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2016

David Miller, 'Don’t let sugary science skew the battle to regulate junk food', New Scientist, 2 November 2016.

2015

David Miller, 'Propaganda expert: How do we stop terrorism? Stop committing terrorism',  The National, 27 November 2015.

David Miller et al, 'Five tests for action in Syria that fail the challenge of beating Isis', The Guardian, 24 November 2015.

David Miller & Hilary Aked, 'Let's not go to extremes', Times Higher Education, 22 October 2015.

David Miller & Hilary Akhed, 'Response to Gatestone Institute article by Samuel Westrop', Spinwatch, 19 October 2015.

Tom Mills, Narzanin Massoumi & David Miller, 'The need for evidence in discussing human rights and Islamophobia: a response to Max Farrar', Open Democracy, 13 August 2015.

Sarah Marusek & David Miller, 'The brothers who funded Blair, Israeli settlements and Islamophobia', Middle East Eye, 12 August 2015.

Tom Mills, Narzanin Massoumi & David Miller, 'Apologists for terror or defenders of human rights? The Cage controversy in context', Open Democracy, 31 July 2015.

Sarah Marusek & David Miller, 'Censoring the Palestinian right of return?', Middle East Eye, 30 July 2015.

Tom Griffin, Hilary Aked, David Miller & Sarah Marusek, 'Henry Who? Scoop Jackson And The Cold War On British Muslims', New Left Project, 25 June 2015.

Tom Mills, Hilary Aked, Narzanin Massoumi & David Miller, 'Taking racism seriously: Islamophobia, civil liberties and the state', Open Democracy, 22 June 2015.

Hilary Aked, Tom Griffin, David Miller & Sarah Marusek, 'The think tank that nurtured Raheem Kassam's attack politics', Spinwatch, 19 June 2915.

David Miller, 'The Henry Jackson Society and its Lurch Towards Islamophobia', International Policy Digest, 19 June 2015. Also published on Spinwatch.

David Miller & Narzanin Massoumi, 'University research on terrorism may never be free from interference', The Guardian, 15 June 2015. Also published on Spinwatch.

David Miller, Narzanin Massoumi, Tom Mills & Hilary Aked, 'The five pillars of Islamophobia', Open Democracy, 8 June 2015. Also published on Spinwatch.

David Miller and Steven Harkins, Re: Is the Obesity Epidemic Exaggerated? Yes, British Medical Journal, 16 April 2015.

David Miller and Tom Mills, The Media and 'Experts' in Terrorism, Discover Society, 1 March 2015.

David Miller and Tom Mills, Review of Disciplining Terror: How Experts Invented 'Terrorism'  by Lisa Stampnitzky. Sociology Journal, 1-3, SAGE, 2015.

Peter Anderson and David Miller, 'Commentary: Sweet policies', British Medical Journal, 11 February 2015.

David Miller and Tom Mills, 'Misinformed expert or misinformation network?', Open Democracy, 15 January 2015.

Hilary Aked, David Miller & Melissa Jones, 'Henry Jackson Society forced to quit Westminster role after Spinwatch complaint - APPGs discontinued', Spinwatch, 7 January 2015.

 

2014

Alex Doherty & David Miller, 'Even by New Labour standards, Murphy has a grim record', Spinwatch, 15 December 2014. 

'Letters to the editor: The problem of policing the web', London Evening Standard, 26 November 2014.

Miller D., Gilmore AB., Sheron N., Britton, J. and Babor, T, Re: Costs of minimum alcohol pricing would outweigh benefits. BMJ, 04 June 2014.

David Miller, 'Independence of drug panels is vital', Letters, Sunday Herald, 13 April 2014. 

David Miller & Claire Harkins, 'Can the influence of the alcohol industry be curtailed?', ALICE RAP blog, 7 January 2014. Also available at the BMJ blog.

 

2013

Steven Harkins & David Miller, 'Did Weber Shandwick breach the APPC Code in the McDevitt case?', Spinwatch, 7 December 2013

Tom Griffin, Hilary Aked, David Miller and Tom Mills, 'BICOM and the Fox-Werritty scandal', Spinwatch, 6 December 2013.

Tom Mills, Hilary Aked, Tom Griffin, David Miller. The UK's Pro-Israel Lobby In Context, New Left Project, first published 27 November 2013.

Hilary Aked, Tom Mills, David Miller and Tom Griffin. BICOM and the peace process façade: On the views of the Britain Israel Communications and Research, Spinwatch, 07 November 2013.

Hilary Aked, Tom Mills, David Miller and Tom Griffin. BICOM and the peace process façade: On the views of the Britain Israel Communications and Research, Middle East Monitor, Monday, 04 November 2013 10:29.

David Miller & Claire Harkins, 'Revolving doors and alcohol policy: a cautionary tale', ALICE RAP blog, 23 October 2013. Also available on Spinwatch.

David Miller & Claire Harkins, 'Recruiting government advisers to alcohol lobby is too easy', The Conversation, 23 October 2013.

Tom Griffin and David Miller, BDS campaigner targeted by law firm with links to Israeli intelligenceSpinwatch, Saturday, 05 October 2013.

David Miller, 'Bill protects lobbyists while targeting civil society', Spinwatch, 12 September 2013. Also available on The Conversation.

David Miller, 'Spying on academics will not help fight terrorism', The Conversation, 15 July 2013.

David Miller & Claire Harkins, 'Sugar, Industry documents and research on corporate influences on addiction', ALICE RAP blog, 28 April 2013.

 

2012

David Miller, 'An inquiry into liberal bias at the BBC must be independent', The Guardian, 11 October 2012.

David Miller & Claire Harkins, 'The struggle over Minimum Unit Pricing for alcohol has only just begun', ALICE RAP blog, 21 May 2012.

Miller, D., 'Three experts review progress on the Coalition Agreement's commitments on lobbying' The House Magazine, No. 1416, Vol 36, 10 May 2012: p 25.

Miller, D., Dinan, W., Cave, T. and Jones, M., 'Business Appointment Rules: Written evidence submitted by Spinwatch' (BA 04), Public Administration Select Committee, Session 2011-12. Prepared 29 February 2012.


2011

Miller, D., 'Thinktanks must drop this cold war approach to Islamism' Encouraging counter-subversion policies condemns peaceful Muslims while turning a blind eye to the threat of Islamophobia The Guardian, Comment is Free, 23 Aug 2011

Miller, D., 'Steven Rose on the LM network', LM Watch Blog, Spinwatch 13 August 2011.

Miller, D., Mills, T. & Griffin, T., 'The cold war on British Muslims: Conservative think-tanks help fuel a culture of fear, allowing far-right groups to prosper.', Al Jazeera English, Last Modified: 05 Aug 2011 18:08

Ahmad, I. & Miller, D., 'The Palestine Anti-Solidarity Movement: Spiked’s Coverage of Israel and Palestine', Spinwatch, 14 July 2011.

Harkins, S. & Miller, D., 'Erinys International: Spinning for the private military', Spinwatch, 9 June 2011.

 

2010

Harkins, S., Jones, M. & Miller, D., 'Re: Legitimacy of think tanks' Rapid Response, British Medical Journal, 29 November 2010.

Miller, D., 'Reactionary Censorship in the UK: The Case of SpinProfiles' Rightweb, Posted: August 18, 2010.
 
Miller, D., 'Sagit Yehoshua tries to censor Powerbase - Again', 'Unspun', Spinwatch 7 August 2010
 
Miller, D., 'On Alexander Meleagrou-Hitchens Comment Is Free piece', Spinwatch, 13 July 2010.
 
Miller, D., 'A net loss of freedom: That a nebulous complaint by a rightwing thinktanker persuaded an ISP to take down a Spinwatch site sets a disturbing precedent' Comment is free, The Guardian, Tuesday 6 July 2010 14.47 BST;
 
Miller, D., 'Guardian comment piece on SpinProfiles' removal from the internet', Spinwatch, 6 July 2010.
 
Miller, D., 'Fergie's not the Scandal', Spinwatch, 24 May 2010.
 
Miller, D., 'Tories must not backtrack on lobbyists', Comment is free, The Guardian, Saturday 15 May 2010 13.00 BST.
 
Miller, D., 'Where has all the money gone?', Spinwatch, 11 May 2010.
 
Miller, D. & Robinson, C., 'On hidden agendas, the LM network and SpinWatch: A Response to Will Deighton', Forth, Tuesday 4 May 2010.
 
Miller, D. & Robinson, C., 'On hidden agendas, the LM network and SpinWatch: A Response to Will Deighton', Spinwatch, 5 May 2010.
 
Miller, D. & Andrade, M., 'Lobby Watch: The Social Issues Research Centre', British Medical Journal, 3 March 2010. BMJ 2010;340:c48
 

2009
 
Dinan, W. & Miller, D., 'An untempered view of lobbying in Europe', Letter to the EuropeanVoice, 24.09.2009 / 06:28 CET. This letter was sent in response to: 'A commitment to consultation' By David Coen and Jeremy Richardson European Voice, 17.09.2009 / 04:00 CET.
 
Mills, T. & Miller, D., 'Réalité-EU: Front group for the Washington-based Israel Project', Spinwatch, 30 October 2009.
 
Miller, D., 'Does Class Matter?', Sunday Herald, 11 October 2009; Also: 'Does class matter in British politics?', Spinwatch, 11 October 2009.
 
Mills, T. & Miller, D., 'The British amateur terror trackers: A case study in dubious politics', Spinwatch, 26 August 2009.
 
'On Censorship' (Unpublished) Letter to the Times Higher Education, Sent 3 July 2009 in response to Melanie Newman, Reading lists inspected for capacity to incite violence, 25 June 2009.
 
Miller, D., 'Need for clarity',Letter to the Scotsman, Published Date: 29 June 2009.
 
Miller, D., 'Don't let the Lords get away with it' - After one peer apologised for breaking the rules, it was back to business as usual. This is not what the public wants'. Comment Is Free, The Guardian, Thursday 25 June 2009 16.30 BS
 
The Influence Industry: How corporations and a privatised government damage the world, New Escapologist talks to sociologist and political writer, Professor David Miller about corporate and political spin, New Escapologist, Issue 2, 2009, p. 42-9.
 
Miller, D., University of Strathclyde: More Transparency Needed 2, Letter to the Times Higher Education, 5 March 2009.
 
Miller, D., University of Strathclyde, 'Lords, lobbyists and Adam Smith's message', Letters to the Editor,, February 5, 2009.
 
Miller, D., 'Let the daylight in: The furore over peers and lobbyists has highlighted the need for transparency over all links between business and legislators', The Guardian, Saturday 31 January 2009 09.00 GMT.
 
Miller, D., 'Comment: How to tame the lobbyists' , Politics.co.uk, Thursday, 29, Jan 2009 12:01
 
Miller, D., 'Under the influence: The House of Lords inquiry is welcome, but what is urgently needed is a statutory register on lobbyists and their targets', The Guardian, Monday 26 January 2009 18.00 GMT
 

2008
 
Miller, D., 'Reining in the influence industry' Around £1.9bn is spent on lobbying. Registration and transparency is now required, Comment is Free, The Guardian, Friday October 31 2008 13.30 GMT
 
Miller, D., 'Spin, corporate power and the social sciences', Society Matters No 11 - The Newspaper for all Social Sciences Students and Staff at the Open University, Autumn-Winter 2008/2009. Extended version.
 
Miller, D., 'I hear "reason", I see lies'; Strategic use of the appearance of science is part of the armoury of the PR industry. The defence is simple: full public funding of research, with enhanced ethics standards New Scientist, July 26, 2008, OPINION; Seven reasons why people hate reason; Pg. 46, 1 (Scribd)
 
Miller, D., 'Spinning Farmed Salmon (Part 3 of 3)', Spinwatch, 10 June 2008.
 
Miller, D., 'Spinning Farmed Salmon (Part 2 of 3)', Spinwatch, 28 May 2008.
 
Miller, D., 'Spinning Farmed Salmon (Part 1 of 3)', Spinwatch, 21 May 2008.
 
Miller, D., 'Letter: Transparent Lobbying Will Benefit Everyone', PR Week, 13 May 2008.
 
Miller, D., 'Open Stormont? Lobbying Transparency for Northern Ireland', Unspun, Spinwatch, 21 April 2008.
 
Miller, D. & Dinan, W., 'PR: The dark history of spin and its threat to genuine news', The Independent, Media Weekly, 14 April 2008.
 
Miller, D., 'Corporate Power and the SNP Government', Spinwatch, 2 April 2008.
 
Miller, D., 'Business: As Usual', Scottish Left Review, Issue 45 March/April 2008.
 
Miller, D. & Dinan, W., 'The Rise of Neo-liberalism', Spinwatch, 13 March 2008.
 
Miller, D. & Dinan, W., Debate and Comment 'Spinning Neoliberalism', Socialist Worker, dated 15 March 2008, Issue 2092, 11 March 2008.
 
Miller, D., Opinion: Letters - 'Join us in lobbying for transparency'; Letter to the editor, PR Week (UK), February 8, 2008, Pg. 19, 137 words.
 
Miller, D., 'SPBE facilitates lobbying forum access to Scottish Parliament', Spinwatch, 9 January 2008.

 

2007

Miller, D., 'The Brown Deception', Spinwatch, 1 July 2007.
 
2006

Miller, D., ‘How Scotland’s rich stay rich’, Spinwatch, 16 December 2006.

Miller, D., 'A declaration of Interest', Unspun, Spinwatch, 2 November 2006.

Miller, D., 'Terrorism studies’ and the war on dissent', Spinwatch, 7 November 2006.

Miller, D., 'This campaign brought to you by...', Spinwatch, 29 October 2006.

Miller, D., 'Nuclear view: spin doctor defends lying', Spinwatch, 28 March 2006.

Miller, D. provided the foreword to Brian Murphy, The Origin and Organisation of British Propaganda in Ireland 1920, Aubane Historical Society and Spinwatch, March 2006. Also published as: David Miller, 'British Propaganda in Ireland and its significance today', Spinwatch, 24 March 2006.

Miller, D., 'The British Government's global fake news network', Spinwatch, 15 February 2006.

Miller, D., 'The propaganda we pass of as news around the world. A British government-funded fake TV news service allows mild criticism of the US - all the better to support it', The Guardian, Wednesday February 15, 2006.
 
2005

Miller, D., 'Arguments against G8', Spinwatch, 20 July 2005.

Miller, D., 'Was the G8 Gr8', Spinwatch, 11 July 2005.

Hubbard, G. & Miller, D., 'Barbarism Inc.', Media Channel, July 1 2005.

Miller, D., 'G8 and the art of being fooled', Scottish Left Review, Issue 28, May 2005.

Miller, D., 'Spinning the G8', Z Net, May 13, 2005.

Miller, D., 'How To Spin The G8' Friday, Scoop, 20 May 2005, 12:33 pm.

Finnish version: Miller, D., 'Kuinka haastaa G8', Suomen Rauhan puolesta, No2, p12-13, 2005.

Miller, D. & Hubbard, G., 'Glasgow and Globalization', Z Net, May 25, 2005.

Miller, D. & Hubbard, G., 'Naming The Problem', Scoop, Thursday, 26 May 2005, 2:36 pm.

Miller, D., ‘Unplugged’ in Andrew Murray and Lindsey German, 'Stop the War: The story of Britain’s biggest mass movement', London: Bookmarks, 2005.

Miller, D., 'Body language now seen to mean more than the issues', The Herald, 18 April 2005, p.7.

Miller, D., 'The age of the Fake', Spinwatch, 14 March 2005.

Miller, D., 'BBC broadcast 'fake' news reports', Spinwatch, 15 March 2005. Versions available: Counterpunch / Scoop (NZ) / Indymedia (Argentina).

Miller, D., 'Media and election spin conform to degraded type', Spinwatch, 18 April 2005.
 
2004
 
Miller, D., ‘Profit and Parliament’, Scottish Left Review, Issue 24, Sept/Oct 2004: 14-15.

Miller D., 'Taking The Risk Out Of Devolution', Scoop, Monday, 6 September 2004, 2:14 am.

Miller, D., 'BBC has been caught up inside the Matrix', Socialist Worker, 28 August 2004 | issue 1916.

Miller, D., 'Openness claim is clearly in doubt', Edinburgh Evening News, Mon 16 Aug 2004.
 
Miller, D., Dinan, W., Watterson, A. & Malcolm, C., Letters: 'Report suppressed', The Scotsman, Fri 13 Aug 2004.

Miller, D., 'The end of public service information: The Philis Review of Government Communications’, Free Press, No.138, February 2004.

Miller, D., 'Hutton whitewash leaves Blair in dock', Free Press, No.138, February 2004.

Miller, D., Opinion: 'Phillis Report Signals End of UK Public Service Information', Scoop, Monday, 2 February 2004, 12:31pm.

Miller, D., Opinion: 'Hutton Whitewash Leaves Blair In Dock', Scoop, 2 February 2004, 12:31pm.

Miller, D., 'Deception with a Purpose: Hutton Whitewash Leaves Blair in the Dock', Counterpunch, January 30, 2004.

Miller, D., 'The Pentagon's solution to criticism: blow up hostile media', Taipei Times, 13 January 2004.

Miller, D., 'The domination effect', The Guardian, Thursday January 8, 2004.

Miller, D., Information Dominance: The Philosophy Of Total Propaganda Control?ColdType, 6 January 2004.

Miller, D., 'Global spin and the public interest: An agenda for research in a globalised Scotland', Variant, 2004.

 

2003 

Miller, D., 'Information Dominance: The Philosophy Of Total Propaganda Control?', Scoop, Monday, 29 December 2003, 3:17 pm.

Miller, D., 'Tell Me Lies', Anti-spin.com, December 2003.

Miller, D. & McAlpine, R., 'A Reading List for Radicals', Scottish Left Review, Issue 19, Nov/Dec 2003, 24-6.

Miller, D., 'Lies Propaganda & Media Distortion in Iraq', Scoop, Wednesday, 19 November 2003.

Miller, D., 'Contra el circunloquio mundial', Publicado el Martes, Aporrea, Alternative News from Venezuela, 11 November 2003.

Miller, D., 'Hutton, propaganda and the War in Iraq', Three-D, Magazine of MECCSA, Issue 2, October: 3-5. 2003.

Miller, D., 'Corporate power, institutional corruption', Scottish Left Review, Issue 18, Sept/Oct 2003, p. 6-7.

Miller, D., 'Review of Web of Deceit: Britain’s real role in the world by Mark Curtis', (Vintage, £7.99) Scottish Left Review, Issue 18, Sept/Oct 2003, p21.

Miller, D., 'Propaganda and the "Terror Threat" in the UK', Media Education Journal, Issue 34, Autumn: 31-33.

Miller, D., 'Knives out for radical MSPs', Red Pepper, July 2003: 7.

Miller, D., 'News Consumers Beware: You Are Being Lied To', Scoop, 29 March 2003.

Miller, D., 'The BBC's War', Free Press, Special issue on Iraq and the Media War, June 2003 p2-3.

Miller, D., 'Embedding Propaganda' Free Press, Special issue on Iraq and the Media War, June 2003 p3-4.

Miller, D., 'Unspinning the globe', Red Pepper, June 2003.

  Versions also available at:

  Miller, D., 'Unspinning The Globe', Z Net, May 31, 2003,

  Miller, D., 'Unspinning The Globe', Scoop, Tuesday, 3 June 2003, 2:24 pm.

  In Spanish: 'Contra el circunloquio mundial' Z Net Título Original: 'Unspinning the Globe' Origen: Znet, 31 de mayo de 2003 Traducido por Maite Padilla y revisado por Esther Carrera

Miller, D., 'Blurring The Facts', Free Press, 134/IRAQ and the MEDIA WAR, 15 June 2003.

Miller, D., 'The Big Lie', Free Press 134, Iraq and the Media War, 15 June 2003.

Miller, D., 'Govt PR review crippled by lack of transparency', PR Week: Letters, 31 May 2003: 8.

Miller, D., 'Taking sides: The anti-war movement accuses the BBC of having had a pro-war bias; the government says it was too Baghdad-friendly. So who is right?', The Guardian, 22 April 2003.

Miller, D., 'Embed With The Military', Z Net, April 03, 2003. Also published on Al Jazeera, Monday 07, April, 2003.

Miller, D., 'Three million uses for a second vote', Scottish Left Review, March/April 2003: 11-13.

Miller, D., 'They Were All Asylum Seekers': The Propaganda Campaign To Link Iraq To Terrorism At The Expense Of Refugees', Scoop, Thursday, 27 March 2003, 12:59 pm.

Version also available at: 

  Miller, D., 'They Were All Asylum Seekers', Index on Censorship, 32(2), April 2003, Issue 207: 184-6.

Miller, D., 'War journalism guided with military precision', Al jazeera, Monday 24, March, 2003 / Last Updated: 2:42 Doha time, 2:42 GMT

Versions also available at:

  Miller, D., 'How the warriors have learned to control news', New Zealand Herald, 27.03.2003.

  Miller, D., 'Eliminating Truth: The Development Of War Propaganda', Z Net, March 28, 2003.

  Miller, D., 'Eliminating Truth: The Development Of War Propaganda', Scoop, Friday, 28 March 2003.

  Miller, D., 'Eliminating truth: the development of war propaganda' Media Lens, 2 April 2003.

  Miller, D., In Italian: 'Eliminare la verite', 3 April 2003.

Miller, D., 'Dissent under pressure on the BBC', Media Lens, 7 March 2003.

Miller, D., 'A socialist media policy for Scotland?', Scottish Left Review, Issue 14 January/February 2003: 5-11.


2002
 
Miller, D., 'A question of privilege', Scottish Left Review, Issue 13 November/December: 12-13, 2002.
 
Miller, D., 'Blame the politicians' The Guardian Letters, Wednesday October 30, 2002.
 
Dinan, W. and Miller, D., 'Called to Account', Sunday Times Scotland, Ecosse Section, 27 October: 2. 2002.
 
Miller, D., 'Feedback: Reply to Paul McKinney', Scottish Left Review, Issue 10, May/June 2002, 20-22.
 
Miller, D. & Philo, G., 'Silencing Dissent in Academia: The commercialisation of science', The Psychologist, 15(5) May: 244-246, 2002.
 
Miller, D., 'The first casualty', Scottish Left Review Issue 9, p24-25, March/April 2002.
 
Miller, D.,'The war on truth Lies, damned lies and opinion polls'. With the US ready to launch a series of new wars in 2002, David Miller of the Stirling Media Research Institute challenges the myth that world opinion backs the West's "War on Terror". Scottish Socialist Voice, Issue 75, 17 January 2002.
 
Miller, D.,  ‘Academia: A Partner for Advancing the Corporate Agenda?’, Corporate Europe Observer issue 12, 2002. 
 
2001
 
Miller, D., 'World opinion opposes the attack on Afghanistan', ZMag, 21 November 2001. Also posted on:

Miller, D., 'Britons oppose war: poll evidence contradicts media reports', ZMag, 3 October 2001.

Miller, D., Comment: 'Blair should read the polls', The Guardian, Wednesday October 3, 2001.

Miller, D., Schlesinger, P. & Dinan, W., 'Rearguard action', The Scotsman, 6 September 2001.

Miller, D., Dinan, W. & Schlesinger, P., Stirling Media Research Institute, Readers Views: 'Lobbying debate', Sunday Herald, 2 September 2001.

Miller, D., Dinan, W. & Schlesinger, P., Stirling Media Research Institute, Letters: 'Lobby industry', The Scotsman, 30 August 2001.

Miller, D., Dinan, W. & Schlesinger, P., Stirling Media Research Institute, 'Task of ensuring openness in public life', The Herald (Glasgow), August 29, 2001, Pg. 17, 532 words.

Miller, D., Dinan, W. & Schlesinger, P., Stirling Media Research Institute, 'Why lobbyists need to be scrutinised', The Herald (Glasgow), August 22, 2001, Pg. 19.

Miller, D., Dinan, W. & Schlesinger, P., Stirling Media Research Institute, Letters page: 'Essential to regulate lobbyists', The Scotsman, 22 August 2001.

Philo, G. and Miller, D., 'Cultural Compliance and Dead Ends in Media Studies', Global Media News, 3(2), Spring: 10-11, 2001.

Schlesinger, P., Miller, D. & Dinan, W., 'Who sold Scottish news down the river? The public, the papers and BBC Scotland wanted a Glasgow-based Six O'Clock News - but London had other ideas. How did we lose out? This exclusive extract from a major new book reveals all' Sunday Herald, 7 Days, Mar 25 2001. Miller, D., Dinan, W. & Schlesinger, P., Media Research Institute, 'Inner lobby life', Sunday Herald Readers Views, January 28, 2001, Pg. 8.


1995 -2000
 
Philo, P. & Miller, D., 'While Talk Might Be Cheap, Silence Is Deadly', The Times Higher Education Supplement, November 3,No.1460; Pg.22, 2000.
 
Miller, D., 'Letter: Story with meat in it', The Guardian, Guardian Leader Pages, Pg. 23. November 1 2000.
 
Miller, D., 'UN report slams UK over free speech', Red Pepper, June: 9. 2000.
 
Greg, P. & Miller, D., Letter: 'TV needs more control', The Guardian, Pg. 20, September 5, 1998.
 
Miller, D. 'The re-emergence of BSE: the impact on public beliefs and behaviour', Risk and Human Behaviour Newsletter, 1998.
 
Miller, D. & Philo, G., Rights of reply ; Letter, The Times Higher Education Supplement, , Issue 1263, Pg.15, January 17 1997.
 
Miller, D., 'Manipulating the message' Irish News, 7 January: 10. 1997.
 
Miller, D., 'The Media Do Influence Us: Violence in the media must have some effect', Sight and Sound, 1996.
 

1988 -1995
 
Miller, D., 'The reel crisis in Ireland', New Statesman and Society, 31-32, 4 August 1995.
 
Miller, D., 'Diplomatic Vacuity', The Observer, Uncensored supplement 10 April: 8-9 1994.
 
Miller, D., 'Aerial Combat', New Statesman and Society, 18 November 1994.
 
Miller, D., 'Northern Ireland: a story stifled' Independent, 13 October 1993.
 
Miller, D., 'Lip Service', Fortnight, No. 323, December 1993.
 
Miller, D., 'Selling Northern Ireland: The Strategy of the Northern Ireland Information Service', Irish Reporter, No 5, Winter: 5-7, 1992.
 
Miller, D., (1991) 'Killers? Which?', Fortnight, No 291, January 1991.
 
Henderson, L., Miller, D. & Reilly, J., 'The Sound of Irish Silence', The Guardian, Monday 15 October 1990. Reproduced in Stephen Radley (1991) The Media Dossier, London: Macmillan.
 
Miller, D., 'October 19: It's Time to Know', Journalist, October 1990.
 
Miller, D. & Maguire, D., 'Did our Broadcasting Freedoms die on the Rock?', The Scotsman, January 4 1989.
 
Miller, D., 'The Damage Was Done: The Gibraltar Inquest', Magill, pg. 16-29, April 1989.
 
Miller, D., 'News Becoming Measured by Interests, Not Accuracy', Irish Times, Wednesday October 18 1989.
 
Miller, D. & Maguire, D., (1988) 'The Truth on the Rock', Irish America, November : 22-28, reprinted as David Miller and Dave Maguire (1989), 'The Truth on the Rocks', Magill, February 1989 : 9-16.