How the NCTJ proved that asking the wrong question is one of the most basic fact-finding failings

“Asking the right question, that’s the key to journalism.” It’s one of the many pieces of advice I received from the experienced and wise old hands who mentored me during my first job as a trainee reporter on the Citizen series in Lancashire in the late 1990s. It came to mind again today when IContinue reading “How the NCTJ proved that asking the wrong question is one of the most basic fact-finding failings”