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MPs urge further reform of the FA for the good of football
29 Jan 2013
The Football Association has been told it needs to shake itself up within the next year, to get a better grip on the game, or risk having changes imposed by the government.
Newcastle’s MP calls for government action over web giants’ tax avoidance
09 Jan 2013
Newcastle’s MP Paul Farrelly has urged the government to take swift action to ensure that internet giants such as Amazon and Google pay their fair share of tax.
Newcastle's MP welcomes Leveson's 'sensible' measures for press excess
30 Nov 2012
Newcastle-under-Lyme's Labour MP Paul Farrelly has welcomed Lord Justice Leveson's plans to give the country truly independent press regulation, with teeth, for the first time following phone-hacking and other outrageous tabloid behaviour.
MP calls for calm amid BBC storm
12 Nov 2012
Newcastle’s MP Paul Farrelly has called for an end to the ‘frenzy’ surrounding the BBC, to allow the Chairman and new Acting Director General to steady the Corporation.
Racism in Football report published
19 Sep 2012
The Commons Culture, Media and Sport Committee has, in a report published today, called on football authorities, supporters and players to do more to tackle all forms of discrimination, including racism, in football.
Newcastle MP calls for further improvements to new libel laws
12 Sep 2012
Paul Farrelly, Labour MP for Newcastle, has added to calls for the government to improve proposed new laws to protect freedom of speech and investigative journalism.
Eight from News of the World to be charged over phone hacking
24 Jul 2012
The UK’s Crown Prosecution Service has today announced that eight former senior executives and journalists are to be charged with offences relating to phone hacking at the News of the World, which was closed a year ago in the aftermath of the scandal.
Newcastle MP backs ‘sensible reform’ of Britain’s outdated libel laws
13 Jun 2012
Newcastle’s Labour MP, Paul Farrelly, has welcomed the government’s Defamation Bill, which comes after many years of campaigning to strike a fairer balance between the right to freedom of expression and protection of reputation.
Parliament to consider phone-hacking sanctions
22 May 2012
The House of Commons is to consider what punishment to mete out to three former executives of the now defunct News of the World and its parent company News International after debating the conclusions of a damning Select Committee report into the affair.
Phone-hacking report finds News International guilty of ‘wilful blindness’ to wrongdoing
01 May 2012
Following the publication of today’s long-awaited report into phone-hacking by the Culture, Media & Sport Select Committee, Paul has written a commentary for the Guardian newspaper which summarises the main conclusions and the reasoning behind them.
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