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1 July 2016, Anthony Kay. No breach, Clause 12.1.
24 May 2016, Paul Stanley. No breach.
22 March 2016, Jordan Jay. No breach.
26 February 2016, Owen Angel and Paul Lamm. No breach.
4 November 2015, Dr Colin L. Leci. No breach.
29 June 2015, Robert Bartlett. No breach.
11 May 2015, Jonathan Portes. Complaint partially upheld under Clause 1.2.
27 February 2015, Dr Bia Labate. No breach of articles 1(2) and 1(4). Article in question here.
17 February 2015, PA. No breach of Clause 3.
29 January 2015, Andrew Anderson. No breach, Clause 1.
28 January 2015, Matt Berkley. No breach, Clause 1 or 1.2.
Q4 2015 Editorial Complaints Commissioner report summary
Q3 2015 Editorial Complaints Commissioner report summary
Q2 2015 Editorial Complaints Commissioner report summary
Q1 2015 Editorial Complaints Commissioner report summary
Q4 2014 Editorial Complaints Commissioner report summary