Group editor in chief: Lloyd Embley
Daily Star and Daily Star Sunday editor in chief: Jon Clark
Daily Star Sunday editor: Denis Mann
Daily Star Online editorial director: Ben Rankin
HOW OUR JOURNALISTS WORK
The Daily Star is published by Express Newspapers, a subsidiary company of Reach PLC, which is a member of and is regulated by IPSO, the Independent Press Standards Organisation.
Our journalists work according to The Editors’ Code of Practice, which sets the benchmark for ethical standards in journalism and is enforced by IPSO.
We are also a proud partner of The Trust Project as we want to make it simpler for readers to discover more about who we are and our values.
Verification and fact checking
We expect our staff to use their best endeavours to verify the stories being put forward for publication.
Journalists have an obligation under IPSO’s Editors’ Code of Practice to protect their sources, but we also have a duty to establish that the sources we use are reliable and that material has been appropriately obtained. Story provenance is ultimately the responsibility of the Editor.
When using unnamed sources, the company relies on the integrity, experience and professionalism of its staff.
If you believe a story we have published is inaccurate, please contact the editorial team. You can:
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 020 8612 7373
- Write to Readers' Editor, Daily Star at Reach PLC, 1 Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London E14 5AP
Once verified, we will correct the story on the website as soon as possible. Where appropriate, the fact a correction has been made will be noted on the story and/or on the corrections and clarifications page.
If you have an issue about how the Daily Star or Daily Star Sunday has written about you personally or has treated you and wish to make a formal complaint over a potential breach of the Editors’ Code of Practice, find out who to contact.
You can also contact IPSO for advice.
The Daily Star, Daily Star Sunday and Daily Star Online are published by Express Newspapers, part of Reach PLC. Reach PLC is Britain’s largest newspaper, magazine and digital publisher, with a print and online portfolio reaching 38.6million people every month. The award-winning Reach PLC publications stretch across England, Scotland and Wales, with more than 150 newspaper titles and more than 80 websites. These iconic brands sit at the heart of their communities, forming part of the fabric of everyday life for thousands of people across the UK. Find out which of our regional titles is nearest you, whether online or in print.
Reach PLC is listed on the London Stock Exchange, and is part of the FTSE SmallCap Index.
Daily Star Online does not have a paywall and is available free to readers both on the web and as an app. As such, you are kindly asked to whitelist Daily Star Online if you are running an ad-blocker.
The Daily Star is on sale Monday to Saturday, with sister title the Daily Star Sunday appearing weekly.
In addition to newspaper sale price, our titles are funded by advertising, partnerships, sponsorships and affiliate commission, which are regulated by the ASA.
The Company is committed to increasing the service quality, profitability and efficiency of the Company by attracting and recruiting the people who are best suited to meet the standards for the role and the Company without regard to race, creed, colour, nationality (subject to legal eligibility), ethnic origin, religion, gender, age, sex change, sexual orientation, marital status, connections with a national minority, membership or non-membership of a trade union or, unless justifiable, disability.
We pursue a policy of equal opportunities for all employees and potential employees.
Reach PLC continues its commitment to equality of opportunity in all its employment practices to ensure we attract and retain the best people. In 2016, both the number of women within the company and the number of women occupying senior managerial roles increased to 42% of staff (2015: 37%) and 31% (2015: 24%) respectively. Senior managers have responsibility for key businesses or functions within the company.