article was misleading and inaccurate in its contentio
(4246)Mr John Williams (Scottish Daily Express)
Mr John Williams of the Scottish Gliding Union complained that an article had inaccurately alleged that fighter jets had intercepted a glider breaching the no fly zone during the G8 summit.
(4247)Ms Samaira Sadique (The Mail on Sunday)
Ms Samaira Sadique, Managing Director of the Asian Debt Collectors Organisation (ADC), complained about the accuracy of an article suggesting that the company had links to a man called Mr Rashid.
(4248)A woman (The Mail on Sunday)
A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined Downfall of the sil
(4249)A man (The Voice)
A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article published in The Voice in the 24
(4250)A woman (Derby Telegraph)

A woman from Derby complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined Home aga

(4251)Mrs T A Armstrong (Scarborough Evening News)
Mrs T A Armstrong of Scarborough complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the Scarborough
(4252)Ms Helen Edmonds (The Mail on Sunday)
Ms Helen Edmonds of Devon complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined A
(4253)Mrs G M Woolley (Pick Me Up)
Mrs G M Woolley of Northumberland complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article head
(4254)A woman (Sutton & Epsom Advertiser)
A woman from Sutton complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a reporter from the Sutton &
(4255)Ms J K Rowling through Schillings solicitors (Daily Mirror)
Ms J K Rowling complained to the Press Complaints Commission, through Schillings solicitors, that an
(4256)Carole Caplin through Bates Wells and Braithwaite solicitors (News of the World)
Carole Caplin of London complained to the Press Complaints Commission, through Bates Wells and Brait
(4257)Mr George Millichamp (Brecon & Radnor Express)
Mr George Millichamp of Powys complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the Brecon & Radnor
(4258)Mr Samir El-Atar, Managing Director of Dar Al-Taqwa bookshop (Evening Standard)
Mr Samir El-Atar, Managing Director of Dar Al-Taqwa bookshop, complained to the Press Complaints Com
(4259)Ms Paula MacManus through PJMC Solicitors (The Sunday Times)
Ms Paula MacManus complained to the Press Complaints Commission through PJMC Solicitors that two art
(4260)The Rt. Hon. David Maclean MP (The Mail on Sunday)
The Rt. Hon. David Maclean MP, the Conservative Party Chief Whip, complained to the Press Complaints
(4261)Ken Livingstone, the Mayor of London (Evening Standard)
Ken Livingstone, the Mayor of London, complained that the newspaper had reported that African boys w
(4262)The guitarist Jeff Beck through Ralph Baker of Deuce Music Limited (The Sun)
The guitarist Jeff Beck complained, through Ralph Baker of Deuce Music Limited, that the newspaper h
(4263)Ms N Niebergall (News Shopper (Bromley))

Ms N Niebergall of Kent complained that the newspaper had published a photograph of her son with a r

(4264)A woman (Yorkshire Evening Post)

A woman from Leeds complained that the publication of a photograph of her taken with Mohammed Sidi

(4265)Charlton Athletic through Vertex Law LLP (Bexley Times)
Charlton Athletic complained, through Vertex Law LLP, that an article on the cancellation of a stree
(4266)A woman (Daily Express)
A woman from Leeds complained that the publication of a photograph of her taken with Mohammed Sidi
(4267)A woman (Daily Mirror)
A woman from Leeds complained that the publication of a photograph of her taken with Mohammed Sidi
(4268)A woman (The Times)
A woman from Leeds complained that the publication of a photograph of her taken with Mohammed Sidi
(4269)Mrs L Alderton (The Echo (Basildon))
Mrs L Alderton complained that an article covering a court case which she was launching identified h
(4270)A woman (Yorkshire Evening Post)
A woman from Leeds complained that the publication of a photograph of her taken with Mohammed Sidi
(4271)Mr John Powell, Acting Borough Commander of Bexley Police (Bexley Times)
Mr John Powell, Acting Borough Commander of Bexley Police, complained that a series of articles cove
(4272)Mr G Steve Knights (The Sun)
Mr G Steve Knights, of HMP Long Lartin, complained that the newspaper had inaccurately claimed that
(4273)Ms Catherine Hoey (Surrey Comet)
Ms Catherine Hoey of Surrey complained that an article on proposed 24-hour drinking laws included a
(4274)Mrs A M Harrison (The Echo (Basildon))
Mrs A M Harrison, proprietor of First Steps Day Nursery, complained that an article inaccurately con
(4275)Mrs Helen Johnson (Daily Mail)
Mrs Helen Johnson of Wokingham complained that changes made by the newspaper to a letter she had sub
(4276)David Adams, Director of the Health Food Manufacturers Association (The Times)
David Adams, Director of the Health Food Manufacturers Association, complained that the article had
(4277)Mr Keith Fisher (The Observer)
Mr Keith Fisher of Oxford complained that an article was inaccurate in its contention that the Law L
(4278)Ms Willow Nash through solicitors Leport & Co. (Daily Mirror)
Ms Willow Nash complained through solicitors Leport & Co. about an article which concerned Ronnie Ba
(4279)The Deputy Prime Minister, John Prescott MP (The Sun)
The Deputy Prime Minister, John Prescott MP, complained that an article was inaccurate in suggesting
(4280)Chris Boswell (Oxford Mail)
Chris Boswell of Oxford complained that the published version of a letter he had written to the news
(4281)Mr Nick Lowenstein (Hampstead & Highgate Express)
Mr Nick Lowenstein of London complained that an article intruded into his privacy when it published
(4282)Mr David Bodily, Director of Liberty Process Limited (Biggleswade Chronicle)
Mr David Bodily, Director of Liberty Process Limited, complained that an article reporting legal pro
(4283)Chris Boswell (Oxford Mail)
Chris Boswell of Oxford complained that the published version of a letter he had written to the news
(4284)Mr Nick Lowenstein (Hampstead & Highgate Express)
Mr Nick Lowenstein of London complained that an article intruded into his privacy when it published
(4285)Mr David Bodily, Director of Liberty Process Limited (Biggleswade Chronicle)
Mr David Bodily, Director of Liberty Process Limited, complained that an article reporting legal pro
(4286)Miss Sarah Kidd (Evening Standard)
Miss Sarah Kidd of London complained that an article, which appeared six months after the death of h
(4287)Shaun Woodward MP (Daily Mail)
Mr Shaun Woodward MP complained that the newspaper had published an article following his appointm
(4288)Lord Stevens of Kirkwhelpington (Sunday Express)
Lord Stevens of Kirkwhelpington complained that the newspaper had inaccurately claimed that he could
(4289)David Walliams through Schillings (News of the World)
The comedian David Walliams complained, through Schillings solicitors, that the newspaper had inaccu
(4290)The Rt Hon David Blunkett MP (The Sunday Telegraph)

The Rt Hon David Blunkett MP complained about an article which reported that a BBC crew had attempte

(4291)Mrs Lynne Petsa (ESP Magazine)
Mrs Lynne Petsa of Lincolnshire complained on behalf of her daughter who she said had been the subje
(4292)Dr M T Haslam (The Sunday Times)
Dr M T Haslam of York complained that articles and in particular the headlines had inaccurately
(4293)Mr Alec McRitchie of Bombardier Aerospace (Sunday World)
Mr Alec McRitchie of Bombardier Aerospace complained that an article was misleading when it suggeste
(4294)Ms Tracy Berry, Operations Manager of Sebright House (Leamington Spa Courier)
Ms Tracy Berry, Operations Manager of Sebright House, complained that an article had inaccurately co
(4295)Mr J Walker (Eastern Daily Press)
Mr J Walker of Great Yarmouth complained that an article which reported the death of his wifes son
(4296)Mr Edward G Hulse (The Birmingham Post)
Mr Edward G Hulse of HMP Dovegate complained that an article which reported his prison sentence cont
(4297)Ms Gillian Powell (Sunday Mercury)
Ms Gillian Powell of Birmingham complained, through Grahame Stowe Bateson Solicitors, that an articl
(4298)Mr David Mills (Daily Mail)
Mr David Mills of London complained that the newspaper had inaccurately accused him of breaching the
(4299)Councillors John Cullen and Bill Hinds (Salford Advertiser)
Councillors John Cullen and Bill Hinds complained that an article had inaccurately suggested that th
(4300)Dr Nicholas Fenwick of the Farmers Union of Wales (The Mail on Sunday)
Dr Nicholas Fenwick of the Farmers Union of Wales complained that a statement in a column written b
(4301)Dr Imran Waheed, Representative of Hizb ut-Tahrir Britain (The Sunday Times)
Dr Imran Waheed, Representative of Hizb ut-Tahrir Britain, complained that the newspaper had inaccur
(4302)Dr Imran Waheed, Representative of Hizb ut-Tahrir Britain (The Times)
Dr Imran Waheed, Representative of Hizb ut-Tahrir Britain, complained that an article was inaccurate
(4303)Ms Anne Atkins (The Independent)
Ms Anne Atkins of Oxford complained that she had responded to some questions from a journalist and t
(4304)Mr John Lindsay, Chief Executive of East Lothian Council (East Lothian Courier)
Mr John Lindsay, Chief Executive of East Lothian Council, complained that letters of dubious authent
(4305)Mr Roger Knight, MCCs secretary & Chief Executive (Daily Mail)
Mr Roger Knight, MCCs secretary & Chief Executive, complained that the newspaper had failed to apol
(4306)Mr Todd Morris (The Daily Telegraph)
Mr Todd Morris of London complained that a comment piece in the newspaper had contained an inaccurat
(4307)Ms Claire Henderson Davis on behalf of Ms Anita Rosada (The Daily Telegraph)
Ms Claire Henderson Davis complained on behalf of Ms Anita Rosada that the newspaper had inaccuratel
(4308)Marwan Mesmar (Staines Informer)
Marwan Mesmar complained through his solicitors Wright Son and Pepper that an article had inaccurate
(4309)Mr Merrick McDonald (The Sun)
Mr Merrick McDonald of Staffordshire complained that he had been approached on two occasions by a jo
(4310)Mr Carl Woolery (Sunday Mercury)
Mr Carl Woolery of Birmingham complained that an article about his company, Schools Support Service,
(4311)Clarence House, representing HRH Prince Harry (Sunday Express)
Clarence House, representing HRH Prince Harry, complained with the support of the Royal Military A
(4312)Ms Eileen Dempsey (Esquire)
Ms Eileen Dempsey of Glasgow complained that the magazine had suggested that her son David had died
(4313)Malcolm Dickson, the Deputy Chief Constable of Lothian and Borders Police on behalf of t (Sunday Mail)
Malcolm Dickson, the Deputy Chief Constable of Lothian and Borders Police, complained on behalf of t
(4314)The Earl of Bradford (The Mail on Sunday)
The Earl of Bradford complained that an article included comments he had provided off the record a
(4315)Mr Richard Baker (Daily Star)
Mr Richard Baker of HMP Wakefield complained that an article was inaccurate when it stated that he w
(4316)Mrs C Willson (Banbury Guardian)
Mrs C Willson of Banbury complained that an article on truancy had included photograph of her son at
(4317)Mr John Lake (Medway Messenger)
Mr John Lake of Gillingham complained that an article about a motor fair included a photograph of hi
(4318)Ms Eileen Dempsey (The Sun)
Ms Eileen Dempsey of Glasgow complained that an interview with Gordon Ramsay contained inaccuracies
(4319)Mr Phil Pratt (Crawley Observer)
Mr Phil Pratt of West Sussex complained that an inquest report was inaccurately headlined Depressed
(4320)Mr Iain Wilton, the Head of Communication and Corporate Affairs of the MCC (Daily Mail)
Mr Iain Wilton, the Head of Communication and Corporate Affairs of the MCC, complained that the news
(4321)Mr Joe Petersen-Camp (The Sun)
Mr Joe Petersen-Camp of London complained that several articles were inaccurate in their description
(4322)Mrs Pauline Booth (The Mail on Sunday)
Mrs Pauline Booth complained on behalf of her son, Wallace Booth, that an article which reported on
(4323)Mr Edward Fitzmaurice (The Sunday Times)
Mr Edward Fitzmaurice of Hampstead complained that the articles which reported on the renovation of
(4324)Mr Philip Burgess (The People)
Mr Philip Burgess complained that an article about his relationship with his ex-wife contained inacc
(4325)A woman (Fleetwood Weekly News)
A woman complained that the newspaper had published her letter with her name and partial address aft
(4326)Mr Michael Bourke (Daily Mirror)
Mr Michael Bourke of County Limerick complained that the newspaper had inaccurately suggested that h
(4327)Mr Paul Dixon (The Journal (Newcastle))
Mr Paul Dixon of Throckley complained that the newspaper had published a letter about civil service
(4328)Miss E Hazzard (The Observer)
Miss E Hazzard of Leighton Buzzard complained that an article, which reported on a debate about medi
(4329)Mrs Jane Payne (Express & Star (Wolverhampton))

Mrs Jane Payne of Stourport-on-Severn complained that an article on her application for retrospectiv

(4330)Ms Jacqui Hanson (Daily Mail)
Ms Jacqui Hanson, from the Corporate Communications department of Cheshire Constabulary, expressed c
(4331)The Rt Hon Sir Gerald Kaufman MP (The Daily Telegraph)
The Rt Hon Sir Gerald Kaufman MP raised concerns that the newspaper may have paid money to a convict
(4332)Mr I W Ray (Southern Daily Echo)
Mr I W Ray of Southampton complained that approaches by the newspaper accompanied by the taking of
(4333)A woman (Sunday Mail)
A woman complained that a journalist from the newspaper had contacted her about a private matter, in
(4334)A woman (News of the World)
A woman complained that she had been contacted by journalists including a news editor over the tel
(4335)Professor Steve Rose (Jewish Telegraph)
Professor Steven Rose of London complained that an article reporting a debate on the potential boyco
(4336)Mr Bartholomew Fisher through MacDermott & McGurk solicitors (Sunday World)
Mr Bartholomew Fisher complained to the Press Complaints Commission through MacDermott & McGurk soli
(4337)John Redwood MP (Daily Mirror)
John Redwood MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article published in the Daily
(4338)Mr Robert Hawkes (Essex Chronicle)
Mr Robert Hawkes of Witham complained to the Press Complaints Commission with the signed authorisati
(4339)Mr David Yallop (The Sunday Times)
Mr David Yallop complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Hextalls Solicitors that an ar
(4340)Mr R A Preece (Derby Telegraph)

Mr R A Preece of Chesterfield complained to the Press Complaints Commission, with the signed authori

(4341)HH Saudi Research & Marketing (UK) Limited and its associated company Satellite Graphics Limited (The Sunday Telegraph)
HH Saudi Research & Marketing (UK) Limited and its associated company Satellite Graphics Limited com
(4342)Mr Kevin Carson (Scottish News of the World)

Mr Kevin Carson, manager of Ladypark Farms in Dumfries, complained that an article contained inaccurate allegations about conditions at the farm.

(4343)Ms Yvonne Connolly (Pick Me Up)
Ms Yvonne Connolly of Wimbledon complained that an article reporting the details of her illness contained inaccuracies.
(4344)Mr Robin Williams (South Wales Echo)
Mr Robin Williams of Penarth complained that the newspaper had claimed that a reported sale price fo
(4345)Mrs O Duijverman (The Sunday Post)

Mrs O Duijverman complained that an article about her brothers court case contained inaccuracies.

(4346)Ms Cloe Height (Manchester Evening News)
Ms Cloe Height complained that an article describing a rash on her skin contained inaccuracies and t
(4347)Mr John Dalley (Pick Me Up)
Mr John Dalley of Phuket complained that an article about his wifes efforts to help the local commu
(4348)David and Victoria Beckham (Daily Mail)
David and Victoria Beckham complained, through Harbottle and Lewis solicitors, that an article had i
(4349)Dr Imran Waheed (The Independent)
Dr Imran Waheed, Representative of Hizb ut-Tahrir Britain, complained that an article on the General
(4350)Mr Graham Newall, Managing Director of G.X.2 Recruitment Limited (Sunday Express (Scotland))
Mr Graham Newall, Managing Director of G.X.2 Recruitment Limited, complained that an article about B
(4351)Pacific Continental Securities (UK) Ltd (The Mail on Sunday)
Pacific Continental Securities (UK) Ltd complained through S J Berwin solicitors that three articles
(4352)Mr Martin McGuinness MP (The Sunday Times)
Mr Martin McGuinness MP complained, through P. J. McGrory & Co. solicitors, that the newspaper had i
(4353)Ms Liz Rayment-Pickard (Kensington and Chelsea News)
Ms Liz Rayment-Pickard complained that an article had inaccurately contended that a man accused of m
(4354)Councillor Peter McDonald (Bromsgrove Standard)
Councillor Peter McDonald of Bromsgrove complained that a letter published in the newspaper falsely
(4355)Mr Peter Richards (Exeter Express & Echo)

Mr Peter Richards of Kent complained that an article had inaccurately portrayed his deceased father

(4356)Ms Gayle Hollywood (East Kilbride Mail)
Ms Gayle Hollywood of East Kilbride complained that the newspaper had reported an inaccurate allegat
(4357)Mrs Maxine Sharwood (The Sun)
Mrs Maxine Sharwood complained that an article in the newspaper inaccurately stated that she used th
(4358)Mrs Mary Thomas, Co-ordinator for TraVol (South Wales Echo)
Mrs Mary Thomas, Co-ordinator for TraVol a charity providing transport to the disabled in the comm
(4359)Miss Karen Jarvis (Bedfordshire on Sunday)
Miss Karen Jarvis of Bedford complained that an article which reported the death of her son from men
(4360)Ms Maureen Wells (Swindon Advertiser)
Ms Maureen Wells of Swindon complained that an article which reported that her sister and brother-in
(4361)Ms Rachel Yarrow (Daily Mirror)
Ms Rachel Yarrow complained that an article about her ex-partners arrest and suicide identified her
(4362)Dr Robbie Coull (The Sun)
Dr Robbie Coull of Inverness complained that the newspaper had inaccurately referred to the average
(4363)Ms Noelette Keane (Sunday Express)
Ms Noelette Keane, the London Development Officer for the Irish Traveller Movement in Britain, compl
(4364)Ms Kay Stembridge (Pick Me Up)
Mrs Kay Stembridge of Edinburgh complained that the magazine had published an inaccurate article on
(4365)Mr Edward G Hulse (Birmingham Mail)
Mr Edward G Hulse of HMP Dovegate complained that an article which reported his prison sentence cont
(4366)Mr Tim Perry, the Deputy Head of Abbeyfield School (The Sunday Telegraph)
Mr Tim Perry, the Deputy Head of Abbeyfield School, complained that a reporter from the newspaper ha
(4367)Ms Tara Collier (Chat)
Ms Tara Collier complained that she had been identified in a story about adultery.
(4368)Mr W M Vowles (The Bath Chronicle)
Mr W M Vowles of Bath complained that a clarification which was printed following the publication of
(4369)Ms Angharad Lynch, Communications Manager of Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council (Solihull News)
Ms Angharad Lynch, Communications Manager of Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council, complained that
(4370)Mr Colin Webster (Daily Mail)
Mr Colin Webster of Galashiels complained that the newspaper had inaccurately reported crowd trouble
(4371)Ms Sarah Dean Forrester, the Head of Press Office for the Greater Manchester Police (Daily Express)
Ms Sarah Dean Forrester, the Head of Press Office for the Greater Manchester Police, complained that
(4372)Miss J A Growcott (The Sun)
Miss J A Growcott of Worksop complained that an article had intruded into her privacy by publishing
(4373)Mr Stanley Grossman (Jewish Telegraph)
Mr Stanley Grossman of Glasgow complained that an article was inaccurate when it attributed quotatio
(4374)Dr Robbie Coull (The Independent)
Dr Robbie Coull of Inverness complained that a newspaper report inaccurately suggested that GPs were
(4375)Mrs Maureen Coupland (Pick Me Up)
Mrs Maureen Coupland of Lincoln complained that a series of articles in which she told the tragic st
(4376)Ms Rachel Whetstone (The Mail on Sunday)
Ms Rachel Whetstone, Political Secretary to the Leader of the Opposition, complained that the newspa
(4377)Cllr Michael Rye, Leader of Enfield Council (Enfield Gazette)
Cllr Michael Rye, Leader of Enfield Council, complained that a series of articles on the conversion
(4378)Mr Barry Greig (Sunday Mail)
Mr Barry Greig of Fife complained that the newspaper had published an article as if he had given an
(4379)Mrs Jayne Cann (Exeter Express & Echo)

Mrs Jayne Cann of Honiton complained that her children had been identified in a photograph that also

(4380)A woman (The Citizen (Gloucester))

A woman from Gloucester complained that the newspaper had harassed her husband and intruded into bot

(4381)Ms Gerry Cowper through the Simkins Partnership (News of the World)
Ms Gerry Cowper complained through the Simkins Partnership solicitors that an article made a number
(4382)Mr David T Johnson (Wigan Evening Post)

Mr David T Johnson of Wigan complained that an article re-reported the death of his son with unneces

(4383)Mr Robert Bottamley (Hull Daily Mail)
Mr Robert Bottamley of East Yorkshire complained that he had not been given the opportunity to respo
(4384)Ms Danielle Knox (Evening Chronicle (Newcastle Upon Tyne))
Ms Danielle Knox complained that the newspaper had ignored her explicit request not to publish a pho
(4385)Mr Lee Taylor (Barnsley Chronicle)
Mr Lee Taylor of Barnsley complained that the newspaper had reported the death of a member of his fa
(4386)Ms Tia Cordwell (Crediton Gazette)
Ms Tia Cordwell of Crediton complained that the newspaper had published an article about her entry i
(4387)Mr Kenneth Noye (Daily Mail)
Mr Kenneth Noye of HMP Full Sutton complained that an article was inaccurate when it stated that he
(4388)Mr Kenneth Noye (Evening Standard)
Mr Kenneth Noye of HMP Full Sutton complained that an article was inaccurate when it stated that he
(4389)Mr Richard Purdy (The Sunday Telegraph)
Mr Richard Purdy of Manchester complained that the newspaper had published a photograph, to illustra
(4390)Lord Puttnam of Queensgate CBE (Daily Mirror)
Lord Puttnam of Queensgate CBE complained that the newspaper had inaccurately suggested that in a sp
(4391)Mr Alan Berry (Sunday Express)
Mr Alan Berry of Surrey complained that an article on the subject of the Diana Circle, which was a p
(4392)Mr Kenneth Noye (The People)
Mr Kenneth Noye of HMP Full Sutton complained that the newspaper had inaccurately suggested that he
(4393)Ms Cheryl Salmon (Daily Mail)
Ms Cheryl Salmon of Reading complained that the newspaper had inaccurately claimed that she was preg
(4394)Mr William McRae Urquhart (Sunday Mail)
Mr William McRae Urquhart of Lancashire complained that an article on his wedding photography busine
(4395)Mr Leslie Raphael (The Times)
Mr Leslie Raphael of Kilmarnock complained that the newspaper had published an inaccurate graphic il
(4396)Ms Adreana Adamson, the Chief Executive of NHS Scotland (News of the World)
Ms Adreana Adamson, the Chief Executive of NHS Scotland, complained on behalf of the family of Raymo
(4397)Mrs Zoe Polanska-Palmer (Daily Record)
Mrs Zoe Polanska-Palmer of Broughty Ferry complained that an article had revealed the amount of comp
(4398)Mr Cliff Trivett and later Millwall Supporters Club (Daily Mirror)
Mr Cliff Trivett and later Millwall Supporters Club complained that an article was inaccurate wh
(4399)Mr Kenneth Noye (The People)
Mr Kenneth Noye of HMP Full Sutton complained that the newspaper had inaccurately suggested that he
(4400)Mr Andrew Bolton (The Daily Telegraph)
Mr Andrew Bolton of Nottingham complained that a tabulated financial summary contained inaccuracies
(4401)Mr George Mills (The Independent on Sunday)
Mr George Mills of Hampshire complained that an article which detailed the voyage of the Lord Nelson
(4402)Mrs A L Keen (Daily Mail)
Mrs A L Keen of Watford complained that an article comparing her to a character in the programme Des
(4403)Mr M M Nicolson, Chairman of The British Deer Society (The Sunday Times)
Mr M M Nicolson, Chairman of The British Deer Society, complained that an article on the use of heli
(4404)Stan Collymore, through David Price solicitors (Daily Star)
The former football player Stan Collymore complained, through David Price solicitors, that the newsp
(4405)Ms Vivienne Chauhan and Mr R. David Brooker (The Sun)
Ms Vivienne Chauhan and Mr R. David Brooker of Sussex complained that the newspaper had published an
(4406)Mrs O Duijverman (Daily Mail)
Mrs O Duijverman complained that an article about her brothers eviction from his home - after breac
(4407)Mr David Johnson, the Director of Communications for the Diocese of Liverpool (The Times)
Mr David Johnson, the Director of Communications for the Diocese of Liverpool, complained that the n
(4408)Mr S Woodhams (Radio Times)
Mr S Woodhams complained that a billing for a listed television programme inaccurately implied that
(4409)Mr S Clifton-Dover (Stratford-upon-Avon Herald)

Mr S Clifton-Dover, of Stratford, complained that an article inaccurately associated him and his wif

(4410)Mrs O Duijverman (Press & Journal (Aberdeen))

Mrs O Duijverman complained that an article about her brothers eviction from his home after breachi

(4411)The Right Honourable George Foulkes MP (Scottish Sun)
The Right Honourable George Foulkes MP complained that the newspaper had inaccurately reported that
(4412)Mrs O Duijverman (Daily Record)
Mrs O Duijverman complained that an article about her brothers eviction from his home after breachi
(4413)Mrs O Duijverman (Evening Express (Aberdeen))
Mrs O Duijverman complained that an article about her brothers eviction from his home after breachi
(4414)Mr & Mrs Eastman (News of the World)
Mr & Mrs Eastman of Weston-super-Mare complained that an article about Mrs Eastmans treatment for h
(4415)John Cryer MP (Daily Mail)
John Cryer MP complained that an article was likely to mislead readers into thinking that he was not
(4416)Mr Peter Conroy (Carmarthen Journal)
Mr Peter Conroy of Llandysul complained that an article was inaccurate when it stated that Llandysul
(4417)Mr Julian Morris, the Executive Director of the International Policy Network (The Observer)
Mr Julian Morris, the Executive Director of the International Policy Network, complained that an art
(4418)Mr Mark Beadle, the Chief Operating Officer of Chadwick Lodge Hospital (The People)
Mr Mark Beadle, the Chief Operating Officer of Chadwick Lodge Hospital, complained that an article r
(4419)Mr Alan Clements (The Mail on Sunday)
Mr Alan Clements of Glasgow complained that the newspaper had incorrectly stated that he led Scott
(4420)Mr Paul Brazier (The Mail on Sunday)
Mr Paul Brazier of Weston-Super-Mare complained that the newspaper had wrongly attributed a quotatio
(4421)Ms Helen Brearley (The Times)
Ms Helen Brearley of Telford complained that an article which reported the outcome of her employment
(4422)Ms Paige Mitchell (The Daily Telegraph)
Ms Paige Mitchell, the Co-ordinator of the Slower Speeds Initiative, complained that an article wh
(4423)Mr and Mrs Hepburn (Sunday Mail)
Mr and Mrs Hepburn of West Dunbartonshire were concerned that the newspaper may have paid the girlfr
(4424)Kirsty Wark (Daily Mail)
The television presenter Kirsty Wark complained about the accuracy of three separate articles. Rega
(4425)Ms Merlyn Brown (Ballymoney Chronicle)
Ms Merlyn Brown of Coleraine complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined
(4426)A woman (Kent Messenger)
A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article published in the Medway Kent M
(4427)Mr Jonathan King (News of the World)
Mr Jonathan King of London complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article published i
(4428)Mr Clive Soley (Evening Standard)
Mr Clive Soley of London complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article published in
(4429)The family of Alice Claypoole (Daily Mirror)
The family of Alice Claypoole complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Messrs Eversheds
(4430)A woman (Worksop Guardian)
A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that two articles headlined Privates paraded
(4431)A woman (Daily Mirror)
A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined Teacher in naked ph
(4432)Mr Mark Dickinson through MediaWise (The Sun)
Mr Mark Dickinson of Blackburn complained through MediaWise that the newspaper had used a photograph
(4433)Ms Lisa Gorrian (The Sun)
Ms Lisa Gorrian of East Lothian complained that an article was inaccurate in its report of the way s
(4434)Mr Tom Roberts (Closer)
Mr Tom Roberts of Bristol complained that a teenager who spent 12,000 on his fathers credit card m
(4435)Mr Paul Atkey (B Magazine)
Mr Paul Atkey of Brighton complained that the freelance journalist who had written the original stor
(4436)Ms Sarah Read, a Family Project Worker, complained on behalf of Ms Maria Wain (The News (Portsmouth))
Ms Sarah Read, a Family Project Worker, complained on behalf of Ms Maria Wain that the newspaper had
(4437)Mr Leonard Pearce (Scottish Daily Mirror)

Mr Leonard Pearce of Fife complained that he had been named in an article after he had explicitly as

(4438)Ms Helen Brearley (Daily Mail)
Ms Helen Brearley of Telford complained that an article which reported the outcome of her employment
(4439)Mr S Melville (Exeter Express & Echo)

Mr S Melville of Exeter complained that he had been identified in an article when he had specificall

(4440)Ms Christa Malkin, North East Education Officer of LIFE (The Guardian)
Ms Christa Malkin, North East Education Officer of LIFE, complained that an article on abortion whic
(4441)Mr Nicky Woodward (Front Page News Agency)

Mr Nicky Woodward complained that his and his familys privacy had been invaded and that he had be

(4442)Mr Leonard Pearce (Newsflash Agency)
Mr Leonard Pearce of Fife complained that the agency had published his name in an article after he h
(4443)Cllr William Roy Owen (Liverpool Daily Post (Welsh edition))

Cllr William Roy Owen, Mayor of Caernarfon, complained that an article reporting the comments of ano

(4444)Miss W Atherton (Wirral News)

Miss W Atherton complained that an article referred to her giving evidence in a manner that was inac

(4445)A number of people (The Sun)
A number of people complained that an article was inaccurate in its report of alleged racism among M
(4446)Mr Eddie Cairns (The Herald (Glasgow))
Mr Eddie Cairns of Glasgow complained that an article covering the various damages actions he had br
(4447)Ms Charlotte Church (Daily Star)
Ms Charlotte Church complained through her representative, Mark Melton, that an article was inaccura
(4448)Captain Crosby and the Regimental HQ Scots Guards (Daily Record)
Captain Crosby and the Regimental HQ Scots Guards complained through David Price solicitors that an
(4449)Mrs and Miss Bee (Daily Express)
Mrs and Miss Bee complained that an article reporting the fatal accident in which Mr Bee was involve
(4450)Ms Helen Brearley (Daily Express)
Ms Helen Brearley of Telford complained that an article which reported the outcome of her employment
(4451)Ms Helen Brearley (Metro)
Ms Helen Brearley of Telford complained that an article which reported the outcome of her employment
(4452)Mr Peter Webb (Sunderland Echo)
Mr Peter Webb of Sunderland complained that an article was inaccurate in its description of a man, w
(4453)Mr George Murray (Scottish Mail on Sunday)

Mr George Murray of Perthshire complained that an article describing irregularities at police conval

(4454)Mr Eric Richard (Bromley Express)
Mr Eric Richard complained, through Mr Robin McGibbon of Celebrity Features, that an article on the
(4455)Ms Helen Brearley (Daily Mirror)
Ms Helen Brearley of Telford complained that an article which reported the outcome of her employment
(4456)Mr Mark Brown (Daily Mirror)
Mr Mark Brown complained that an article was inaccurate when it stated that he continued to make thr
(4457)Ms Helen Brearley (Daily Sport)
Ms Helen Brearley of Telford complained that an article which reported the outcome of her employment
(4458)Mr Thomas Nolan (Scottish News of the World)

Mr Thomas Nolan complained through Gallen & Co solicitors that an article, which made allegations th

(4459)The Earl of Cardigan (Gazette & Herald)
The Earl of Cardigan complained that two articles in relation to plans to build a 70million hotel a
(4460)Mr B Trench (Exmouth Herald)
Mr B Trench complained that the manner in which the death of his grandson was reported was insensiti
(4461)Mrs Lynda Cooper (Sunday Mercury)
Mrs Lynda Cooper of Tipton complained that the newspaper had published an emailed letter from her, a
(4462)Mr Richard Wiggins (The Sunday Telegraph)
Mr Richard Wiggins of Essex complained that the newspaper had inaccurately used, in a caption relati
(4463)Mr Gavin Drake, Director of Communications for the Diocese of Lichfield (The Sunday Telegraph)
Mr Gavin Drake, Director of Communications for the Diocese of Lichfield, complained that a photograp
(4464)Mrs Peggy W Adams (The Independent)
Mrs Peggy W Adams of Sporle complained that an article was inaccurate in stating that the author Eli
(4465)Ms Christine McKenzie (Evening Times (Glasgow))
Ms Christine McKenzie complained that an article intruded into the privacy of her young child and wa
(4466)Ms Christine McKenzie (The Herald (Glasgow))
Ms Christine McKenzie complained that an article intruded into the privacy of her young child and wa
(4467)Mr Thomas Johnstone (The Extra)
Mr Thomas Johnstone complained that an article on a dispute between him and a former tenant containe
(4468)Ms Maretta Regan (Scottish Daily Mail)
Ms Maretta Regan, Director of Communications for NHS 24, complained that an article contained inaccu
(4469)Kirsty Wark (Daily Mail)
The television presenter Kirsty Wark complained that the newspaper had published a photograph of her
(4470)Mr Richard Baker (The Guardian)
Mr Richard Baker complained that an article was inaccurate when it stated that he was jailed for li
(4471)Mr Colin ONeill (Total MG)
Mr Colin ONeill complained that an article on his driving school invaded the privacy of him and his
(4472)Mr Patrick Morrisey (Weston & Worle News)
Mr Patrick Morrisey of Weston-super-Mare complained that a letter, which he had not written, was pub
(4473)Mr J Randell complained on behalf of Rhydyfelin Rugby Club (South Wales Echo)
Mr J Randell complained on behalf of Rhydyfelin Rugby Club that an article reported that members of
(4474)Miss S Chorley (Ormskirk & Skelmersdale Advertiser)

Miss S Chorley complained (on behalf Gloria Watson) that she was referred to unnecessarily in a repo

(4475)Ms S McNeil (More!)
Ms S McNeil complained that an article inaccurately reported the causes of her stroke.
(4476)Mr Kevin Medcraft (Daily Mail)
Mr Kevin Medcraft, of Bournemouth, complained that the newspaper had identified his fourteen-year-ol
(4477)Mr David H. and Mrs Susan M. Fundell (The Times)
Mr David H. and Mrs Susan M. Fundell complained that an article, which referred to their family bein
(4478)Mr Christopher Morgan (Daily Mail)
Mr Christopher Morgan of Whitley Bay complained that an article about his acquittal on charges of do
(4479)Mr Frank Hont, Regional Secretary of UNISON North West (Cumberland News & Star)
Mr Frank Hont, Regional Secretary of UNISON North West, complained that the newspaper had copies of
(4480)Ms Fiona Pinto (The Guardian)
Ms Fiona Pinto of Hertfordshire complained that an article was inaccurate and misleading when it sta
(4481)Mr D Thomas (Auto Express)
Mr D Thomas complained (on behalf of the Driving Instructors Democratic Union) that an article about
(4482)Mr M Sheppard (Stroud News and Journal)
Mr M Sheppard complained that an article inaccurately reported his age and wrongly stated that his t
(4483)Mrs C Black (Dorset Echo)
Mrs C Black complained that a picture of her with her son was published without her permission along
(4484)Mr J Evans (Southern Daily Echo)
Mr J Evans complained that comments in an article about a drivers fine for careless driving contain
(4485)Mr D Watson (Falkirk Herald)
Mr D Watson complained that the papers fact file listed Catherine Watson as the Elder of the Kirk o
(4486)Ms Angela Climie (Scottish Daily Mail)
Ms Angela Climie complained on behalf of North Lanarkshire Council that an article was inaccurate in
(4487)Mr Richard Baker (Daily Star)
Mr Richard Baker complained that an article was inaccurate when it stated that he had been imprisone
(4488)Miss S Chorely (representing Lynda Iddon) (Liverpool Echo)
Miss S Chorely (representing Lynda Iddon), complained that an article had unnecessarily focused on M
(4489)Ms Maretta Regan (Press & Journal (Aberdeen))

Ms Maretta Regan, Director of Communications for NHS 24, complained that an article contained inaccu

(4490)Mr Bruno Alves of Issues Management Group of the European Manufacturers of Expanded Polystyrene (Roofing Cladding & Insulation)
Mr Bruno Alves of Issues Management Group of the European Manufacturers of Expanded Polystyrene (EUM
(4491)The Rt. Hon Geoff Hoon MP (Daily Mirror)
Geoff Hoon MP, the Defence Secretary, complained that an article was inaccurate in reporting that he
(4492)A woman (Rugby Advertiser)
A woman from Rugby complained that an article, which reported details of a court trial, provided suf
(4493)Cllr M Greig (Aberdeen Citizen)
Cllr M Greig complained (on behalf of Aberdeen City Council), that reports about the City Councils
(4494)Ms Caroline Robinson (The Sun)
Ms Caroline Robinson complained that pictures of her young children had been published without her c
(4495)Miss G Edwards (Yorkshire Evening Post)
Miss G Edwards complained that an article about anti-social behaviour in her locality contained inac
(4496)Mr Duncan Anderson (Daily Mirror)
Mr Duncan Anderson of North Lincolnshire complained that a letter he had submitted for publication h
(4497)Mr Godfrey Bloom MEP (Daily Mail)
Mr Godfrey Bloom MEP complained through solicitors David Price Solicitors & Advocates that an articl
(4498)Ms Jean Candler, Senior Press Officer of the Refugee Council (Daily Mail)
Ms Jean Candler, Senior Press Officer of the Refugee Council, complained that an article on a centre
(4499)Michelle Lowe of Amnesty International (The Scotsman)
Michelle Lowe of Amnesty International complained that the newspaper had used the inaccurate term i
(4500)Mr Mark Dickinson (News of the World)
Mr Mark Dickinson of Blackburn complained through MediaWise that the newspaper had used a photograph
(4501)Mr Jason Garghan (Sunday Mercury)
Mr Jason Garghan complained through Irwin Mitchell Solicitors that he had not been provided with a s
(4502)Ms Jackie Wood (Daily Mirror)
Ms Jackie Wood complained, through a Family Liaison Officer from Hertfordshire Police, that an artic
(4503)A man (The Sun)

A man from Brighton expressed concerns that the newspaper had paid a convicted criminal for a story

(4504)Mr C Curtis, acting on behalf of the parents of two girls at the school of which he was Head Master (Surrey Mirror)
Mr C Curtis, acting on behalf of the parents of two girls at the school of which he was Head Master,
(4505)Mrs P Withers (Hertfordshire Mercury)
Mrs P Withers complained that an article contained details that identified her and an image of her p
(4506)Ms Jacqueline D Leith (Evening Express (Aberdeen))
Ms Jacqueline D Leith, Chairman of the Ferryhill Heritage Society, complained that an article on ugl
(4507)Ms Allegra Versace Beck (Now)

Ms Allegra Versace Beck complained, through Baker & McKenzie solicitors, that an article had intrude

(4508)Ms S Lawson (News Shopper (Lewisham & Greenwich))

Ms S Lawson of London complained to the Press Complaints Commission that two articles, published in

(4509)Sir Robert M Worcester KBE DL of MORI (The Sunday Telegraph)
Sir Robert M Worcester KBE DL of MORI complained to the Press Complaints Commission that two article
(4510)Mr Victor Shields (Sunday Mail)
Mr Victor Shields of Glasgow complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article published
(4511)Mr Mark Balls (Grimsby Telegraph)
Mr Mark Balls of Grimsby complained to the Press Complaints Commission that two articles published i
(4512)Mr Neil Armstrong Nash (News of the World)
Mr Neil Armstrong Nash, the owner of Liberty Hotel in Lutterworth, complained to the Press Complaint
(4513)A woman (Luton News)
A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission, through Arani & Co. solicitors, that an artic
(4514)The Rt Hon John Prescott MP (Sunday Express)
The Rt Hon John Prescott MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a series of articles
(4515)Mrs Louise Miliband (The Mail on Sunday)
Mrs Louise Miliband of Tyne and Wear complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article p
(4516)Ms S Lawson (South London Press)

Ms S Lawson of London complained to the Press Complaints Commission that two articles, published in

(4517)Mr Frank Lampard (News of the World)
Mr Frank Lampard complained to the Press Complaints Commission, through Russells solicitors, that an
(4518)Mrs Felicity Gardner (Press Association)
Mrs Felicity Gardner of Dorchester complained that an article which reported the death of her husban
(4519)Mrs Felicity Gardner (Dorset Echo)
Mrs Felicity Gardner of Dorchester complained that an article which reported the death of her husban
(4520)Mrs Felicity Gardner (The Scotsman)
Mrs Felicity Gardner of Dorchester complained that an article which reported the death of her husban
(4521)Ruud Van Nistelrooy and his wife Leontien, through Schillings solicitors (Daily Sport)
The footballer Ruud Van Nistelrooy and his wife Leontien complained, through Schillings solicitors,
(4522)Len Cook of the Office for National Statistics (The Sunday Times)
Len Cook of the Office for National Statistics complained that an article was inaccurate in suggesti
(4523)Ms Samantha Cohen, press secretary to the Duke of York (Daily Express)
Ms Samantha Cohen, press secretary to the Duke of York, complained that an article was inaccurate in
(4524)Cllr Alan Valentine (Lancashire Evening Post)
Cllr Alan Valentine complained that an article was inaccurate when it stated that he had not attende
(4525)Mr Sean Cosgrove of St Neots on behalf of Ms Emma Ratcliffe (Sunday Mirror)
Mr Sean Cosgrove of St Neots complained on behalf, and with the signed authorisation, of Ms Emma Rat
(4526)Mr Alan Green, Deputy Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police (Daily Star)
Mr Alan Green, Deputy Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police, complained that an article on a
(4527)Ms Dawn Brunton (Evening Standard)
Ms Dawn Brunton of London complained that an article comparing alleged similarities between an attac
(4528)Mr B Kaye (Mid-Devon Advertiser)
Mr B Kaye complained that a column discussing the formation of the state of Israel contained inaccur
(4529)Mrs Y Robertson (Sunday Mail)
Mrs Y Robertson complained (on behalf of her nephews parents), that a printed image of the full ide
(4530)Ms T Sumner (Reading Post)

Ms T Sumner complained (through the agency of solicitors), that a picture of the car wreckage in whi

(4531)Mr Ian Hastie, the secretary of Broad Oak Park Residents Association (Daily Mail)
Mr Ian Hastie, the secretary of Broad Oak Park Residents Association, complained that the newspaper
(4532)Dr Diane Hopper (Daily Mail)
Dr Diane Hopper of Leeds complained that an article had used the terms asylum seekers and illegal
(4533)The singer Charlotte Church through her manager Mark Melton (Daily Sport)
The singer Charlotte Church complained, through her manager Mark Melton, that photographs of her pub
(4534)A man (The Sun)
A man complained that the newspaper had intruded into his private life by publishing a photograph of
(4535)Ms Audrey Ames, on behalf of her partner Mr Keith Bramble (News of the World)
Ms Audrey Ames, on behalf of her partner Mr Keith Bramble, complained that an article was inaccurate
(4536)Ms V McWade (Evening Leader)
Ms V McWade complained that an article about her sons court case contained inaccuracies.
(4537)Mr Kenny Smith (The Scotsman)
Mr Kenny Smith, Scottish Secretary to the BNP, complained that the newspaper had inaccurately claime
(4538)Mr M Hopkins (Manchester Evening News)
Mr M Hopkins of Wigan complained that an inquest report into the death of his brother was misleading
(4539)Mr S Wilson (Tri-News)
Mr S Wilson complained that an article about the womens event in the Athens Olympic Triathlon event
(4540)Mr Howard Peel (Hull Daily Mail)
Mr Howard Peel of Hull complained that the newspaper had published a number of hoax letters purporti
(4541)Mrs L Taylor (Deadline Scotland)
Mrs L Taylor of Livingston complained that photographs had been taken of her in a manner which invad
(4542)Mr Saber Chowdhury (Press Association)
Mr Saber Chowdhury of Watford complained that a photograph of his wife and sister-in-law had been us
(4543)Mr Cyril Jones (Andersonstown News)
Mr Cyril Jones of Dunmurry complained that an article about the aftermath of an Apprentice Boys para
(4544)Gerald Jones (Daily Mail)
Gerald Jones of Wandsworth Council complained that an article about a couple and their two severely
(4545)Ms Sarah Keddy (Macclesfield Express)
Ms Sarah Keddy of Cheshire complained that an article had inaccurately reported that her former husb
(4546)Miss Michelle Frise (News of the World)
Miss Michelle Frise of Hartlepool complained through her solicitors Tilly Bailey & Irvine that a rep
(4547)Mr Ryan Thomas (The People)
Mr Ryan Thomas of Manchester complained that an article was incorrect in stating that he had cheated
(4548)Mr Graham Hesketh (Sunday Mirror)
Mr Graham Hesketh complained that an article about him and his partner contained inaccuracies and na
(4549)Ms Audrey Ames on behalf of her partner Keith Bramble (The Sun)
Ms Audrey Ames complained, on behalf of her partner Keith Bramble, that an article was inaccurate wh
(4550)A man (The People)

A man complained that an article had inaccurately alleged that he had engaged in

(4551)Mark Robson, the Treasurer of Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford (Evening Standard)
Mark Robson, the Treasurer of Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, complained that a diary piece had inaccura
(4552)Ms Suranne Jones (The People)
Ms Suranne Jones complained, through the Coronation Street press office, that an article had inaccur
(4553)Mr Stephen Moran (Daily Sport)
Mr Stephen Moran of Liverpool complained that an article which reported an interview with his daught
(4554)Mr and Mrs Smith (Littlehampton Gazette)
Mr and Mrs Smith complained that an article about their daughter (who was given an ASBO order earlie
(4555)Mrs P M West (Milton Keynes Citizen)
Mrs P M West of Milton Keynes complained that an article inaccurately suggested that she was prepare
(4556)Jerry W Vlasak MD (The Observer)
Jerry W Vlasak MD of California complained that an articles headline (Kill scientists, says animal
(4557)Mr Peter Jauhal, Chairman of the Falun Gong Association (The Sunday Times)
Mr Peter Jauhal, Chairman of the Falun Gong Association, complained that a book review on the subjec
(4558)Mr S Adamson, on behalf of Crown Agents (Worthing Herald)
Mr S Adamson, on behalf of Crown Agents, complained that a piece about a delegation of visiting Ukra
(4559)Mr Benjamin Counsell (The Guardian)
Mr Benjamin Counsell of London complained that an article which gave the number of settlers in the W
(4560)Ms Catherine Hossain, Operations Executive of the Muslim Public Affairs Committee UK (The Sunday Telegraph)
Ms Catherine Hossain, Operations Executive of the Muslim Public Affairs Committee UK, complained tha
(4561)Mr G Lappin (Greenock Telegraph)
Mr G Lappin, of Greenock, complained that a report of his court case contained inaccuracies.
(4562)Ms Nancy DellOlio through Ross & Craig solicitors (The Mail on Sunday)
Ms Nancy DellOlio complained, through Ross & Craig solicitors, that an article had inaccurately sug
(4563)The actress Lucy Benjamin through Henri Brandman & Co. (Daily Mirror)
The actress Lucy Benjamin complained, through Henri Brandman & Co. solicitors, that an article was i
(4564)Mrs Lesley Taylor (Scottish Daily Mirror)

Mrs Lesley Taylor of Livingston complained that an article was inaccurate and invaded her privacy th

(4565)Mr Kenny Smith (Sunday Herald)
Mr Kenny Smith, Scottish Secretary for the BNP, complained that an article had inaccurately suggeste
(4566)Mr Matthew Brown (The Sunday Telegraph)
Mr Matthew Brown of Loughton complained that a photograph of his daughter had been used in a manner
(4567)Sergeant Mark Warriner (Sunday Mirror)
Sergeant Mark Warriner complained that an article was inaccurate and invaded his privacy when it sta
(4568)Mr William Lunt (Wigan Evening Post)
Mr William Lunt of Wigan complained through solicitors Beesley and Company that an article featuring
(4569)Mrs E Young (Salisbury Journal)
Mrs E Young, of Fittleton in Wilshire, complained that a report on the inquest into her husbands de
(4570)Mr Nick Nenadich (Hereford Times)
Mr Nick Nenadich complained that an inquest report about his former partner contained inaccuracies a
(4571)Ms C Austin (Kentish Express)
Ms C Austin, of Ashford, complained that an article reporting that a German Shepherd had attacked a
(4572)Ms W Martin, Press Officer for the Royal Mail (Runcorn & Widnes Weekly News)

Ms W Martin, Press Officer for the Royal Mail, complained that an article had inaccurately reported

(4573)Maurice Slevin (Daily Mirror)
Maurice Slevin and Christoph Lees complained on behalf of Doctors for Reform that an article about t
(4574)Mr Shahid Malik (Evening Standard)
Mr Shahid Malik, Labour NEC Member of London, complained that a diary piece had suggested that he ma
(4575)Controlled Events Solutions Limited (Sunday Mirror)

Controlled Events Solutions Limited complained to the Press Complaints Commission through solicitors

(4576)Mrs Helen Dunbar (Sunday Mail)
Mrs Helen Dunbar of Quarriers Village, near Paisley, complained on behalf, and with the signed autho
(4577)Mr Andrew J Moore (The People)
Mr Andrew J Moore complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined Neighbwar
(4578)A woman (MK News)
A woman from Milton Keynes complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined
(4579)Mr Robert Cogswell (Evening Standard)
Mr Robert Cogswell of Surrey complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article published
(4580)Mr Stan Collymore (The Sun)
Mr Stan Collymore complained to the Press Complaints Commission through David Price Solicitors and A
(4581)Mr Nigel Harman (Star Magazine)
Mr Nigel Harman of London complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Sadie Feast Manageme
(4582)Ms Michelle Ryan (Star Magazine)
Ms Michelle Ryan of London complained to the Press Complaints Commission through A&J management that
(4583)Mr James Rae (Sunday Mail)
Mr James Rae of Ayr complained to the Press Complaints Commission through The McKinstry Company soli
(4584)Mr Tim Bonner, Head of Media for the Countryside Alliance (Western Daily Press)
EMBARGOED UNTIL 00.01 Thursday 25 November 2004Mr Tim Bonner, Head of Media for the Countryside Alli
(4585)Tony Baldry MP (The Daily Telegraph)
EMBARGOED UNTIL 00.01 Thursday 25 November 2004Mr Tony Baldry MP complained to the Press Complaints
(4586)Controlled Events Solutions Limited (The People)

Controlled Events Solutions Limited complained to the Press Complaints Commission through solicitors

(4587)Ms Kimberly Fortier through the Simkins Partnership (Sunday Mirror)
Ms Kimberly Fortier complained to the Press Complaints Commission, through the Simkins Partnership,
(4588)Mrs Anne Tunnicliffe (Daily Mirror)

Mrs Anne Tunnicliffe complained on behalf of her brother Dickie Chipperfield that an article, describing a video of his training practices with lions and tigers, was inaccurate.

(4589)Mr Christopher Parker, through his solicitors The Simkins Partnership (Sunday Sport)
Mr Christopher Parker, an actor in a television soap, complained through his solicitors The Simkins
(4590)A lawyer (Kidderminster Shuttle)
A lawyer from Worcester complained that an article on a Disciplinary Tribunal in which she was invol
(4591)Mrs D Cronogue (Evening Chronicle (Newcastle upon Tyne))
Mrs D Cronogue, of Newcastle Upon Tyne, complained that an article reporting that a body was found u
(4592)Ms Amanda Jones (East Grinstead Courier & Observer)

Ms Amanda Jones complained, on behalf of her family, that the newspaper report of the inquest into t

(4593)Mrs Helen Turner (Daily Mail)
Mrs Helen Turner of Kent complained that the newspaper had published an interview with her ex-husban
(4594)Ms Clare Turnball-Allen (East Grinstead Courier & Observer)

Ms Clare Turnball-Allen complained that the newspaper report of the inquest into the death of her br

(4595)Mr and Mrs Younger (Bury Times)
Mr and Mrs Younger, of Prestwich, complained that an article reporting a planning dispute over the e
(4596)Mr Bob Breen of ADDept (Daily Mirror)
Mr Bob Breen of ADDept, Yorkshire ADHD & Learning Ability Support Group, complained that an article
(4597)Thornfield Properties plc (The Times)
Thornfield Properties plc complained, through Media House Strategic Communications, that an article
(4598)Mr Mark Slattery, Head of Communications for the Voluntary Euthanasia Society (Sunday Express)
Mr Mark Slattery, Head of Communications for the Voluntary Euthanasia Society, complained that a quo
(4599)Mr E Doxford (Daily Mail)
Mr E Doxford of Harrogate complained that an article was inaccurate when it stated that a convicted
(4600)Mrs M E Mackenzie (Southern Reporter)
Mrs M. E. Mackenzie complained that an article about a local charity contained inaccuracies.
(4601)Mr Robert and Mrs Ewa Lucas-Gardiner (The Scotsman)
Mr Robert and Mrs Ewa Lucas-Gardiner, the Lord and Lady of the manor of Marr, complained that the ne
(4602)Mr Denver Watkins (Daily Mail)
Mr Denver Watkins of Surrey complained that Jeffrey Archer may have received payment for the seriali
(4603)Mr David Copeland (News of the World)
Mr David Copeland complained that an article when inaccurate when it stated that he had instructed l
(4604)Mr Gary Nelson (The Times)
Mr Gary Nelson complained through solicitors Robert Blackford & Co that an article on his criminal c
(4605)Mr K Williams (The Herald (Plymouth))

Mr K Williams, of Ivybridge, complained that an article about classic locomotives passing through Pl

(4606)Mr Nicholas Ritchie (News of the World)
Mr Nicholas Ritchie of South Lanarkshire complained that the newspaper had published a photograph (i
(4607)Mr Gary Nelson (Daily Mail)
Mr Gary Nelson complained through solicitors Robert Blackford & Co that an article on his criminal c
(4608)Imam Ramee Muhammad (Sunday Express)
Imam Ramee Muhammad complained that an article which detailed his application for asylum contained i
(4609)Mr Gary Nelson (Zoo Weekly)

Mr Gary Nelson complained through solicitors Robert Blackford & Co that an article was inaccurate wh

(4610)Mr Gary Nelson (Daily Mirror)
Mr Gary Nelson complained through solicitors Robert Blackford & Co that an article on his criminal c
(4611)Mr Turnbull Hutton, Chairman of Raith Rovers Football Club (Sunday Mail)
Mr Turnbull Hutton, Chairman of Raith Rovers Football Club, complained that two articles regarding t
(4612)Ms Della Cannings (Daily Mail)
Ms Della Cannings, the Chief Constable of North Yorkshire Police, complained through her solicitor t
(4613)Mr A Johnson (Mablethorpe Leader)
Mr A Johnson, of Mablethorpe, complained that figures relating to the number of drug users in the lo
(4614)Mr and Mrs G Mottashed (Rotherham Advertiser)
Mr and Mrs G Mottashed complained that an article invaded their privacy when it published their name
(4615)Ryan Thomas and Tina O'Brian (Daily Star)
Ryan Thomas and Tina O'Brian of Manchester complained that an article was inaccurate in suggesting t
(4616)Mr James Bower (Daily Sport)
Mr James Bower, Communications Manager for the United Road Transport Union, complained that an artic
(4617)Ms Nicole Braddick (South London Press)
Ms Nicole Braddick of Kent complained that an inquest report on the death of her brother contained u
(4618)Mr R A Ward (Waltham Abbey Guardian)
Mr R A Ward of Waltham Abbey complained that an article reporting on traffic flow figures contained
(4619)Ms L Cooper (Daily Mail)
Ms L Cooper of Glasgow complained that an article on her private life was inaccurate and intruded in
(4620)Mr David Holder (The Sunday Telegraph)
Mr David Holder of Manchester complained that an article had inaccurately reported his remarks aimed
(4621)Mr D McGrawn (Worcester News)
Mr D McGrawn, of Worcester, complained that an article about his compensation claim for unfair dismi
(4622)Mr Turnbull Hutton (Sunday Mail)
Mr Turnbull Hutton, Chairman of Raith Rovers Football Club, complained that two articles regarding t
(4623)Mr Laurence S Olins (Daily Mail)
Mr Laurence S Olins, Chairman of British Summer Fruits Ltd, complained that an article on was inaccu
(4624)Mr Andrew Milliken (Scottish News of the World)

Mr Andrew Milliken of Glasgow complained that the newspaper had published a photograph (in which he

(4625)Mr K Legan (Press Gang News)
Mr K Legan of Northampton complained that the news agency was insensitive in its approaches to his d
(4626)Ms F Wilson (Cherwell)
Ms F Wilson of Oxford complained that an article about an anti-abortion protest had contained an ina
(4627)Mr Simon King, Managing Director of Ex-Press Plastics Ltd (Evening News (Norwich))
Mr Simon King, Managing Director of Ex-Press Plastics Ltd, complained that an article on air monitor
(4628)Mr Gary Nelson (The People)
Mr Gary Nelson complained through solicitors Robert Blackford & Co that an article was inaccurate wh
(4629)Mrs Alicia Rae (Scottish Sun)
Mrs Alicia Rae of Crieff complained on behalf and with the signed authorisation of her son that
(4630)Leslie Grantham, through solicitors The Simkins Partnership (Sunday Mirror)

Leslie Grantham, an actor, complained to the Press Complaints Commission through solicitors The Simk

(4631)Leslie Grantham, through solicitors The Simkins Partnership (Daily Mirror)

Leslie Grantham, an actor, complained to the Press Complaints Commission through solicitors The Simk

(4632)Leslie Grantham, through solicitors The Simkins Partnership (Daily Record)

Leslie Grantham, an actor, complained to the Press Complaints Commission through solicitors The Simk

(4633)Leslie Grantham, through solicitors The Simkins Partnership (The Sun)

Leslie Grantham, an actor, complained to the Press Complaints Commission through solicitors The Simk

(4634)Mr J Gbonda (Evening Standard)
Mr J Gbonda of Kent complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined Steamin
(4635)A man (Barking & Dagenham Post)
A man from Essex complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined The Trappi
(4636)Mr Rio Ferdinand (Daily Star)
Mr Rio Ferdinand complained to the Press Complaints Commission, through Schillings solicitors, that
(4637)A woman (News of the World)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an articl

(4638)Leslie Grantham, through solicitors The Simkins Partnership (Daily Star)

Leslie Grantham, an actor, complained to the Press Complaints Commission through solicitors The Simk

(4639)A married couple (Daily Mail)
A married couple from Cheshire complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlin
(4640)Mr A Rashley (Southern Daily Echo)
Mr A Rashley of Southampton complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined
(4641)Mr Anthony Butcher (Kidderminster Shuttle)
Mr Anthony Butcher of Kidderminster complained to the Press Complaints Commission that two articles,
(4642)Ms Annette Hewins (Cosmopolitan)
Ms Annette Hewins complained through solicitors Hickman & Rose that an article reporting her fight
(4643)Mr R Bennett (The Scotsman)
Mr R Bennett of Aberdeen complained that an article was inaccurate when it reported allegations made
(4644)HRH Prince William of Wales (The Mail on Sunday)
HRH Prince William of Wales complained, through Harbottle & Lewis solicitors, that the newspaper had
(4645)Marion Churchill (The Times)
Marion Churchill of Bridgwater complained that an article was inaccurate in claiming that she had be
(4646)Ms Jane Young (Bury Times)
Ms Jane Young of Manchester complained on behalf of her family that the newspapers report of the in
(4647)Michael Waterland of the Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust (Daily Mail)
Michael Waterland of the Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust complained that the headline to an article w
(4648)Michael Pennington (aka Johnny Vegas) (News of the World)
Michael Pennington (aka Johnny Vegas) complained through Schillings solicitors that an article was i
(4649)Mr Karl Blockwell (The Observer)
Mr Karl Blockwell of Essex complained that the newspaper had published a piece, about the diet of a
(4650)Mrs S E Wakelin, Chair of Governors at Launton C.E Primary School (Bicester Advertiser)
Mrs S E Wakelin, Chair of Governors at Launton C.E Primary School, complained that an article was in
(4651)Ms Amanda Trevor-Roberts, Headmistress of the Junior Department of Trevor Roberts school (The Sun)
Ms Amanda Trevor-Roberts, Headmistress of the Junior Department of Trevor Roberts school in London,
(4652)Mr Brian King (Celtic Newspapers)
Mr Brian King of Mid Glamorgan complained that a letter he sent to the South Wales Echo newspaper wa
(4653)Mr M Lewis (South Wales Evening Post)
Mr M Lewis, of Swansea, complained that an article reporting that he was the subject of a police inv
(4654)Mrs Nicola Page (The People)
Mrs Nicola Page complained that the newspaper had published an article that made unnecessarily intru
(4655)Mr George Ronald (Falkirk Herald)
Mr George Ronald of Falkirk complained that a series of court reports on his former wifes court cas
(4656)Mrs M Price (Burton Mail)
Mrs M Price complained that an article inaccurately suggested that she had threatened to remove a do
(4657)Sir Ken Jackson (The Guardian)
Sir Ken Jackson complained through Burges Salmon solicitors that an article had referred to his depa
(4658)Mr R Bennett (The Scotsman)
Mr R Bennett of Aberdeen complained that an article was inaccurate when it reported allegations made
(4659)Ms Eileen Dempsey (The Sun)
Ms Eileen Dempsey of Glasgow complained that a report of her son's death was insensitive and inaccur
(4660)Ms L Cooper (The Sun)
Ms L Cooper of Glasgow complained that an article on her private life was inaccurate and intruded in
(4661)Mr R Hartley (Craven Herald & Post)
Mr R Hartley complained that a letter published in the newspaper contained inaccurate and misleading
(4662)Ms J Atkinson (The Westmorland Gazette)
Ms J Atkinson, of Kendal, complained that an article about the inquest into the death of her parents
(4663)Mr S Knight (The News (Portsmouth))
Mr S Knight, of Portsmouth, complained that an article reporting the closure of two flats suspected
(4664)Miss J Batten (Exeter Express & Echo)

Miss J Batten of Devon complained that a series of articles on the conditions of release of Mr Brian

(4665)Ms Christine Miller (Grimsby Telegraph)
Ms Christine Miller of Grimsby complained that an article on the sale of her partner's former home w
(4666)Ms L Cooper (The Sun)
Ms L Cooper of Glasgow complained that an article on her private life was inaccurate and intruded in
(4667)Mr Jim Stewart (Daily Mail)
Mr Jim Stewart of Glasgow complained that the newspaper had included a large photograph of his daugh
(4668)Mr D Jones (South Wales Evening Post)
Mr D Jones complained that an article about an incident involving him on an aeroplane contained inac
(4669)A woman (News of the World)
A woman from Aboyne complained that a journalist from the newspaper had used subterfuge in order to
(4670)Mr Koba Dvitashvili MP (The Times)
Mr Koba Dvitashvili MP of Georgia complained that the newspaper had misquoted him in regard to the c
(4671)Ms Esther Rantzen (The Sunday Telegraph)
Ms Esther Rantzen of London complained that an article was inaccurate in suggesting that the BBC was
(4672)Mr T Bowyer (Daily Mail)
Mr T Bowyer, of Kent, complained that a report about him was inaccurate.
(4673)Mr Matej Sanitrar (Sunday Mirror)
Mr Matej Sanitrar of Slovakia complained that an article on the country was inaccurate when it state
(4674)Mr Nigel Horton (The Sunday Telegraph)
Mr Nigel Horton complained, through Sheila Thomas and Co. solicitors, that a rugby columnist inaccur
(4675)Mr Maurice Le Cocq (Jersey Evening Post)
Mr Maurice Le Cocq of Jersey complained that a court report referred to his sons mental health and
(4676)Mr Glyn Edwards (The Sunday Telegraph)
Mr Glyn Edwards, Councillor for the Punch and Judy College of Professors, complained that the newspa
(4677)Paul Hancock (Banbury Guardian)
Paul Hancock from Daventry complained that an article was misleading in reporting that he was to fac
(4678)Mr Barry Williams (The Times)
Mr Barry Williams of Stourbridge complained that the newspaper had inaccurately suggested that he an
(4679)Mr Mike Rumbles, MSP (Scottish Mail on Sunday)

Mr Mike Rumbles, MSP for West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine, complained that a diary piece had inaccu

(4680)Ms Angela Linton-Abulu (African Voice)
Ms Angela Linton-Abulu complained that an article purporting to be an interview with her was mislead
(4681)Mrs K Crossley (Halifax Evening Courier)

Mrs K Crossley of Halifax complained that an article invaded her familys privacy when it stated the

(4682)Mr John Redwood MP (The Mail on Sunday)
Mr John Redwood MP complained that the newspaper had published an interview with his former wife tha
(4683)Mr Mark Fitton (Motor Caravan Magazine)
Mr Mark Fitton complained that an article on his familys experiences of motor caravanning contained
(4684)Ms Susan Howell (The Courier (Dundee))

Ms Susan Howell of Scotland complained that the newspaper had included her full address in an articl

(4685)Alan Forbes (Scottish Sun)
Alan Forbes, public affairs manager of Strathclyde Fire Brigade, complained on behalf of one of the
(4686)Mrs Diane Nash (The Sun)
Mrs Diane Nash of Middlesex complained that she, her daughter and other members of her family had be
(4687)The Rt. Hon. Geoff Hoon MP (Daily Mail)
The Rt. Hon. Geoff Hoon MP complained that an article was inaccurate in stating that he had lied to
(4688)Mr Richard Purdy (The Guardian)
Mr Richard Purdy, a member of the British National Party, complained that the headline of an article
(4689)Dr V Coleman (Health Service Journal)
Dr V Coleman, of Barnstaple, Complained that a review of his book, How to stop your doctor killing
(4690)Mr A Rashley (Southern Daily Echo)
Mr A Rashley complained that two news articles on surrogacy via the internet invaded his privacy by
(4691)The Prime Minister and Mrs Blair (Sunday Express)
The Prime Minister and Mrs Blair complained that an article, which discussed the university plans of
(4692)Ms Eileen Dempsey (The Independent on Sunday)
Ms Eileen Dempsey of Glasgow complained that a report of her sons death was insensitive and contain
(4693)Mrs J Davies (Peterborough Evening Telegraph)

Mrs J Davies, of Kettering, complained that the reporting of her sons death was insensitive to her

(4694)Mr Nestor Costa (Daily Mail)
Mr Nestor Costa of Devon complained that the newspaper had used a photograph of him as a child to il
(4695)Mr David Monks (Yorkshire Evening Post)
Mr David Monks of Huddersfield complained that an article reporting his pay increase was inaccurate
(4696)Mr Gerry Coulter (Evening Standard)
Mr Gerry Coulter of Hertfordshire complained that an article inaccurately described a website he ove
(4697)Reverend Clive Doubleday, the Chief Executive of the Christian charity Smile International (Sunday Mirror)
Reverend Clive Doubleday, the Chief Executive of the Christian charity Smile International, complain
(4698)Ms S Wright (Take a Break)
Ms S Wright of Portsmouth complained that an article reporting the trial of her husband for murderin
(4699)A man (Irvine Times)
A man from Scotland complained that the newspaper had provided sufficient information to identify hi
(4700)A man (Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald)
A man from Scotland complained that the newspaper had provided sufficient information to identify hi
(4701)Mr J Bean (The Observer)
Mr J Bean complained that a report inaccurately claimed that he was an active member of the British
(4702)Mrs M Faries (Take a Break)
Mrs M Faries, of Oldham, complained that an article about her daughter-in-laws failed marriage to h
(4703)Mrs Olive Elborough (Kingston Informer)
Mrs Olive Elborough of Surrey complained that the newspaper had printed her telephone number as the
(4704)BBC (The Times)
The BBC complained, through its litigation department, that the newspaper had inaccurately suggested
(4705)Karl Davies (Sunday Sport)
Emmerdale actor Karl Davies complained that the newspaper had inaccurately suggested that he had a o
(4706)A man (Burton Mail)
A man from Derbyshire complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article, headlined Thie
(4707)Ms Irene Shubik (The Wood and Vale)
Ms Irene Shubik complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article published in The Wood
(4708)Ms Connie Booth (Camden New Journal)
Ms Connie Booth of London complained through solicitors Berwin Leighton Paisner that an article head
(4709)A man (Perthshire Advertiser)
A man from Scotland complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined Injured
(4710)John Smith (The Sun)
John Smith of London complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined Tom, 1
(4711)A woman (The News)
A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article, headlined Parents want to kn
(4712)Mr Benjamin Counsell, of Arab Media Watch (The Economist)
Mr Benjamin Counsell, of Arab Media Watch, complained that reference to a Hizbollah missile attack,
(4713)Dr Vernon Coleman (The Spectator)
Dr Vernon Coleman complained that an article about him contained a number of factual inaccuracies.
(4714)Miss Sue Holland (Daily Mail)
Miss Sue Holland of Surrey complained that the newspaper had published a picture of her with a capti
(4715)Mr Francis McGrorty (East Kent Gazette)
Mr Francis McGrorty of Kent complained that the newspaper had omitted a line from the bereavement no
(4716)Mr Robert Mundy (Herald Express (Hemel Hempstead))

Mr Robert Mundy, Headteacher at St Albert the Great Catholic Primary School, complained that an arti

(4717)Mrs U Y S OReilly (The Journal (Newcastle))
Mrs U Y S OReilly, headteacher of Wolsingham School and Community College in County Durham, complai
(4718)Mr Chas Parker (Hailsham Gazette)
Mr Chas Parker of Hooe, East Sussex, complained that an article describing problems at a local schoo
(4719)Ms Vicki Parramore (The Argus (Brighton))
Ms Vicki Parramore complained that a report of the inquest into her former boyfriends death was ina
(4720)Mrs Sheila Bending (Mizz)
Mrs Sheila Bending of Essex complained that the magazine, having interviewed her daughter without he
(4721)Mr P Richardson (Derbyshire Times)
Mr P Richardson, of Chesterfield, complained that an article revealed the identity of his son, who w
(4722)Mr Timothy Hornsby, the Chair of the Public Fundraising Regulatory Association (The Times)
Mr Timothy Hornsby, the Chair of the Public Fundraising Regulatory Association, complained that the
(4723)Mr Mark Harniman (The Guardian)
Mr Mark Harniman complained that an article was inaccurate when it stated that his former company wa
(4724)Mr Alex Lothian (Sunday Mail)
Mr Alex Lothian of Fife complained that the newspaper had inaccurately reported a scheme with whic
(4725)A woman (Evening Chronicle (Newcastle upon Tyne))
A woman complained that a reporter had spoken to her sons fiance following reports of the alleged
(4726)Mrs J Davies (The Sun)
Mrs J Davies of Nottingham complained that an article on Harold Shipman contained quotations inaccur
(4727)Mr Thomas Gilbert (Lutterworth Mail)
Mr Thomas Gilbert of Lutterworth complained that the publication of a photograph of his late son c
(4728)Mr Thomas Gilbert (Leicester Mercury)
Mr Thomas Gilbert of Lutterworth complained that the publication of a photograph of his late son c
(4729)Mr Douglas D F Rae, Chairman of Greenock Morton Football Club (Scotland on Sunday)
Mr Douglas D F Rae, Chairman of Greenock Morton Football Club, complained through solicitors Harper
(4730)Ms Catherine Will (Oban Times)
Ms Catherine Will of Ross-shire complained that the newspaper had printed her name and home telephon
(4731)Ms Judith Harper (OK! Magazine)
Ms Judith Harper of County Down complained that the front cover of the magazine was misleading in su
(4732)Mrs Ann Gloag (Scottish Sun)
Mrs Ann Gloag complained through Levy and McRae solicitors that a newspaper article had identified h
(4733)Dr Kurt Hellman (Nature Medicine)
Dr Kurt Hellman, formerly Honorary Consultant in Clinical Oncology at the Westminster Hospital, Lond
(4734)Ms Julie Biddulph (Daily Express)
Ms Julie Biddulph of Loughborough, Leicestershire raised concerns that an article referring to anoth
(4735)Mrs Teresa Glazer (The Times)
Mrs Teresa Glazer of London complained that the newspaper had inaccurately captioned a picture of th
(4736)Mrs Angharad Lynch (The Sunday Times)
Mrs Angharad Lynch, Communications Manager of Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council, complained that
(4737)Daniel Bedingfield (Daily Mail)
The singer Daniel Bedingfield complained through his solicitors, Sheridans, that an article (publish
(4738)Mr Michael Godfrey (Sunday Mail)
Mr Michael Godfrey complained that an article recording his conviction for assaulting a nurse and an
(4739)Mrs J White (Bizarre)
Mrs J White of Manchester complained that an article about the murder of her son inaccurately stated
(4740)Mr Matt Finnegan, Assistant Executive Director (Media) of Liverpool City Council (Community Care)
Mr Matt Finnegan, Assistant Executive Director (Media) of Liverpool City Council, complained that an
(4741)Mr R Austin (Kingston Informer)
Mr R Austin, of Chessington, complained that an article contained inaccuracies.
(4742)Mrs Maureen Craw (Daily Mirror)
Mrs Maureen Craw complained that an article, reporting the death of a soldier in Iraq, wrongly sugge
(4743)Ricardo Hunter Garcia (The Times)
Ricardo Hunter Garcia of California complained about an article, which, he said, implied that claims
(4744)Tony Moran (The Times)
Tony Moran of Walsall Council complained that an article about the New Art Gallery Walsall misled re
(4745)Mr James Hamilton (The Sunday Post)

Mr James Hamilton of Perthshire complained that the newspaper had published a library photograph of

(4746)Mr Philip Scarfe (Yorkshire Evening Post)
Mr Philip Scarfe of Leeds complained that an inquest report was inaccurate and caused distress to hi
(4747)Ms R Mutimer (Bury Free Press)
Ms R Mutimer, of Bury St Edmunds, complained that the newspaper included her name and address with a
(4748)Mr B Denman (Somerset County Guardian)
Mr B Denman, of Taunton, complained that an article about him contained inaccuracies and was intrusi
(4749)Ms Kathy Banks (Daily Mail)
Ms Kathy Banks, Secretary of the Sunbed Association, complained that an article on sunbeds was inacc
(4750)A woman through Kevin R Winters & Co. solicitors (Sunday World)
A woman complained, through Kevin R Winters & Co. solicitors, that she had been named in an article
(4751)Dr Imran Waheed (The Sun)
Dr Imran Waheed, of Hizb ut-Tahrir in Britain, complained that an article about the party he represe
(4752)Mrs Angharad Lynch (Birmingham Mail)
Mrs Angharad Lynch, Communications Manager of Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council, complained that
(4753)Mrs Julie Coulthard (Daily Mail)
Mrs Julie Coulthard complained that an article about her daughters disappearance was inaccurate in
(4754)Mr Ian Cuthbertson (Sunderland Echo)
Mr Ian Cuthbertson of Pennywell complained that an article had inaccurately suggested that he was a
(4755)Mr Andrew Bradford (Scottish Sun)
Mr Andrew Bradford of Aberdeenshire complained about a suspected use of subterfuge directed against
(4756)Ms J Marriott (Walthamstow Guardian)
Ms J Marriott, of Walthamstow, complained that an article about a police crackdown on truancy unnece
(4757)David Greenslade (Bristol Evening Post)
David Greenslade of Bristol complained that an article regarding repairs his company had made on a c
(4758)Father Graham Bell (The Scotsman)
Father Graham Bell of Rome complained that a letter he had submitted to the newspaper had been edite
(4759)Nuradin Dirie, Chair of the Somali Coordinating Committee (Daily Star)
Nuradin Dirie, Chair of the Somali Coordinating Committee, complained that an article was inaccurate
(4760)Dr Temple on behalf of the Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust (Sunday Express)
Dr Temple complained, on behalf of the Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust, that an article about the Lo
(4761)Kevin Barron MP (The Mail on Sunday)
Kevin Barron, MP for the Rother Valley, complained that an article had quoted him as saying that his
(4762)A woman (The Northern Echo)
A woman complained that a court report which detailed a conviction for sexual abuse was inaccurate a
(4763)Ala and Vladimiras Anufrijevas (The Guardian)
Ala and Vladimiras Anufrijevas complained through Ole Hansen & Partners that an article about their
(4764)Mr and Mrs S Goodwin (Take a Break)
Mr and Mrs S Goodwin of Macclesfield complained that an article was misleading when it pictured thei
(4765)Mr Kevin Huntley (Hitchin Comet)

Mr Kevin Huntly of Hitchin complained through his MP, Peter Lilley, that an article about the tragic

(4766)Mrs J Smith (Friday-Ad)
Mrs J Smith, of Pevensey, complained that a piece announcing her engagement was inaccurate. Indeed s
(4767)Mrs Julie Clark (Closer)
Mrs Julie Clark of Bwlchgwyn complained to the Press Complaints Commission that information containe
(4768)Detective Constable Linda Daniels (The Sunday Telegraph)
Detective Constable Linda Daniels complained to the Press Complaints Commission through her solicito
(4769)Miss Elizabeth Noble (News of the World)
Miss Elizabeth Noble of Tyne and Wear complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article
(4770)Mr Paul McKenna (Daily Mirror)
Mr Paul McKenna complained to the Press Complaints Commission through solicitors The Simkins Partner
(4771)Mrs Dorothy Yeoman (Rhondda Leader)
Mrs Dorothy Yeoman, of London W1, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article publ
(4772)David and Victoria Beckham (Sunday Mirror)
David and Victoria Beckham complained to the Press Complaints Commission through solicitors that an
(4773)Mr W G Ibberson (Brighouse Echo)
Mr W G Ibberson of Brighouse, West Yorkshire, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a p
(4774)Mr Darrell Desbrow (The Scotsman)
Mr Darrell Desbrow of Kirkcudbrightshire complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an artic
(4775)EMI Records Limited (News of the World)
EMI Records Limited complained to the Press Complaints Commission through solicitors that an article
(4776)Mr Stuart Neilson (The Independent)
Mr Stuart Neilson of Hertfordshire complained that an article had inaccurately suggested that toys
(4777)Ms A M Cuttell (The Spectator)
Ms A M Cuttell, the licensee of a Devizes Inn, complained that references to her pub in an article g
(4778)Dr I Waheed (Ilford Recorder)
Dr I Waheed complained, on behalf of the Islamic political party Hizb ut-Tahrir, that an article abo
(4779)A woman (The Mail on Sunday)
A woman complained through solicitors that an article was inaccurate in its suggestion that she had
(4780)A woman (Press & Journal (Aberdeen))

A woman complained through solicitors that an article was inaccurate in its suggestion that she had

(4781)Mrs M Bluffield (East Herts Herald)
Mrs M Bluffield of Stevenage complained that an article about her daughters court case and subseque
(4782)Mrs M Bluffield (Stevenage Comet)
Mrs M Bluffield of Stevenage complained that an article about her daughters court case and subseque
(4783)A woman (Swindon Advertiser)
A woman complained that the newspaper had reported an inquest into the death of her husband in an in
(4784)Mr A Richards (Yellow Advertiser (Barking & Dagenham))

Mr A Richards, of Barking, complained that the newspaper printed a confidential e-mail not intended

(4785)A man (Daily Record)
A man complained that the graphic headline of an article, which described the tragic death of his si
(4786)A woman (Burton Mail)
A woman complained that an article on the tragic death of her sister was insensitive and unnecessari
(4787)Mr Sean Gregan and Ms Melissa Kirkham, through solicitors Couchman Harrington Associates (Daily Mail)
Mr Sean Gregan and Ms Melissa Kirkham, through solicitors Couchman Harrington Associates of London,
(4788)Mr Ian Grigg-Spall, Director of Studies at the Kent Law School (The Independent)
Mr Ian Grigg-Spall, Director of Studies at the Kent Law School, complained that an article in the ne
(4789)Chief Inspector Steve Glover of West Midlands Police (Sunday Mercury)
Chief Inspector Steve Glover of West Midlands Police complained that an article about the death of a
(4790)Mr J B Cowie (The News (Portsmouth))

Mr J B Cowie of Portsmouth complained that the details of a court report concerning his daughter wer

(4791)Mr Mark Hynes, Solicitor to Peterborough City Council (The People)
Mr Mark Hynes, Solicitor to Peterborough City Council, complained that an article which reported a
(4792)The Refugee Council (The Mail on Sunday)
The Refugee Council complained that an article about the removal of a number of Afghans from the UK
(4793)Mr Richard Bowker (Evening Standard)
Mr Richard Bowker, Chairman and Chief Executive of the Strategic Rail Authority, complained that an
(4794)The Right Honourable Sir John Wheeler (The Sunday Times)
The Right Honourable Sir John Wheeler of London complained that an article was inaccurate when it na
(4795)Mr Gerry King (Evening Times (Glasgow))
Mr Gerry King, Chairman of The Celtic Boys Club, complained that an article was inaccurate when it s
(4796)Ms Sue Minter (The Daily Telegraph)
Ms Sue Minter, the Horticultural Director of the Eden Project, complained that an article had contai
(4797)Miss Suranne Jones (Daily Star Sunday)
Miss Suranne Jones from Manchester complained that an article had inaccurately stated that she had b
(4798)Mr Jim Phelan (Daily Star Sunday)
Mr Jim Phelan of Knutsford complained that an article inaccurately said that he had warned his forme
(4799)Miss Suranne Jones (The People)
Miss Suranne Jones from Manchester complained that an article inaccurately stated that she had begun
(4800)Mr and Mrs Fell (Best)
Mr and Mrs Fell complained that an article about their marriage, following Mr Fells release from pr
(4801)A woman (Bury Times)
A woman complained that an article about the death of her friend, a transsexual woman, was inaccurat
(4802)Mr A Baldwin (Carmarthen Journal)
Mr A Baldwin, of Ceredigion, complained that an article referred to his numerous court appearances,
(4803)Mr David Hitchen (Kingsbridge & Salcombe Gazette)

Mr David Hitchen of Fleet complained that an article was inaccurate when it stated that a school pic

(4804)Mr Ioan Richard (The Guardian)
Mr Ioan Richard of Swansea complained that a comment piece in favour of wind farms contained inaccur
(4805)Mr J. Carrier (Daily Sport)
Mr J. Carrier, of the Wirral, complained that an article containing the report of a tribunal hearing
(4806)Ms S Thompson (Scunthorpe Evening Telegraph)
Ms S Thompson of Scunthorpe complained that a picture of her had been used to illustrate a story abo
(4807)Mrs Karen Healey (Bella)
Mrs Karen Healey of Manchester complained that an article, which described the circumstances surroun
(4808)Ms Anna Swift (The People)
Ms Anna Swift of North Yorkshire complained that an article on residential care homes was inaccurate
(4809)Ms Lorna Bodily, through solicitors Cauthery, Waterman and Cheetham (Peterborough Evening Telegraph)
Ms Lorna Bodily, through solicitors Cauthery, Waterman and Cheetham, complained that an article was
(4810)Pc Tony Roll, through solicitors Russell Jones & Walker (The Sun)
Pc Tony Roll, through solicitors Russell Jones & Walker, complained that an article regarding his do
(4811)Mr D M Wragg (Eastbourne Herald)
Mr D M Wragg, of Pevensey, complained that the newspapers coverage of his churchs vicars decision
(4812)Mr J J Robertson (The Sunday Telegraph)
Mr J J Robertson of Cyprus complained that an article contained inaccurate references to his brother
(4813)Dr Nick Palmer, MP (Daily Mail)
Dr Nick Palmer, MP for Broxtowe and a Trustee of the House of Commons Pension Fund, complained that
(4814)Mr Peter Fisher (Liverpool Echo)
Mr Peter Fisher of Liverpool complained that an article had reported unfounded allegations made abou
(4815)Ms Marilyn Etienne (The Mail on Sunday)
Ms Marilyn Etienne of Kean Etienne solicitors complained that an article had inaccurately suggested
(4816)Sir Richard Lloyd Jones (The Times)
Sir Richard Lloyd Jones, Chairman of the Fishguard International Music Festival, complained that an
(4817)Mr and Mrs Richards (Peterborough Evening Telegraph)
Mr and Mrs Richards of Lincolnshire complained that the newspaper had published inaccurate articles
(4818)A woman (London Jewish News)
A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a letter headlined "Jewish students and a
(4819)A man (Luton on Sunday)
A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the article headlined "Vice girls move into
(4820)The Hon. Christopher Monckton (Evening Standard)
The Hon. Christopher Monckton complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of Consistent
(4821)Mr Jermaine Pennant through solicitors Huggins & Lewis Foskett (The People)
Mr Jermaine Pennant complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Huggins & Lewis Foskett so
(4822)Ms Sue Thompson and Ms Elizabeth Duff (FHM)
Ms Sue Thompson and Ms Elizabeth Duff complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article
(4823)Ms Julia Simpson, Director of Communications for the Home Office (Sunday Mirror)
Ms Julia Simpson, Director of Communications for the Home Office, complained on behalf of the Home S
(4824)Mr S Collinson (Kent & Sussex Courier)
Mr S Collinson, of Kent, complained that the newspaper published inaccurate comments relating to asp
(4825)Mr T Langridge and Ms E Berry (East Anglian Daily Times)
Mr T Langridge and Ms E Berry, of Suffolk, complained that the publication carried a photograph take
(4826)Mr Kohnstamm (South Wales Echo)
Mr Kohnstamm of Cardiff complained that a number of articles invaded his privacy.
(4827)Ms Loraine Bayley (Daily Mail)
Ms Loraine Bayley of Bedford complained that an article about the rise in HIV cases in UK hospitals
(4828)Mr George Porteus (Rhyl Journal)
Mr George Porteus of Wales complained that two articles inaccurately reported the outbreak of a fire
(4829)Mr M S Mansuri (Birmingham Mail)
Mr M S Mansuri of Birmingham complained that an article was inaccurate when it stated that T-shirts
(4830)Ms Marie Bean, Company Secretary of System Enterprises (The Northern Echo)
Ms Marie Bean, Company Secretary of System Enterprises, complained that the newspaper had inaccurate
(4831)Mr and Mrs Reynolds (Cambridge News)

Mr and Mrs Reynolds of Fulbourn, near Cambridge, complained that an article inaccurately reported th

(4832)Councillor Kumar Murshid (The Guardian)
Councillor Kumar Murshid, councillor for Tower Hamlets, complained that the newspaper had inaccurate
(4833)Max McCance (Sunday Herald)
Max McCance of Fife complained that an article was wrong in its suggestion that a mountain in Skye h
(4834)Ms Hannah Marshall, on behalf of J O Hambro Investment Management Limited (The Independent on Sunday)
Ms Hannah Marshall, on behalf of J O Hambro Investment Management Limited, complained that an articl
(4835)Reverend Barrett (Eastbourne Herald)
Reverend Barrett of Westham complained that the newspapers coverage of his decision to ban bell rin
(4836)Ms J King (Grimsby Telegraph)
Ms J King of Grimsby complained that an article invaded her privacy by publishing an aerial photogra
(4837)Mr Douglas Johnson, the Legislative Director of the US National Right to Life Committee (The Guardian)
Mr Douglas Johnson, the Legislative Director of the US National Right to Life Committee, complained
(4838)David Tucker (Daily Mirror)
David Tucker of Portsmouth complained that an article of 7 April 2003 was inaccurate in suggesting t
(4839)Peter Foster (The Observer)
Peter Foster of Australia complained that an article was inaccurate in its description of how he cam
(4840)Ms Andrea Bennington (Nottingham Post)

Ms Andrea Bennington complained that an article was inaccurate when it quoted the prices of certain

(4841)Mr Patrick Harrington (The Guardian)
Mr Patrick Harrington of Edinburgh complained that the newspaper had incorrectly suggested in an i
(4842)Mrs Carol Robinson (Scarborough Evening News)
Mrs Carol Robinson complained that articles about her property were inaccurate and that she had been
(4843)Kate Beckinsale (Daily Mail)
Kate Beckinsale complained through Campbell Hooper solicitors of London that an article about her pr
(4844)Ms Cathy Bakewell MBE (Western Daily Press)
Ms Cathy Bakewell MBE, the Leader of Somerset County Council, complained that an opinion piece cast
(4845)Mr Chris Robinson, Chief Executive of Hearts Football Club (The Herald (Glasgow))

Mr Chris Robinson, Chief Executive of Hearts Football Club, complained that an article was inaccurat

(4846)Mr M McLoughlin (Bolton Evening News)
Mr M McLoughlin, of Bolton, complained that an article inaccurately reported the manner in which one
(4847)A woman (Peterborough Evening Telegraph)
A woman complained that the newspaper, which had reported the allegations that her (unnamed) son had
(4848)Ms Kate Lovell, on behalf of Spring PR (Now)

Ms Kate Lovell, on behalf of Spring PR, complained that an article was inaccurate when it referred t

(4849)Mr Gary Wilson, the Chair of Board of Directors for PHACE Scotland (Daily Mail)
Mr Gary Wilson, the Chair of Board of Directors for PHACE Scotland (Promoting Health and Challenging
(4850)Mr Ian Grigg-Spall (The Guardian)
Mr Ian Grigg-Spall, Director of Studies and Admissions at Kent Law School, complained that the newsp
(4851)Mr Don Ibbottson (The Sun)
Mr Don Ibbottson complained through Granada Television complained that an article contained an inac
(4852)Mr Don Ibbottson (Daily Mail)
Mr Don Ibbottson complained through Granada Television that an item about him and his wife, the actr
(4853)Mrs Josephine Johnston of the Thanet Stage School of Dance & Drama (Thanet Times)
Mrs Josephine Johnston of the Thanet Stage School of Dance & Drama complained that an article report
(4854)Mr Anthony Padwick (Hull Daily Mail)
Mr Anthony Padwick of Bridlington complained that a letter he had submitted to the newspaper for pub
(4855)Mrs Cindy Winter (Western Gazette)
Mrs Cindy Winter of Somerset complained that the newspapers front-page report of the inquest into h
(4856)A man (Western Telegraph)
A man complained that the publication of the address of his family home, in addition to a photograph
(4857)Professor Michael Rennie (The Observer)
Professor Michael Rennie of the University of Dundee complained that an article about a new brand of
(4858)Ms C Farrelly (Anfield & Walton Star)
Ms C Farrelly, of Liverpool, complained on behalf of the Priory Residents Area Association, that a p
(4859)Mr Gerry Tissier (The Guardian)
Mr Gerry Tissier, the head of Media Relations for the NSPCC, complained that the newspaper had repor
(4860)Mr Kim Naish (East Anglian Daily Times)
Mr Kim Naish of Colchester complained that an article had incorrectly reported his involvement at a
(4861)Mr Eric A Roberts (Oldham Evening Chronicle)
Mr Eric A Roberts of Lancashire complained that the newspaper had inaccurately traced the etymology
(4862)Mr Jon Pither (The Observer)
Mr Jon Pither of Surrey complained, through Bircham Dyson Bell solicitors, that the newspaper had
(4863)Mrs Marion MacLellan (Daily Record)
Mrs Marion MacLellan complained that an article about the men who killed her husband had misspelt he
(4864)Tony Adams (The People)
Tony Adams of Goffs Oak complained that a story describing an apparent break-in at the home of his d
(4865)Mr Ian Hargreaves, the Group Director of Corporate and Public Affairs of BAA (The Times)
Mr Ian Hargreaves, the Group Director of Corporate and Public Affairs of BAA, complained that an art
(4866)A woman (Daily Star)
A woman complained that the newspaper had inaccurately suggested that her daughter had been bitten b
(4867)Mr Neil Morgan (Sussex Express)
Mr Neil Morgan of Sussex complained that an article about the end proceedings against him for indece
(4868)Mr Stuart Asher (Edinburgh Evening News)
Mr Stuart Asher complained that an article describing how his mother had fallen out of a bed while i
(4869)Mr James Smith (Daily Record)
Mr James Smith of HMP Peterhead complained that the newspaper had inaccurately suggested that he had
(4870)Mr Grant Webber (Closer)
Mr Grant Webber of Dorset complained that an article about his former relationship was inaccurate an
(4871)Mr T Mellor (The Sunday Times)
Mr T Mellor of Middlesex complained in response to the newspapers inaccurate suggestion that David
(4872)Councillor Eileen Salloway (The Times)
Councillor Eileen Salloway, the Leader of the Conservative Group of Torbay Council, complained that
(4873)Ms Maria Hobbs and Mr Martin Sheppard (Take A Break)
Ms Maria Hobbs and Mr Martin Sheppard of Wiltshire complained that an article about how they had ent
(4874)Ms Simone Moore and a number of other individuals (Evening Standard)
Ms Simone Moore of London, and a number of other individuals, complained that a photograph of Iraqis
(4875)Ms R Lee (News of the World)
Ms R Lee complained that an article about her employment as a horse groom at Windsor Castle containe
(4876)Cllr D Sansom (Watford Observer)

Cllr D Sansom, of Rickmansworth, complained that an article reporting the increase in road traffic a

(4877)Mr Leslie Gilbert (The Times)
Mr Leslie Gilbert of London complained that an article was inaccurate when it stated that X-ray mach
(4878)A man (Sunday Mirror)
A man and a woman complained that the newspaper had published pictures of them taken by a photograph
(4879)Mr Robert Downey (Lancashire Telegraph)

Mr Robert Downey of Rossendale complained that the newspaper had unfairly emphasised on the front

(4880)Mr B Stillman (Print Week)
Mr B Stillman of Rutland, complained that an article, relating details of a pending court case again
(4881)Mr R Shepherd (Seaford Gazette)
Mr R Shepherd complained, through the agency of solicitors, that a report of his court hearing inacc
(4882)Mr Jamie Dean (The Sunday Times)
Mr Jamie Dean of Stanmore complained that an article on car auctions contained inaccuracies and was
(4883)Mrs S Percy (Daily Mirror)
Mrs S Percy of Ripon complained that an article in one of the newspapers supplements inaccurately s
(4884)Mr David Puttock (Native Pony)
Mr David Puttock of Kineton complained that an article was misleading in its suggestion that a numbe
(4885)Mr J Stenchion (Oldham Evening Chronicle)
Mr J Stenchion complained on behalf of his nephew Stephen Walsh that the newspaper had inaccurately
(4886)The webmaster of gaybrum.com (Sunday Mercury)
The webmaster of gaybrum.com complained that the newspaper had inaccurately suggested that his websi
(4887)Ms Lynda Mackenzie (Evening Chronicle (Newcastle Upon Tyne))
Ms Lynda Mackenzie of Newcastle Upon Tyne complained that an article about asylum seekers was discri
(4888)Mr T Cheevers (North Belfast News)
Mr T Cheevers, of Belfast, complained that an article contained inaccuracies about the actions of th
(4889)Bishop Howard Tripp and Cardinal Cormac Murphy OConnor (News of the World)
Bishop Howard Tripp and Cardinal Cormac Murphy OConnor complained through solicitors that an articl
(4890)Ken Livingstone (Evening Standard)
Ken Livingstone complained that an article was misleading in its headline C-Charge: Thousands are f
(4891)Mr D Erskine (The Daily Telegraph)
Mr D Erskine of Cheshire complained that the newspaper had inaccurately exaggerated the impact of th
(4892)Mrs Melanie Saunders (North-West Evening Mail)

Mrs Melanie Saunders, Headteacher of Ulverston Victoria High School, complained that an article intr

(4893)Ms Elizabeth Ward (Harrogate Advertiser)
Ms Elizabeth Ward of Harrogate complained on behalf of her neighbour Mr John Dudley that coverage of
(4894)Ms Josephine Quintavalle of CORE (Comment on Reproductive Ethics) (Daily Express)
Ms Josephine Quintavalle of CORE (Comment on Reproductive Ethics) complained that an article had ina
(4895)Mr David Fryatt of FasTracKids (The Daily Telegraph)
Mr David Fryatt of FasTracKids complained that the journalists view of its educational enrichment p
(4896)Mrs Sandra Adamson (Daily Mail)
Mrs Sandra Adamson of Dunfermline complained through solicitors that an article describing details o
(4897)Ms Lisa Scott (Diver)
Ms Lisa Scott of Cambridgeshire complained that a report of the inquest into the death of Mr Nic Got
(4898)Mr Brian Bryce (Peterborough Evening Telegraph)
Mr Brian Bryce of Peterborough complained that an article reporting a murder for which his son was c
(4899)Mr John Clare (Liverpool Daily Post (Welsh edition))

Mr John Clare of Flintshire complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined

(4900)Miss Suranne Jones (Daily Sport)
Miss Suranne Jones complained to the Press Complaints Commission through Granada Television that an
(4901)PCC Investigation - Daily Mirror (Daily Mirror)
The Press Complaints Commission has investigated whether
(4902)Ms Dynamite (Islington Gazette)
The singer Ms Dynamite complained to the Press Complaints Commission through her record company Poly
(4903)PCC Investigation - News of the World (News of the World)
The Press Complaints Commission has instituted an investigation
(4904)Kate Beckinsale (Daily Mail)
Kate Beckinsale complained to the Press Complaints Commission through solicitors Campbell Hooper of
(4905)Mr Adam Kelliher (British Medical Journal)
Mr Adam Kelliher complained to the Press Complaints Commission, on behalf of the family of the late
(4906)PCC Investigation - The Guardian (The Guardian)
The Press Complaints Commission has investigated whether material contained in an article published
(4907)Mrs A Molloy (Gloucestershire Echo)
Mrs A Molloy of Cheltenham complained that a report about a police raid on the home of a suspected p
(4908)A man (The Sunday Telegraph)
A man complained that an article about the English National Opera contained inaccuracies.
(4909)Mr George Grimes (Sunday Express)
Mr George Grimes of Wiltshire complained that a newspaper article regarding a vase, which had once
(4910)Ms Anna John, on behalf of the Cornwall Tourist Board (Mazda Magazine)
Ms Anna John, on behalf of the Cornwall Tourist Board, complained that an article depicting Cornwall
(4911)Mr A Banfield (St Neots Weekly News)
Mr A Banfield of St Neots complained, on behalf of his son Paul, that the newspaper had inaccurately
(4912)Mr Peter Ellis (Evening Standard)
Mr Peter Ellis complained, through Baily Gibson solicitors, that an article had inaccurately stated
(4913)Mrs Georgina Baidoun (Metro)
Mrs Georgina Baidoun of Milton Keynes complained that a readers letter contained inaccurate statist
(4914)A woman (Northampton Chronicle & Echo)

A woman from Northampton complained that she had been named in an article after the newspaper had pr

(4915)Mr Chris Hand (Sunday Sport)
Mr Chris Hand of Rochdale, Lancashire, complained that an article contained inaccuracies and was pre
(4916)Mr Robin Jones, PR and Communications Manager for Ultralase (Daily Express)
Mr Robin Jones, PR and Communications Manager for Ultralase, representing eye surgeon Mr Chatterjee,
(4917)Ms Rachel Gotto (Diver)
Ms Rachel Gotto complained that a report of the inquest into her husbands death while diving was in
(4918)Mr Nick Palmer, MP (Daily Express)
Mr Nick Palmer, MP for Broxtowe, complained that a headline which referred to mad new laws in re
(4919)Mr E Pierce on behalf of Mr D Jones (The Sun)
Mr E Pierce of Holywell complained on behalf of his friend, Mr D Jones, that an article published ab
(4920)Mr Paul Farthing (Scottish Sun)
Mr Paul Farthing of London complained that an article about the tragic death of his wife was written
(4921)Mr Robin Jones, PR and Communications Manager for Ultralase (Daily Mail)
Mr Robin Jones, PR and Communications Manager for Ultralase, representing eye surgeon Mr Chatterjee,
(4922)Mr Adam Kelliher (The Independent)
Mr Adam Kelliher of London complained, on behalf of the Horrobin family, that the newspapers obitua
(4923)A woman (Tameside Advertiser)
A woman from Manchester complained that a report of the inquest into her daughters death was insens
(4924)Ms Josephine Quintavalle of CORE (Comment on Reproductive Ethics) (The Times)
Ms Josephine Quintavalle of CORE (Comment on Reproductive Ethics) complained that an article had ina
(4925)Stephen Green (Motherwell Times)
Stephen Green of Wilshaw, Lanarkshire, complained that an article was inaccurate in stating that he
(4926)Mr F E B Witts (The Sunday Telegraph)
Mr F E B Witts of Upper Slaughter, Gloucestershire complained that an article, which discussed the p
(4927)Dr Abdul Sattar Doshuki (The Sunday Times)
Dr Abdul Sattar Doshuki of Middlesex complained that the newspaper in an article about the terrori
(4928)Steve McFadden (Sunday Mirror)
The well-known actor Steve McFadden complained that an article had inaccurately alleged that he had
(4929)Ms Josephine Quintavalle of CORE (Comment on Reproductive Ethics) (The Daily Telegraph)
Ms Josephine Quintavalle of CORE (Comment on Reproductive Ethics) complained that an article had ina
(4930)Mr J Brown (Daily Mail)
Mr J Brown of Welwyn Garden City complained that an article contained a recommendation that a 0.8mil
(4931)Mr and Mrs B McAlinden (Peterborough Evening Telegraph)
Mr and Mrs B McAlinden of Peterborough complained that the newspaper in an article about their hou
(4932)Mr George Grimes (The Guardian)
Mr George Grimes of Wiltshire complained that an article referring to a vase that had once belonged
(4933)Mr Adam Kelliher (Scotland on Sunday)
Mr Adam Kelliher of London complained on behalf of the Horrobin family about a column in the newspap
(4934)Liverpool City Council (The Sun)
Liverpool City Council complained that a comment column had inaccurately referred to a decision it h
(4935)Dr Peter Carter, the Chief Executive of the Central and North West London Mental Health NHS Trust (Wembley Observer)
Dr Peter Carter, the Chief Executive of the Central and North West London Mental Health NHS Trust, c
(4936)Mr Robin Jones, PR and Communications Manager for Ultralase (Manchester Metro News)
Mr Robin Jones, PR and Communications Manager for Ultralase, representing eye surgeon Mr Chatterjee,
(4937)Mr Robin Jones, PR and Communications Manager for Ultralase (Manchester Evening News)
Mr Robin Jones, PR and Communications Manager for Ultralase, representing eye surgeon Mr Chatterjee,
(4938)Mr David Puttock (Horse and Hound)
Mr David Puttock of Kineton complained that an article was misleading in its suggestion that he and
(4939)Mr A Sawford (Kentish Times)
Mr A Sawford, of Dartford, complained that an article had inaccurately reported that he resigned fro
(4940)Mr Robert Bucknor (Kent & Sussex Courier)

Mr Robert Bucknor of Tonbridge, resident trustee of Hadlow Tower, complained that an article had ina

(4941)Ms Hayley Smith (Sunday Mirror)
Ms Hayley Smith of Salford complained that she had been harassed by journalists from the newspaper.
(4942)Mr and Mrs Riley (Lancashire Telegraph)

Mr and Mrs Riley of Lancashire complained that the newspaper had incorrectly claimed that their son

(4943)Mr and Mrs Riley (Daily Mail)
Mr and Mrs Riley of Lancashire complained that the newspaper had incorrectly claimed that their son
(4944)Dr Julie Hollyman, Chief Executive, West London Mental Health NHS Trust (The Guardian)
Dr Julie Hollyman, Chief Executive, West London Mental Health NHS Trust, complained that the headlin
(4945)A woman (Sunderland Echo)
A woman complained that the newspaper had published, in its Search Party column, a request for inf
(4946)Greenpeace through its Campaigns Director Mr Blake Lee-Harwood (The Sunday Times (Scotland))
Greenpeace complained through its Campaigns Director Mr Blake Lee-Harwood that an article had contai
(4947)Mr Bill Nightingale (Scarborough Evening News)
Mr Bill Nightingale of Scarborough complained that an article inaccurately stated that he and his wi
(4948)Liverpool City Council (Blackpool Gazette)

Liverpool City Council complained that a comment column had inaccurately referred to an alleged deci

(4949)Liverpool City Council (Daily Express)
Liverpool City Council complained that an article had incorrectly stated that it had banned hot cros
(4950)Mr T Mellor (Uxbridge Gazette)
Mr T Mellor of Middlesex complained that the newspaper had made a mistake in its publication of his
(4951)Liverpool City Council (The Sunday Telegraph)
Liverpool City Council complained that an article in the newspaper inaccurately quoted its position
(4952)The Headmaster of Eton College (The People)
The Headmaster of Eton College complained that photographs of Prince Harry that appeared in three ne
(4953)The Headmaster of Eton College (News of the World)
The Headmaster of Eton College complained that photographs of Prince Harry that appeared in three ne
(4954)The Headmaster of Eton College (Sunday Mirror)
The Headmaster of Eton College complained that photographs of Prince Harry that appeared in three ne
(4955)Mrs Joanne Read (The Sentinel (Staffordshire))

Mrs Joanne Read complained that an article that quoted her response to a rise in incidents of indece

(4956)A woman (The Mail on Sunday)
A woman complained that an article intruded into her privacy.
(4957)Mr Lee Oliver (Metro)
Mr Lee Oliver complained that an article inaccurately alleged he had spread rumours about the privat
(4958)Mrs L M Smith (Hull Daily Mail)
Mrs L M Smith, of East Yorkshire, complained that an article about the death of her husband, compile
(4959)Ms Kacey Ainsworth (The People)
Ms Kacey Ainsworth, the well-known actress, complained through Cassie Mayer Ltd that an article had
(4960)Mr Brian Potts (The Daily Telegraph)
Mr Brian Potts of Manchester complained that an article reporting on new research into cancer contai
(4961)Mr J McCulloch (Bucks Herald)
Mr J McCulloch of HMP Springhill complained of inaccuracies in an article reporting his involvement
(4962)Mrs Mary Wilson (Daily Record)
Mrs Mary Wilson of Glasgow complained that the newspaper altered a letter she had submitted so that
(4963)Madonna (Heat)
Madonna complained through her publicist Barbara Charone from MBC that an article that said she was
(4964)Mr Jon Royce (The Times)
Mr Jon Royce of Surrey complained that an article about his conduct at a hockey match was inaccurate
(4965)Ms Nicola McLean (Alloa & Hillfoots Advertiser)
Ms Nicola McLean of Alloa Scotland complained that an article about her partners conviction contain
(4966)Ms Nicola McLean (Alloa & Hillfoots Wee County News)

Ms Nicola McLean of Alloa Scotland complained that an article contained inaccuracies and wrongly sug

(4967)Mr Thomas Palmer (Sunday Express)
Mr Thomas Palmer of London complained that an article included details of his financial situation an
(4968)Mr H McInnes (Daily Record)
Mr H McInnes of Bonnyrigg, Midlothian, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the Daily
(4969)Mr Peter Foster (The Sun)
Mr Peter Foster of Australia complained to the Press Complaints Commission that private telephone co
(4970)Mishcon de Reya, solicitors on behalf of the Embassy of Israel and Ariel Sharon (The Independent)
Mishcon de Reya, Solicitors, complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of the Embassy
(4971)Messrs Manches on behalf of the Tolkien family (Sunday Mercury)
Messrs Manches complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of the Tolkien family that ar
(4972)A woman (Chat)
A woman complained that an article inaccurately suggested that she had had consensual sex with a mar
(4973)Mr Gerald McDonald (South Wales Evening Post)
Mr Gerald McDonald of the Cwmfelin Social Club complained that article inaccurately reported that a
(4974)The Hon Ald Gordon B Caselton (Hull Daily Mail)
The Hon Ald Gordon B Caselton complained that an article was incorrect in stating that planning perm
(4975)Professor Hilary Rose (Jewish Chronicle)
Professor Hilary Rose of London complained that the newspaper had published a letter that, amid crit
(4976)Capt Ian McRae (The Sunday Post)

Capt Ian McRae complained that an article about the conversion of air pistols into real, illegal wea

(4977)Choices Community Care Services Limited (The Mail on Sunday)
Choices Community Care Services Limited complained, through Metropublic Communications Consultants,
(4978)Refugee Council (Evening Standard)
Ms Jean Candler, the Press Officer for the Refugee Council (www.refugeecouncil.org.uk), complained t
(4979)Eleanor Morel (Sevenoaks Chronicle)
Eleanor Morel complained on behalf of her family that a report of an inquest into her brothers deat
(4980)Terry Hearne (Staines Informer)
Terry Hearne of Staines complained that an article inaccurately stated that his son Luke had been ca
(4981)Terry Hearne (Staines Leader)
Terry Hearne of Staines complained that an article inaccurately stated that his son Luke had been ca
(4982)Terry Hearne (Ashford News)
Terry Hearne of Staines complained that an article inaccurately stated that his son Luke had been ca
(4983)Kingston Upon Hull City Council (Take a Break)
The legal department of Kingston Upon Hull City Council complained about an article that told the st
(4984)The People of God Trust (Catholic Herald)
The People of God Trust complained that an article had not made a clear distinction between trustees
(4985)Mr Ian Pinney (Dorset Echo)
Mr Ian Pinney of Dorset complained that an article had wrongly claimed that he had admitted repeated
(4986)Mrs Dena Aronberg (Evening Standard)
Mrs Dena Aronberg of Dunmow complained that a comment piece in the newspaper contained inaccurate an
(4987)Peter J F Woodsford (Kentish Express)
Peter J F Woodsford of Folkestone complained on behalf of his wife that an account of an accident in
(4988)Anne Swanston (St Albans & Harpenden Observer)

Anne Swanston of St Albans complained that a report of her husbands death at the citys hospital wa

(4989)Mr and Mrs Owen (The Sun)
Mr and Mrs Owen of Mid Glamorgan complained that an article reporting that their daughter suffered f
(4990)Dr Peter Van den Dungen, of the Department of Peace Studies at the University of Bradford (The Guardian)
Dr Peter Van den Dungen, of the Department of Peace Studies at the University of Bradford, complaine
(4991)Ms Caroline Quentin (The People)
Ms Caroline Quentin complained through her agents Amanda Howard Associates that an article had conta
(4992)Mr Hugh Bradley (Belfast News Letter)

Mr Hugh Bradley of Belfast complained that an article inaccurately recommended July and August as th

(4993)Mr Seymour Howell of Rampton High Security Hospital (Daily Mirror)
Mr Seymour Howell of Rampton High Security Hospital complained through Kaim Todner Solicitors that a
(4994)J A Jowett, on behalf of his son (Sunday Mirror)
J A Jowett of Co Londonderry complained, on behalf of his son, that an article about the latter was
(4995)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained that an article on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder contained ina

(4996)Mrs Tricia McGinley (Evening Chronicle (Newcastle Upon Tyne))
Mrs Tricia McGinley of Tyne & Wear complained that an article provided sufficient information for he
(4997)Jeremy Bamber (News of the World)
Jeremy Bamber of HM Prison, Whitemoor, complained that an article was inaccurate.
(4998)Mrs A S Seymour (The People)
Mrs A S Seymour of Surrey complained that an article concerning one of her sons, who had been convic
(4999)A well-known entertainer (News of the World)
A well-known entertainer complained that he was being persistently questioned by newspaper reporters
(5000)Mr George Lyon, MSP (Daily Express)
Mr George Lyon, MSP for Argyll and Bute, complained that the newspaper had inaccurately suggested th
(5001)Matthew Barnes (Max Power)
Matthew Barnes, of Staffordshire, complained that an article had contained an offensive reference to
(5002)A well-known entertainer (Daily Express)
A well-known entertainer complained that he was being persistently questioned by newspaper reporters
(5003)A well-known entertainer (Daily Mirror)
A well-known entertainer complained that he was being persistently questioned by newspaper reporters
(5004)A well-known entertainer (The Sun)
A well-known entertainer complained that he was being persistently questioned by newspaper reporters
(5005)Mrs Lisa Wragg (The Star (Sheffield))
Mrs Lisa Wragg, of Barnsley, complained that the newspaper had acted insensitively in its report of
(5006)Mr Robert Kelly (The Scotsman)
Mr Robert Kelly, Rector of the Berwickshire High School, complained that an article concerning a sma
(5007)Mr Mark McCaffrey, the Head of Press and Communications for the Northern Ireland Prison Service (Irish Daily Mirror)

Mr Mark McCaffrey, the Head of Press and Communications for the Northern Ireland Prison Service, com

(5008)Westminster Abbey (The Mail on Sunday)
Westminster Abbey complained, through the agency of solicitors, that an article inaccurately reporte
(5009)The family of the late John McCartney (Daily Record)
The family of the late John McCartney complained through solicitors that reports of his funeral cont
(5010)Anna Sabine, representing the Charities Advisory Trust (Evening Standard)
Anna Sabine, representing the Charities Advisory Trust, complained that the newspaper had inaccurate
(5011)Ms Mary McManus, representing the Murlough Community Association (Down Democrat)
Ms Mary McManus, representing the Murlough Community Association, complained that the newspaper had
(5012)Mr Dennis McDonald (Sunderland Echo)
Mr Dennis McDonald of Sunderland complained that the newspaper had inaccurately reported the budget
(5013)Mrs S Clough (The Star (Sheffield))
Mrs S Clough complained that a report of her nieces death contained inaccurate and discriminatory d
(5014)Mrs C L Bradley (Chester Chronicle)
Mrs C L Bradley of Ambleside complained on behalf of her daughter that the publication of the latter
(5015)Perry Fenwick (Sunday Sport)
Perry Fenwick, a well-known television actor, complained through his agent that allegations in the n
(5016)Perry Fenwick (The People)
Perry Fenwick, a well-known television actor, complained through his agent that allegations in the n
(5017)Perry Fenwick (News of the World)
Perry Fenwick, a well-known television actor, complained through his agent that allegations in the n
(5018)Mrs Preethi von den Driesch (The Observer)
Mrs Preethi von den Driesch, a Sri Lankan living in Germany, complained that an article had inaccura
(5019)The next of kin of Richard John Nicholl (The People)
The next of kin of Richard John Nicholl complained, through Messrs L Cubitt & Co. solicitors, that a
(5020)Cllr Richard Jones (Yr Herald)
Cllr Richard Jones, of Angelsey, complained about an article reporting that he had voted to make pay
(5021)Mr and Mrs Vazquez (Surrey Advertiser)
Mr and Mrs Vazquez, the proprietors of The Watermeadows Hotel in Godalming, complained that an artic
(5022)A woman (Down Democrat)
A woman from County Down in Northern Ireland complained that the newspaper had provided inaccurate a
(5023)Mr C J G Andrews (John O'Groat Journal)
Mr C J G Andrews of Perthshire complained that an article inaccurately stated that he had retired fr
(5024)Mrs D A Hollins (Daily Mirror)
Mrs D A Hollins of London complained that a photo of a well-known prisoner also included her image,
(5025)Ms Toni McConville, the Director of Communications and Consultation for Brent Council (Asian Voice)
Ms Toni McConville, the Director of Communications and Consultation for Brent Council, complained th
(5026)Mr and Mrs Harris (The Sun)
Mr and Mrs Harris of Coventry complained that an article about the tragic death of their daughter wa
(5027)Mr Colin Jenkins (Western Mail)
Mr Colin Jenkins of Pembroke complained, on behalf of Stephen van Rhyn, that an article inaccurately
(5028)Mrs Lynn Armstrong (Daily Star Sunday)
Mrs Lynn Armstrong of Lymington complained that an article about her experience as a prison officer
(5029)Professor Gillian Evans of Cambridge University (The Daily Telegraph)
Professor Gillian Evans of Cambridge University complained that an article contained inaccurate info
(5030)A woman (News Shopper (Bromley))

A woman complained on behalf of her son that an article headlined Vandals, yobs, thugs published i

(5031)Ms Sally Everitt and Mr Andy Brick (Welwyn & Hatfield Times)
Ms Sally Everitt and Mr Andy Brick of Welwyn Garden City complained to the Press Complaints Commission
(5032)Miss Julie Goodyear MBE (The People)
Miss Julie Goodyear MBE of Heywood, Lancashire, complained that photographs of her published in The
(5033)A woman (The People)
A woman from South East London complained that an article published in The People on 6 October 2002
(5034)A couple (Esher News & Mail)
A couple complained that an article headlined Father loses second baby at St Peters
(5035)Mrs Diane Pring (Daily Mirror)
Mrs Diane Pring of Newport complained that an article about the death of her son was distressing and
(5036)Ms Shelley Power (The Mail on Sunday)
Ms Shelley Power, of Paris, complained that an article, which suggested that she was dating Jeremy
(5037)Mr Alan Fleming, Chairman of the London Cab Drivers Club (The Times)
Mr Alan Fleming, the Chairman of the London Cab Drivers Club, complained that a comment piece was un
(5038)Mrs Jennifer Reid (Western Daily Press)
Mrs Jennifer Reid of Bristol complained that the newspaper had published incorrect information about
(5039)Mrs Shirley Hanlon (Dunstable on Sunday)
Mrs Shirley Hanlon, of Bedfordshire, complained that the newspaper had printed inaccurate details wh
(5040)Mr Kumar Murshid (Evening Standard)
Mr Kumar Murshid of the Greater London Assembly Advisory Cabinet complained of inaccuracies in an ar
(5041)Mr Denis Woodcraft (Horncastle Target)
Mr Denis Woodcraft, of Lincolnshire, complained that an article had inaccurately reported that his s
(5042)Mr Denis Woodcraft (Lincolnshire Echo)
Mr Denis Woodcraft, of Lincolnshire, complained that an article had inaccurately reported that his s
(5043)Mr W A Dugan, curator of the Museum of Army Transport (Yorkshire Evening Post)

Mr W A Dugan, curator of the Museum of Army Transport in Beverley, complained that he had been inacc

(5044)Mr Steve Mcnamara (The Times)
Mr Steve Mcnamara, a taxi driver from Essex, complained that a comment piece was unfair to cab drive
(5045)Ms Lorna Carroll (South London Press)
Ms Lorna Carroll, of London, complained on behalf of her mother Mrs Ivy Carroll, and several residen
(5046)Dr Imran Waheed, representative of Hizb ut-Tahrir Britain (The Sunday Telegraph)
Dr Imran Waheed, representative of Hizb ut-Tahrir Britain, complained that an article had inaccurate
(5047)Mr Tim Rosser (Boxing News)
Mr Tim Rosser, of Gloucester, complained that the magazine included the incorrect allegation that hi
(5048)The University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (Evening Standard)
The University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology complained, through Eversheds solic
(5049)Mr Sessions (Heat)

Mr Sessions complained that an article inaccurately referred to his past as a Mad

(5050)Mr Robert McLean, the Executive Officer of the Grand Orange Lodge of Scotland (Scottish News of the World)

Mr Robert McLean, the Executive Officer of the Grand Orange Lodge of Scotland, complained that an ar

(5051)Mr Colin Forster (The Sunday Times)
Mr Colin Forster of London complained that an article about the purchase of his house was inaccurate
(5052)Mr Peter J Maddison (The Mail on Sunday)
Mr Peter J Maddison of Hertfordshire complained that the identification of his son in an article on
(5053)Mr Gordon Topen (The Mail on Sunday)
Mr Gordon Topen, of Whitemoor prison, complained that the newspaper had inaccurately alleged that he
(5054)Dr Imran Waheed, representative of Hizb ut-Tahrir Britain (Arena)
Dr Imran Waheed, representative of Hizb ut-Tahrir, complained that the magazine had inaccurately des
(5055)Mr Sessions (The Sun)

Mr Sessions complained that an article inaccurately referred to his past as a Mad

(5056)Mr Stuart Millson (Irish News)
Mr Stuart Millson of West Malling, Kent complained that he had been described as an open fascist.
(5057)Mr Carlo Gebler (Belfast News Letter)

Mr Carlo Gebler of Enniskillen complained that the newspaper had inaccurately stated that his new pl

(5058)Ben Bradshaw MP (Daily Mail)
Ben Bradshaw MP complained that an article inaccurately said that he had heard about a new job, foll
(5059)Ms Catherine Mayer (Daily Mail)
Ms Catherine Mayer complained on behalf of Tiger Lily Hutchence that an article and photographs of t
(5060)Mr Alex Salmond MP (Scotland on Sunday)
Mr Alex Salmond MP of Edinburgh complained that a story was inaccurate in suggesting that he had con
(5061)The Rt Hon David Mellor QC (The Sun)
The Rt Hon David Mellor QC complained through solicitors that a reference to his affair with Antonia
(5062)The Rt Hon David Mellor QC (News of the World)
The Rt Hon David Mellor QC complained through solictors that a reference to his affair with Antonia
(5063)Mr Kevin Whibley (Sunday Mirror)
Mr Kevin Whibley of Oxford complained that he had been harassed.
(5064)Mr Richard Hall (The Citizen (Gloucester))

Mr Richard Hall of Morecambe complained that a letter he sent to the newspaper for publication appea

(5065)Ms Jan Andersen (Daily Mail)
Ms Jan Andersen of Swindon complained that an interview about her former marriage contained inaccura
(5066)Mrs Jenny Green (Daily Record)
Mrs Jenny Green, of Lincoln, complained that the newspaper had identified her recently deceased daug
(5067)Mr J S Walker (Evening Standard)
Mr J S Walker of Sidcup complained that an article was inaccurate in stating so firmly that there we
(5068)Valerie Reeves (Express & Star (Wolverhampton))

Valerie Reeves of Walsall complained with the signed authorisation of her son, Mark Reeves, and his

(5069)Mr Carlo Gebler (Irish Post)
Carlo Gebler of Enniskillen complained that the newspaper had inaccurately stated that his new play
(5070)Mrs N Boyce (Sunday Express)
Mrs N Boyce, practice manager of the Willow Tree Surgery in Hayes, complained that an article about
(5071)Detective Constable Idun (Evening Standard)
Detective Constable Idun of Braintree complained that an article reporting on his role in the trial
(5072)Mme Christiane Barre (News of the World)
Mme Christiane Barre of Chatenay Malabry, France complained that an article about her sons suicide
(5073)Dr Imran Waheed, the representative of Hizb ut-Tahrir Britain (Evening Standard)
Dr Imran Waheed, the representative of Hizb ut-Tahrir Britain, complained that the newspaper had ina
(5074)Mr and Mrs Leo Glynn (Daily Mail)
Mr and Mrs Leo Glynn of Hemel Hempstead complained that they had been harassed and that a report of
(5075)Mr and Mrs Leo Glynn (Evening Standard)
Mr and Mrs Leo Glynn of Hemel Hempstead complained that they had been harassed and that a report of
(5076)Councillor Jackie Hawthorn on behalf of Mrs Parveen Akhtar (Birmingham Mail)
Councillor Jackie Hawthorn complained on behalf of Mrs Parveen Akhtar of Birmingham that two article
(5077)Mr John Cunningham (West Somerset Free Press)
Mr John Cunningham of Minehead complained that an article reporting his daughters inquest had been
(5078)Alderman Iris Robinson MP (The Sunday Times)
Alderman Iris Robinson MP MLA complained that a report that she had earned a double censure from t
(5079)Lord Justice Sedley (The Independent on Sunday)
Lord Justice Sedley complained that an article contained an inaccurate account of the High Courts d
(5080)Dr Bob Rollins (Men's Health Magazine)
Dr Bob Rollins of London complained that the front cover of the magazine misled readers as to the co
(5081)Mr Haydn Williams (Tivy-Side Advertiser)
Mr Haydn Williams of Cardigan complained that a report of an alleged investigation into a charity fo
(5082)Mr Adam Sawyer (The News (Portsmouth))

Mr Adam Sawyer of Portsmouth complained that an article reporting his conviction for violent disorde

(5083)Commander Brian Paddick (The Sunday Times)
Commander Brian Paddick of London complained that the newspaper had inaccurately called him an outs
(5084)Mr Haydn Williams (Cambrian News)
Mr Haydn Williams of Cardigan complained that a report of an alleged investigation into a charity fo
(5085)Mrs Lyndsey Derbyshire (The Independent on Sunday)
Mrs Lyndsey Derbyshire of Eastern Leicester NHS Primary Care Trust complained about claims in an art
(5086)Ms Vicky OHare (Newbury & Thatcham Chronicle)
Ms Vicky OHare complained that an article reporting the death of her father was inaccurate and inse
(5087)Ms Vicky OHare (Newbury Weekly News)
Ms Vicky OHare complained that an article reporting the death of her father was inaccurate and inse
(5088)Trafford Mental Health Advocacy Service on behalf of Ms Farzana Azam (That's Life)
Trafford Mental Health Advocacy Service complained on behalf of Ms Farzana Azam that an account of a
(5089)Mr Andrew Dutton (Gloucestershire Echo)
Mr Andrew Dutton of Worcestershire complained that a report of his appeal against a Solicitors Disci
(5090)Mr David Griffith (The Citizen (Gloucester))

Mr David Griffith of Gloucester complained that an article identified his fifteen-year-old son as a

(5091)Jemima Khan (The Mail on Sunday)
Jemima Khan complained through solicitors that an article contained information and quotes atrribute
(5092)Ms Jo Moore (Daily Express)
Ms Jo Moore of London complained that articles about her alleged involvement in releasing rail perfo
(5093)Hannah Ali (Daily Mail)
Hannah Ali of Balham complained on behalf of her mother that a feature on British Muslims one year a
(5094)Dr Brian Boughton (Dartmouth Chronicle)
Dr Brian Boughton of Dartmouth complained that a report regarding a proposed recreational centre for
(5095)Dr Imran Waheed, the representative of Hizb ut-Tahrir Britain (Time)
Dr Imran Waheed, the representative of Hizb ut-Tahrir Britain, complained that an article had inaccu
(5096)Dr Phill Edwards, press officer for the BNP (The Independent)
Dr Phill Edwards, press officer for the BNP, complained that the newspaper had inaccurately reported
(5097)The Council of the Borough of Oswestry (Shropshire Star)
The Council of the Borough of Oswestry complained about inaccuracies and misleading statements in a
(5098)A woman (Knaresborough Post)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that articles published in the Harrogate Adver

(5099)Mrs S Aldred (Daily Mail)
Mrs S Aldred complained that articles headlined Another 200 and Phone terror b
(5100)A woman (Scottish News of the World)

A woman complained through solicitors for BBC Scotland that an article headlined Gay BBC weather gi

(5101)A woman (Harrogate Advertiser)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that articles published in the Harrogate Adver

(5102)Schillings solicitors on behalf of Bernie Ecclestone (The Mail on Sunday)
Schillings solicitors complained on behalf of Bernie Ecclestone, his wife Slavica and his daughter T
(5103)Mr Roy McIntosh (Sunday World)
Mr Roy McIntosh complained that an article headlined Fairy fest probed by the PSNI published in th
(5104)Ms Karen Tomlinson (Peterborough Evening Telegraph)
Ms Karen Tomlinson of Peterborough complained that articles published in the Peterborough Evening Te
(5105)Ms Emily Jennings (Eastbourne Gazette)
Ms Emily Jennings of Crawley complained that a reporter from the Eastbourne Gazette approached both
(5106)Mrs June Jennings (Daily Express)
Mrs June Jennings of Essex complained that an article included incorrect information about the survi
(5107)A man (Stirling Observer)
A man from Dunblane complained that a report of a traffic incident involving himself and his wife ha
(5108)Mr Brian Kearney (Wirral Globe)
Mr Brian Kearney of Wirral complained that a report of a trial misleadingly described the stage at w
(5109)Mr Dan Maskall, press officer of the Metropolitan Police, complained on behalf of a Mrs Fugah (Daily Mail)
Mr Dan Maskall, press officer of the Metropolitan Police, complained on behalf of a Mrs Fugah, who c
(5110)Mrs Rosslyn Boggis the proprietor of RB Equestrian (Milton Keynes on Sunday)
Mrs Rosslyn Boggis, the proprietor of RB Equestrian, complained that the newspaper had wrongly inclu
(5111)Simon Lansdowne (Swindon Advertiser)
Simon Lansdowne of Wiltshire complained that an interview with his adult daughter contained inaccura
(5112)Kevin Scott (The Post)
Kevin Scott of Gateshead complained that his photograph accompanied a football match report featurin
(5113)Jean Corston MP, Chair of the Joint Select Committee on Human Rights (The Times)
Jean Corston MP, Chair of the Joint Select Committee on Human Rights, complained that a headline in a
(5114)Mr D Brooks (Weston & Somerset Mercury)

Mr D Brooks of Weston Super Mare complained on behalf of Ms Nina Herzberg that an article reporting

(5115)Mr Peter Cheetham (Oldham Advertiser)
Mr Peter Cheetham, of Oldham, complained that the newspaper had insensitively published a photograph
(5116)Mme Barre (Hackney Gazette)
Mme Barre of Chatenay Malabry, France complained that an article about her sons suicide had implied
(5117)Dr Dennis Leech (Sunday Mercury)
Dr Dennis Leech of Coventry complained about a report that he had signed a petition advocating a boy
(5118)Ms Miranda Darroch (Chat)
Ms Miranda Darroch of Cumnoch complained that an account of her relationship with her former partner
(5119)Mr Steve Hounsham of Transport 2000 (Eastern Daily Press)
Mr Steve Hounsham, of Transport 2000, complained that a comment piece on the subject of speeding on
(5120)Mr David Twitchings (Northants Evening Telegraph)

Mr David Twitchings, of Rushden, complained that an article inaccurately stated that the Terry John

(5121)Mrs Sarah-Jane Gee (East Anglian News Service)
Mrs Sarah-Jane Gee of Ipswich complained that the news agency had supplied pictures of her daughters
(5122)Hampshire Constabulary (Southern Daily Echo)
Hampshire Constabulary complained on behalf of an officer that report on a potential support network
(5123)Mr Tony Bennett (Freedom Today)
Mr Tony Bennett of Harlow complained that an article had inaccurately reported his legal rights afte
(5124)Ms Laura Richards (The Independent on Sunday)
Ms Laura Richards of Bath complained that an article on martial arts-style sport extreme fighting in
(5125)Mr Torje Eike (Evening Standard)
Mr Torje Eike, physiotherapist and fitness trainer to Mick Jagger, complained that the newspaper had
(5126)Mr Brown (Middlesbrough Evening Gazette)
Mr Brown of Cleveland complained that a photograph was inaccurately labelled as depicting Middlesbor
(5127)Lord May of Oxford, the President of the Royal Society (The Independent)
Lord May of Oxford, the President of the Royal Society, complained that an article had inaccurately
(5128)Mrs Sarah-Jane Gee (The Sun)
Mrs Sarah-Jane Gee of Ipswich complained that the newspaper had published a photograph containing he
(5129)Reverend David McIlveen (Sunday Life)
Reverend David McIlveen of Belfast complained that the newspaper had inaccurately claimed that a pol
(5130)Mrs J Waters (Daily Express)
Mrs J Waters of Essex complained that an article included incorrect information about the survival r
(5131)Mrs M Dobson (Express & Star (Wolverhampton))

Mrs M Dobson of Walsall complained that an article had included the inaccurate claim that her son ha

(5132)Mr Jay Spencer, Managing Director of the fbi.agency (Scarborough Evening News)
Mr Jay Spencer, Managing Director of the fbi.agency, complained that an article inaccurately suggest
(5133)Dr T Bradshaw (Nursing Times)
Dr T Bradshaw of Oxford complained on behalf of his wife, Dr Ann Bradshaw, that a review of her rece
(5134)Mrs Sarah-Jane Gee (Daily Star)
Mrs Sarah-Jane Gee of Ipswich complained that the newspaper had published a photograph containing he
(5135)Mr and Mrs Hart (Daily Express)
Mr and Mrs Hart of St Ives complained that an interview with the current proprietors of a hotel they
(5136)Mrs Iris Baker (Wilts & Gloucestershire Standard)
Mrs Iris Baker of Tetbury complained that the newspaper had published an article in which she, as th
(5137)Mr Jalaluddin Patel of Hizb ut-Tahrir Britain (The Guardian)
Mr Jalaluddin Patel of Hizb ut-Tahrir Britain complained that his organisation had featured in an ar
(5138)Corporal Jamie Weaver (Daily Record)
Corporal Jamie Weaver complained that his photograph, taken during an exercise in the State of Oman,
(5139)Mr David Carden, the Town Clerk of Burgess Hill Town Council (Daily Mail)
Mr David Carden, the Town Clerk of Burgess Hill Town Council, complained that an article had inaccur
(5140)Robert McLean, the executive officer of the Grand Orange Lodge of Scotland (Daily Record)
Robert McLean, the executive officer of the Grand Orange Lodge of Scotland, complained that an artic
(5141)Mrs Sarah-Jane Gee (Evening Star (Ipswich))

Mrs Sarah-Jane Gee complained that the newspaper had released a photograph, which included her two daughter

(5142)Mr Gordon Milne (Scottish Sun)
Mr Gordon Milne of Elgin complained that an article about his sons death in a car accident inaccura
(5143)Ms Patricia McKeever (The Sunday Times (Scotland))
Ms Patricia McKeever of Kilsyth complained of inaccuracies in an interview with her on the subject o
(5144)Ms Nancy Kirui, the Kenyan High Commissioner in London (The Sunday Times)
Ms Nancy Kirui, the Kenyan High Commissioner in London, complained that an article was inaccurate in
(5145)Peter Bradley MP (Sunday Express)
Peter Bradley MP complained that an article whose headline suggested that a village in his constitue
(5146)Mr and Mrs P Harrison (Leatherhead Advertiser)
Mr and Mrs P Harrison of Leatherhead complained that an article included sufficient information for
(5147)Mrs S Granton (Liverpool Daily Post (Welsh edition))

Mrs S Granton of Llanfairpwll, Anglesey, complained that her 15 year-old daughter had been interview

(5148)Thames Valley Police (Metro)
Thames Valley Police complained on behalf of an unnamed victim of sexual assault that an article hea
(5149)A woman (The Daily Telegraph)
A woman complained through solicitors that material contained in an article headlined The lost chil
(5150)A woman (South Wales Evening Post)
A woman from Llanelli complained that an article published in the South Wales Evening Post on 8 Apri
(5151)Mr Andrew Hall (The Argus (Eastbourne))
Mr Andrew Hall of Eastbourne complained that an article headlined Terror of girl in kidnap bid pub
(5152)A reader (The Port Talbot Tribune)
A reader from Port Talbot complained that an article had intruded into her private life, and that of
(5153)Councillor Jessie Linstead (County Border News)
Councillor Jessie Linstead of Surrey complained that the newspaper had published a letter which cont
(5154)Mr Kevin Scott (Sunday Mirror)
Mr Kevin Scott of Gateshead complained that an article was inaccurate in stating that he had been co
(5155)Mr Kevin Scott (Daily Mirror)
Mr Kevin Scott of Gateshead complained that the article had inaccurately suggested that he had been
(5156)Mr Karl Hartey (Oswestry & Borders County Advertizer)
Mr Karl Hartey of Weston Rhyn complained that an article had named his house and incorrectly stated
(5157)Mrs Margaret Ruddlesden (Bella)
Mrs Margaret Ruddlesden of Portbury, Bristol, complained that a reference to her in an article about
(5158)Mr Colin Jordan (Scotland on Sunday)
Mr Colin Jordan of Diabaig complained that an article about his objection to a multi-faith sanctuar
(5159)Mrs J Rossi (Daily Mail)
Mrs J Rossi, the Director of Manor Hotel in Kent, complained that an article had included a photogra
(5160)Mr Mark McKelvie (Kilmarnock Standard)
Mr Mark McKelvie of Kilmarnock complained that an article concerning an extension on his home includ
(5161)Mr James Innes (Hull Daily Mail)
Mr James Innes of Hull complained that an article may have misleadingly implied that a local surgeon
(5162)Miss M A Bradshaw and Mrs S Madgin (Chard & Ilminster News)
Miss M A Bradshaw and Mrs S Madgin of Somerset complained that an article concerning the death of Mi
(5163)Ms Amanda Hume (Daily Mail)
Ms Amanda Hume of East London complained that the newspaper had altered a photograph of the road on
(5164)Brentwood & District Mental Health Association (Romford Recorder)
Mr Alan Davies, the Chief Executive of the Brentwood & District Mental Health Association, complaine
(5165)Dr Imran Waheed (The Times)
Dr Imran Waheed, of Hizb ut-Tahrir, complained that an article made incorrect allegations about the
(5166)Mr Mark Fenwick (Daily Mail)
Mr Mark Fenwick of Middlesex objected to a photograph of him used to illustrate an article on the Na
(5167)Mr Clive Bennett (The Daily Telegraph)
Mr Clive Bennett, the proprietor of the Flackley Ash Hotel, complained that the picture of the four-
(5168)Mr Dave Bull (The Mail on Sunday)
Mr Dave Bull of Eastleigh complained that reference to the amount of compensation awarded to a forme
(5169)Mr and Mrs Milloy (Sunday Mail)
Mr and Mrs Milloy of Lanarkshire complained that a photograph, which appeared in the Daily Record an
(5170)Mr and Mrs Milloy (Daily Record)
Mr and Mrs Milloy of Lanarkshire complained that a photograph, which appeared in the Daily Record an
(5171)Mrs Angela Gallacher (Daily Record)
Mrs Angela Gallacher of Ayrshire complained that a photograph, which appeared in the Daily Record, h
(5172)The Rt Hon Lord Irvine of Lairg (The Mail on Sunday)
The Rt Hon Lord Irvine of Lairg complained that an article intruded into the privacy of his son.
(5173)Department for International Development (The Independent)
Clare Short MP complained that the first edition of a story about a World Bank subsidy to Lakshmi Mi
(5174)Electoral Reform Society (Evening Standard)
Mr Alex Folkes, Press and Campaigns Officer of the Electoral Reform Society, complained that an arti
(5175)Mr John P Welch (Press Association)
Mr John P Welch of Merseyside complained that PA News incorrectly attributed a goal in the Champions
(5176)ArmorGroup Services Ltd (The Herald (Glasgow))

ArmorGroup Services Ltd of London SW1 complained that an article headlined Guns for hiring and firi

(5177)Mr Daniel Diamond (Sunday World)
Mr Daniel Diamond of Belfast complained that an article incorrectly stated that his son, Eoin, lives
(5178)Mr Alan Berg (The Times)
Mr Alan Berg of London complained that important events had been omitted from a 'conflict chronology
(5179)Newham Healthcare NHS Trust (Sunday Mirror)
Ms Kathy Watkins, Chief Executive of Newham Healthcare NHS Trust, complained that an article about c
(5180)Ms Julia Hynard (Daily Mail)
Ms Julia Hynard of Hampshire complained that an article inaccurately suggested that her nephew had d
(5181)Ms Theresa Mullane (The Times Educational Supplement)
Ms Theresa Mullane, of Pinner in Middlesex, complained that an article by a headteacher regarding an
(5182)Peter Robinson MP (The People)
Mr Peter Robinson MP complained that a pre-election profile of him contained a number of inaccuracie
(5183)Welsh Assembly Government (Western Mail)
Mr Tim Hartley, Head of News for the Welsh Assembly Government, complained that the newspaper had in
(5184)Rt. Hon Baroness Dean of Thornton-le-Fylde (The Sunday Times)
Rt. Hon Baroness Dean of Thornton-le-Fylde complained that an article inaccurately stated she had le
(5185)Mr Cass Mann, of the AIDS charity Positively Healthy (Pink Paper)

Mr Cass Mann, of the AIDS charity Positively Healthy, complained that an article inaccurately report

(5186)Mr and Mrs Jamson (Mansfield & Ashfield Chad)

Mr and Mrs Jamson of Pleasley complained that an article about a local lottery winner included a pho

(5187)Mr Kevin Cahill (Country Illustrated with Hunting)
Mr Kevin Cahill of Exeter complained that a review of his book was misleading.
(5188)Ms Carol Vorderman (Daily Mail)
Ms Carol Vorderman complained that an article had inaccurately said that she was planning to pose fo
(5189)Mr Owain Williams (Welsh Daily Mirror)

Mr Owain Williams, the Chairman of the Independent Wales Party, complained that an article inaccurat

(5190)Mr Melvyne Cunliffe (Therapy Weekly)
Mr Melvyne Cunliffe of Chorley complained that his letter on the subject of abortion had been unfair
(5191)Mrs Dawn Cumming (Scottish Sun)
Mrs Dawn Cumming of West Lothian complained that a report of her sons death had contained inaccurac
(5192)Mr W Q Cumming (Scottish Sun)
Mr W Q Cumming of Falkirk complained that a report of his sons death had contained inaccuracies add
(5193)Dr Graham Cresswell (The Times)
Dr Graham Cresswell of Hampshire complained that an article on the dangers of flying, especially reg
(5194)Mr and Mrs T M Kirk (Guernsey Press and Star)
Mr and Mrs T M Kirk of Guernsey complained that an article reporting the inquest into the death of t
(5195)Ms Joanne Gallimore (Tameside Advertiser)
Ms Joanne Gallimore of Manchester complained that an article regarding a fatal road accident had inc
(5196)Chester & Ellesmere Port Independent Advocacy (Chester Chronicle)
Ms Deborah Robinson of the Chester & Ellesmere Port Independent Advocacy complained on behalf of Ms
(5197)Mr Richard Arthurs (The Leeds Guide)
Mr Richard Arthurs complained that an article inaccurately represented an interview he had given, an
(5198)Mr Kerry Pollard MP (St Albans & Harpenden Observer)
Mr Kerry Pollard, MP for St Albans, complained that an article regarding a proposed hotel developmen
(5199)Mr Adam Higgitt (Western Mail)
Mr Adam Higgitt of Cardiff complained that two articles had inaccurately reported the status of the
(5200)Dr Phill Edwards, National Press Officer of the British National Party (The Times)
Dr Phill Edwards, National Press Officer of the British National Party, complained to the Press Comp
(5201)A man (Daily Mail)
Solicitors complained on behalf of a man that a journalist had interviewed his mother in a residenti
(5202)Miss Barbara J Crompton, Headmistress of Kent College Pembury (Evening Standard)
Miss Barbara J Crompton, the Headmistress of Kent College Pembury, complained that the behaviour of
(5203)Mr Jimmi Harkishin (Sunday Sport)
Mr Jimmi Harkishin complained through Granada Television that an article headlined Corrie Jim
(5204)Mr Hugh Tunbridge (Dorking Advertiser)

Embargo 00.01hrsThursday 23 May 2002Mr Hugh Tunbridge of Dorking complained that an article publishe

(5205)Messrs Theodore Goddard on behalf of Mr Steve Bing (Daily Mirror)
Embargo 00.01hrsThursday 23 May 2002Theodore Goddard, solicitors of London EC1, complained on behalf
(5206)The Rt Hon Charles Clarke MP (The Times)
The Rt Hon Charles Clarke MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined
(5207)Mrs Veronica Strongman (Woman's Own)
Mrs Veronica Strongman of Bournemouth complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article
(5208)Mr and Mrs Potts (Rock Sound)
Mr and Mrs Potts from Douglas, Isle of Man, complained that a letter and an advertisement purporting
(5209)Mr Ron Sorrell (Daily Mail)
Mr Ron Sorrell of Essex complained on behalf of and with the signed authorisation of his daughter Na
(5210)Mrs C M Wyatt (BBC Good Food Magazine)
Mrs C M Wyatt complained that the front cover of the magazine had carried the headline '20 half-hour
(5211)Mr Norman Wright (The Times Educational Supplement)
Mr Norman Wright of Hove complained about an articles claims that allegations over lower tax relief
(5212)Mrs Sherree Hatch (Exeter Express & Echo)

Mrs Sherree Hatch of Exeter complained that an article reporting her gratitude towards a number of s

(5213)A man (South Wales Evening Post)
A man from Port Talbot complained that a photograph of a gravestone and accompanying article reporti
(5214)Mr Craig Jones (The Sunday Times)
Mr Craig Jones of Brighton complained that an article made pejorative references to him in breach of
(5215)PC Glyn Walker (Daily Mail)
PC Glyn Walker of Ashford complained that an article about working conditions in the police force wa
(5216)Mr E Maher (Muswell Hill Journal)
Mr E Maher complained that an article, reporting the death of his nephew, was intrusive at a particu
(5217)Bernard OMahoney (The People)
Bernard OMahoney of Peterborough complained that an article inaccurately stated that he had been in
(5218)The Chief Executive of Kilmarnock Football Club, representing the player Tommy Johnson (The Herald (Glasgow))
The Chief Executive of Kilmarnock Football Club, representing the player Tommy Johnson, complained t
(5219)Mrs M Parker (Evening Telegraph & Post)
Mrs M Parker of Neath complained that a review of her caf, Fine China, had contained inaccuracies.
(5220)Mr Asif Tufal (The Times Educational Supplement)
Mr Asif Tufal of Leeds complained about the accuracy of an article reporting claims that his website
(5221)Mr K A R J Williams (The Herald (Plymouth))

Mr K A R J Williams of Devon complained that an article inaccurately reported a memorial service for

(5222)Mr Tony McGinn (Reading Chronicle)
Mr Tony McGinn of Berkshire complained that an article describing how a fast food restaurant had bee
(5223)Mrs Alicia Rae (The Courier (Dundee))

Mrs Alicia Rae of Crieff complained that an article about her sons failed attempt to appeal against

(5224)Mrs J Sallie (Sunday Mail)
Mrs J Sallie of Sanquhar complained that an article about a drug dealer included a photograph of her
(5225)Mr P S Michaelis (Jewish Chronicle)
Mr P S Michaelis complained that the online edition of the Jewish Chronicle contained inaccurate dat
(5226)Mr Scott-MacLeod Collins (Scottish Sun)
Mr Scott-MacLeod Collins of Edinburgh complained that a report of a peaceful animal rights protest o
(5227)Mr Eric Hamer (Bury Times)
Mr Eric Hamer of Bury complained that a piece in the newspapers announcements column appeared to ha
(5228)Mr T Mellor (The Times)
Mr T Mellor of Middlesex complained that the subheading Smoking dope may be legal was misleading t
(5229)The Reverend Chris Stone (Kentish Times)
The Reverend Chris Stone complained on behalf of the Bishop of Rochester that the newspaper had inte
(5230)A reader (Sunday Express)
A reader complained that an article included both his name and his profession without his consent in
(5231)Miss Irene Cudd (Surrey Comet)
Miss Irene Cudd of Esher complained that an article inaccurately described the lifestyle of a local
(5232)Cilla Black (The People)
Cilla Black complained through solicitors Denton Wilde Sapte about an article which was based on an
(5233)Mr Nicolas Kent (The Sunday Times)
Mr Nicolas Kent, of the Tricycle Theatre, Kilburn, complained that an article was inaccurate in its
(5234)Mr John R Hill (What Car)
Mr John R Hill of Northern Ireland complained that an issue of What Car? contained inaccurate inform
(5235)Mr Peter Walker (The Echo (Southend))

Mr Peter Walker of Southend-on-Sea complained that a newspaper article did not reflect the position

(5236)Sports Vision Association (The Sunday Times)
Dr N A Smith of Sprotbrough complained that he had been misquoted in an article as saying that you
(5237)Mr P Stimpson (Braintree and Witham Times)
Mr P Stimpson, of Earls Colne, complained that an article was misleading in stating that the newspap
(5238)Mr P Stimpson (Colchester Gazette)

Mr P Stimpson, of Earls Colne, complained that an article was misleading in stating that the newspap

(5239)Mr P Stimpson (Sunday Mirror)
Mr P Stimpson, of Earls Colne, complained that an article inaccurately stated that he had demanded a
(5240)Mr Anthony McDaid (Evening Standard)
Mr Anthony McDaid of Surrey complained that an article had inaccurately reported the price increase
(5241)Group Captain Peaker (The Times)
Group Captain Peaker queried whether a front-page photograph published on 14 November 2001 had been
(5242)Miss Kiran Bhambra (Eastern Eye)
Miss Kiran Bhambra complained that a photograph of her had accompanied a comment on Afghanistan that
(5243)Mr D Walker (News Post Leader)
Mr D Walker complained that an article, which reported the recent death of his wife, was insensitive
(5244)Mrs Valerie Jennings (Daily Mirror)
Mrs Valerie Jennings of Ilkeston complained that an article reporting her daughters death in a spee
(5245)Michael Mates MP (The Mail on Sunday)
Michael Mates MP complained that an article about his daughters marriage was inaccurate and that an
(5246)A reader (Sunday Mirror)

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(5247)A reader (The People)

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(5248)A reader (Daily Mail)

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(5249)A reader (The Mail on Sunday)

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(5250)Railtrack plc (The Independent)
Mr Kevin Groves, Acting Head of Media, Railtrack plc, complained to the Press Complaints Commission
(5251)Prime Minister and Mrs Blair (Daily Mail)

The Prime Minister and Mrs Blair complained that articles headlined "Quiet flows the don as Euan opt

(5252)A reader (News of the World)

EMBARGO 00.01 21 MARCH 2002The Press Complaints Commission has investigated claims that five nationa

(5253)Mrs Kim Noble (Jersey Evening Post)
Mrs Kim Noble of St Clement in Jersey complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a letter he
(5254)Mr John Pope on behalf of Northwick Park Hospital (Evening Standard)
Mr John Pope complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of Northwick Park Hospital, Mid
(5255)Mr Colin Eves, the headmaster of Brecon High School (Brecon & Radnor Express)
Mr Colin Eves, the headmaster of Brecon High School, complained to the Press Complaints Commission t
(5256)Prime Minister and Mrs Blair (The Daily Telegraph)

The Prime Minister and Mrs Blair complained that articles headlined "Quiet flows the don as Euan opt

(5257)Mrs Jennifer Boyle (Rugby Advertiser)
Mrs Jennifer Boyle complained that an article was inaccurate and misleading in its description of tr
(5258)Aldo Nardini Snr, Mrs Alexandra Nardini, Aldo Nardini Jnr and Daniela Nardini (Sunday Mail)
Aldo Nardini Snr, Mrs Alexandra Nardini, Aldo Nardini Jnr and Daniela Nardini, all of Largs, complai
(5259)Mr Mark Whiteley (Daily Mail)
Mr Mark Whiteley complained, through solicitors, that an article was inaccurate in stating that the
(5260)Miss Cathy MacDonald (Daily Mail)
Miss Cathy MacDonald complained through her agent Mr David Meehan that an article inaccurately said
(5261)Miss Hazel Irvine (Scottish Daily Mail)
Miss Hazel Irvine complained through her agent Mr David Meehan that an article inaccurately said tha
(5262)Dean Gaffney (News of the World)
Dean Gaffney, of London, complained through his agent that an article, which reported an alleged sex
(5263)Mrs Hilda May Joyce (Chat)
Mrs Hilda May Joyce of North Wales complained that an article describing how she had gradually redis
(5264)Mrs Susan Batley (News Shopper (Bromley))

Ms Susan Batley of Kent complained on behalf of her sister Mrs Elizabeth Sharpe, that an article had

(5265)Mr David Marsh (The People)
Mr David Marsh of Ventnor complained that an interview with his partners ex-husband on the subject
(5266)Ms Glynis Flynn (The People)
Ms Glynis Flynn of Ventnor complained that an interview with her ex-husband on the subject of their
(5267)A couple (Scottish Sun)
A couple complained that an article had published intrusive material about their sons health and th
(5268)Mr John J Owens (Sunday Mail)
John J Owens, Chief Executive of Lanarkshire Hospitals Acute NHS Trust, complained that three articl
(5269)Ms Khurshid Aulia (Asian Xpress)
Ms Khurshid Aulia complained on behalf, and with the signed authorisation of, her brother, the music
(5270)Ms Janet Davis (Daily Mail)
Ms Janet Davis complained that an article had misleadingly reported details of a court case involvin
(5271)Mr R T Morris (The Welsh News Service)
Mr R T Morris complained, on behalf of Coedffranc Community Council, that the Wales News Service had
(5272)Mr Peter White (Eastbourne Herald)
Mr Peter White, the Secretary of the The Royal Eastbourne Golf Club, complained that an article gave
(5273)Mr Aurel Sercu (Daily Express)
Mr Aurel Sercu, on behalf of an amateur archaeology group called the Diggers, complained that an art
(5274)Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council (Solihull News)
Ms Katherine Kerswell, the Chief Executive of the Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council, complained
(5275)Ms Sara Cox (The People)
Ms Sara Cox complained through Talkback Management that photographs of her and her husband were take
(5276)Mr G Goodwin (The Mail on Sunday)
Mr G Goodwin of Berkshire complained that an article giving an account of life in Afghanistan under
(5277)Mr Matthew M MacIver (Daily Mail)
Mr Matthew M MacIver of the General Teaching Council for Scotland complained that an article about t
(5278)Mr John Home Robertson MSP (Daily Record)
Mr John Home Robertson, a member of the Scottish Parliament, complained that an article inaccurately
(5279)Ms Katherine Sunderland (Sunday Mirror)
Ms Katherine Sunderland of London complained that an article about a family with links to Osama bin
(5280)Mrs C McVey (News & Star)
Ms C McVey of Carlisle complained that a photograph and number of a house she owned had been publish
(5281)Irish RLFC Vice-Chairman Mr John Maguire (Halifax Evening Courier)

Irish RLFC Vice-Chairman Mr John Maguire complained that his remarks to a reporter had been inaccura

(5282)Mr J Alan Donnelly (Evening Express (Aberdeen))
Mr J Alan Donnelly of Aberdeen complained that an article inaccurately reported that he was taking A
(5283)Mr J Alan Donnelly (Press & Journal (Aberdeen))

Mr J Alan Donnelly of Aberdeen complained that an article inaccurately reported that he was taking A

(5284)Stuart Walker (News of the World)
Stuart Walker of Southport complained that a photograph of his son wearing RAF camouflage had been i
(5285)Mr Scott Mauchlen (The Orcadian)
Mr Scott Mauchlen of Orkney complained that an article about him being cleared from the charge of ab
(5286)Mrs Avril Johns (Derbyshire Times)
Mrs Avril Johns, Chief Executive of the Chesterfield and North Derbyshire Royal Hospital, complained
(5287)A couple (The Herald (Glasgow))
A couple complained that a number of articles had published intrusive material about their sons hea
(5288)A couple (Aberdeen & District Independent)
A couple complained that an article had published intrusive material about their sons health and th
(5289)A couple (Daily Record)
A couple complained that an article had published intrusive material about their sons health and th
(5290)Ms June Nelsey (Daily Star)
Ms June Nelsey, the director of the Monkbar Hotel in York, complained that a piece about the hotel w
(5291)Mrs Adele Sheerman (Sunday Express)
Mrs Adele Sheerman of Aldershot complained that a journalist had spoken to her son without her conse
(5292)The Rt Hon Stephen Byers MP (Daily Mail)
The Rt Hon Stephen Byers MP complained that an article about a DTI investigation into companies asso
(5293)Vanessa Feltz (Daily Mirror)

Vanessa Feltz complained to the Press Complaints Commission through solicitors TSS Law of London tha

(5294)A woman (Guernsey Press and Star)

A woman from Guernsey complained that an article had published details about her health.

(5295)Miss Jane Andrews (Daily Mail)
Miss Jane Andrews of HMP Bullwood Hall, Essex, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a
(5296)Miss Jane Andrews (Daily Mirror)
Miss Jane Andrews of HMP Bullwood Hall, Essex, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an
(5297)Naomi Russell (Sunday Sport)
Granada Media plc complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of Miss Naomi Russell that
(5298)Vanessa Feltz (Sunday Mirror)

Vanessa Feltz complained to the Press Complaints Commission through solicitors TSS Law of London tha

(5299)A reader (Daily Express)
A reader complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined Why do I have to t
(5300)A couple (Press & Journal (Aberdeen))

A couple complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a number of articles published in the Pr

(5301)A couple (Evening Express (Aberdeen))
A couple complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a number of articles published in the Ev
(5302)de Silva/Wijeyesinghe (The Sunday Times)
Mr Neville de Silva of Harrow and Mr Bodipala Wijeyesinghe of Carshalton complained separately that
(5303)Mrs Primrose Shipman complained through Messrs Pannone and Partners (Daily Mirror)
Mrs Primrose Shipman complained through Messrs Pannone and Partners of Manchester that material cont
(5304)J K Rowling (OK! Magazine)
JK Rowling complained through solicitors Burness, of Glasgow, that photographs of her daughter publi
(5305)Mr Wilfred Potter (Daily Mail)
Mr Wilfred Potter complained that an article about feuding neighbours wrongly identified him as the
(5306)Mr G Makin (Wigan Observer)
Mr G Makin of Wigan complained on behalf of his son that reports of his court appearances had been i
(5307)Mr G Makin (Wigan Evening Post)
Mr G Makin of Wigan complained on behalf of his son that reports of his court appearances had been i
(5308)Mr John Townend (Yorkshire Evening Post)

Mr John Townend complained that he had been inaccurately quoted as suggesting that the British were

(5309)Ms Eirian James (Tivy-Side Advertiser)
Ms Eirian James, of Cardigan, complained that an article, which reported that a man had been found g
(5310)The Rt Hon Jack Cunningham MP (The Times)
The Rt Hon Jack Cunningham MP complained that an article inaccurately stated that he had been a refe
(5311)Mr John Townend (The Times)
Mr John Townend of Hull complained that he had been inaccurately quoted as suggesting that the Briti
(5312)Mr Alexander Moffat (Scottish Sun)
Mr Alexander Moffat of Edinburgh complained that an article contained inaccuracies.
(5313)Samantha Goodman (The Sun)
Samantha Goodman of Kidderminster complained that her comments on the use of NHS money had been inac
(5314)Mr M R Thakur (The Reporter)
Mr M R Thakur,of Saffron Walden complained that an article inaccurately stated that a racially aggra
(5315)Mrs Gillian Gibbs (The News (Portsmouth))
Mrs Gillian Gibbs of Portsmouth complained that the newspaper had printed a photograph of her husban
(5316)Ms Claire Curtis-Thomas MP (The Mail on Sunday)
Ms Claire Curtis-Thomas MP complained on behalf of her constituent Sister Marie Clune that an articl
(5317)Ms Sheila Selhan (The Mail on Sunday)
Ms Sheila Selhan complained that a relative of Jon Venables may have received payment for speaking t
(5318)Douglas McWilliams (The Guardian)
Douglas McWilliams, the chief executive of the Centre for Economics and Business Research, complaine
(5319)Mr John Cleese (The People)
Mr John Cleese of Santa Barbara, California, complained that an article gave the misleading impressi
(5320)Ms Susanne Radmann (Sunday Independent)
Ms Susanne Radmann of Exeter complained that an article and accompanying editorial had contained ina
(5321)Councillor John Hopkins (South Wales Argus)
Councillor John Hopkins of Ebbw Vale complained that the newspaper had published a letter alleging t
(5322)Mr Brian Coates (Shropshire Star)
Mr Brian Coates of Telford complained through solicitors that a report of a recent trial inaccuratel
(5323)Mrs Caroline Hodge (Selby Times)
Mrs Caroline Hodge of Selby complained that two articles about her brother published before and afte
(5324)Mr P M Fairweather (Scottish Daily Mirror)

Mr P M Fairweather, Factor of Argyll Estates, complained that a report of the death of Ian Campbell,

(5325)Mr Dale Proctor (Scarborough Evening News)
Mr Dale Proctor of the Scarborough Autograss Club complained of inaccuracies in a piece reporting on
(5326)Mr Kevin McNally (North-West Evening Mail)

Mr Kevin McNally of Cumbria complained that an article reporting an industrial tribunal for unfair d

(5327)Ms Sheila Selhan (News of the World)
Ms Sheila Selhan complained that a relative of Jon Venables may have received payment for speaking t
(5328)Mr Julian Peddle (Milton Keynes Citizen)
Mr Julian Peddle, the Managing Director of MK Metro, complained that an article was inaccurate and m
(5329)Messrs Paul Dawson, Matthew Hill and James Freeman (Melton Times)
Messrs Paul Dawson, Matthew Hill and James Freeman complained through solicitors about an article re
(5330)Ms Claire Curtis-Thomas MP (Liverpool Echo)
Ms Claire Curtis-Thomas MP complained on behalf of her constituent Sister Marie Clune that an articl
(5331)Ms Claire Curtis-Thomas MP (Liverpool Daily Post)
Ms Claire Curtis-Thomas MP complained on behalf of her constituent Sister Marie Clune that an articl
(5332)The East Midlands Region NFU on behalf of the Russon family (Lincolnshire Echo)
The East Midlands Region NFU complained on behalf of the Russon family that enquiries made by a news
(5333)Mr G Makin (Leigh Journal)
Mr G Makin of Wigan complained on behalf of his son that articles detailing his court appearances ha
(5334)Mr G Webster (Leicester Mercury)
Mr G Webster of Sileby complained that an article had inaccurately reported details surrounding the
(5335)A woman (Lancashire Telegraph)

A woman complained that a report concerning criminal charges brought against her husband had identif

(5336)Councillor John C. Murphy (Hounslow & Chiswick Informer)
Councillor John C. Murphy complained that an article attributed remarks to him, that he had never ac
(5337)John Home Robertson, MSP for East Lothian (Edinburgh Evening News)
John Home Robertson, MSP for East Lothian, complained that an article criticising a visit to Barcelo
(5338)Mrs Barbara Francis (The Echo (Southend))

Mrs Barbara Francis of Leigh on Sea complained that a report of her sons death misleadingly and ina

(5339)Ms Carol Measham (Derby Telegraph)

Ms Carol Measham of Derby complained that an article was inaccurate in stating that a Brownie pack h

(5340)Ms Lynn Mitchell manager of Oakwood Community Centre (Derby Telegraph)

Ms Lynn Mitchell, manager of Oakwood Community Centre in Derby, complained that an article had inacc

(5341)Mrs B Williams (Daily Star)
Mrs B Williams of Argyll complained that her house had been depicted in a photograph purporting to s
(5342)Mr Hidetoshi Nakata (Daily Star)
Mr Hidetoshi Nakata complained through solicitors, Eversheds of Manchester, that an article implied
(5343)Mrs Glennys Sanders MBE (Daily Record)
Mrs Glennys Sanders MBE, of the Guillain-Barre syndrome support group, complained that an article de
(5344)Mr and Mrs W McLaughlin (Daily Record)
Mr and Mrs W McLaughlin of East Kilbride complained that an article identified their young son who h
(5345)The Rt Hon Baroness Jay of Paddington (Daily Mail)
The Rt Hon Baroness Jay of Paddington complained that an article inaccurately attributed a quotation
(5346)Mr Julian Putkowski (Daily Mail)
Mr Julian Putkowski of Hackney complained of inaccuracies in an article reporting the unveiling of a
(5347)The Rt Hon Baroness Jay of Paddington (Daily Mail)
The Rt Hon Baroness Jay of Paddington complained that an article inaccurately stated that she had co
(5348)Mr Gerald Corbett (Daily Express)
Mr Gerald Corbett of London complained that an article about rail safety contained inaccurate commen
(5349)Mr Anthony Saint Claire (Daily Express)
Mr Anthony Saint Claire, of Llangollen, complained that a front page headline was inaccurate in clai
(5350)Ms Jane Earle (Daily Express)
Ms Jane Earle of Godalming complained that an article contained an inaccuracy about her daughter.
(5351)Ms Eirian James (Carmarthen Journal)
Ms Eirian James, of Cardigan, complained that an article, which reported that a man had been found g
(5352)Mr George Crowe (Bristol Evening Post)
Mr George Crowe, from Bristol, complained that a photograph, which claimed to show smog around the C
(5353)Mr G Makin (Bolton Evening News)
Mr G Makin of Wigan complained on behalf of his son that articles detailing his court appearances ha
(5354)Mr Adrian Paul Miles (Birmingham Mail)
Mr Adrian Paul Miles of Wolverhampton complained that an article included misleading material regard
(5355)Mrs N Barnett (The Star (Barnsley))

Mrs N Barnett of Rotherham complained that an article reporting her husbands death had been inaccur

(5356)Messrs Andrew McCooey and Co on behalf of Miss Myra Hindley (Daily Mirror)
Messrs Andrew McCooey and Co, Solicitors of Sittingbourne, Kent, complained to the Press Complaints
(5357)Ms Syrita Collins-Plante (The People)
Ms Syrita Collins-Plante of West London complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an articl
(5358)Lord Ashcroft (The Observer)
Lord Ashcroft complained to the Press Complaints Commission that an article headlined Tory tr
(5359)Granada Media plc on behalf of Miss Cilla Black (Sunday Sport)
Granada Media plc complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of Miss Cilla Black that p
(5360)Messrs Hamlins on behalf of Ms Alex Kingston and Mr Florian Haertel (Hello!)
Hamlins, Solicitors, of London W1 complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of Ms Alex
(5361)Messrs Pannone and Partners on behalf of Michaelangelo and Rina Attard (Manchester Evening News)
Messrs Pannone and Partners of Manchester complained on behalf of Michaelangelo and Rina Attard that
(5362)Messrs Pannone and Partners on behalf of Michaelangelo and Rina Attard (Sunday Mirror)
Messrs Pannone and Partners of Manchester complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of
(5363)The BBC Litigation Department on behalf of Sir Christopher Bland and Mr Greg Dyke (Daily Mail)
The BBC Litigation Department complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of Sir Christo
(5364)North Cumbria Local Medical Committee on behalf of Mrs Catriona Thornhill (News & Star)
North Cumbria Local Medical Committee complained to the Press Complaints Commission with the signed
(5365)Mrs Lesley Brain (Hello!)
Mrs Lesley Brain of Faro, Portugal, complained to the Press Complaints Commission that a feature hea
(5366)The Reverend Philip Evans (Yorkshire Evening Post)

The Reverend Philip Evans complained about two separate articles which inaccurately stated that at a

(5367)Norman Green (Worcester News)
Norman Green of Worcestershire complained that a headline had inaccurately stated that he owned a do
(5368)Mr and Mrs Snead (Woman)
Mr and Mrs Snead of Worcester complained that an interview detailing their daughters birth and heal
(5369)Mr Martin Hughes-Jones (Western Morning News)
Mr Martin Hughes-Jones of the South West Green Party in Tiverton complained that an article inaccura
(5370)Mrs Beverly Crawford (West Suffolk Mercury)
Mrs Beverly Crawford of Suffolk complained that an article reporting an inquest into the death of he
(5371)Mr Michael Chance (The Times)
Mr Michael Chance of Saffron Walden complained that an article was inaccurate in stating that the ac
(5372)Mr Glen Swire (The Sunday Times)
Mr Glen Swire of East Sussex complained that his daughter had been harassed in breach of Clause 4 of
(5373)Jack Ramsay (Scottish Sun)
Jack Ramsay of the Grand Orange Lodge of Scotland complained that an article inaccurately suggested
(5374)Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust (The Sun)
Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust complained that an article about a social event at Rampton hosp
(5375)The Rt Hon Peter Mandelson MP (The Sun)
The Rt Hon Peter Mandelson MP complained that an article inaccurately said that he was selling a fla
(5376)Mr Stephen Wynn (The Observer)
Mr Stephen Wynn of Brighton complained that an article reporting charges on stakeholder pensions had
(5377)A woman (The Observer)
A woman from London complained that an interview with a comedian had named her and published details
(5378)Mr Noel Muddiman (Daily Mirror)
Mr Noel Muddiman, Director of Motability, complained that an article about the charity contained ina
(5379)Mr Glen Swire (Daily Mirror)
Mr Glen Swire of East Sussex complained that his daughter was being harassed in breach of Clause 4 o
(5380)The Rt Hon Baroness Jay of Paddington (The Mail on Sunday)
The Rt Hon Baroness Jay of Paddington complained that an article inaccurately stated that she had di
(5381)Granada Television on behalf of Mr Martin Shaw (The Mail on Sunday)
Granada Television complained on behalf of Mr Martin Shaw that a report of an interview with him mis
(5382)Victim Support (The Daily Telegraph)
Victim Support complained that an interview had suggested that victims of crime receive little assis
(5383)Ms Natalie Imbruglia (The People)
Ms Natalie Imbruglia complained through solicitors Russells, of London W1, that an article that stat
(5384)Mr Stephen Jakobi, of Fair Trials Abroad, on behalf of Ms Katherine Jenkins (Sunday Mirror)
Mr Stephen Jakobi, of Fair Trials Abroad, complained on behalf of Ms Katherine Jenkins that a publis
(5385)Mariam Binti Saaid (Saga Magazine)
Mariam Binti Saaid of Malaysia complained that a readers letter contained factual inaccuracies.
(5386)Mr Jeffrey Wright (Press Association)
Mr Jeffrey Wright of Aylesbury complained of inaccuracies in the pools fixtures.
(5387)Mr John Miles on behalf of Ms Carol Vorderman (OK! Magazine)
Mr John Miles complained on behalf of Ms Carol Vorderman that a feature had misleadingly implied tha
(5388)A woman (North-West Evening Mail)

A woman complained that an article had attributed comments to her which she had never made.

(5389)Mr James England (News of the World)
Mr James England of Surrey complained that a published photograph of him intruded into his private l
(5390)Mrs Janet Grant and Mrs Joyce Richardson (News of the World)
Mrs Janet Grant and Mrs Joyce Richardson of Essex complained that an article had inaccurately report
(5391)Mr Allister McDonald (News of the World)
Mr Allister McDonald of Falkirk complained that a report of a court case was accompanied by a pictur
(5392)Mr Glen Swire (News of the World)
Mr Glen Swire of East Sussex complained that he had been harassed in breach of Clause 4 of the Code
(5393)Mrs Lorraine Singleton (Lancashire Evening Post)
Mrs Lorraine Singleton of Chorley complained that an article reporting repair work carried out by he
(5394)Mr Ian Taylor (Kirriemuir Herald)
Mr Ian Taylor of Kirriemuir complained through solicitors that an article had inaccurately reported
(5395)Mr John Townend (Hull Daily Mail)
Mr John Townend complained that he had been inaccurately quoted as suggesting that the British were
(5396)Mrs Sara Grinnell (Glamorgan Gazette)
Mrs Sara Grinnell of Bridgend complained that a photograph of her children, which had been willingly
(5397)Mrs Mary Tiffney (Edinburgh Evening News)
Mrs Mary Tiffney, of Edinburgh, complained that an article misleadingly implied that she and other m
(5398)Mr Derek Carter (Eurobusiness Magazine)
Mr Derek Carter, Chairman and Managing Director of Fairline Boats Plc, complained that an article mi
(5399)Norman Green (Droitwich Spa Advertiser)

Norman Green of Worcestershire complained that a headline had inaccurately suggested that a teenage

(5400)Granada Television on behalf of Miss Jacqueline Pirie (Daily Star)
Granada Television complained on behalf of Miss Jacqueline Pirie that a photograph of her was taken
(5401)Mr Eric Shegog (Daily Record)
Mr Eric Shegog of Diocese in Europe complained that an article had contained inaccuracies relating t
(5402)Mr Terry Paxman (Daily Mail)
Mr Terry Paxman of Woking complained that an article about the alleged failings of financial advisor
(5403)Mrs Giuditta Evans (Daily Mail)
Mrs Giuditta Evans of Yeovil complained that an article had used the term progesterone, which is a n
(5404)Ms Brigitta Fazekas (Daily Mail)
Ms Brigitta Fazekas of Southampton complained that a readers letter had made inaccurate reference t
(5405)Ms Tamzin Outhwaite (Daily Express)
Ms Tamzin Outhwaite complained through solicitors that an article inaccurately reported that she had
(5406)Mr and Mrs Kimble (Daily Express)
Mr and Mrs Kimble of Aylesbury complained that an article contained inaccuracies regarding the death
(5407)Mr Jeffrey Wright (Daily Express)
Mr Jeffrey Wright of Aylesbury complained of inaccuracies in the newspapers coverage of the pools f
(5408)Mr Ian Taylor (The Courier (Dundee))

Mr Ian Taylor of Kirriemuir complained through solicitors that an article had inaccurately reported

(5409)Mr Lee Simm (Bella)
Mr Lee Simm of Barking complained that an article inaccurately stated that he had a fake passport an
(5410)Messrs Eversheds, on behalf of Sir Elton John (Daily Sport)
Messrs Eversheds, Solicitors of London EC4, complained on behalf of Sir Elton John that the publicat
(5411)Frank OSullivan, the Chief Executive of Taunton & Somerset NHS Trust (Daily Mirror)
Frank OSullivan, the Chief Executive of Taunton & Somerset NHS Trust, complained that a photograph
(5412)Mr Glen Swire (The Mail on Sunday)
Mr Glen Swire of Uckfield, East Sussex, complained that reporters from The Mail on Sunday harassed h
(5413)Mr Varun Shingari (News of the World)
Mr Varun Shingari of Edgbaston complained that an article published in the News of the World on 28 J
(5414)Mrs Sheena Glass (Evening Times (Glasgow))
Mrs Sheena Glass of Old Kilpatrick complained on behalf of her daughter-in-law that an article publi
(5415)The Association of Ukrainians in Great Britain Ltd (Daily Mail)
The Association of Ukrainians in Great Britain Ltd complained that an article headlined SS GB
(5416)Mr Nigel Cary, Force Solicitor for Surrey Police (Daily Mail)
Mr Nigel Cary, Force Solicitor for Surrey Police, complained on behalf of an employee that an articl
(5417)Ms Carol Munro and Ms Doris Bancroft (Evening Standard)
Ms Carol Munro and Ms Doris Bancroft, Headteacher and Chair of the Governors of Salusbury Primary Sc
(5418)Investigation by the PCC into payments made to Ronnie Biggs. (The Sun)
The Press Complaints Commission has investigated a number of issues relating to payments by The Sun
(5419)Mr Derek Bradley (Yorkshire Evening Post)

Mr Derek Bradley of Morley Town Council complained that an article had contained an inaccuracy and t

(5420)Pr Christie Elan-Cane (Woman's Own)
Pr Christie Elan-Cane of London complained that an article headlined Trapped in the wrong body mis
(5421)Mrs Jean Blackman (What's On TV)
Mrs Jean Blackman complained that a review of a television programme contained inaccurate informatio
(5422)Mr David Mearns (The Times)
Mr David Mearns, governor of Warwick Park School, Peckham, complained that an article on teenage gan
(5423)Mr John Cleese (The Sunday Telegraph)
Mr John Cleese of Santa Barbara, California, complained that an article gave the misleading impressi
(5424)Mrs Irene Smith (Scottish Sun)
Mrs Irene Smith of Glasgow complained that the publication of a reference to the death of her late b
(5425)Aldershot Town FC (The Non-League Paper)
Aldershot Town FC complained that an article had suggested that George Borg, the manager of the club
(5426)Mr Stephen Wynn (The Mail on Sunday)
Mr Stephen Wynn of Brighton complained that an article reporting charges on stakeholder pensions had
(5427)Ms Carol Ann Isaac and Ms Beverley Lewis (The Mail on Sunday)
Ms Carol Ann Isaac and Ms Beverley Lewis of Clydach complained, through solicitors, that an article
(5428)Mr David Tuck, Assistant Press Secretary to HM The Queen, on behalf of HRH The Duke of Yo (The Mail on Sunday)
Mr David Tuck, Assistant Press Secretary to HM The Queen, complained on behalf of HRH The Duke of Yo
(5429)The Rt Hon Peter Lilley MP (The Mail on Sunday)
The Rt Hon Peter Lilley MP complained that an article inaccurately said that he had been mentioned d
(5430)Granada Television on behalf of Mr John Savident (The Mail on Sunday)
Granada Television complained on behalf of Mr John Savident that an article based on an interview wi
(5431)Mrs Debra Robertson (The Journal (Newcastle))
Mrs Debra Robertson of Liverpool complained that an interview with her ex-husband had contained inac
(5432)Ms Suzanne Williams (The Citizen (Gloucester))

Ms Suzanne Williams of Gloucester complained that an article contained a number of inaccuracies, inc

(5433)A man (Sunderland Echo)
A man from Sunderland complained that an article had named him in relation to a criminal charge whic
(5434)Pearson Television on behalf of Ms Suzanne Maddock (Sunday Sport)
Pearson Television on behalf of Ms Suzanne Maddock complained that an article about a previous relat
(5435)Pearson Television on behalf of Ms Suzanne Maddock (The People)
Pearson Television on behalf of Ms Suzanne Maddock complained that an article about a previous relat
(5436)Messrs Pattison & Brewer on behalf of Mr Keith Green (Sunday Express)
Messrs Pattison & Brewer on behalf of Mr Keith Green complained that an article was inaccurate and m
(5437)Ms Sarah Jones from the BBC (Sunday Express)
Ms Sarah Jones from the BBC Litigation Department complained that an article did not make clear that
(5438)Mrs Bette Martin (Rotherham Advertiser)
Mrs Bette Martin of Headington, Oxford, complained that a report about the death of her son had inac
(5439)Mrs J Garvin (Rochdale Observer)
Mrs J Garvin of Rochdale complained that a photograph of the scene where her grandson had been attac
(5440)Mr John OLoughlin (Reading Post)

Mr John OLoughlin of Reading complained that an article regarding abandoned vehicles inaccurately s

(5441)Miss Jacqueline Thomas (News of the World)
Miss Jacqueline Thomas complained through Chris Saltrese solicitors of Merseyside that an article ab
(5442)Mr D Ellis (Liverpool Daily Post)
Mr D Ellis, secretary of Caernarfon Town Football Supporters Club, complained about inaccuracies in
(5443)A woman (Liverpool Daily Post)
A woman complained on behalf of her mother that an article had identified her by name, partial addre
(5444)Mr David Walker (Hull Daily Mail)
Mr David Walker of Hull complained that an article inaccurately reported the burglary rate for East
(5445)Miss Dawn Welham (Hull Daily Mail)
Miss Dawn Welham of Hull complained that two articles about the death of her nephew and the inquest
(5446)Mr Andy Hartell (Hailsham Gazette)
Mr Andy Hartell of Hailsham complained that an article reporting an attack against his daughter had
(5447)Mr Andrew Holmes (Exeter Express & Echo)

Mr Andrew Holmes of Exeter complained that an article reporting an inquest into his sons death had

(5448)Mrs E Tolman (Dorset Echo)
Mrs E Tolman of Weymouth complained that an article had inaccurately referred to her son who was n
(5449)John Young MSP (Daily Record)
John Young MSP complained that an article which claimed a fellow Conservative MSP had sent an offens
(5450)The Rt Hon Sir Edward Heath KG MBE MP (Daily Mail)
The Rt Hon Sir Edward Heath KG MBE MP complained that an article about the negotiations for Britain
(5451)The Rt Hon Lord Justice Sedley (Daily Mail)
The Rt Hon Lord Justice Sedley complained that an article about the Human Rights Act included a comm
(5452)Mr L Hall (Daily Express)
Mr L Hall, Video Standards Council Secretary General, complained that an article had misleadingly qu
(5453)Ms Dolores McHanon (Daily Express)
Ms Dolores McMahon of Surrey, a retired biological research assistant, complained that an article co
(5454)Mr P Treble and Mrs K Hackett (Coventry Telegraph)

Mr P Treble and Mrs K Hackett, both of Coventry, complained that their childrens names had been pub

(5455)Mr John Mullarkey (Bucks Free Press)
Mr John Mullarkey of Gerrards Cross complained that an article was misleading because it reported a
(5456)Woburn Safari Park (Luton on Sunday)
Woburn Safari Park complained through solicitors that articles reporting a cull of monkeys carrying
(5457)Woburn Safari Park (Bedfordshire on Sunday)
Woburn Safari Park complained through solicitors that articles reporting a cull of monkeys carrying
(5458)A man (Darlington & Stockton Times)

A man from North Yorkshire complained that an article published by The Northern Echo on 24 October 2

(5459)Messrs Eversheds on behalf of Mrs Renate John (Hello!)
Messrs Eversheds, solicitors, complained on behalf of their client Mrs Renate John that an article h
(5460)Messrs Eversheds on behalf of Mrs Renate John (Sunday Mirror)
Messrs Eversheds, solicitors, complained on behalf of their client Mrs Renate John that an article h
(5461)Mr J E Thomas (Wirral Champion Magazine)

Mr J E Thomas of Neston in Cheshire complained that Wirral Champion magazine had misled, and continu

(5462)A man (The Northern Echo)

A man from North Yorkshire complained that an article published by The Northern Echo on 24 October 2

(5463)Mr and Mrs Kimble (Bucks Herald)
Mr and Mrs Kimble of Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, complained that they had been approached by a repor
(5464)Mrs Gill Faldo (The Sun)
Mrs Gill Faldo of Berkshire complained that a journalist from The Sun had sought to obtain informati
(5465)Ms Sallie Ryle, Head of Media Relations North for Granada Media (News of the World)
Ms Sallie Ryle, Head of Media Relations North for Granada Media, complained that journalists from th
(5466)Ms Beverley Fielden (The Sun)
Ms Beverley Fielden complained on behalf of her partner Dr Kevin McGuigan that two articles and an e
(5467)Mr Geoffrey Martin (The Mail on Sunday)
Mr Geoffrey Martin, Head of Representations in the United Kingdom of the European Commission, compla
(5468)Mrs Dorothy Boothroyd (Yorkshire Evening Post)
Mrs Dorothy Boothroyd of Leeds complained that a photograph which depicted her late husband in hospi
(5469)Mr Rob Key (Worcester News)
Mr Rob Key complained that the newspaper had invaded his privacy by publishing details of his salary
(5470)Mr A Miles (Western Morning News)
Mr A Miles of Camborne complained that an article about the Levant winding engine contained inaccura
(5471)Mr Carl Forrester (The Times)
Mr Carl Forrester of Redditch complained that an article which reported the conviction of his son, M
(5472)Mr Peter Kosminsky (The Times)
Mr Peter Kosminsky of Salisbury complained that an article which concerned a television drama he was
(5473)Mr Stephen Lamport on behalf of HRH The Prince of Wales (The Sunday Times)
Mr Stephen Lamport complained on behalf of HRH The Prince of Wales that an article inaccurately stat
(5474)The Rt Hon Sir Edward Heath KG MBE MP (The Sun)
The Rt Hon Sir Edward Heath KG MBE MP complained that a leading article about the negotiations for U
(5475)A man (The Star (Sheffield))
A man from Sheffield complained that an article inaccurately stated that he had injured himself whil
(5476)Mr Arthur Birch (The News (Portsmouth))
Mr Arthur Birch of Portsmouth complained that information he had provided to the newspapers Nostal
(5477)Dr Eleanor Scott (The Mail on Sunday)
Dr Eleanor Scott of Portsmouth complained on behalf of the Mortgage Shortfall Support Group that a r
(5478)An Insurance Broker (The Mail on Sunday)
An Insurance Broker of Liverpool complained that an article contained inaccuracies which implicated
(5479)St Margarets School (Sunday Mirror)
St Margarets School, Exeter, complained that an article inaccurately stated that the Headmistress h
(5480)Doreen Graham, Press Campaigns Manager of the Scottish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Anim (Sunday Mail)
Doreen Graham, Press Campaigns Manager of the Scottish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Anim
(5481)Mr William Hamilton (Sunday Mail)
Mr William Hamilton complained through his solicitor, Mr Brian Gallen of Kilmarnock, that an article
(5482)Mr R Tye (Stornoway Gazette)

Mr R Tye of Loch Eynort complained that an article reported misleading statements made by his MSP wh

(5483)A man (Sheffield Gazette)
A man from Sheffield complained that an article inaccurately stated that he had injured himself whil
(5484)James Hannon (Oxford Mail)
James Hannon of Oxford complained that he had been harassed by a reporter.
(5485)Mr R Campbell (North-West Evening Mail)

Mr R Campbell complained that the headline of an article about his brothers death was misleading an

(5486)Mr K Walker (News of the World)
Mr K Walker of Elgin complained that the newspaper had not distinguished sufficiently between himsel
(5487)Mrs W Carruthers (News & Star)
Mrs W Carruthers of Workington complained that an article had invaded the privacy of her parents-in-
(5488)Mr and Mrs M James (Milton Keynes Citizen)
Mr and Mrs M James of Milton Keynes complained that an article had identified their infant grandson
(5489)Arriva the Shires (Luton on Sunday)
Arriva the Shires complained that an article describing a reduction in bus services had been inaccur
(5490)Mr Ian Cawsey MP on behalf of his constituent Mr Norman Woollass (Goole Times)
Mr Ian Cawsey MP complained on behalf of his constituent Mr Norman Woollass that a brief article abo
(5491)Mr Martin Bikhit of Kay & Co (Goodlife)
Mr Martin Bikhit of Kay & Co estate agents complained that an article ascribed comments to him when,
(5492)Mr Stephen Wynn (Financial Times)
Mr Stephen Wynn of Brighton complained that an article reporting charges on stakeholder pensions had
(5493)Mr John Reilly (Daily Record)
Mr John Reilly of Monifieth complained that an article about his involvement with a football club co
(5494)Ms Irene Oldfather (Daily Record)
Ms Irene Oldfather, MSP for Cunninghame South, complained that an article, which reported a dispute
(5495)Ms Hilary Kay (Daily Express)
Ms Hilary Kay of Oxfordshire complained that she had not made comments ascribed to her in a newspape
(5496)Mr Terry Flyng (Bristol Evening Post)
Mr Terry Flyng of Bristol complained that an article was misleading and that a photograph had been o
(5497)Mrs Pat Simpson (Blackpool Gazette)

Mrs Pat Simpson of Blackpool complained that an article reporting her involvement in fund raising fo

(5498)Clive Soley MP (Daily Record)

Clive Soley MP complained to that an article headlined 'Labour says the old are racist'

(5499)Messrs Bindman and Partners, on behalf of Ms Anna Ford and Mr David Scott (OK! Magazine)

Messrs Bindman and Partners, solicitors, of London WC1, complained on behalf of their clients Ms Ann

(5500)Father Tom Page (Yellow Advertiser (Barking & Dagenham))

Father Tom Page of Upminster complained that an article reporting the decision to demolish a church

(5501)Ms O Howell, Director of Hackney Action for Racial Equality, on behalf of Mrs Ajayi and her family (New Nation)
Ms O Howell, Director of Hackney Action for Racial Equality, complained on behalf of Mrs Ajayi and
(5502)Mr Angus John Macleod and others (Sunday Mail)
Mr Angus John Macleod and others, of Harris, Western Isles, complained that an article headlined 
(5503)Messrs Bindman and Partners, on behalf of Ms Anna Ford and Mr David Scott (Daily Mail)

Messrs Bindman and Partners, solicitors, of London WC1, complained on behalf of their clients Ms Ann

(5504)Clive Soley MP (The Sunday Times)

Clive Soley MP complained to that an article headlined Labour says the old are racist

(5505)Mr Stephen Lamport of St James Palace on behalf HRH Prince William (OK! Magazine)
Mr Stephen Lamport of St James Palace, London SW1, complained on behalf HRH Prince William th
(5506)Mr & Mrs Donald (Hello!)
Mr and Mrs Donald of London W9 complained that photographs of their son published in Hello! Magazine
(5507)Mr D Gould (Windsor & Maidenhead Observer)
Mr D Gould of Torquay complained that articles about his employment tribunal were inaccurate and dis
(5508)Mr H Peskett (The Sunday Times (Scotland))
Mr H Peskett of Winchester complained that an article which detailed his genealogical research of th
(5509)Eastenders' Press Office on behalf of Mr John Altman (The Sun)
Eastenders' Press Office complained on behalf of Mr John Altman that two articles inaccurately said
(5510)The British Egg Information Service (The Observer)
The British Egg Information Service complained that an article contained inaccuracies relating to th
(5511)Dr Sean Gabb (Welsh Daily Mirror)

Dr Sean Gabb of London complained that an article concerning his web-site and alleged political affi

(5512)Ms T Quaye (The Independent)
Ms T Quaye of London complained that an obituary detailing the life of her late father, the jazz mus
(5513)Mr P J Dul (The Guardian)
Mr P J Dul, Chairman of the Anti-Common Market League, complained that an article inaccurately descr
(5514)Ms S Quinn (Falkirk Herald)
Ms S Quinn of West Lothian complained that an article about her contained inaccuracies.
(5515)Mr John Anstruther-Gough-Calthorpe (Sunday Mirror)
Mr John Anstruther-Gough-Calthorpe of Winchester complained that an article claiming that his daught
(5516)The Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund (Sunday Mirror)
The Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund, complained that an article contained inaccuracies.
(5517)Mr H Bareham (Sunday Mail)
Mr H Bareham of Brixham complained that a quotation attributed to him was false.
(5518)John Maxton MP, John McFall MP, Sandra Osborne MP, Rosemary McKenna MP and John Home Robertson MP MS (Sunday Mail)
Harper Macleod, solicitors, of Glasgow on behalf of John Maxton MP, John McFall MP, Sandra Osborne M
(5519)Tessa Jowell MP (Sunday Business)
Tessa Jowell MP complained that a diary piece intruded into her son's privacy.
(5520)A woman (Southern Daily Echo)
A woman from Winchester, Hants, complained that a report of a sexual attack on her then 15 year old
(5521)A man (North Norfolk News)
A man from Denbigh complained on behalf of his mother that a published letter from the Chairman of S
(5522)Ms S Quinn (Scottish News of the World)

Ms S Quinn of West Lothian complained that an article contained inaccuracies and intruded into her p

(5523)Mr Andrew Drummond (Daily Record)
Mr Andrew Drummond of Lanarkshire complained that an article which reported the death of his son ina
(5524)Ms Louisa Welby-Everard (Daily Mail)
Ms Louisa Welby-Everard of London complained that an article intruded into her privacy.
(5525)Mrs Carol Green (Barnsley Chronicle)
Mrs Carol Green of Barnsley complained that an article reporting the annual general meeting of the B
(5526)Mr William Salisbury (Lancashire Evening Post)
Mr William Salisbury of Preston complained that an article and accompanying photographs published in
(5527)A well known entertainer (The Mail on Sunday)
A well known entertainer complained that an article and accompanying photographs published in The Ma
(5528)Mr Jason Collie (Sunday Sport)
Mr Jason Collie, of Auckland, New Zealand, complained that the Sunday Sport had paid an associate of
(5529)Ms Sara Helm (The Spectator)
Ms Sara Helm of London complained that an article published in The Spectator on 13 May 2000 headline
(5530)Ms Sara Helm (The Mail on Sunday)
Ms Sara Helm of London complained that an article published in The Mail on Sunday on 24 May 2000 hea
(5531)Mr Frank Field MP (The Independent)
Mr Frank Field MP complained that a front page report of an interview that he had given to The Indep
(5532)Granada Television on behalf of Ms Georgia Taylor (Sunday Sport)
Granada Television complained on behalf of Ms Georgia Taylor that an article in the Sunday Sport pub
(5533)Mr J Glass (Daily Mail)

Mr J Glass of Surrey complained that two newspapers reported inaccurately that he had been fired b

(5534)Ms A Screen (Western Mail)
Ms A Screen of Newport, Gwent, complained that an article about the sale of her home gave an inaccur
(5535)Mr R Gaze (The Weekly News)
Mr R Gaze of Colwyn Bay complained that personal details in an article had intruded into his privacy
(5536)Mr J Glass (The Sun)

Mr J Glass of Surrey complained that two newspapers reported inaccurately that he had been fired b

(5537)Mr G Elliott (The Mail on Sunday)
Mr G Elliott of Buckinghamshire complained that a photograph of his 14-year-old daughter at school h
(5538)Mr Simon Rodda (The Cornishman)
Mr Simon Rodda of Penzance complained that an article about demolition plans for a hotel wrongly nam
(5539)Mr and Mrs Carter (Stockport Express)

Mr and Mrs Carter of Stockport, Cheshire, complained that an article about their daughters illness

(5540)Ms S Ayton (Solihull News)
Ms S Ayton, of Knight Ayton Management, acting on behalf of her client Mr M Buerk, complained that a
(5541)Mr J Darley (Shooting Times, Country Magazine)
Mr J Darley of Aylesbury complained that his published letter on the subject of clumber spaniels had
(5542)A man and woman (Shape)
A man and woman complained that an interview about their private life identified them by their real
(5543)Mr Malcolm Thomson (Scottish News of the World)

Mr Malcolm Thomson of Stirling complained that an article about a past relationship was inaccurate a

(5544)Noel Gallagher and Meg Matthews (News of the World)
Noel Gallagher and Meg Matthews complained through solicitors Simons Muirhead & Burton that a repor
(5545)Hazel Irvine (Scottish News of the World)

Hazel Irvine of Glasgow complained that an article was inaccurate and intruded into her private life

(5546)Mrs J Pacey (Louth Leader)
Mrs J Pacey of Louth, Lincolnshire, complained that the publication of her address intruded into her
(5547)A man (Harlow Star)
A man from Harlow complained that an article concerning his fathers funeral had intruded into the g
(5548)Mr R Smith (Evening Press)

Mr R Smith of Southampton complained that a newspaper had published his letter including his name an

(5549)A man (Formby Times)
A man from Formby complained that an article had identified him and stated his occupation and addres
(5550)Ms Lorna Hornby (The Argus (Brighton))
Ms Lorna Hornby, Public Relations Executive of Bovis Homes Group PLC, complained that some informati
(5551)The Sultan of Brunei (Daily Sport)
The Sultan of Brunei complained that an article contained inaccuracies.
(5552)Mr A Green (Daily Sport)
Mr A Green of Denholme complained about the publication of a photograph of one of the Leeds United F
(5553)Mr D Meikle (Daily Record)
Mr D Meikle of Meikle Construction Ltd, Coalburn, complained that a report of damage allegedly cause
(5554)The British Egg Information Service (Daily Mail)
The British Egg Information Service complained that an article contained inaccuracies relating to th
(5555)Sarah Jayne Edwards (Baby Magazine)
Sarah Jayne Edwards, Director of Baby Buddies, complained that a reference to research on re-usable
(5556)Noel Gallagher and Meg Matthews (Daily Mirror)

Noel Gallagher and Meg Matthews complained through solicitors Simons Muirhead & Burton that articles

(5557)Asylum Aid, Cardiff Gypsy Sites Group, Dr Evan Harris MP and others (The Sun)
Asylum Aid, Cardiff Gypsy Sites Group, Dr Evan Harris MP and others complained that a series of arti
(5558)Asylum Rights Campaign and others (Daily Mail)
Asylum Rights Campaign and others complained that a series of articles in the Daily Mail in March 20
(5559)Messrs Clarkson Hirst on behalf of Mr Rodney Telford (Lancaster Guardian)
Clarkson Hirst, Solicitors, of Lancaster, complained on behalf of Mr Rodney Telford that an article
(5560)Peter Bradley MP (The Sunday Times)
Mr Peter Bradley MP complained that The Sunday Times had paid Jonathan Aitken or his associates for
(5561)Messrs Chattertons on behalf of Mr and Mrs Gregory (The People)
Messrs Chattertons, solicitors, of Market Street, Sleaford, Lincolnshire complained on behalf of the
(5562)Messrs Dibb Lupton Alsop, on behalf of Ms Carol Smillie (Sunday Mail)
Messrs Dibb Lupton Alsop, Solicitors of Manchester, complained on behalf of Ms Carol Smillie that an
(5563)Mr John Rafferty (Sunday Mail)
Mr John Rafferty of Edinburgh complained that two articles published in the Sunday Mail on 14 and 21
(5564)Mr John Anstruther-Gough-Calthorpe (Sunday Express)
Mr John Anstruther-Gough-Calthorpe of Winchester complained that an article published in the Sunday
(5565)Messrs Tyndallwoods, on behalf Mr Mohamad Kenewa (Sunday Mercury)
Messrs Tyndallwoods, solicitors, on behalf of their client Mr Mohamad Kenewa, complained that an art
(5566)Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust (Crawley Observer)
Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust complained that photographs accompanying an article headlined
(5567)Mr Douglas Brown (The Sun)
Mr Douglas Brown, Press and Public Relations Manager of Rampton Hospital Authority complained that a
(5568)A woman (Daily Star)
A woman from Dorset complained that an article in the Daily Star on 4 April 2000 headlined Be
(5569)Noel Gallagher and Meg Matthews (The People)

Noel Gallagher and Meg Matthews complained through solicitors Simons Muirhead & Burton that articles

(5570)Messrs McCluskey Browne on behalf of their clients (Sunday Mail)
Messrs McCluskey Browne, solicitors of Portland Road, Kilmarnock, complained on behalf of their cl
(5571)Mr and Mrs C J Sweet (Evening Standard)
Mr and Mrs C J Sweet of London SW11, complained that an article in the Evening Standard on 17 March
(5572)Messrs Birnberg Pierce & Partners on behalf of Ms Jenny Cupit (News of the World)
Birnberg Pierce and Partners, Solicitors of London NW1, complained on behalf of Ms Jenny Cupit that
(5573)Mrs Lisa Carling (Daily Mail)
Mrs Lisa Carling of Ockley, Surrey, complained that an article headlined Carling stole my family p
(5574)City Slickers ruling (Daily Mirror)
Introduction The Press Complaints Commission (PCC) investigated allegations that The Mirror newspaper
(5575)Mr M Antonia (Sunday Mail)
Mr M Antonio complained through solicitors Jim Friel & Company of Glasgow that a report that he face
(5576)Mr R Lewis (Wales on Sunday)
Mr R Lewis of Haverfordwest complained that his letter was published with the addition of a paragrap
(5577)The Bishop of London (The Times)
The Bishop of London complained that an article inaccurately stated that he had dined and stayed the
(5578)Mr Ernest Pendrous (The Sunday Times)
Mr Ernest Pendrous of London complained that an article incorrectly identified a deceased former col
(5579)Mr and Mrs C B Corke (The Sun)
Mr and Mrs C B Corke of Romford complained that an article inaccurately implied that their son had b
(5580)Mr R Bradley (The Observer)
Mr R Bradley, Chief Executive of the Atomic Weapons Establishment, complained that an article detail
(5581)Mr A Fraser (The Observer)
Mr A Fraser of London complained that a table of information on share prices contained inaccuracies.
(5582)Ms Rosemary Pulley (The Mail on Sunday)
Ms Rosemary Pulley of Bristol complained that an article about tax contained an inaccuracy.
(5583)Mr D H S Hitchen (Daily Express)
Mr D H S Hitchen of Newcastle-u-Lyme complained that a photograph illustrating a report on the excav
(5584)A woman (Daily Express)
A woman complained that a report of the death of her sister by suicide contained inaccuracies and i
(5585)Mr A D Brown (Sunday Sun)
Mr A D Brown of Northumberland complained of inaccuracies in a report that a man had been found gui
(5586)Mr and Mrs Hall (News Shopper (Bromley))

Mr and Mrs Hall, Proprietors of the Heathers Residential Home for the Elderly, Bromley, complained t

(5587)Ms J Smith (Marie Claire)
Ms J Smith of London complained that a piece about her success at attracting men gave the misleading
(5588)Mr P Dennis (Kent Today)
Mr P Dennis of Gillingham, Kent, complained that a report of court proceedings failed to make clear
(5589)Mr Preston Rabl (EuroBusiness Magazine)
Mr Preston Rabl complained via solicitors that an article regarding his business dealings contained
(5590)Ms Anna Franklin (EuroBusiness Magazine)
Ms Anna Franklin of Medialink complained that an article about a Russian oil company, TNK, contained
(5591)Revd Andrew Teal (The Star (Doncaster))

Revd Andrew Teal of Tickhill complained that an article concerning the school chosen for his daughte

(5592)Miss Rachel Goldwyn (Daily Mail)
Miss Rachel Goldwyn complained that an article inaccurately stated that she had agreed to help the m
(5593)Mrs Anita Heaton (Daily Mail)
Mrs Anita Heaton of Elkesley, Nottinghamshire, complained that an article breached Clause 12 of the
(5594)Mrs Dorothy Boothroyd (Daily Mail)
Mrs Dorothy Boothroyd of Leeds complained that a photograph which depicted her late husband in hospi
(5595)Mr Richard Wyatt (Bristol Evening Post)
Mr Richard Wyatt of Bristol complained that a diary piece that referred to him contained inaccuracie
(5596)Mr M Gastone (Anglers' Mail)
Mr M Gastone of the Campaign for the Abolition of Angling complained that an article wrongly claime
(5597)Mrs Jayne Ross (Alloa & Hillfoots Wee County News)

Mrs Jayne Ross of Dollar, Scotland, complained that an article about her daughter was published in

(5598)Ian Stewart-Brady (Daily Record)

Messrs E. Rex Makin, solicitors complained on behalf of Ian Stewart-Brady that photographs published

(5599)Ian Stewart-Brady (Liverpool Echo)

Messrs E. Rex Makin, solicitors complained on behalf of Ian Stewart-Brady that photographs published

(5600)Mrs S Tobin, Mrs J Warner (Luton on Sunday)
Mrs S Tobin of St Albans, Hertfordshire and Mrs J Warner of Ampthill, Bedford complained that an art
(5601)Mr Mick Price (The Observer)
Mr Mick Price, Head of Youth and Community at Kent County Council, Mr Keith Sansum, Chair of Archers
(5602)George Williamson & Co (Daily Mirror)
George Williamson & Co. Limited of Berkshire complained that an article headlined "Real price of you
(5603)A woman (Sunday Sport)
A woman complained that an article published in the Sunday Sport contained information obtained thro
(5604)Dr A Malik (The People)

Dr A Malik, of Malik Law Associates, London E2, complained that reporters from the Sunday People had

(5605)Ms Denise Welch, Mr Tim Healy (Press Association)
Ms Denise Welch and Mr Tim Healy complained that a news item issued by the Press Association breache
(5606)Messrs Eversheds on behalf of Sir Elton John (Sky Magazine)
Messrs Eversheds, Solicitors of London, EC4, complained on behalf of Sir Elton John that the publica
(5607)Messrs Eversheds on behalf of Sir Elton John (Esquire)
Messrs Eversheds, Solicitors of London, EC4, complained on behalf of Sir Elton John that the publica
(5608)Messrs Lewis Silkin on behalf of Mrs Isobel Stone (News of the World)
Messrs Lewis Silkin, Solicitors, complained on behalf of their client Mrs Isobel Stone that an artic
(5609)Mrs Christine Bale (Woman)
Mrs Christine Bale of Lynton, North Devon complained on behalf of her son Peter Bale that an article
(5610)Mr Neil Taylor (Sunday Mercury)
Mr Neil Taylor, Chief Executive of Royal Shrewsbury Hospitals NHS Trust, complained that on 20 Novem
(5611)Ms Kay Carberry (Daily Mail)
Ms Kay Carberry, of London, complained that an article headlined "Peter and friends" and an accompan
(5612)Granada Television complained on behalf of Ms Jacqueline Pirie (News of the World)
Granada Television complained on behalf of Ms Jacqueline Pirie that an article headlined "Street sta
(5613)Ian Stewart-Brady (Daily Mirror)

Messrs E. Rex Makin, solicitors complained on behalf of Ian Stewart-Brady that photographs published

(5614)Prime Minister and Mrs Blair (Daily Sport)
The Prime Minister and Mrs Blair complained that an article headlined "Horny Blair" and accompanying
(5615)Mr Andrew Watson (Kingston Guardian)

Mr Andrew Watson of Surrey complained that a report of a court case in which he had given evidence as a witness contained inaccuracies, intruded into his privacy and included irrelevant information in breach of Clause 13 (Discrimination).

(5616)A complainant (Yellow Advertiser)
A complainant objected that a report of the outcome of a rape case contained inaccuracies and includ
(5617)Mr C Ashburner (Wales on Sunday)
Mr C Ashburner, Managing Director of United Flag Traders Ltd, complained that an article inaccurately
(5618)Joan Ruddock MP (The Times)
Ms Joan Ruddock MP complained that an article about a local planning controversy contained inaccurac
(5619)Ms Magda Sachs (Scottish Sun)
Ms Magda Sachs of the Breastfeeding Network complained that an article about an advert which depicte
(5620)Mrs S Wheeler (Scottish Sun)
Mrs S Wheeler of Letham, Perth, complained that an article contained inaccurate quotes attributed to
(5621)Ms Lorraine Whitehouse (The Sun)
Ms Lorraine Whitehouse, Director of Communications, Royal Mail, complained on behalf of a Royal Mail
(5622)Mr M Griffiths (The Sun)
Mr M Griffiths of Shropshire complained that a photograph of him was used to illustrate a story with
(5623)A woman (Daily Mirror)
A woman from Southampton complained that an article intruded into her privacy by publishing details
(5624)Mr Geoffrey Martin (The Mail on Sunday)
Mr Geoffrey Martin, Head of the Representation in the United Kingdom of the European Commission, com
(5625)Major Peter Simmonds (The Mail on Sunday)
Major Peter Simmonds, of Devon, complained that an article about moonlighting by members of the arme
(5626)Ms J Chapman (The Sun)
Ms J Chapman of the National House Building Council complained that an article inaccurately attribut
(5627)Mr and Mrs David Bernstein (The Mail on Sunday)
Mr and Mrs David Bernstein of London complained that an article in a diary column contained material
(5628)Ms Magda Sachs (The Herald (Glasgow))
Ms Magda Sachs of the Breastfeeding Network complained that an article about an advert which depicte
(5629)Mr A Lecomber (The Guardian)
Mr A Lecomber of Essex complained that an article inaccurately stated that he had been found guilty
(5630)Mr M Pickles (Blackpool Gazette)

Mr M Pickles, Secretary of the Manchester No 13 District of the Loyal Orange Institution of England,

(5631)Ms Felicity Collier (Daily Express)
Ms Felicity Collier, Director, British Agencies for Adoption and Fostering, complained that an artic
(5632)Mr A Bennett (The Advertiser (Ashton-under-Lyne))
Mr A Bennett MP complained on behalf of a constituent that an article intruded into the privacy of h
(5633)Mr B Vertigen (Tamworth Herald)
Mr B Vertigen of Warwickshire complained that a report of a local parish council meeting incorrectly
(5634)Mr Andrew Watson (Surrey Comet)

Mr Andrew Watson of Surrey complained that a report of a court case in which he had given evidence a

(5635)Ms Nicolette Hannah (Sunday Mirror)
Ms Nicolette Hannah of Los Angeles complained that an article inaccurately claimed that she had give
(5636)Mr C Park of 'Agility Eye', complained on behalf of Mr A Johnson (Sunday Mirror)
Mr C Park, of 'Agility Eye', complained on behalf of Mr A Johnson that an article mentioning an acci
(5637)Mr Anthony Wadling (South Wales Evening Post)
Mr Anthony Wadling of London complained that a report of a tribunal hearing of which he was chairman
(5638)Ron Stockbridge (South London Press)
Councillor Ron Stockbridge complained that a political diary piece wrongly claimed that he was "depo
(5639)Mr H Lancaster (Pontefract & Castleford Express)
Mr H Lancaster of Ackworth complained that articles reporting the inquest into his brother-in-law's
(5640)Mr M Green (Nottingham Post)

Mr M Green of Nottingham complained that the newspaper had published his letter omitting a key word

(5641)Ms Sandra Reed (News of The World)
Ms Sandra Reed complained through solicitors Wilkin Chapman of Grimsby that a reference to her in an
(5642)John Knox (News & Star)
Councillor John Knox of Whitehaven, Cumbria, complained that an article contained inaccuracies regar
(5643)Mr G Stringer (Macclesfield Express)
Mr G Stringer of Wetherby, Lincolnshire, complained that an article about a former director of the T
(5644)Mrs Jean Twell (Lincolnshire Echo)
Mrs Jean Twell of Lincoln complained that an article about her deceased son was misleading.
(5645)Mrs Rachel Ditchfield (Hertfordshire on Sunday)
Mrs Rachel Ditchfield, Media Relations Manager of Hertfordshire Constabulary, complained that a poli
(5646)Ms C Beere (Gazette & Herald)
Ms C Beere of Wiltshire complained that an article regarding her former husband's business contained
(5647)Bradford Victim Support (Halifax Evening Courier)

Bradford Victim Support complained on behalf of three sisters whose mother had been murdered that a

(5648)Mrs S Pearson (Dronfield Advertiser)
Mrs S Pearson of Dronfield complained that an article inaccurately labelled her late son a 'junkie',
(5649)Mrs S Pearson (Derbyshire Times)
Mrs S Pearson of Dronfield complained that an article inaccurately labelled her late son a 'junkie',
(5650)Ms Magda Sachs (Daily Star)
Ms Magda Sachs of the Breastfeeding Network complained that an article about an advert which depicte
(5651)A man (Daily Record)
A man from Cumbernauld complained that an article contained inaccuracies about him and his wife.
(5652)Ms Ruth Henry (Daily Record)
Ms Ruth Henry of Glasgow complained that an article about her family intruded into her privacy.
(5653)Ms Magda Sachs (Daily Record)
Ms Magda Sachs of the Breastfeeding Network complained that an article about an advert which depicte
(5654)Mrs Pam Evans (Crawley Observer)
Mrs Pam Evans of Crawley complained that details about her seven year old grand-daughter were includ
(5655)Mr N Hall (Chorley Guardian)
Mr N Hall complained that an article contained inaccuracies relating to the termination of his emplo
(5656)Robinia Group Plc (Burton Mail)
Robinia Group Plc complained through solicitors Bevan Ashford of Plymouth that an article reporting
(5657)Mrs J Bergman (Borehamwood Times)
Mrs J Bergman complained that an article reporting a court case brought against her was inaccurate a
(5658)A woman (Milton Keynes on Sunday)
A woman complained that an article published in Milton Keynes on Sunday on 3 October 1999 headlined
(5659)A woman (Southern Daily Echo)
A woman complained that an article published in the Southern Daily Echo on 1 October 1999 headlined
(5660)Mr and Mrs Napuk/Mrs and Mrs Gibson (FHM)
Mr and Mrs Napuk of Edinburgh and Mr and Mrs Gibson of Inkberrow, Worcester, complained that an arti
(5661)Mr David Sullivan (The People)
Mr David Sullivan of Essex complained that an article headlined "Porn king threat to Cilla" publishe
(5662)Mr Mark Etchells (News of The World)
Mr Mark Etchells of the Desyre Foundation, Stoke-on-Trent, complained that an article headlined "Nak
(5663)Mr David Bryce (Sunday Mail)
Mr David Bryce, Director of Calton Athletic Recovery Group, Glasgow, complained that an article publ
(5664)Mr James Charters (Scottish News of the World)

Mr James Charters of Dumfries complained on behalf of his daughter Moira Charters and on behalf of T

(5665)Mr James Charters (Scottish Sun)
Mr James Charters of Dumfries complained on behalf of his daughter Moira Charters and on behalf of T
(5666)Miss S Taylor (News of The World)
Miss S Taylor complained that a payment by the News of the World to Allison Brown, a witness in the
(5667)Ms C McCrystal (Argyllshire Standard)

Ms C McCrystal of Glasgow complained that a report implied inaccurately that her brother's death was

(5668)Mr J Macnamara (The Sunday Telegraph)
Mr J Macnamara, security director at Harrods, complained that an article stated inaccurately that he
(5669)Premier Prison Services Ltd (Yorkshire Evening Post)

Lupton Fawcett, Solicitors, of Leeds complained on behalf of Premier Prison Services Ltd that an art

(5670)The Dean and Chapter of Westminster Abbey (The Times)
The Dean and Chapter of Westminster Abbey complained that a Diary item misleadingly suggested that t
(5671)Mr Li Shao (The Times)
Mr Li Shao of Nottingham complained that an article incorrectly referred to practitioners of Falun G
(5672)Mr Michael Newland (The Sunday Telegraph)
Mr Michael Newland, National Press Officer of the British National Party, complained of inaccuracy i
(5673)Mrs Deborah Rawlings (The Sun)
Mrs Deborah Rawlings of Glasgow, a nurse, complained that a report of a disciplinary hearing concern
(5674)Mr W Gould (The Sun)
Mr W Gould, Head Teacher of Hellesdon High School, complained that an article inaccurately attribute
(5675)Ms J Chapman (The Sun)
Ms J Chapman of the National House Building Council complained that an article inaccurately attribut
(5676)Mr James Mackay (The Sun)
Mr James Mackay, Deputy Chief Constable of Tayside Police, complained that an article about allegati
(5677)Mr Laurie Mayer (The Sun)
Mr Laurie Mayer, Director of Public Affairs, Harrods Ltd, Knightsbridge, complained that an article
(5678)Mr James Rothnie (The Sun)
Mr James Rothnie, Head of Public Relations for easyJet, complained that an article about an alleged
(5679)Mr James Rothnie (Daily Mirror)
Mr James Rothnie, Head of Public Relations for easyJet, complained that an article about an alleged
(5680)J P Shepherd (The Independent)
J P Shepherd, Head of Department and Professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at University of Wa
(5681)Mrs Jean McFarlane (The Herald (Glasgow))
Mrs Jean McFarlane of Glasgow and members of her family complained that an article made inaccurate r
(5682)Dr Nigel Higson, Dr Philip Bolton (The Daily Telegraph)
Dr Nigel Higson of Goodwood Court Surgery, Hove, and Dr Philip Bolton of Salisbury complained that a
(5683)Ms Sue Hyland (Sunderland Echo)
Ms Sue Hyland, Headteacher of Hougton Kepier School, Tyne and Wear, complained that a piece about an
(5684)Mr Brian Taylor (Sunday Sun)
Mr Brian Taylor of Northumberland complained on behalf of his son and his son's partner, Eileen Owen
(5685)Mr Paul Tyrrell (The People)

Mr Paul Tyrrell of Granada Television, Manchester, complained that an article about the television p

(5686)Ms R Sweeney (Sunday Mirror)
Ms R Sweeney of Cox & Power, London, complained that a report implied inaccurately that a member of
(5687)Mr Steve Jenkins (Sunday Express)
Mr Steve Jenkins, Head of Media Relations for the Church of England Archbishops' Council, complained
(5688)Detective Superintendent Jim Coupland (News of the World)
Detective Superintendent Jim Coupland of Edinburgh complained that an article about him contained in
(5689)Mr Steve Jones (Luton on Sunday)
Mr Steve Jones and Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Ambulance service complained through solicitors Vi
(5690)Ms Mina Sabri-Tabrizi (Kensington News)
Ms Mina Sabri-Tabrizi of Kensington, London, complained that an article about the death of her siste
(5691)Ms E Shorrock (High Peak Reporter)
Ms E Shorrock of Cheshire complained that an article included inaccuracies regarding her involvement
(5692)Mr K Rees (Hertfordshire on Sunday)
Mr K Rees of Cambridge complained that an article implied inaccurately that his daughter was a suspe
(5693)Mr James Rothnie (Greenock Telegraph)
Mr James Rothnie, Head of Public Relations for easyJet, complained that an article about an alleged
(5694)Mr Li Shao (Financial Times)
Mr Li Shao of Nottingham complained that an article incorrectly referred to practitioners of Falun G
(5695)Lord Donoughue (Evening Standard)
Lord Donoughue of Ashton complained that an article about his involvement with Robert Maxwell contai
(5696)Mr James Rothnie (Evening Post)

Mr James Rothnie, Head of Public Relations for easyJet, complained that an article about an alleged

(5697)Mrs Sally Jacobs (The Argus (Brighton))
Mrs Sally Jacobs of West Sussex complained that the newspaper's bill poster gave a misleading impres
(5698)Ms C McCrystal (Dunoon Observer)

Ms C McCrystal of Glasgow complained that a report implied inaccurately that her brother's death was

(5699)The Sidhu Family (Derby Telegraph)

The Sidhu Family of Derby complained that an article about the death of their close relative intrude

(5700)Mr James Rothnie (Daily Star)
Mr James Rothnie, Head of Public Relations for easyJet, complained that an article about an alleged
(5701)Mr Peter Wilson (Daily Sport)
Mr Peter Wilson of Southport complained that a front page headline, "Wife is buried under Big Dipper
(5702)Lord Carnarvon (Daily Mail)
Solicitors acting for Lord Carnarvon complained that an article stated inaccurately that his son and
(5703)Lord Donoughue (Daily Mail)
Lord Donoughue of Ashton complained that an article about his involvement with Robert Maxwell contai
(5704)Mr James Rothnie (Daily Mail)
Mr James Rothnie, Head of Public Relations for easyJet, complained that an article about an alleged
(5705)Mr James Rothnie (The Courier (Dundee))

Mr James Rothnie, Head of Public Relations for easyJet, complained that an article about an alleged

(5706)Ms H Wynyard-Wright (Best)
Ms H Wynyard-Wright complained that an article featuring her and her husband, about how "opposites a
(5707)A man (Hertfordshire Mercury)
A man from Hertfordshire complained that an article headlined "Hoaxer's thirst for a champagne lifes
(5708)Messrs McGrigor Donald on behalf of Ms Yvonne MacQuarrie (Scotland on Sunday)
Ms Yvonne MacQuarrie complained through solicitors Messrs McGrigor Donald of Glasgow that a photogra
(5709)The Rt Hon George Robertson MP and Mr Malcolm Robertson (Scotland on Sunday)
The Rt Hon George Robertson MP and Mr Malcolm Robertson of Ramoyle, Dunblane complained that an arti
(5710)Mr James Barlow (The Daily Telegraph)
Mr James Barlow of London SW1 complained that the Daily Telegraph published an article written by Vi
(5711)Mr Mike Bibb (Weston & Somerset Mercury)

Mr Mike Bibb of North Somerset complained through solicitors that an article published on May 14 199

(5712)Messrs Harman and Harman (Folkestone Herald)
Harman and Harman, Solicitors, of Canterbury, Kent, complained that an article published in the Folk
(5713)Mr James Barlow (Daily Mail)
Mr James Barlow of London SW1 complained that the Daily Mail published an article written by Victori
(5714)Messrs Stronachs Corporate on behalf of a woman (The Mail on Sunday)
Messrs Stronachs Corporate, solicitors of Inverness, complained on behalf of a woman that an article
(5715)Messrs Trump on behalf of Ms Pauline Green MEP (Daily Express)
Messrs Trumps, Solicitors, of Bristol complained on behalf of their client Ms Pauline Green MEP, tha
(5716)Nancy Seltzer Associates on behalf of Sean Connery (Sunday Mail)
Nancy Seltzer Associates complained on behalf of Sean Connery that a photograph that appeared in the
(5717)Nancy Seltzer Associates on behalf of Sean Connery (Daily Record)
Nancy Seltzer Associates complained on behalf of Sean Connery that a photograph that appeared in the
(5718)The Prime Minister and Mrs Blair (The Mail on Sunday)
The Prime Minister and Mrs Blair complained that articles and a leader in The Mail on Sunday on 24 J
(5719)Mr Douglas Brown (The Sun)
Mr Douglas Brown, Press and Public Relations Officer at Rampton Hospital Authority complained that a
(5720)A woman (Daily Star)
A woman from Plymouth complained that a photograph and caption that accompanied an article headlined
(5721)Ms B Coverley (The Sunday Telegraph)

Ms B Coverley of Suffolk complained that articles in several publications contained misleading refer

(5722)Ms B Coverley (Time Out)

Ms B Coverley of Suffolk complained that articles in several publications contained misleading refer

(5723)Ms B Coverley (The Observer)

Ms B Coverley of Suffolk complained that articles in several publications contained misleading refer

(5724)Ms B Coverley (Vogue)

Ms B Coverley of Suffolk complained that articles in several publications contained misleading refer

(5725)Ms B Coverley (The Mail on Sunday)

Ms B Coverley of Suffolk complained that articles in several publications contained misleading refer

(5726)Mr Dan Milosevic (The Solent)

Mr Dan Milosevic of Essex complained that reporters from several newspapers had attempted persistent

(5727)Mr Dan Milosevic (The Sun)

Mr Dan Milosevic of Essex complained that reporters from several newspapers had attempted persistent

(5728)Mr Dan Milosevic (The Times)

Mr Dan Milosevic of Essex complained that reporters from several newspapers had attempted persistent

(5729)Mr Dan Milosevic (The Independent)

Mr Dan Milosevic of Essex complained that reporters from several newspapers had attempted persistent

(5730)Mr Dan Milosevic (Daily Star)

Mr Dan Milosevic of Essex complained that reporters from several newspapers had attempted persistent

(5731)Mr Dan Milosevic (Daily Mirror)

Mr Dan Milosevic of Essex complained that reporters from several newspapers had attempted persistent

(5732)Mr Dan Milosevic (Sunday Sport)

Mr Dan Milosevic of Essex complained that reporters from several newspapers had attempted persistent

(5733)Ms Deborah Blount (What's on TV)
Ms Deborah Blount of Derbyshire complained that a TV listing wrongly described hare-coursing as ille
(5734)The Representative Body of the Church in Wales (Western Telegraph)
The Representative Body of the Church in Wales complained that an editorial inaccurately represented
(5735)Mr H W Hunt (Western Gazette)
Mr H W Hunt of Somerset complained that a report on the inquest into the death of his mother contain
(5736)Mr Peter Foot (Western Daily Press)
Mr Peter Foote of Bristol, complained that an article inaccurately said he had been arrested.
(5737)Mr David Smith (West Cumbrian Evening News, Star Magazine)
Mr David Smith of Cockermouth, Cumbria, complained that an article about the death of his son contai
(5738)Simon Lewis (The Sun)
Simon Lewis, Communications Secretary, Buckingham Palace, complained that a published photograph int
(5739)Ken Collins MEP and David Earnshaw (The Observer)
Ken Collins MEP and David Earnshaw of Brussels complained that a comment column wrongly claimed that
(5740)Dr R J Hallett FRCP (The News (Portsmouth))
Dr R J Hallett FRCP, Consultant Paediatrician, St Mary's Hospital, Portsmouth, complained that a rep
(5741)HRH Prince Charles (The Mirror, Daily Star)
HRH Prince Charles complained that an article about Prince Harry was intrusive.
(5742)HRH Prince Michael of Kent (Daily Mirror)
HRH Prince Michael of Kent complained through solicitors Biddle of London that an article about the
(5743)Professor Roger King (The Independent on Sunday)
Professor Roger King, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Lincolnshire and Humberside, complained t
(5744)Ms Carol Rawlinson (Scottish Daily Express)
Ms Carol Rawlinson of Iona complained that an article about the tragedy when four islanders drowned,
(5745)Miss Ann McIntosh MP (Daily Express)
Miss Ann McIntosh MP complained that an article about the declaration of MEPs' interests contained i
(5746)Mr Li Shao (The Daily Telegraph)
Mr Li Shao of Nottingham complained on behalf of practitioners of Falun Gong that an article had bee
(5747)Ms B Coverley (Elle)

Ms B Coverley of Suffolk complained that articles in several publications contained misleading refer

(5748)Mr Dan Milosevic (The People)

Mr Dan Milosevic of Essex complained that reporters from several newspapers had attempted persistent

(5749)Mr J Richards (The Cornishman)
Mr J Richards of Penzance complained that a newspaper's report about the car accident in which his d
(5750)Mr K Purssord (The People)
Mr K Purssord of London complained that an article contained inaccuracies regarding his relationship
(5751)Mr J L Harrison (Newark Advertiser)
Mr J L Harrison, Managing Director of Pelham Construction Ltd of Lincoln complained that an article
(5752)Mr I Bulbulia (Leeds Express)
Mr I Bulbulia complained on behalf of Leeds City Council that an article identified a 9 year old boy
(5753)The Managing Director of Terrafix Limited (Manchester Evening News)
The Managing Director of Terrafix Limited, Stoke on Trent complained that an article about an ambula
(5754)Mr Ian Woolley (Lymington Times)
Mr Ian Woolley of the Hampshire Wildlife Trust complained that an article wrongly claimed that the T
(5755)Mrs M Wilson (Halifax Evening Courier)

Mrs M Wilson complained that a report regarding the death of her son in an accident implied inaccura

(5756)Mr D Musson BA (FHM)
Mr D Musson BA, Headteacher of Maltby Comprehensive School in Maltby, Rotherham complained that an a
(5757)Ms B Coverley (Evening Standard)

Ms B Coverley of Suffolk complained that articles in several publications contained misleading refer

(5758)Mr Roger Webber (Evening Standard)
Mr Roger Webber of London, W1 complained that inaccuracies were published about his building mainten
(5759)Mr Martin Taylor (Colchester Gazette)

Mr Martin Taylor of Colchester, the victim of an assault, complained that although an interim magist

(5760)Ms V Oyston (Blackpool Gazette)

Ms V Oyston of Claughton, Lancaster complained of intrusion into her privacy by the publication of h

(5761)Mr T Horwood (Daily Star)
Mr T Horwood of the Catholic Media Office complained that an article wrongly reported that the Pope
(5762)The Right Reverend L E Luscombe (Daily Record)
The Right Reverend L E Luscombe of Dundee complained that his photograph was used to illustrate a st
(5763)Mr Kevin Keegan and Fulham Football Club (Daily Mail)
David Price & Co, solicitors, of London WC1 complained on behalf of Mr Kevin Keegan and Fulham Footb
(5764)Mr Peter Foote (Bristol Evening Post)
Mr Peter Foote of Bristol, complained that an article inaccurately said he had been arrested.
(5765)Mr D Cousins (Brentford Chiswick, Isleworth Times)
Mr D Cousins of HMP Belmarsh complained that an article stated inaccurately that the crimes for whic
(5766)Amway (UK) Ltd (Bella)
Solicitors acting for Amway (UK) Ltd complained that an account of a reporter's selling of Amway pro
(5767)Mr E Burke (The Universe)
Mr E Burke of Liverpool complained that an article concerning the conduct of the City Council during
(5768)Dr R Brown (Salisbury Journal)
Dr R Brown of Salisbury complained that an article headlined "Mum hanged a year after son's suicide"
(5769)Mr Bryan Harrison (Daily Mail)
Mr Bryan Harrison, Chief Executive of Forest Healthcare, London E17, complained that photographs whi
(5770)Miss Linda Wight and Mr W Goodwin (The Sun)
Miss Linda Wight and Mr W Goodwin of Wakefield complained that an article published in The Sun on Ma
(5771)A man (Front magazine)
A man from London complained that Reggie Kray or his associates had been paid for an article headlin
(5772)Mr Patrick Harrington (Searchlight Magazine)
Mr Patrick Harrington of London complained that in an article in Searchlight Magazine on 1 January 1
(5773)Mr Alexander McQueen and Givenchy SA (Time Out)
Mr Alexander McQueen and Givenchy SA complained through solicitors Theodore Goddard, that Time Out f
(5774)Messrs Allen & Overy on behalf of the Begum Aga Khan and His Highness the Aga Khan (Daily Mail)
Messrs Allen & Overy, Solicitors of London EC4, complained on behalf of the Begum Aga Khan and His H
(5775)Messrs Kirby & Co. on behalf of Mr Graham Baldwin (The Guardian)
Messrs Kirby & Co., solicitors of London SW19 complained on behalf of Mr Graham Baldwin, that report
(5776)Mr M Purdey (Western Morning News)
Mr M Purdey of Taunton, Somerset, complained that an article about BSE contained inaccuracies.
(5777)Mr John Wray (Western Daily Press)
Mr John Wray, Headteacher of Kingsmead Community School, Somerset complained that an article about s
(5778)Mr D Watters and Mrs E Watters (Wales on Sunday)
Mr D Watters and Mrs E Watters both of Abertridwr, Caerphilly complained through their MP that an in
(5779)Mr A Hammond (Varsity)
Mr A Hammond of Downing College, Cambridge, complained that an article about his political activity
(5780)Ms C Fardell (Thornbury Gazette)
Ms C Fardell of Kington, Thornbury complained of inaccuracy in an article concerning noise due to a
(5781)Mr B Roy (Scottish Sun)
Mr B Roy complained through solicitors, Ness Gallagher & Co of Wishaw, Lanarkshire that a reference
(5782)George Michael (The Sun)
George Michael complained that an article invaded his privacy.
(5783)Mr J Ramsay (The Herald (Glasgow))
Mr J Ramsay of the Grand Orange Lodge of Scotland complained that a report stated inaccurately that
(5784)Mr R Watkinson (Daily Express)
Mr R Watkinson of Hull complained that an article about the actor Michael J Fox included references
(5785)The Institute of Education, University of London (Daily Express)
The Institute of Education, University of London complained that an article inaccurately referred to
(5786)Mr T Sanderson (The Daily Telegraph)
Mr T Sanderson of London W5 complained that a reader's letter contained inaccuracies.
(5787)A man (The Cornishman)
A man from Penzance complained that a newspaper had reported personal medical details and therefore
(5788)Mr J Richards (The Cornishman)
Mr J Richards of Penzance complained that a newspaper's report about the car accident in which his d
(5789)Booster Electric Vehicles (Tamworth Herald)
Booster Electric Vehicles of Kempston in Bedfordshire complained that an article wrongly attributed
(5790)Mrs J Peacock (Sugar)
Mrs J Peacock of Berkshire complained that an article featuring her daughter and her experience of d
(5791)Mr I Bulbulia (Leeds Express)
Mr I Bulbulia complained on behalf of Leeds City Council that an article identified a 9 year old boy
(5792)Ms Vicky Entwistle (Lancashire Telegraph)

Ms Vicky Entwistle, complained through Granada Television that an article had revealed the location

(5793)Mrs A J Smith (Lancashire Evening Post)
Mrs A J Smith, County Bird Recorder, Greater Manchester, complained that an article about nesting si
(5794)Mr P Lyons (Hamilton Advertiser)
Mr P Lyons of Hamilton complained that a report contained inaccurate information about his driving c
(5795)Mr M Gamage (Sunday Express)
Mr M Gamage of the North Staffordshire Hospital complained that an article contained inaccuracies re
(5796)Mr D Cottam (Exeter Express & Echo)

Mr D Cottam of the Sandford Millennium Green Trust complained that coverage regarding plans for a mi

(5797)A man (Evening Star (Ipswich))

A man from Suffolk complained that an article speculated inaccurately that a body found in a park ma

(5798)Mr R Wilson (Edinburgh Evening News)
Mr R Wilson of Edinburgh complained that a story about a planned housing scheme incorrectly reported
(5799)Miss Julie Goodyear (Daily Star)
Miss Julie Goodyear complained that a published photograph of her was taken with a long lens while s
(5800)Mr A Walker (Daily Sport)
Mr A Walker of Hampshire complained that the caption to a photograph of his son suggested that he di
(5801)The Hon Judge David Edward (Daily Record)
The Hon Judge David Edward complained that an article relating to his involvement in a judgement giv
(5802)Mr J W Daniel (Daily Mail)
Mr J W Daniel, Grand Secretary of the United Grand Lodge of England complained that an article about
(5803)Mrs G Stone (Daily Mail)
Mrs G Stone complained through solicitors Kingsley Napley of London that a reference to her relinqui
(5804)The Chief Fire Officer (Bedfordshire on Sunday)
The Chief Fire Officer of Bedfordshire and Luton Fire and Rescue Service complained of distortion in
(5805)Mr A L Johns (Adscene)
Mr A L Johns of Folkestone, Kent, complained about the wording of a headline which he said was preju
(5806)Mr Andrew Thomson (Sunday Mail)
Mr Andrew Thomson of Kirkcaldy, Fife complained that representatives of the Sunday Mail breached Cla
(5807)Messrs Harbottle & Lewis on behalf of Robbie Williams (OK! Magazine)
Messrs Harbottle & Lewis, solicitors of London, complained on behalf of their client Robbie Williams
(5808)Mr Jonathan Hunt (The Guardian)
Mr Jonathan Hunt of Manchester complained that two articles published in The Guardian on 19 October
(5809)Mrs Joan Harvey (Rochdale Observer)
Mrs Joan Harvey of Littleborough, Lancashire complained on behalf of Mr D Rawlinson that a report in
(5810)Mr Chris Ryder (News of the World)
Mr Chris Ryder of Portavogie, Co. Down, complained that in an article in the News of the World on 6t
(5811)Messrs Eversheds, on behalf of Sir Elton John (Daily Sport)
Messrs Eversheds, Solicitors of London EC4, complained on behalf of Sir Elton John that the taking a
(5812)Messrs Eversheds, on behalf of Sir Elton John (Daily Star)
Messrs Eversheds, Solicitors of London EC4, complained on behalf of Sir Elton John that the taking a
(5813)Mr Daniel Kearney (Sunday Life)
Mr Daniel Kearney of London complained that a report in Sunday Life on 9 August 1998, headlined "Alc
(5814)Mrs P A'Court, Mrs T Norris, Mr and Mrs Knight and Mr and Mrs Dobson (The Sunday Telegraph)
Mrs P A'Court, Mrs T Norris, Mr and Mrs Knight and Mr and Mrs Dobson, complained that an article in
(5815)Mrs Teresa Norris, Mrs P A'Court, Mr and Mrs Knight and Mr and Mrs Dobson (New Nation)
The Rt. Hon. Eric Forth MP on behalf of his constituent Mrs Teresa Norris, Mrs P A'Court, Mr and Mrs
(5816)Mrs F Caldin (Chat)
Mrs F Caldin of Hertfordshire complained that a photograph of her children which accompanied an arti
(5817)Mr Paul Tyler CBE MP (The Times)
Mr Paul Tyler CBE MP complained that an article published in The Times on December 19 1998 headlined
(5818)Mrs D Wilkinson (Scottish Sun)
Mrs D Wilkinson of Millport, Isle of Cumbria complained that an article in The Sun (Scottish edition
(5819)Judith Longstreth (The Sunday Times Magazine)
Judith Longstreth of Bath complained that an article published in The Sunday Times Magazine on 22 No
(5820)Mrs B F Craggy (Woman's Own)
Mrs B F Craggy of Hull complained about a number of matters concerning publication of her story.
(5821)Ms A King (Whitstable Times)
Ms A King of Kent complained that an article regarding the sale of her pub implied inaccurately that
(5822)Mr D H Morgan (Western Mail)
Mr D H Morgan of Pembrokeshire complained that a report about his court appearance contained inaccur
(5823)Councillor Gurdev Manku (The Sunday Times)
Councillor Gurdev Manku of Birmingham complained that an article wrongly stated that a group of loca
(5824)Mr J Gardner (The Sun)
Mr J Gardner complained that an article about his home, accompanied by photographs, intruded into hi
(5825)Mr George Michael (The Sun)
Mr George Michael complained that the whereabouts of his home were identifiable following publicatio
(5826)Mr Dino Adriano (The Mirror)
Mr Dino Adriano, Chief Executive of Sainsburys plc, complained that an article comparing the renumer
(5827)Ms G Stanton (Daily Mirror)
Ms G Stanton complained through solicitors David Price & Co of London that the newspaper had failed
(5828)Mr Malcolm Keogh (The Independent on Sunday)
Mr Malcolm Keogh, of Tunbridge Wells, complained on behalf of the Aviation Study Group that an artic
(5829)Ms W Coucill (The Guardian)
Ms W Coucill of Coventry complained through solicitors that a photograph of her accompanying an arti
(5830)Mr A Lecomber (The Guardian)
Mr A Lecomber of the British National Party complained that a report stated inaccurately that Matthe
(5831)Mrs A Briggs (Daily Express)
Mrs A Briggs of Aldbury, Hertfordshire complained that an article on drug abuse was illustrated with
(5832)Mr L Mayer (Daily Express)
Mr L Mayer, Director of Public Affairs for Harrods, complained on behalf of Mr Mohamed Al Fayed that
(5833)Mr R Ball (The Daily Telegraph)
Mr R Ball of Aylesbury complained that an opinion column contained an inaccurate reference to the Hi
(5834)Mr A Craig (Snooker Scene)
Mr A Craig, Secretary of the Scottish Billiards & Snooker Association, complained that an article ab
(5835)Mr K Anthony Hilton (St Helens Star)
Mr K Anthony Hilton complained through solicitors Messrs Stephensons of Leigh that a report stated w
(5836)Mrs J Rilatt (News of the World)
Mrs J Rilatt, Development Officer of Scunthorpe and Grimsby Rape Crisis, complained that she had bee
(5837)Ms P Mason (More!)
Ms P Mason complained that a problem page letter wrongly identified her as one of the letter writers
(5838)Applied Sweepers Ltd (Local Authority Plant Vehicles)
Solicitors Warner Cranston, of London SE1, complained on behalf of Applied Sweepers Ltd that an arti
(5839)Councillor Marie McGiveron (Liverpool Echo)
Councillor Marie McGiveron complained through solicitors, Quinn Melville of Liverpool, that an artic
(5840)Mr G King (Evening News (Norwich))
Mr G King of Norfolk complained that an article inaccurately attributed the name of a local valley.
(5841)Mr D Riches (Evening Chronicle (Newcastle Upon Tyne))
Mr D Riches of Newcastle-upon-Tyne complained that an article wrongly included the name of his broth
(5842)Mr R Amstrong (Evening Chronicle (Newcastle Upon Tyne))
Mr R Amstrong of Northshields complained that an article published prior to the inquest into his son
(5843)Mrs J Akehurst (The Argus (Brighton))
Mrs J Akehurst of West Sussex complained that a report of court proceedings involving her husband wr
(5844)Mr David Jason (Daily Star)
Mr David Jason complained that an article was published in breach of Clause 10 (Innocent relatives a
(5845)Mr P Hewson (Daily Star)
Mr P Hewson complained through solicitors, Messrs Clintons, of London, that published photographs in
(5846)Mr D Jones (Liverpool Daily Post (Welsh edition))

Mr D Jones of the Chamber of Trade, Barmouth, complained that a report stated inaccurately that tour

(5847)Mrs M Read (Daily Mail)
Mrs M Read of CMT International complained that an article regarding peripheral neuropathy wrongly i
(5848)Mrs J Salisbury (Caithness Courier)
Mrs J Salisbury of Sutherland complained that a report of industrial tribunal proceedings did not in
(5849)Florence Bright and others (Daily Mail)
1. THE COMPLAINT 1.0"Florence Bright of Stewart Road, Bournemouth and others complained that
(5850)Ms Irene Rawlings (Express & Star (Wolverhampton))

Ms Irene Rawlings of Penn, Wolverhampton, complained that an article headlined "Jayne's trolley dash

(5851)A man (The Observer)
A man from Tweedale complained that a journalist obtained material for an article headlined "Gunsmit
(5852)Mr Richard Evans (Bristol Evening Post)
Mr Richard Evans, Corporate Press Officer of North Somerset Council complained that an article headl
(5853)Mr Mike Jempson on behalf of Ms Teresa Duke and Mr Mark Wallace (News of the World)
Mr Mike Jempson of Presswise complained on behalf of Ms Teresa Duke and Mr Mark Wallace that an arti
(5854)Clive Bates, Director of ASH (The Sunday Telegraph)
Clive Bates, Director of ASH, of London W1, complained that an article published in The Sunday Teleg
(5855)Mr J D M Robertson CBE (West Highland Free Press)
Mr J D M Robertson CBE, of Spinningdale, Sutherland, complained through solicitors Shepherd & Wedder
(5856)Dafydd Wigley MP (Daily Express)
Dafydd Wigley MP complained that an article in The Express on 7 August 1998 headlined "Waste of mone
(5857)Bob Lacey OBE (Eastbourne Gazette)
Councillor Bob Lacey OBE of Eastbourne Borough Council complained on behalf of Councillor Mrs Ann Mu
(5858)Dyno-Rod Developments Ltd (The Restaurant Business)

Dyno-Rod Developments Ltd complained through solicitors, Field Fisher Waterhouse of London, that rep

(5859)Dyno-Rod Developments Ltd (British Baker)

Dyno-Rod Developments Ltd complained through solicitors, Field Fisher Waterhouse of London, that rep

(5860)Mrs Janet Sarkar (Worcester News)
Mrs Janet Sarkar of Worcester, founder of Agoraphobic Link Line, complained that a photograph of a v
(5861)Messrs Walker and Clark (Wigan Observer)
Messrs Walker and Clark of Wigan Metropolitan Borough Council complained that a published photograph
(5862)Councillor Peter Forrest (The Voice)
Councillor Peter Forrest, Conservative Opposition Leader for Haringey Council, complained that an ar
(5863)Ms Margaret Kane (The Times Educational Supplement)
Ms Margaret Kane complained throught solicitors, Messrs Richard Jacklin & Co of Southport, that an a
(5864)Mrs Janet George (The Times)
Mrs Janet George, Chief Press Officer of the Countryside Alliance, complained that a diary piece abo
(5865)Major James D Macdonald (The Sunday Times)
Major James D Macdonald of Norfolk complained that an article reported inaccurate allegations about
(5866)Professor Richard Green (The Sunday Times)
Professor Richard Green, Research Director of the Gender Identity Clinic at Charing Cross Hospital,
(5867)Professor Ian Craft (The Sunday Times)
Professor Ian Craft complained through solicitors, Messrs S J Berwin & Co of London, that an article
(5868)Mr G Robertson (Scottish Sun)
Mr G Robertson of Cacks complained that an article regarding the death of his father-in-law incorrec
(5869)The Portsmouth Deaf Association (The News (Portsmouth))
The Portsmouth Deaf Association complained that a piece wrongly claimed that cochlear implants cured
(5870)Mr and Mrs Gray and Miss Kerry Gray (Daily Mirror)
Mr and Mrs Gray and Miss Kerry Gray complained through solicitors Moore & Blatch, of Southampton, th
(5871)Mr R Hayes (Daily Mirror)
Mr R Hayes of Norwich complained that an article about death of his brother was misleading and intru
(5872)Ms Jeanette Casey (The Merseymart & Star)
Ms Jeanette Casey complained through solicitors Messrs CR Traynor & Co of Liverpool, that an article
(5873)Lord Ezra (The Merseymart & Star)
Lord Ezra complained that an article about peers paid interests was misleading.
(5874)Ms A Dasi (The Independent)
Ms A Dasi of Hertfordshire complained on behalf of the International Society for Krishna Consciousne
(5875)Ms Sheila M Howat (The Herald (Glasgow))
Labour councillor Ms Sheila M Howat of Dumfries complained that an article inaccuarately described a
(5876)Mr and Mrs J Lawrence (The Guardian)
Mr and Mrs J Lawrence of Norfolk complained that a report of their application to adopt a mixed-race
(5877)Norfolk County Council (Daily Express)
Norfolk County Council Social Services complained that an article headlined Call to outlaw airguns f
(5878)Dr Kenneth Leech (The Daily Telegraph)
The Reverend Dr Kenneth Leech of St Botolphs Church, Algate, London, complained that an article wron
(5879)A woman (South Wales Echo)
A woman from Manchester complained that an article about her godmother being defrauded was an invasi
(5880)Mrs E Hamshere (Richmond Guardian)
Mrs E Hamshere of Dorset complained that a report of a mans death after an accident stated inaccurat
(5881)Dyno-Rod Developments Ltd (Professional Pest Controller)

Dyno-Rod Developments Ltd complained through solicitors, Field Fisher Waterhouse of London, that rep

(5882)Mr R Hutchinson (Pontefract & Castleford Express)
Mr R Hutchinson of West Yorkshire complained that an article about the death of a young motorist con
(5883)Mr Paul McKenna (People Management)
Mr Paul McKenna complained through solicitors, Schilling & Lom of London, that an article regarding
(5884)Mrs M A Fraser (News Shopper (Bromley))

Mrs M A Fraser of Kent complained that a report that Bromley Council had been fined for failing to e

(5885)Ms Emma Thompson (News of the World)
Ms Emma Thompson complained through solicitors Field Fisher Waterhouse of London that an article wro
(5886)Thames Valley Police (News of the World)
Thames Valley Police complained that an Alan Clarke comment piece about the tragic death of Steven S
(5887)Ms Christina Malone (News of the World)
Ms Christina Malone of Cheshire complained that an article contained inaccuracies regarding her rela
(5888)Miss Diane Parish (News of the World)
Miss Diane Parish, an actress in the television drama Eastenders, complained that an article about h
(5889)Mr A Stewart (Newham Recorder)
Mr A Stewart of the Newham Independents Association complained that an article about candidates in t
(5890)Councillor Margaret Clarke (Liverpool Daily Post)
Councillor Margaret Clarke, the Lord Mayor of Liverpool, complained that a report stated inaccuratel
(5891)Mr John Robinson (Lancashire Evening Post)
Mr John Robinson of London complained that detail in a report about a burglary at his parents home w
(5892)Mr D Knowles (Hythe Herald)
Mr D Knowles, Town Clerk, Town and Cinque Port of Hythe, complained that an article about chairs pur
(5893)A woman (Huddersfield Daily Examiner)
A woman complained through solicitors, Messrs Parker Bird of West Yorkshire, that an article giving
(5894)The Meat & Livestock Commission (FHM)
The Meat & Livestock Commission of Milton Keynes complained that an article made inaccurate statemen
(5895)Gerald Kaufman MP (Sunday Express)
Mr Gerald Kaufman MP complained that a front page report attributed to him views about the Israeli P
(5896)Mr Paul Volley (Evening Standard)
Mr Paul Volley of Middlesex complained that the outcome of his trial for allegedly causing actual bo
(5897)George Yerby (Eastbourne Herald)
George Yerby, of the South Downs Campaign Group, complained that a comment piece wrongly stated that
(5898)Mr Heerun Persun (Ealing & Acton Gazette)
Mr Heerun Persun of London complained that he was wrongly described as a business partner in a piece
(5899)Mr John W Franks (Northampton Chronicle & Echo)

Mr John W Franks of Northampton complained that an article about the cost of a new book of poems abo

(5900)Dyno-Rod Developments Ltd (Pest Control News)

Dyno-Rod Developments Ltd complained through solicitors, Field Fisher Waterhouse of London, that rep

(5901)Various (The Daily Telegraph)

1.THE COMPLAINTS 1.0"The complaints. The Commission considered three sets of complaints under Cla

(5902)Various (Daily Express)

1.THE COMPLAINTS 1.0"The complaints. The Commission considered three sets of complaints under Cla

(5903)Various (Daily Mirror)

1.THE COMPLAINTS 1.0"The complaints. The Commission considered three sets of complaints under Cla

(5904)Mr Mark Pollock (Daily Record)
Mr Mark Pollock of HM Prison Shotts complained that a photograph published in the Daily Record on 25
(5905)Messrs Norton Rose on behalf of The Rt Hon Nicholas Brown MP (Punch)
Messrs Norton Rose, solicitors, complained on behalf of their client The Rt Hon Nicholas Brown MP th
(5906)Mr Peter Colgan (Manchester Evening News)
Mr Peter Colgan of Stockport, Cheshire, complained that a report headlined "Five pupils kicked out o
(5907)Mr Peter Colgan (Manchester Metro News)
Mr Peter Colgan of Stockport, Cheshire, complained that a report headlined "Race row at school" in t
(5908)Mr Robert Payne (Hertfordshire Mercury)
Mr Robert Payne of Hertford complained on behalf of his eighteen year old son that a report publishe
(5909)Mr D Bourne (Bedfordshire on Sunday)
Mr D Bourne, Chair of Governors, Margaret Beaufort Middle School, complained about approaches made b
(5910)Miss V M Oliver (Manchester Evening News)
Miss V M Oliver of Rochdale complained that a report published in the Manchester Evening News on 9 M
(5911)Messrs Hickman Rose (The Times)
Messrs Hickman Rose, Solicitors, of London complained on behalf of a number of prisoners that two ar
(5912)Various (The Times)

1.THE COMPLAINTS 1.0"The complaints. The Commission considered three sets of complaints under Cla

(5913)Mr Stephen Billington (The People)
Mr Stephen Billington, c/o Granada Studios, Manchester, complained that an article published in the
(5914)Mr C Black (Bedfordshire on Sunday)
Mr C Black, Chairman of Governors of Hastingsbury School and Community College, Kempston, Bedford co
(5915)An army officer (The News (Portsmouth))
An army officer complained that reports headlined "Get rid of our baby -or I'll kill you" and "Army
(5916)Mr G Clement (South Yorkshire Times)
Mr G Clement of Barnsley complained on behalf of Mrs Cathy Chadwick that a reporter from the South Y
(5917)Mr Alfred Joseph (Sunday Mail)
Mr Alfred Joseph complained through solicitors, Messrs Brodies of Edinburgh, that an article headlin
(5918)Messrs Avery, Clifford & Co. (Reading Post)

Messrs Avery, Clifford & Co, solicitors, of Reading, Berks, complained that the Reading Evening Post

(5919)A woman (News of the World)
A woman from Leicester complained that an article in the News of the World on 18 January 1998, "Love
(5920)Sir Paul McCartney (Hello!)
Sir Paul McCartney complained that publication of photographs of him with his family in Paris, in He
(5921)Mrs S Winterflood (Woman's Realm)
Mrs S Winterflood of Ilford, Essex, complained that an article about personal computers which featur
(5922)Mr P Henderson (Woking Informer)
Mr P Henderson of Surrey complained that an article about him standing in Council Elections for the
(5923)Mrs A Mills (Western Morning News)
Mrs A Mills of Chulmleigh, Devon, complained that a photograph of her house was published without he
(5924)The Wanstead Music Centre (Wanstead & Woodford Guardian)

The Wanstead Music Centre of London complained that a report implied wrongly that their business had

(5925)Mr C Ride (The Sunday Times)
Mr C Ride, Director of Environmental Services, Cheltenham Borough Council, complained that an articl
(5926)The Rt Hon Nicholas Brown MP (The Sunday Times)
The Rt Hon Nicholas Brown MP complained through solicitors Norton Rose, of London EC3, that an artic
(5927)Mr M Valand (The Sun)
Mr M Valand of Leicester complained that an article about his hiccups inaccurately said they were ca
(5928)A couple (The People)
A couple complained that an article about a terrorist purchasing a home was inaccurately illustrated
(5929)A Lottery winner (Daily Mirror)
A Lottery winner complained that his identity was revealed in a piece which contained several seriou
(5930)Ms F Nelson (Scottish Daily Express)
Ms F Nelson, Chairperson of Dundee Federation of Tenants Association, complained that a piece about
(5931)Mr N Blatherwick (Daily Express)
Mr N Blatherwick of Derby complained that an article about childrens football implied inaccurately t
(5932)Mr S Matthews (Evening Standard)
Mr S Matthews of London, E5, complained that a published letter contained inaccuracies about him.
(5933)Mrs S Fairnie (The Daily Telegraph)
Mrs S Fairnie, Headteacher of St Thomas Church of England Primary School, Merseyside, complained tha
(5934)A television news presenter (Sunday Mail)
A television news presenter complained that an article inaccurately referred to her as the step-daug
(5935)Ms J Galloway (Scottish Daily Mail)
Ms J Galloway of Glasgow complained that articles concerning her relationship with her former partne
(5936)Miss S Bashir (Luton on Sunday)
Miss S Bashir of Luton complained that a photograph, taken without her permission, was used to illus
(5937)Mr B Stuart (Farnborough News & Mail)

Mr B Stuart of Farnborough complained that an article stated inaccurately that his daughter had undo

(5938)Mr P Ferris (Evening Times (Glasgow))
Mr P Ferris of HMP Belmarsh, and his sister Ms Caroline Moore, complained that an article stated ina
(5939)Ms V Young (Daily Mail)
Ms V Young of Coulsdon complained that when publishing her letter the newspaper included her name an
(5940)The General Manager of Hay & Brecon Farmers Ltd (Brecon & Radnor Express)
The General Manager of Hay & Brecon Farmers Ltd complained about inaccuracies in a report about the
(5941)Mr and Mrs L Matheson (Ross-shire Journal)
Mr and Mrs L Matheson complained through solicitors Middleton Ross & Arnot of Dingwall, Ross-shire t
(5942)Mr and Mrs L Matheson (Press & Journal (Aberdeen))

Mr and Mrs L Matheson complained through solicitors Middleton Ross & Arnot of Dingwall, Ross-shire,

(5943)Mrs Joanne Lloyd and Mr John Ogden (Sunday Sun)
Mrs Joanne Lloyd and Mr John Ogden of Coxhoe, Durham, complained that an article headlined "The magi
(5944)Dr K Khare (News of the World)
Dr K Khare of Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, complained that an article headlined "Doctor in 5000
(5945)Mr Michael Maude (Derby Telegraph)

Mr Michael Maude of Breadsall, Derby, complained that an article headlined "Toddler dies of meningit

(5946)Ms D Robson (Evening Standard)
Ms D Robson of London E5 complained that an article headlined "The council officer told her friend:
(5947)Mr Paul Burrell (Sunday Express)
Mr Paul Burrell, Fundraising and Events Manager of the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund, compl
(5948)Mrs L Head (Luton on Sunday)
Mrs L Head of Spalding, Lincolnshire, complained that an article concerning the death of her son hea
(5949)Mr Edward Beever (News of the World)
Mr Edward Beever, of Barnsley, South Yorkshire, complained that an article headlined "Police sergean
(5950)Revd Pat Brown (Nottingham Post)

Revd Pat Brown of Woodthorpe, Nottingham, complained that an article headlined "Vicar's girl shopped

(5951)Dr R Waller (Daily Star)
Dr R Waller, of The University of Liverpool, and six others complained that a short leader comment,
(5952)The Tucker family (Caribbean Times)
The Tucker family complained via solicitors Berryman & Co of Nottingham, that an article published i
(5953)Mr M Miller (Daily Mail)
Mr M Miller of MJM, London, complained that an article in the Daily Mail on 15 November 1997 headlin
(5954)Madden & Finucane on behalf of Ms Anne Dobbin (Sunday World)
Madden & Finucane, solicitors of Belfast, complained on behalf of their client, Ms Anne Dobbin that
(5955)Mr Adrian Kidd (Newmarket Journal)
Mr Adrian Kidd of Chippenham complained that an article published in the Newmarket Journal on 22 Jan
(5956)Messrs J R Jones on behalf of a client (The Voice)
J R Jones (Solicitors) of London E15, complained on behalf of a client that an article in The Voice
(5957)Sir Richard Storey Bt CBE (The Press (York))

Sir Richard Storey Bt CBE complained that an article and an editorial concerning management at Settr

(5958)Mr Ron Hutchinson (Wishaw Press)
Mr Ron Hutchinson, Honorary Secretary of the Wishaw Golf Club complained that an article stated wron
(5959)The Chief Education Officer (Wakefield Express)
The Chief Education Officer of City of Wakefield Metropolitan District Council complained that an ar
(5960)Mr D Hill (Times & Star)
Mr D Hill of Cockermouth, Cumbria, complained that an article about the annual report of a local com
(5961)The Rt Hon Sir Norman Fowler MP (The Times)
The Rt Hon Sir Norman Fowler MP complained that a diary piece was misleading and that he had not bee
(5962)Miss J Winship (The Times)
Miss J Winship of Nottingham complained that a report of her fathers death stated inaccurately that
(5963)Mr D Gunn (The Sun)
Mr D Gunn, Public Relations Consultant for Malvern College, complained that an article about an alle
(5964)Ms J Galloway (Scottish Sun)
Ms J Galloway of Glasgow complained that an article about her application to the Sheriff Court to ex
(5965)Professor C Jones (The Mail on Sunday)
Professor C Jones of the University of Liverpool complained that an article regarding satanic abuse
(5966)Mr and Mrs G Park (The Mail on Sunday)
Mr and Mrs G Park complained through solicitors Forresters of Barrow-in-Furness that the obtaining a
(5967)Mr A Pass (Evening Standard)
Mr A Pass of Isham, Northants, complained that an article which quoted him commenting on the fortune
(5968)Mrs M Biddlecombe (Sunday Express)
Mrs M Biddlecombe, a member of the Unification Church, from Germany, complained that a report stated
(5969)Miss G Couch (Rhondda Leader)
Miss G Couch of Rhondda complained that a report about the inquest into her brothers death contained
(5970)Mr A W Lee (News of the World)
Mr A W Lee, University Secretary and Clerk to the Board of Governors, University of Wolverhampton, c
(5971)Mr D Gunn (News of the World)
Mr D Gunn, Public Relations Consultant for Malvern College, complained that an article about an alle
(5972)Sir Teddy Taylor MP (News of the World)
Sir Teddy Taylor MP complained that interviews with him were obtained by subterfuge and that the res
(5973)Mr J Wales (Middlesbrough Evening Gazette)
Mr J Wales of Middlesborough complained that a report of his sons court appearance for burglary stat
(5974)Mr J Patterson (Evening Times (Glasgow))
Mr J Patterson of Johnstone complained that an article about HM Inspectors report into the school at
(5975)Ms J Donaldson (Edinburgh Evening News)
Ms J Donaldson of Edinburgh complained that an article about her estranged husbands court appearance
(5976)Ms Siobhan Cushnahan (Evening Chronicle (Newcastle Upon Tyne))
Ms Siobhan Cushnahan of London complained that a report of her mothers death in hospital contained i
(5977)Mr G Cushnahan (Evening Chronicle (Newcastle Upon Tyne))
Mr G Cushnahan of Whitley Bay complained that a report referring to his ex-wifes death in hospital c
(5978)Dr S Marsh-Smith (Brecon & Radnor Express)
Dr S Marsh-Smith of Powys complained that an article about a fire which had occurred on his land con
(5979)Mr W Bohdanowicz (Stevenage Mercury)

Mr W Bohdanowicz of Watton at Stone, Hertfordshire, complained that articles in the Hertfordshire Me

(5980)A woman (Hastings & St Leonards Observer)
A woman from Hastings complained that three articles published in the Hastings & St Leonards Observe
(5981)Mr Andrew Gold (The Observer)
Mr Andrew Gold, staff reporter for the Sunday Mail, complained that a report in The Observer on 17 A
(5982)Mr Andrew Gold (The Herald (Glasgow))
Mr Andrew Gold, staff reporter for the Sunday Mail, complained that a report in The Herald on 18 Aug
(5983)Mr Michael Mulford (The Courier (Dundee))

Mr Michael Mulford of Glasgow, complained that approaches made by the Courier & Advertiser (Dundee) af

(5984)Messrs Philpott Platt Niblett & Wight, on behalf of a young woman (Clydebank Post)
Messrs Philpott Platt Niblett & Wight, solicitors, of Clydebank, complained on behalf of a young wom
(5985)Ms Cathy Powell (News of the World)

Ms Cathy Powell of Peterborough, complained under Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Code on behalf of her bo

(5986)Messrs Dale & Co on behalf of a client (The Northern Echo)
Messrs Dale & Co, solicitors, of Lincoln complained on behalf of a client that an article about her
(5987)Mr John McLean (The Voice)
Mr John McLean of Southall, Middlesex, complained that an article in The Voice "Thats no way to love
(5988)A man (The Sunday Telegraph)
A man complained that an article published in The Sunday Telegraph on 29 September 1996 headlined "
(5989)A man (Bolton Evening News)
A man complained that an article and photograph in the Bolton Evening News on 16 January 1998 identi
(5990)Stuart Benson and Company acting for Mr Mohamed Al Fayed (Evening Standard)
Stuart Benson and Company, solicitors acting for Mr Mohamed Al Fayed, complained that an article in
(5991)A woman (Edinburgh Evening News)
A woman complained on behalf of herself and her parents that on 31 October 1997 the Edinburgh Evenin
(5992)A woman (Daily Mail)
A woman from County Durham complained that an article which appeared in the Daily Mail on 21 October
(5993)Mr Philip Isherwood (Bolton Evening News)
Mr Philip Isherwood of Leigh, Lancashire, complained on behalf of his stepdaughter that a report pub
(5994)Professor Ian Greer and Ms Lauren Sutherland (Sunday Mail)
Professor Ian Greer and Ms Lauren Sutherland of Glasgow complained that an article about them and th
(5995)Mr A J Crompton (The Sun)
Mr A J Crompton of London NW1 and 6 others complained that an article headlined " Its cruel to let g
(5996)The Royal Hospitals NHS Trust (The Voice)
The Royal Hospitals NHS Trust complained that a reporter from The Voice had gained admission to a ho
(5997)Mr W Bohdanowicz (Hertfordshire Mercury)

Mr W Bohdanowicz of Watton at Stone, Hertfordshire, complained that articles in the Hertfordshire Me

(5998)Mrs Linda Bushell (The Bath Chronicle)
Mrs Linda Bushell of Bath complained that on 2 October 1997 The Bath Chronicle published without con
(5999)Detective Superintendent D McGookin (The Independent on Sunday)
Detective Superintendent D McGookin of the Kent County Constabulary complained that an article publi
(6000)Mr Michael Day (The Independent on Sunday)
Mr Michael Day, Founder & Trustee of The Tiger Trust, complained that a report headlined "Save tiger
(6001)Mrs Doreen Cronin (Countryweek Hunting)
Mrs Doreen Cronin, Secretary, Devon and Somerset Residents Association for Deer Protection, complain
(6002)Messrs Carter Hodge, on behalf of a rape victim (Ellesmere Port Standard)
Messrs Carter Hodge, Solicitors of Wirral, Merseyside, complained on behalf of a rape victim that an
(6003)Mr Paul McKenna (The People)
Mr Paul McKenna, a well known stage hypnotist, complained through his solicitors, Messrs Schilling &
(6004)Mr James Barrington (Wildlife Guardian)
Mr James Barrington, Director of Wildlife Network, Rutland, complained that articles published in th
(6005)Mrs G Brooks (Liverpool Daily Post)

Mrs G Brooks of Lowton, Cheshire, complained that reports in two newspapers, concerning a road accid

(6006)Mrs S Forsyth (Daily Record)

Mrs S Forsyth, wife of the former Secretary of State for Scotland, complained that articles in three

(6007)Mr S Clinton (Mid Wales Journal)

Mr S Clinton of Cridellen, Newbridge on Wye, complained that reports in four newspapers of a court c

(6008)Mr S Clinton (Powys County Times)

Mr S Clinton of Cridellen, Newbridge on Wye, complained that reports in four newspapers of a court c

(6009)Mrs S Forsyth (Scottish Daily Mirror)

Mrs S Forsyth, wife of the former Secretary of State for Scotland, complained that articles in three

(6010)Mr S Clinton (Brecon & Radnor Express)

Mr S Clinton of Cridellen, Newbridge on Wye, complained that reports in four newspapers of a court c

(6011)Mr S Clinton (Western Mail)

Mr S Clinton of Cridellen, Newbridge on Wye, complained that reports in four newspapers of a court c

(6012)Mr D Ridgway (Western Mail)
Mr D Ridgway of the Gelli Stone Company complained that an article referred incorrectly to another s
(6013)Mrs M Healey (Western Mail)
Mrs M Healey, of Cardiff, complained that the headline of an article implied that her son had been c
(6014)Mr R Christopher (Western Daily Press)
Mr R Christopher of Glastonbury complained that an article in a local newspaper contained inaccuraci
(6015)Mr M Coleman (The Times)
Mr M Coleman complained through solicitors Messrs Rowley Ashworth, of London SW19, that a piece stat
(6016)Ms A Sutton (The Times)
Ms A Sutton of the Centre for Bioethics and Public Policy complained that a report implied wrongly t
(6017)Mr R Casale MP (The Sunday Times)
Mr R Casale MP complained that an article stated inaccurately that he had given a parliamentary pass
(6018)Mr J Graney (The Sunday Telegraph)
Mr J Graney of St Helens, Lancashire, complained that a newspaper's published transcript of Earl Spe
(6019)Dr T P Jotangia (The Sunday Telegraph)
Dr T P Jotangia of Coventry, Mr P Mistry of Bradford and Councillor Chunilal Chavda of London Boroug
(6020)Mr L A Mitchell (The Scotsman)
Mr L A Mitchell, School Representative of the Nicolson Institute, of Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis,
(6021)Mrs J Robertson (The Observer)
Mrs J Robertson of Halow (London), complained that an article about the charity stated that an emplo
(6022)Ms P Little (The Observer)
Ms P Little, a member of the Executive Committee of the League Against Cruel Sports, complained that
(6023)Mrs S Forsyth (Daily Mirror)

Mrs S Forsyth, wife of the former Secretary of State for Scotland, complained that articles in three

(6024)Mr N Kyne (Daily Mirror)
Mr N Kyne of Aldershot complained that an article implied inaccurately that he was guilty of a footb
(6025)Mr and Mrs Hudson (The Mirror)
Mr and Mrs Hudson of Harrogate, North Yorkshire, complained that an article referring to a car accid
(6026)Mr A Pass (Daily Mirror)
Mr A Pass of Northamptonshire complained that an article which quoted him apparently expressing ambi
(6027)Caroline Quentin and Paul Merton (Daily Mirror)
Caroline Quentin and Paul Merton, entertainers, complained through solicitors Messrs Gordon Dadds, o
(6028)Mr D Pincham (The Independent)
Mr D Pincham of the UK Narcolepsy Association complained that an article stated inaccurately that da
(6029)Dr D Thomas (The Guardian)
Dr D Thomas of Trinity Hall, Cambridge complained that a columnist's article about his invitation fo
(6030)Mr A Morton (The Guardian)
Mr A Morton of Helensburgh complained that an article stated inaccurately that a method of analysis
(6031)Mr B Ferns (Scottish Daily Express)
Mr B Ferns of Moray complained that a newspaper's published version of his letter had inaccurately d
(6032)Mrs M Fleming (Scottish Daily Express)
Mrs M Fleming of Date-Link, Glasgow, complained that a photograph illustrating a piece about dating
(6033)Mrs A E Walton (Daily Express)
Mrs A E Walton of the Schizophrenia Media Agency complained that an article made a misleading and pr
(6034)Mr Elton John (Daily Express)
Mr Elton John complained through solicitors Messrs Frere Cholmley Bischoff, of London EC4, that an a
(6035)Mr and Mrs George Harrison (Daily Express)
Mr and Mrs George Harrison complained through solicitors Messrs Frere Cholmeley Bischoff, of London
(6036)Ms A Lennox (Evening Standard)
Ms A Lennox complained through solicitors, Harbottle & Lewis of London, that an article indicated he
(6037)The Hon Mrs Frances Shand Kydd (Sunday Mirror)
The Hon Mrs Frances Shand Kydd complained through solicitors Gillespie Macandrew of Edinburgh that a
(6038)Lord Brocket (Sunday Mirror)
Lord Brocket complained that details concerning a computer course he was reported to have taken cont
(6039)Councillor D English (South Wales Echo)
Councillor D English, of Cardiff County Council, complained that an article about a local resident's
(6040)Mr P Bahia (Southern Daily Echo)
Mr P Bahia of the Socialist Labour Party in Southampton complained that a report stated inaccurately
(6041)A woman (Southern Daily Echo)
A woman complained on behalf of her mother, who had been the victim of a gang of burglars, that a re
(6042)The Honourable Lord Nimmo Smith (Scotland on Sunday)
The Honourable Lord Nimmo Smith complained through solicitors Messrs Lindsays WS, of Edinburgh, that
(6043)A woman (Rochdale Observer)
A woman complained that a report of a sexual attack included several pieces of information which she
(6044)Ms S Murgatroyd (News of the World)
Ms S Murgatroyd of Newmarket complained that an article about her friendship with Mr Rees-Jones, bod
(6045)Mrs G Brooks (Liverpool Echo)

Mrs G Brooks of Lowton, Cheshire, complained that reports in two newspapers, concerning a road accid

(6046)Mr R Ramos-Garcia (Kensington News)
Mr R Ramos-Garcia complained through solicitors Messrs Moss & Co of London WC2 that a report of the
(6047)Miss E Gasson (Kensington & Chelsea Times)
Miss E Gasson, the Liberal Democrat general election candidate for Regent's Park and North Kensingto
(6048)Ms Sylvia Choi (Islington Gazette)
Ms Sylvia Choi of London complained that an article concerning a controversial swimming pool nightcl
(6049)Mr C J Pickett (Hendon & Finchley Times)
Mr C J Pickett, of Uganda Link Trust, complained that an article about the experiences of a teacher
(6050)Ms A Reid (Evening Times (Glasgow))
Ms A Reid, Secretary of the Ferguslie Community Forum, complained that an article about a murder wro
(6051)Mrs V Ramsey (East London Advertiser)
Mrs V Ramsey of Waltham Abbey, Essex, complained that an article about a film, which was said to be
(6052)Mrs D Pearson (Daily Star)
Mrs D Pearson of Rhiwbina, Cardiff, complained that an article headlined "Tenegrief - 10,000 holida
(6053)Mr D Arthur (Daily Record)
Mr D Arthur, of Hamilton, complained that an article intruded into the privacy of the unnamed lotter
(6054)Mr Graham Bryceland (Daily Record)
Mr Graham Bryceland of North Lanarkshire Council complained that an article claimed he would be crit
(6055)Mr G Heinink (Daily Mail)
Mr G Heinink of Erith, Kent, complained that statements about the Pistol star's distance from Earth
(6056)Mr Adam Faith (Daily Mail)
Mr Adam Faith complained that an article concerning him contained inaccuracies.
(6057)Mr S M Orchard (Daily Mail)
Mr S M Orchard, Chief Executive of the Legal Aid Board, London WC1, complained that the newspaper in
(6058)The Right Hon the Dowager Countess of Lucan (Daily Mail)
The Right Hon the Dowager Countess of Lucan of London SW1 complained that a report regarding her son
(6059)Mrs W R Hookway (Crawley Observer)
Mrs W R Hookway of Peacehaven, East Sussex, complained that a report on the death of her son contain
(6060)A woman (County Times)
A woman complained that a report about her containing her address, and the fact that she was severel
(6061)Mrs D G Jones (Chester Leader)

Mrs D G Jones of Newtown, Chester, complained that a report of the inquest into the death of her dau

(6062)Mrs P Q James (Caribbean Times)
Mrs P Q James of Luton, Bedfordshire, complained that an article made inaccurate references to her h
(6063)Mr Andrew Smith (Cambridge News)

Mr Andrew Smith of Chesterton, Cambridge, complained that an article about a proposal to allow more

(6064)Ms Z Morgan (Mansfield & Ashfield Chad)

Ms Z Morgan of Kirby-in-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, complained that a court report of the conviction

(6065)Mrs M E Barrie (Carluke Gazette)

Mrs M E Barrie of Lanark, Lanarkshire, complained that a report of a court case incorrectly gave her

(6066)Chief Constable of Gloucestershire Constabulary (News of the World)

The Chief Constable of Gloucestershire Constabulary complained that the Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror

(6067)Chief Constable of Gloucestershire Constabulary (Daily Express)

The Chief Constable of Gloucestershire Constabulary complained that the Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror

(6068)Chief Constable of Gloucestershire Constabulary (Sunday Mirror)

The Chief Constable of Gloucestershire Constabulary complained that the Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror

(6069)Chief Constable of Gloucestershire Constabulary (Daily Mirror)

The Chief Constable of Gloucestershire Constabulary complained that the Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror

(6070)Mr Giles Davies (Daily Express)
Mr Giles Davies of HMP Penninghame, a solicitor serving a prison sentence for embezzlement, complain
(6071)Messrs Freeth Cartwright Hunt Dickins on behalf of Melanie Douglas (part 2) (Sunday Mercury)
Messrs Freeth Cartwright Hunt Dickins, solicitors of Nottingham, were authorised to complain on beha
(6072)Messrs Freeth Cartwright Hunt Dickins on behalf of Melanie Douglas (part 1) (Sunday Mercury)
Messrs Freeth Cartwright Hunt Dickins, solicitors of Nottingham, were authorised to complain on beha
(6073)Mr W H Sang (The People)
Mr W H Sang, Chief Executive of Salford Royal Hospitals NHS Trust complained that an article in The
(6074)Mohan Singh Sihota (Slough Express)
Councillor Mohan Singh Sihota of Slough complained that he was named and his vice-chairmanship of a
(6075)A woman (News Shopper (Bromley))

A woman complained that an inquest report in the News Shopper (Bromley) on 20 August 1997 abo

(6076)Messrs Anthony Mahon & Co. on behalf of Mr James Neil and Mrs Angela Neil (Greenock Telegraph)
Mr James Neil and Mrs Angela Neil complained through solicitors, Messrs Anthony Mahon & Co. of Green
(6077)Ms Sue Ainscough (The Mail on Sunday)
Ms Sue Ainscough, Senior Student Adviser of the University of Essex, complained that an article in T
(6078)Mrs Les Eames (Bedfordshire on Sunday)
Mrs Les Eames, Hypnotherapist, of Dunstable, Bedfordshire, complained that an article in Bedfordshir
(6079)Mr Michael Cole (The Daily Telegraph)
Mr Michael Cole, Director of Public Affairs at Harrods, complained that an article published in The
(6080)Mr Nigel Adams and his daughter Miss Sarah Adams (Bury Times)
Mr Nigel Adams and his daughter Miss Sarah Adams of Holcombe Brook, Bury, complained that the visit
(6081)Mr James McKeown (Evening Chronicle (Newcastle Upon Tyne))

Mr James McKeown of Jarrow, Tyne and Wear, complained of how a reporter questioned him and neighbour

(6082)A woman (Southern Daily Echo)
A woman from Southampton complained that a report in the Southern Daily Echo on 1 August 1997, conce
(6083)Mr S Reynolds (News of the World)
Mr S Reynolds of St James, Northampton, complained that an article published in the News of the Worl
(6084)His Excellency The Ambassador of Israel, Mr Moshe Raviv (Al Hayat)
His Excellency The Ambassador of Israel, Mr Moshe Raviv, complained that Al Hayat published, in its
(6085)Messrs Waldron & Schofield on behalf of Mr Horace Irving Mendelsohn (News of the World)
Messrs Waldron & Schofield, solicitors, of Manchester, complained on behalf of their client Mr Horac
(6086)Mrs Beverley Palmer (Hartlepool Mail)
Mrs Beverley Palmer of Hartlepool, Cleveland, complained that the Hartlepool Mail published a photog
(6087)Ms Anne Peck (Time Out)
Ms Anne Peck, of the Association of Greater London Older Women, complained that an article in the Au
(6088)A woman (Daily Star)
A woman from Hemel Hempstead complained about a report in the Daily Star on 12 April 1997 which attr
(6089)A woman (Daily Mirror)
A woman from Hemel Hempstead complained about a report in the The Mirror on 12 April 1997 which attr
(6090)Mrs M Butler (Coventry Telegraph)

Mrs M Butler of Alcester, Warwickshire, complained that a report published in the Coventry Evening T

(6091)Mr Michael S Curnow (Edinburgh Evening News)
Mr Michael S Curnow of Argyll and his family complained that coverage in the Edinburgh Evening News
(6092)Mr Roy Bishko (Evening Standard)
Mr Roy Bishko, Chairman of Tie Rack, complained that a piece headlined "Silken tongued, but tied up
(6093)Raine, Comptesse de Chambrun (News of the World)
Raine, Comptesse de Chambrun complained through solicitors Amhurst, Brown, Colombotti, of London SW1
(6094)Mrs Jill Fleeting (Scottish Sun)
Mrs Jill Fleeting of Edinburgh complained that an article about her contained several inaccuracies a
(6095)Mr Jeff Wealand (Daily Mirror)
Mr Jeff Wealand, a minister with the Church of Christ, complained that an article, critical of the L
(6096)Mr M Coleman (The Independent)
Mr M Coleman complained through solicitors Rowley Ashworth, of London SW19, that a piece concerning
(6097)The Rt Hon The Baroness Thatcher and John Whittingdale MP (Daily Express)
The Rt Hon The Baroness Thatcher and John Whittingdale MP complained that an article stating Lady Th
(6098)Mr R Basu Roy FRCS FRCP FRCPEd (The Guardian)
Mr R Basu Roy FRCS FRCP FRCPEd, consultant in G U Medicine/HIV/AIDS at the Royal Bournemouth Hospita
(6099)Reverend John Wilkinson (Pontefract & Castleford Express)
Reverend John Wilkinson of West Yorkshire complained that an article which suggested that he "turned
(6100)Dr R Roberts (Liverpool Daily Post)
Dr R Roberts, consultant in Public Health Medicine and Proper Officer to the six North Wales Countie
(6101)Mr Thomas Deeley (Islington Gazette)
Mr Thomas Deeley, of Highgate, London, complained that an article about the death of his daughter in
(6102)Mr Thomas Deeley (Highbury and Islington Express)
Mr Thomas Deeley of Highgate, London, complained that an article about the death of his daughter in
(6103)Mr John Finch (Exeter Express & Echo)

Mr John Finch of Exeter complained that an article wrongly suggested he had made a sudden departure

(6104)Councillor David Begg (Edinburgh Evening News)
Councillor David Begg, Convenor of Transportation for the City of Edinburgh Council, complained that
(6105)Mr Frank Gordon (Daily Record)
Mr Frank Gordon of Coatbridge, Scotland, complained that an article about the accidental death of hi
(6106)Mr David Beckham (Daily Star)
Mr David Beckham, footballer, complained through his representatives Grant Thornton, of Manchester,
(6107)Mrs J Payne (Daily Mail)
Mrs J Payne of Swaffham, Norfolk, complained that a piece about an industrial dispute incorrectly re
(6108)Ms M Matheson (Daily Mail)
Ms M Matheson of London complained that articles which were critical of the Scottish Film Production
(6109)Ms A Anderson (Luton on Sunday)
Ms A Anderson, Acting Chief Executive of the Luton and Dunstable Hospital NHS Trust, complained that
(6110)Mr Lloyd-Lewis (Daily Express)
Mr Lloyd-Lewis, Managing Director of Swift Credit Services Ltd, complained that a piece headlined "P
(6111)Mr Trevor David Jones (The Daily Telegraph)
Mr Trevor David Jones of Angmering, West Sussex, complained that The Daily Telegraph interviewed and
(6112)Mrs D Howarth (News of the World)
Mrs D Howarth of Nottinghamshire complained that a photograph, illustrating an article in the Sunday
(6113)Mrs Jean Hunter (Daily Mail)
Mrs Jean Hunter of Sidcup, Kent, complained that prior to publishing an article about her in the Dai
(6114)Mr Rodney E B Atkinson (The Mail on Sunday)
Mr Rodney E B Atkinson of Stocksfield, Northumberland, complained that an article in The Mail on Sun
(6115)The father of a 16 year old boy (Evening Standard)
The father of a 16 year old boy complained that an article in the Evening Standard of 14 January 199
(6116)Mr Patrick Evershed (Evening Standard)
Mr Patrick Evershed, Chairman of the Cities of London and Westminster Conservative Association, comp
(6117)Mr Roscoe Deane (The Stage)
Mr Roscoe Deane, a comedy scriptwriter and performer, complained that an article in The Stage on 27
(6118)Messrs Harbottle & Lewis on behalf of Ms Rula Lenska (Daily Mail)
Ms Rula Lenska complained through solicitors Messrs Harbottle & Lewis of London, EC4, that the Daily
(6119)Mr William Ackroyd (Woman)
Mr William Ackroyd of Manchester complained that, prior to an article about his family, "My baby cos
(6120)Mr H P Lee-Roberts (Kent Today)
Mr H P Lee-Roberts of Faversham, Kent, complained that an article in Kent Today of 26 March 1997 hea
(6121)Mr and Mrs T Martin (Take a Break)
Mr and Mrs T Martin of Essex complained that a woman whose story had been featured in Take a Break o
(6122)Mr Anthony Steen MP (The Sunday Telegraph)
Mr Anthony Steen MP complained that a News in Brief item in The Sunday Telegraph of 9 March 1997, "M
(6123)Messrs Nicholson Graham and Jones, on behalf of Dame Shirley Porter (Westminster and Pimlico News)
Messrs Nicholson Graham and Jones, solicitors of Cannon Street, London EC4, complained on behalf of
(6124)Messrs Schilling & Lom, acting for Mr Hugh Grant (Sunday Mirror)
Messrs Schilling & Lom, solicitors, of London, W1, acting for Mr Hugh Grant, complained on his behal
(6125)A woman (Bedfordshire on Sunday)
A woman complained that a report of a court case involving her 14 year old daughter, in particular t
(6126)Lord Jenkin of Roding (Waltham Forest Guardian)
Lord Jenkin of Roding, Chairman of Forest Healthcare NHS Trust, complained about a distorted photogr
(6127)Mr G Ridgewell (The Times)
Mr G Ridgewell of Hertfordshire complained that a list of parliamentary candidates reported inaccura
(6128)Mr S Jones OBE (The Sunday Times)
Mr S Jones OBE, Brigade Secretary of the Boys Brigade, complained that an article about a child abus
(6129)Mr Martin Brain (The Sun)
Mr Martin Brain, of Stoke-on-Trent, complained that an article about his deceased sisters husband, n
(6130)Mrs H Donnelly (The News (Portsmouth))
Mrs H Donnelly of Goring by Sea, West Sussex, complained that a piece contained inaccuracies about t
(6131)Mr Tim Solnick (The Independent)
Mr Tim Solnick complained on behalf of the company Roger la Borde of London, NW6, about an article w
(6132)Mrs Patricia Pugh (Sunday Express)
Mrs Patricia Pugh, Director of John Rigby & Co, London SE1, complained that an article about bear hu
(6133)Mrs Caroline Symington (Daily Express)
Mrs Caroline Symington, of London SW6, complained that a report of her search for a human egg donor
(6134)Ms A Taylor (Take a Break)
Ms A Taylor of Linthwaite, Huddersfield, complained that an article about a war time romance was wro
(6135)Mrs S Lockey (Sunday Sun)
Mrs S Lockey of Chester-le-Street, Co. Durham, complained that a piece about her boyfriends funeral
(6136)Mr Simon Heptinstall (Sunday Sun)
Mr Simon Heptinstall, Chief Executive of Storey Carpets, complained about inaccuracies in an article
(6137)Professor J C Brown (Sunday Mail)
Professor J C Brown, of the University of Glasgow, complained that an article quoted him inaccuratel
(6138)The British Shooting Sports Council (Police)
The British Shooting Sports Council complained, through solicitors Davies Arnold Cooper, that an art
(6139)Mr Jeff Wealand (News of the World)
Mr Jeff Wealand, a minister with the Church of Christ, complained that an article critical of the Lo
(6140)Ms Debby Wakeham (Luton on Sunday)
Ms Debby Wakeham of Luton, complained that her published letter had been edited in such a way that i
(6141)Dr C Leci (Jewish Chronicle)
Dr C Leci of Middlesex complained that an article included a typographical error related to Israels
(6142)Mr David Gurr (Halifax Evening Courier)

Mr David Gurr of Halifax complained about what he perceived to be the imbalanced reporting of the de

(6143)Mr P J Lilley (Evening Star (Ipswich))

Mr P J Lilley of Woodbridge, Suffolk, complained that published reminiscences of a local man include

(6144)Mrs Jean Batchelor (Daily Echo (Bournemouth))
Mrs Jean Batchelor of Bournemouth complained that the inquest report of her husbands death was inacc
(6145)Mr and Mrs Field (Enjoy)
Mr and Mrs Field of Letchworth, Hertfordshire, complained about an article, concerning Mrs Fields pr
(6146)A woman (Eastern Daily Press)
A woman complained that a report about her ex-husbands criminal conviction included a photograph of
(6147)Ms Sandra Sutherland (Daily Record)
Ms Sandra Sutherland of Clackmannanshire Council complained that an article stated inaccurately that
(6148)Mr John Taylor-Jones (Daily Mirror)
Mr John Taylor-Jones, Secretary of Bosom Friends, Ealing, complained that in a table of hospitals of
(6149)Dr Niblett and Dr Fitch (Bedfordshire on Sunday)
Dr Niblett and Dr Fitch of Bedford Hospital, complained that the meaning of their letter was reverse
(6150)Miss Penny Russell-Smith on behalf of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh (Daily Express)
Miss Penny Russell-Smith, Deputy Press Secretary to The Queen, complained on behalf of HRH The Duke
(6151)Roger Gale MP (Daily Mirror)
Roger Gale MP complained that a report headlined "Gun Shame of Tory MP's son" in The Mirror on 3 Mar
(6152)Messrs Barker Gillette on behalf of Mr John Kennedy (The Guardian)
Mr John Kennedy complained through his solicitors Barker Gillette, Wimpole Street, London W1 that an
(6153)Detective Superintendent W D Kerr (The Mail on Sunday)
Detective Superintendent W D Kerr of Salford complained that an article in The Mail on Sunday Review
(6154)The wife of a convicted paedophile complained through solicitors (Regional Sunday)
The wife of a convicted paedophile complained through solicitors that an article concerning local co
(6155)Miss Annabel Goldie (Scottish Daily Mirror)

Miss Annabel Goldie, Chairman of the Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party complained that a jour

(6156)Mr Michael Clarke (Daily Mirror)
Mr Michael Clarke, Company Secretary of Healthtime (UK) Ltd, Sleaford, Lincolnshire, complained that
(6157)Mr William Zachs (Scottish Daily Mail)
Mr William Zachs of Edinburgh complained that coverage in the Scottish Daily Mail about himself, his
(6158)Mr William Zachs (Daily Express)
Mr William Zachs of Edinburgh complained that coverage in The Express about himself, his baby daught
(6159)Mr William Zachs (Sunday Mail)
Mr William Zachs of Edinburgh complained that coverage in the Sunday Mail about himself, his baby da
(6160)Mr William Zachs (The Herald (Glasgow))
Mr William Zachs of Edinburgh complained that an article in The Herald on 31 August 1996 headlined "
(6161)A woman (Daily Record)
A woman whose 14 year old daughter was awarded compensation by an industrial tribunal for sexual har
(6162)Ms S Brearton (Telegraph & Argus)
Ms S Brearton, Chairperson of the Fairweather Project, complained that an article in the Telegraph &
(6163)Messrs Birchall Blackburn on behalf of Mr Michael Williams (Daily Mirror)
Messrs Birchall Blackburn solicitors of Preston, Lancashire, complained on behalf of their client, M
(6164)Mr and Mrs R Anstee (Sunday Mercury)
Mr and Mrs R Anstee of Coventry, complained that an article in the Sunday Mercury on 16 December 199
(6165)Councillor W Gwyn Williams (Liverpool Daily Post)
Councillor W Gwyn Williams of Ruthin, Clywd, complained that an opinion piece misrepresented a conve
(6166)Mr A Silcock (Wigan Observer)
Mr A Silcock of Wigan complained that an article, concerning a fairground ride that had been closed
(6167)Miss A Clow (The Times)
Miss A Clow, of London W8, complained that a piece about the loss of her engagement ring inaccuratel
(6168)His Honour Judge Quentin Campbell (The Sun)
His Honour Judge Quentin Campbell complained that an editorial wrongly criticised him for his summin
(6169)The relative of man who died (The Mail on Sunday)
The relative of man who died after resuscitation complained that an article on the subject was illus
(6170)Ms V Belfrage (The Mail on Sunday)
Ms V Belfrage of Julian Belfrage Associates, London W1, complained on behalf of her client Daniel Da
(6171)Mr D Collins (The Independent)
Mr D Collins, of London W3, complained that a writer's name appeared above a column followed by the
(6172)Dr P Robinson (The Guardian)
Dr P Robinson, Head of Collections Division, Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, complained that a ref
(6173)The Right Hon the Countess of Lucan (The Daily Telegraph)
The Right Hon the Countess of Lucan, of London SW1, complained that a statement about custody of her
(6174)Mr M Webster (Sunday Mirror)
Mr M Webster, of Norfolk, formerly of the National Front, complained that an article incorrectly sta
(6175)Mrs J M Morrish (Surrey-Hants Star)
Mrs J M Morrish, Principal of Rushmore Independent School, Farnborough, Hampshire, complained that a
(6176)Ms B Gallagher (Stockport Express)

Ms B Gallagher, of Stockport Heathcare NHS Trust, complained that an article contained an inaccurate

(6177)Mr I Thomas (North Wales Chronicle)
Mr I Thomas, of Caernarfon, Gwynedd, complained that an article about his attendance at a royal gard
(6178)A National Lottery winner (News Letter)
A National Lottery winner complained that he was approached while ill in hospital.
(6179)Ms J V Stribbling (It's Bliss)
Ms J V Stribbling, Head Teacher of Westwood High School for Girls, London, complained that an articl
(6180)Mr J Esposito (Ilkeston Advertiser)
Mr J Esposito of Oakwood, Derby, complained that a report of a football match stated wrongly that hi
(6181)Mr J Philip (Halifax Evening Courier)

Mr J Philip of the Pennine Breast Screening Programme, complained that a summary of the results of a

(6182)Mr S Canning (Exeter Express & Echo)

Mr S Canning of Exeter, Devon, complained that a reporter's behaviour outside school gates in asking

(6183)Mr and Mrs Askam (Blackpool Gazette)

Mr and Mrs Askam, of Fleetwood Air Rifles & Leisure, Lancashire, complained that a photograph illust

(6184)Mrs V Walden (Daily Echo (Bournemouth))
Mrs V Walden of Langton Matravers, Dorset, complained that a report of an inquest into the death of
(6185)Mr M J Carter (The Echo (Basildon))
Mr M J Carter of Canvey Island, Essex, complained that the newspaper illustrated a piece on nursing
(6186)Mr R Mone (Daily Record)
Mr R Mone currently of HM Prison Shotts, Lanarkshire, complained that an article about a recent atta
(6187)Ms A Glachan (Daily Record)
Ms A Glachan of Dunbartonshire complained that an article inaccurately referred to her murdered niec
(6188)Mr D Jason OBE (Daily Express)
Mr D Jason OBE, of Ellesborough, Buckinghamshire, complained that an agony aunt column featured a le
(6189)Mr R Douglas (Community Care)
Mr R Douglas, the company secretary of the charity MEND, complained that a letter from him in this c
(6190)Ms Emma Manson (News of the World)
Ms Emma Manson, a member of a Wiccan coven, complained that an article in the News of the World on 2
(6191)Ms Marget Inglis (News of the World)
Ms Marget Inglis, a witch, complained that an article in the News of the World on 27 October 1996 he
(6192)Mr S Milbank (The Mail on Sunday)
Mr S Milbank of Romford, Essex, complained that on 29 December 1996 The Mail on Sunday published a p
(6193)Messrs R & CB Masefield on behalf of their client (Daily Mail)
The first wife of Fred West's brother John, complained through solicitors R & CB Masefield that an a
(6194)Ms J King (Reading Post)

Ms J King of Reading complained that a report in the Reading Evening Post on 13 September 1996, desc

(6195)A woman (Daily Mirror)
A woman complained that an article headlined "How do you like it now, Mr Stanton?" in the Daily Mirr
(6196)Sir Louis Blom-Cooper QC (The Daily Telegraph)
Sir Louis Blom-Cooper QC, Chairman of Victim Support, London, SW9 complained that an article in The
(6197)Mrs P Templeton and her daughter Miss C Brown (Daily Record)
Mrs P Templeton and her daughter Miss C Brown both of Lanarkshire, complained that a Daily Record re
(6198)A woman (North-West Evening Mail)
A woman complained that an article headlined "Knifeman strikes again" in the North-West Evening Mail
(6199)The British Medical Association (Daily Express)
The British Medical Association (BMA) complained that an article in The Express on 5 October 1996 he
(6200)The British Medical Association (Daily Mail)
The British Medical Association (BMA) complained that an article in the Daily Mail on 5 October 1996
(6201)Mr D R and Mrs M A Breese (Shepton Mallet Journal)
Mr D R and Mrs M A Breese of Somerset complained that a report in the Shepton Mallet Journal on 31 O
(6202)Mr D R and Mrs M A Breese (Somerset Guardian)
Mr D R and Mrs M A Breese of Somerset complained that a report in the Somerset Guardian on 31 Octobe
(6203)Ms Esther Rantzen (The Sunday Telegraph)
Ms Esther Rantzen, a BBC television journalist, complained that an article in The Sunday Telegraph o
(6204)Mrs Diana Collins (The Times)
Mrs Diana Collins of Mount Bures, Essex, complained that a report in The Times on 27 September 1995
(6205)Mr Iain Hutchison (News of the World)
Mr Iain Hutchison, Consultant Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, and Mr Austen Smith, Senior Registrar,
(6206)Mr John Clark (Melton Times)
Mr John Clark of Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, complained that an article in the Melton Times head
(6207)Mr and Mrs A Smith (Sunday Sun)
Mr and Mrs A Smith of Seaham, County Durham, complained through solicitors Messrs Thompson & Co of T
(6208)Mrs Janet M Rutherford (Daily Record)
Mrs Janet M Rutherford of Glasgow complained that the Daily Record identified and published details
(6209)Mrs Janet M Rutherford (Scottish Daily Mail)
Mrs Janet M Rutherford of Glasgow complained that the Scottish Daily Mail identified and published d
(6210)Mrs Janet M Rutherford (Scottish Daily Express)
Mrs Janet M Rutherford of Glasgow complained that Scottish Daily Express ca
(6211)Mrs Janet M Rutherford (Sunday Express (Scotland))
Mrs Janet M Rutherford of Glasgow complained that Scottish Sunday Express
(6212)Rupert Allason MP (Daily Mirror)
Rupert Allason MP complained that a report headlined "Tory MP and his mistress" in the Daily Mirror
(6213)A woman (Warrington Guardian)
A woman complained that an article which she understood would be about her husband's care of her dur
(6214)Mr D M Edmunds (The Times)
Mr D M Edmunds of Boylan & James Ltd, London, complained that an article in the 'Money' section wron
(6215)Mr F Kenny (The Times)
Mr F Kenny of Dublin complained that a headline referred inaccurately to "Republications" in an arti
(6216)Mr N Hawkins MP (The Sunday Telegraph)
Mr N Hawkins MP complained that an article inaccurately stated that he had declined to comment on ob
(6217)Mrs L Cowan (Scottish Sun)
Mrs L Cowan of Dalbeattie, Kirkcudbrightshire, complained that an article concerning her son's car a
(6218)Ms M Rees (Daily Express)
Ms M Rees of London complained that in an article criticising a senior politician about a case she w
(6219)Ms M Douglas (Daily Express)
Ms M Douglas complained through solicitors Freeth, Cartwright, Hunt, Dickins, of Nottingham, that a
(6220)Mr J Bryant (The Daily Telegraph)
Mr J Bryant, Chief Officer for the League Against Cruel Sports, London complained that a reader's le
(6221)Ms G Jones and Ms D Bonnique (Sunday Mercury)
Ms G Jones and Ms D Bonnique of Nechells Little Learners, Birmingham, complained that their photogra
(6222)Mr C Macbeth (Southern Daily Echo)
Mr C Macbeth of Bitterne, Southampton, complained that an article in the sports supplement did not d
(6223)Mr J Heenan (Scottish Daily Mail)
Mr J Heenan complained through solicitors Bonar Mackenzie of Edinburgh that a report about a case in
(6224)Mrs W Thompson (Selby Times)
Mrs W Thompson of Sherburn-in-Elmet, North Yorkshire, complained that a report of the inquest into t
(6225)Mr I Watts (Richmond and Twickenham Times)
Mr I Watts of Richmond, Surrey, complained that a letter from him had been published in which the wo
(6226)Mr R Petch (News of the World)
Mr R Petch of Cheshire complained that an article about his domestic situation contained inaccuracie
(6227)Mr P Richards (Labour Left Briefing)
Mr P Richards of London complained that a report misquoted comments that he had made on a BBC televi
(6228)Dr G Finn (Evening Times (Glasgow))
Dr G Finn of the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, complained that an article misrepresented his v
(6229)Mr J Humphreys (Evening Leader)
Mr J Humphreys of Shrewsbury, the Chairman of a football club supporters' group, complained that a r
(6230)Mrs P Jones (Daily Star)
Mrs P Jones of Uttoxeter, Staffordshire, complained that she had been incorrectly quoted as saying t
(6231)Mr G Robertson (Daily Mail)
Mr G Robertson, Press Officer of the Unification Church, London, complained that a comment piece ina
(6232)Mr D Sieff (Daily Mail)
Mr D Sieff, Chairman of the National Lottery Charities Board, London, complained that a report state
(6233)Mr R Critchlow and Mr M Peterson (Cambrian News)
Mr R Critchlow and Mr M Peterson of Aberystwyth, Dyfed, complained that references to their family's
(6234)Mr B Newman MD (Bolton Evening News)
Mr B Newman MD complained via solicitors Peter Carter-Ruck of London, that articles regarding slimmi
(6235)Mr Tim O'Kane (Accrington Observer & Times)
Mr Tim O'Kane, a local councillor from Clayton Le Moors, Lancashire, complained that a published let
(6236)A man (Southport Champion)

A man complained that reports headlined "Jealousy leads to attack" in the Southport Visiter on 29 Ma

(6237)Mrs Marion Brown (Kentish Express)
Mrs Marion Brown of Ashford in Kent complained on behalf of her family that an article in the Kentis
(6238)Mr Andrew Nickell (Daily Mail)
Mr Andrew Nickell of Ampthill, Bedfordshire, complained that an article in the Daily Mail on 14 Sept
(6239)Mr John Gorman (The Sunday Times)
Mr John Gorman complained through solicitors, Harbottle & Lewis, of London W1, that an article in Th
(6240)Mr Ian Malcolm-Walker (News of the World)
Mr Ian Malcolm-Walker of Derby complained that a report headlined "School governor likes spanking ho
(6241)Mr Chris Close (Daily Star)
Mr Chris Close of Gateshead, Tyne & Wear, complained that a report "Debt riddle of Romeo nutcase" in
(6242)A man (Southport Visiter)

A man complained that reports headlined 'Jealousy leads to attack' in the Southport Visiter on 29 Ma

(6243)Mr Roderick MacFarquhar (The Guardian)
Mr Roderick MacFarquhar of Edinburgh complained that articles published in The Guardian in the week
(6244)Mrs J Miles (Sunday Mirror)

Mrs J Miles, Chief Executive of Ashworth Hospital Authority, complained that articles in two newspa

(6245)Mrs J King (Leigh Times)

Mrs J King of Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, complained that reports in

(6246)Mrs J King (Standard Recorder)

Mrs J King of Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, complained that reports in

(6247)Mr and Mrs Noneley (Warrington Guardian)
Mr and Mrs Noneley of Culceth, Cheshire, complained that an article about the temporary foster care
(6248)Detective Sergeant A Donnelly (The Sunday Times)
Detective Sergeant A Donnelly of the Merseyside Police complained that an article stated inaccuratel
(6249)Dame Mary Donaldson GBE (The Sunday Telegraph)
Dame Mary Donaldson GBE, of London EC2, formerly Lord Mayor of the City of London, complained that a
(6250)Anderson Fyfe (Scottish Sun)
Anderson Fyfe, solicitors of Glasgow, complained on behalf of the Glasgow Taxi Trade Council that an
(6251)Accountability PR Ltd (Southern Daily Echo)
Accountability PR Ltd, on behalf of their client HSS Hire Shops, complained that an article about a
(6252)Mr W Robertson (The Oban Times)
Mr W Robertson of Oban, Argyll, complained that a newspaper report included inaccurate details of a
(6253)Mr R Carroll (The News (Portsmouth))
Mr R Carroll, Press Office Manager at BAA London Gatwick Airport, complained that a photograph used
(6254)Mr M Ladwa, Mr D Sundhoo (The Independent)
Mr M Ladwa of Birmingham and Mr D Sundhoo of Northolt complained that an obituary of the leader of a
(6255)Reverend Dr M, Mrs R Green (The Independent)
Reverend Dr M and Mrs R Green of Chilwell, Nottingham, complained that a piece concerning their mar
(6256)Mr D Kerr (The Daily Telegraph)
Mr D Kerr, Deputy Director of Housing and Environmental Health at Newark & Sherwood District Counci
(6257)Mr Brian Clough (Sunday Mirror)
Mr Brian Clough of Derby complained that a newspaper stated inaccurately that he had "fought for hi
(6258)Mr M Neighbour (Sunday Express)
Mr M Neighbour of Fleet, Hants, complained that his family and friends had been harassed by the new
(6259)Councillor A Latham (Romford Recorder)
Councillor A Latham, leader of Havering Council, complained that he was not approached for comment
(6260)Mrs J Miles (News of the World)

Mrs J Miles, Chief Executive of Ashworth Hospital Authority, complained that articles in two newspa

(6261)Ms M R Louis (News of the World)
Ms M R Louis of Whittlesey, Peterborough, complained that a report inaccurately stated that she had
(6262)Ms L Lazarides (New Scientist)
Ms L Lazarides, Director of the Society for the Promotion of Nutritional Therapy, complained that an
(6263)Mr J F Calder (Morley Advertiser)
Mr J F Calder of Morley, Leeds, complained that an article stated inaccurately that his rejected pl
(6264)Mr A C Kingsnorth (Lloyd's List)
Mr A C Kingsnorth, chief executive of N.H.K. International Ltd, complained on behalf of an air chart
(6265)Miss L G Franses (Just Seventeen)
Miss L G Franses of Watford complained that a photograph of her and her friends appeared in a colla
(6266)Mr and Mrs D Cubitt (Hartlepool Mail)
Mr and Mrs D Cubitt of Billingham, Cleveland, complained that an article comparing their wedding to
(6267)A Woman (Evening Echo)
A woman complained that her address was given in the report of the court appearance of her husband
(6268)Mrs J King (The Echo (Southend))

Mrs J King of Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, complained that reports in

(6269)Mr J Dixon (Evening Echo)
Mr J Dixon complained that his published letter concerning his gun club included, against his wishe
(6270)Mr R E D Smith (Elle)
Mr R E D Smith of Kings Lynn, Norfolk, complained of inaccuracies in a piece about the events surro
(6271)Mr Richard Owen (Daily Mirror)
Mr Richard Owen of Acklam, Middlesbrough, complained that an article stated inaccurately that his da
(6272)Ms J Harrison (Daily Mail)
Ms J Harrison of Okehampton, Devon, complained that a photograph used to illustrate a travel articl
(6273)Mr E Spencer (Daily Express)
Mr E Spencer, President of the Herne Bay Bowling Club, complained that an article stated inaccuratel
(6274)Mr M J P Hardy (Bicester Advertiser)
Mr M J P Hardy of Bicester complained that his 13 year old granddaughter was named in a story about
(6275)Mrs V Forster (Bella)
Mrs V Forster of Darlington complained that an article about employers' surveillance on employees,
(6276)Sir John Gorst (Edgeware and Mill Hill Times)

Sir John Gorst, Member of Parliament for Hendon North, complained that articles in the Hendon and Fi

(6277)Ms M Rudland, Mr R Davison, Mr E Vans (Sunday Express)
(6278)Sir John Gorst (Hendon & Finchley Times)

Sir John Gorst, Member of Parliament for Hendon North, complained that articles in the Hendon and Fi

(6279)Sir John Gorst (The Daily Telegraph)
Sir John Gorst, Member of Parliament for Hendon North, complained that an article in The Daily Teleg
(6280)Mr Peter Norris (Evening Standard)
Mr Peter Norris of Meppershall, Bedfordshire, and former Head of Investment Banking at Barings, the
(6281)Robert Carty & Co on behalf of Mr and Mrs James Skelton (Bellshill Speaker)
Robert Carty & Co (Solicitors) of Hamilton, Strathclyde, complained on behalf of their clients Mr an
(6282)Mr T A Scott (Daily Mirror)
Mr T A Scott of Coleford, Gloucestershire, complained that on 15 May 1996 the Daily Mirror published
(6283)Mr Michael Stern MP (The Observer)
Mr Michael Stern MP complained that an article in The Observer of 5 November 1995, headlined "20 MPs
(6284)Mr Kingsley Ekaette (South London Press)
Mr Kingsley Ekaette of London SE8 complained that a report carried by the South London Press on 22 D
(6285)Mrs S I Wicks (News of the World)
Mrs S I Wicks, of London E17, complained that an article headlined "The Probation Officer. She eyed
(6286)Mr C Whitfield (The News (Portsmouth))
Mr C Whitfield, head teacher of Oaklands RC School, Stakes Hill Road, Waterlooville, Hampshire, comp
(6287)Mrs Margo Fraser (Edinburgh Evening News)
Mrs Margo Fraser, General Secretary/Administrator for the Scottish Amateur Dancesport Association, c
(6288)Mr Vincent Hill (Yorkshire Evening Post)
Mr Vincent Hill of West Yorkshire complained that a report in the Yorkshire Evening Post on 10 May 1