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Press Regulation post Leveson: where are we now? - Emma Goodman

It has been a long road from the phone hacking scandal which came to light between 2006 and 2011 and threw regulation of the UK press into disarray. 901 more words


News: Press Recognition Panel recognises Impress as an independent press regulator

The independent Press Recognition Panel (“PRP”) has today approved IMPRESS as an independent self-regulator of the press.  At a public board meeting today, the PRP grant recognition to IMPRESS as a regulator within the meaning of the… 471 more words

Leveson Inquiry

History repeated as IPSO morphs into the PCC - Steven Barnett

Anyone reading last week’s newspaper editorials  in newspapers such as the Mail or the Telegraph will know that our press is anxious. This week, the independent… 1,219 more words

Leveson Inquiry

Ruling on Fatima Manji is further proof that IPSO fails as a press regulator - Alexander Brown

Shortly after the Nice terror attack in July, Kelvin MacKenzie, a former editor of The Sun newspaper addressed the issue in his regular column in the tabloid newspaper: “ 926 more words

Media Regulation

Transparency Project: Press regulation, why we are unimpressed by IPSO - Paul Magrath

There are many things wrong with the way the national press reports legal matters, especially matters relating to the Family Court and the Court of Protection. 2,620 more words

Leveson Inquiry

The relentless humiliation of IPSO and Sir Alan Moses - Brian Cathcart

The big national newspapers are on the warpath again about regulation, desperately promoting the supposed virtues of their pet regulator, IPSO, and warning hysterically that any alternative means the end of the world as we know it. 1,422 more words

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News: Press Recognition Panel Report - Urgent Action Required, Section 40 should be commenced

The Press Recognition Panel (“PRP”) has published its first “Annual Report on the Recognition System” .  It says that urgent action is required if the post Leveson system of independent self-regulation is to be given a chance to succeed. 178 more words