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The views and opinions expressed in The Linc are not necessarily the views of the University of Lincoln or University of Lincoln Students’ Union or the Lincoln School of Journalism.

The Linc makes every effort to ensure that the information on this website is accurate and up-to-date. However, we cannot accept responsibility for any loss or inconvenience caused by reliance on inaccurate material contained in this site.

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Privacy Policy

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The Linc does collect traffic related information for usage statistics, which is anonymous and held on a temporary basis. These statistics will not include information that can be used to identify any individual. This privacy policy only covers The Linc website.

Codes of conduct we abide to

  • The National Union of Journalists’ Code of Conduct has set out the main principles of British and Irish journalism since 1936. It is part of the rules and all journalists joining the union must sign that they will strive to adhere to it. Download (PDF)

  • The Press Complaints Commission is charged with enforcing the following Code of Practice which was framed by the newspaper and periodical industry and was ratified by the PCC on 01 August 2007. Download (PDF)

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