David Cronin, Sarah Marusek and David Miller (2016). The Israel Lobby and the European Union, Spinwatch & Europal.

David Miller and Narzanin Massoumi (2016). Briefing on the Home Office, RICU and Muslim Civil Society Groups, Submission to the Home Affairs Select Committee Countering Extremism Inquiry. CEX0062. 10 June 2016. Ordered to be published on 14 June 2016.


Sarah Marusek and David Miller (2015). How Israel attempts to mislead the United Nations:Deconstructing Israel’s campaign against the Palestinian Return CentrePublic Interest Investigations.

Tom Griffin, Hilary Aked, David Miller and Sarah Marusek (2015). The Henry Jackson Society and the Degeneration of British Neoconservatism. Glasgow: Public Interest Investigations.


Tom Mills, David Miller, Tom Griffin and Hilary Aked (2013). The Britain Israel Communications and Research Centre. Giving peace a chance?, Public Interest Investigations / Spinwatch.

Tom Mills, Tom Griffin, and David Miller (2011). The Cold War on British Muslims, An examination of Policy Exchange and the Centre for Social Cohesion, September, Glasgow: Public Interest Investigations ISBN 978-0-9570274-0-4


William Dinan and David Miller, 2009. Revolving Doors, Accountability and Transparency: Emerging Regulatory Concerns and Policy Solutions in the Financial Crisis. Discussion Paper. Paris: OECD, (GOV/PGC/ETH(2009)2).

Christine Cooper, William Dinan, Tommy Kane, David Miller and Shona Russell, Scottish Water The drift to privatisation and how democratisation could improve efficiency and lower costs Report for the STUC, Glasgow: Public Interest Research Network October 2006

William Dinan, David Miller, Cari Malcolm, Andrew Watterson (2004) Openness in Scottish Water: A review of consultation, customer relations and communications in the Scottish Water Industry, Final report prepared for the Water Customer Consultation Panels.

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

E Miller, D Miller, G Philo (2001) Reporting Child Deaths: The Role of the Media London: National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, ISBN 1-84228-022-8.


Miller, E., Miller, D. and Philo, G., (1999) Reporting child deaths: a study carried out by the Glasgow Media Group for the NSPCC. In: Cloke, C., ed. Out of Sight: NSPCC report on child deaths from abuse. London, UK: National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, pp. 42-56.

David Miller and Greg Philo (1995) Communicating Change in the NHS, Report for the NHS Executive, August 1995.

David Miller and Jacquie Reilly (1994) Food 'Scares' in the Media, Glasgow: Glasgow University Media Group in association with the MRC Medical Sociology Unit, Glasgow University, ISBN 0 9521669 4 1

David Miller, Jacquie Reilly AND Lesley Henderson, (1992) NHS in the News : An Analysis of News Coverage of the Health Service August 1991 - May 1992 A Report for the King's Fund Institute, July 1992 Glasgow: Glasgow University Media Group.

Evidence to government bodies


David Miller, William Dinan, Tamasin Cave and Melissa Jones, 'Business Appointment Rules: Written evidence submitted by Spinwatch' (BA 04), Public Administration Select Committee, Session 2011-12. Prepared 29 February 2012.


William Dinan and David Miller, European Transparency Initiative: Consultation Response, SpinWatch, August 2006.

David Miller and William Dinan, Re: European Transparency Initiative, Letter to Commissioner Siim Kallas, 27 April 2005.


David Miller, Commercialisation of government communications: Submission to the Government Communications Review Group, Stirling Media Research Institute, May 2003, Word file | PDF file

Dr Joe Bradley, Prof. Mary Hickman, Dr. Robbie McVeigh, Dr. David Miller, Prof Bill Rolston 'Sectarianism and Racism: Response to the consultation on the report of the cross-party working group on religious hatred', Submitted to the Scottish Executive, 31 March 2003

Dr. David Miller, William Dinan and Professor Philip Schlesinger, Response to the Standards Committee Consultation paper Statutory Registration of Commercial Lobbyists, June 2001, Stirling Media Research Institute, Stirling University, Stirling FK9 4LA August 2001.

William Dinan, David Miller and Philip Schlesinger, 'Supplementary Evidence to Standards Committee Consultation on Lobbying the Scottish Parliament', Stirling Media Research Institute, University of Stirling, March 2001.

Miller, David and Schlesinger, P. and Dinan, W. (2000) Submission to standards committee consultation on lobbying the Scottish Parliament, 5 December. Discussion paper. Scottish Parliament, Edinburgh, UK. (Unpublished)



Miller, David (1989) 'The Boys in Green: Review of The RUC: A Force Under Fire by Chris Ryder', The Scotsman, July 22.

Miller, David (1993) 'Walls of fire' Review of Drawing Support: Murals in the North of Ireland (Scanned PDF), Bill Rolston, Belfast: Beyond the Pale Publications, Scotsman Weekend, 20 March: 6

Miller, David (1994) 'Review of Women Viewing Violence by P. Schlesinger et al' (Scanned PDF), Critical Social Policy, No. 40, Summer: 97-101.

Miller, David (1994) 'The media: A user's manual' (Scanned PDF), Review of Manufacturing Consent: Noam Chomsky and the Media Edited by Mark Achbar and Censored: The news that didn't make the news and why, edited by Carl Jensen and Project Censored, Index on Censorship, Vol 23, July/August: 122-124.

Miller, David (1994) 'A Critic Who Speaks Out: Heresy: The Battle of Ideas in Modern Ireland, by Desmond Fennell, Belfast: Blackstaff Press', Planet: The Welsh Internationalist August/September,106: 96-98.

Miller, David (1995) 'Review of Broadcasting It! An Encyclopaedia of Homosexuality on Film, Radio and TV in the UK, 1923-1993, London: Cassell', Media, Culture and Society, 17(2) April: 348-351.

Miller, David (1995) 'Review of Moral Threats and Dangerous Desires: AIDS and the News Media, by Deborah Lupton', AIDS Care, 7(1): 101-102.

Miller, David (1995) 'Another Neo-Colonial History' Review of Michael Hughes Ireland Divided: The roots of the conflict in Ireland, University of Wales Press in Planet: The Welsh Internationalist, No. 111, June/July: 94-95.

Miller, David (1995) 'A Public Relations Job' Review of Edna Longley The Living Stream, Bloodaxe Books, in Planet: The Welsh Internationalist, No 114, December/January: 102-103.

Miller, David, (1996) 'Background answers to the Irish question' Review of Liz Curtis, The Cause of Ireland, Beyond the Pale, Belfast; Pamela Clayton, Enemies and Passing Friends: Settler ideologies in 20th century Ulster, Pluto; Andrew Wilson, Irish America and the Ulster conflict, 1968-1995, Blackstaff, Belfast, The Scotsman, 6 January: 19.

Miller, David (1996) 'Ulsterised Broadcasting' Review of David Butler, The Trouble with Reporting Northern Ireland, Planet: The Welsh Internationalist, No. 118, August/September: 108-109.

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