Can Newspapers Be Made ‘More Responsible’?
Tom Driberg was a member of the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) as well as a Labour MP. He had been a successful journalist in the 1930s, writing under the pseudonym of William Hickey for the Daily Express. ‘An unreliable man of undoubted distinction’ in the unusually colourful words of his Times obituary, Driberg had been sacked from the paper in June 1943.1
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