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He gave evidence to the Leveson Inquiry into the ethics of the British press. Atkins was educated at Bromsgrove School from — InAtkins directed his first feature documentary Taking Liberties which criticised the Blair government for undermining civil liberties since the war on terror. The Guardian's Peter Bradshaw gave the film 4 stars, saying "there's something exhilarating about this thoroughly enjoyable and worthwhile docu-blast against Tony Blair's insidious diminution of native British liberties.
InAtkins directed his second feature documentary, Starsuckers which heavily criticised the media for the negative effects of celebrity culture. The film gained wide notoriety for selling fake celebrity stories to several British tabloid newspapers, and for secretly filming journalists from Sunday tabloids, who were attempting to buy celebrity medical records.
The Guardian newspaper published two front page stories about Starsuckers in Octoberand the News Of The World quickly contacted the filmmakers to assert that they had never threatened libel actions against another publication. Clifford also tried to legally block the film's release.
The film also criticised Bob Geldof over the negative consequences of both Live Aid and Live 8 charity concerts, leading Geldof to LP Atkins a 6, word letter, attacking the film days before it was Album) on Channel 4 in Thirty minutes of footage from Starsuckers were shown as part of Atkins' evidence to the Leveson Inquiry.
The film was broadcast on 16 February and caused considerable controversy, leading to over complaints to the broadcasting regulator Ofcom.
However the Ofcom rejected all of the complaints and ruled that the film had not breached the Ofcom code. Atkins went on to make TV documentaries for the Channel 4 television series Dispatches. The film culminated in Atkins being unmasked by two private detectives who chased him down a street. He also produced and directed the Dispatches special, Celebs, Brands and Fake Fans, which attempted to show how social media popularity can be bought and sold. The film generated considerable controversy when it was revealed that Atkins had secretly filmed several members of the ITV soap Coronation Street at a gifting suite, where Atkins had handed out fake products in return for glowing endorsement tweets from several Coronation Street stars, including Brooke Vincent.
The investigation was run on the front of The Sun and The Mirror newspaper, and ITV threatened to sue Channel 4 if the film was broadcast, but the film was screened in August without any legal action. Inhe produced and directed the Panorama episode "All in a Good Cause", which looked into unethical investments made by charities such as Comic Relief the aftermath of which resulted in Atkins claiming he had, "turned into the comedy establishment's most hated man".
Atkins has been directing a feature documentary about the 90's rave band, The KLF, since In a interview with Screen International Album) admitted he was still making it. Atkins occasionally writes for The Guardian including an investigation into how British soldiers who join the Army aged 16 and 17 are more likely to suffer PTSD, depression and suicide. InAtkins went on trial at Southwark Crown Court for tax fraud. He was found guilty on two counts of "conspiracy to cheat the public revenue, theft and fraud", sentenced to five years in jail and disqualified from acting as a company official for 12 years.
Atkins kept a diary recording his experiences in HM Prison Wandsworthbetween Julywhen he was sentenced, and Marchwhen he was transferred to an open prison. Jackety Jack written by Nils Nobach German. Alles O. Yakety Yak written by Ilio Benvenuti Italian.
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