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.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 and that she owned the company Sundial Creative.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.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.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.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.
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.
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She also raised concerns that the article inaccurately suggested that the newspaper had spoken to her granddaughters family.
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.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.