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Complain about an article
At Express Newspapers we do our utmost to ensure the accuracy of everything we publish. We are members of, and regulated by, the Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO), the new regulator for editorial standards in the newspaper and magazine industry.
IPSO operates a code of conduct for journalists employed by subscribing publishers and our journalists are required to observe the Editor’s Code. You can find out more about the Code by following this link.
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