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Arbitration for the press is necessary, but it must cover all media - Alastair Brett

The war between the government and the press over section 40 of the Crime and Courts Act 2013, or rather between the Independent Press Standards Organisation (Ipso) and… 867 more words

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Press regulation: three reasons why a 30 year old campaign must continue - Steven Barnett

With the government’s consultation on whether to proceed with the section 40 cost-shifting incentives of the Leveson framework now closed, there will be a brief political pause. 885 more words

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YouGov Poll: Public supports section 40 and the independent audit of press regulators

The month long press campaign against section 40 of the Crime and Courts Act 2013 has failed to make any impact on public opinion with nearly half the public thinking that section 40 is a good idea, with only one in ten against. 393 more words

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Don't believe what you read: section 40 will protect the local press, not kill it - Paul Wragg

Anyone interested in journalism who has been reading the UK’s national press over the past week or two could be forgiven for thinking press freedom is in serious jeopardy. 1,084 more words

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The Section 40 debate shows just how much our press needs a proper regulator - Simon Carne

In recent weeks, the press has bombarded its readers with warnings that the Government is threatening to impose financial penalties on publishers if they do not sign-up to the regulator, … 1,659 more words

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Where now for media reform in the UK? - Damian Tambini

The Leveson Catch 22: responsibility for delivering tough regulation of the press and a new framework on media ownership lay with a Parliament and a government that reformers agreed was under the boot of the press and therefore unlikely to deliver them.   792 more words

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