Johnson, Debra
September 2003
Daily Variety;9/16/2003, Vol. 280 Issue 52, p10
Trade Publication
Reports on the court testimony of British Broadcasting Corp.'s (BBC) director general Greg Dyke over journalistic practices in its Iraq war coverage. Contention of flawed reporting; Highlights of the history of fiction between BBC and the British government; Accusation on the involvement of Alastair Campbell in the dossier. involved in the dossier.


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