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I should be held to account and be answerable.” Jones, who was previously the editor of the Sunday Mirror and the Sunday People, replaced Hugh Whittow this year after Richard Desmond sold his Northern and Shell newspapers to Trinity Mirror in a £200m deal . The Daily and Sunday Express have been relentless in their support for Brexit and campaigning for reduced immigration. “I’ve gone through a lot of former Express front pages and I felt very uncomfortable looking at them,” Jones told MPs. “There have been accuracy issues on some of them, and some of them are just downright offensive. I wouldn’t want to be party to any newspaper that would publish such material. “I have to accept as a newspaper editor that people have different views to my own and a newspaper is there to represent the broader section of views. But I think there are limits as to how far you should go in an honest and fair-minded society.” The Sun’s managing editor, Paul Clarkson, also appeared in front of MPs and dismissed suggestions that newspapers have a problem with Islamophobia . “In the mainstream media, I don’t believe it is an issue,” he said. The Labour MP Naz Shah held up a Sun front page with the headline “1 in 5 Brit Muslims’ sympathy for jihadis”, which was ruled to be misleading by the press regulator Ipso, and criticised the paper’s record on covering British Muslims . The Sun newspaper front page from November 2015.
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Students made to look black in French art school photo These are external links and will open in a new window Image caption The original, undoctored image as posted on the college’s website A French private art college has apologised after one of its promotional images was doctored to include more black students. The photo of a class trip to an art gallery was posted on a US promotional website for Lyon’s Émile-Cohl art school. Students noticed it was altered to darken the skin of white students, with black students digitally inserted. The school has apologised, and blamed the doctored image on a US PR company. Social media users posted comparisons of the original image and the altered version on Twitter. On its website, a statement by Émile-Cohl college says the school was first alerted to the image by students. They say it was “retouched to change the physical appearance” of some students. It removed the doctored image from the website and apologised to those concerned, “because it goes without saying that we disapprove of this process”. The photo was intended to be used as promotional material for a new college subsidiary in Los Angeles. The college director Antoine Rivière said in an interview with French news magazine L’Express the college sent several photos to a US communications firm “to enhance the reputation of our school there”. The image was changed without their knowledge, he says.