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Brooks Newmark sex sting: Ipso to investigate Sunday Mirror

Complaint over entrapment leading to ministers resignation provides first big test for regulator set up after Leveson inquiry Continue reading...
guardian.co.uk 2 days ago
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United Kingdom: Independent Press Standards Organisation ("IPSO"): The New Press Regulator - Charles Russell LLP

IPSO, set up by the press in the wake of the phone hacking scandal and the Leveson Inquiry, replaces the Press Complaints Commission as the new press regulator.
Mondaq 2 weeks ago

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Peter Wright was wrong to have stayed silent about his staff being hacked

Peter Wright's letter to the Guardian - as published today - contends that I was wrong to say he withheld vital information from the Press Complaints Commission and the Leveson inquiry. But I cannot..
guardian.co.uk on August 12, 2014

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Hacking of Mail on Sunday journalists phones | @guardianletters

Roy Greenslade is wrong to say I deliberately withheld from the Press Complaints Commission and the Leveson inquiry vital information about how some Mail on Sunday journalists phones were hacked by the..
guardian.co.uk on August 11, 2014

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Theresa May to announce wide-ranging child abuse inquiry

Inquiry expected to look into handling of claims by government, NHS and BBC after PM promises 'no stone will be left unturned' The home secretary, Theresa May, is to announce a wide-ranging inquiry..
guardian.co.uk on July 7, 2014

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Andy McSmith's Diary: Top-table Guido fails to practise what he preached

How strange to see the name of Paul Staines, otherwise known as the blogger Guido Fawkes, on the guest list among the billionaires, oligarchs and Cabinet ministers at the Tories’ fund raising summer..
Independent on July 2, 2014

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Rolf Harris: Mail and Sun blame Leveson inquiry for his 'secret' arrest

The conviction of Rolf Harris on 12 counts of indecent assault dominates today's national newspapers. It gets front page treatment in each of the 10 titles and I counted a total of 43 pages devoted to..
guardian.co.uk on July 1, 2014

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Rolf Harris's lawyers cited Leveson inquiry to hide his arrest

rolf harris's lawyers cited leveson inquiry to hide his arrestWhen the news blackout ended, a flood of other victims went to the police to back up the first woman’s claims. Prosecutors and child abuse charities say this publicity was vital in proving the case..
MailOnline on July 1, 2014
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'Chilling effect' of Leveson Inquiry benefited Rolf Harris

The TV presenter benefited from Leveson by enjoying five months of anonymity while under suspicion of sexual abuse
Telegraph.co.uk on June 30, 2014

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Phone-hacking trial failed to clear up mystery of Milly Dowler's voicemail

Claims made about interception of missing schoolgirl's messages at time of disappearance were cast further into doubt On 14 December 2011, the barrister representing the family of Milly Dowler rose..
guardian.co.uk on June 26, 2014
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Gemma Dowler: more must be done to stop hacking - video

As the phone-hacking trial involving Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson draws to a close, Milly Dowler's sister delivers a video message to the press and government. Arguing that Ipso, the new press..
guardian.co.uk on June 25, 2014

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Cameron Says Leveson Dealt With Phone Hacking

cameron says leveson dealt with phone hackingDavid Cameron has told Ed Miliband he should accept the findings of the Leveson inquiry as he was tackled over phone hacking.
Sky News on June 25, 2014
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Hypocrisy of the stars laid bare over the Leveson Inquiry

hypocrisy of the stars laid bare over the leveson inquiryStar after star called for tighter regulation on newspapers, telling Lord Justice Leveson how the tabloids had hounded them, made their lives miserable and used every 'dark art' imaginable.
MailOnline on June 25, 2014

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JK Rowling features hacks and hacking in latest novel Silkworm

Harry Potter writer, who gave evidence at Leveson inquiry, casts disreputable journalist in second Robert Galbraith crime thriller JK Rowling's new novel includes references to phone-hacking and a..
guardian.co.uk on June 4, 2014

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Gloucestershire's JK Rowling to release new book with references...

gloucestershire's jk rowling to release new book with references...The new novel of Gloucestershire's JK Rowling includes references to phone-hacking and a disreputable journalist among its cast of characters. The Harry Potter writer gave evidence to the Leveson..
Western Daily Press on June 4, 2014

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DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Establishment looks after its own... again

daily mail comment: establishment looks after its own... againWe remind the Prime Minister that the Leveson Inquiry he ordered into the hardly life-and-death matter of telephone voicemail hacking published every scrap of private correspondence.
MailOnline on May 30, 2014

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Press watchdog names its board: Former British diplomat and creator of Innocent smoothies to take up positions at Ipso

press watchdog names its board: former british diplomat and creator of innocent smoothies to take up positions at ipsoThe 12-member board of the Independent Press Standards Organisation (Ipso), replacing the Press Complaints Commission following the Leveson Inquiry, was announced yesterday.
MailOnline on May 29, 2014

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The PCC wasn't all bad as its latest transgender mediation illustrates

As we wave farewell to the Press Complaints Commission, let's not forget the good achieved by the "non-regulator". During the Leveson inquiry, it suffered not only from its long-time critics but,..
guardian.co.uk on May 12, 2014

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Max Clifford jailed for sex assaults: How life for the cunning svengali who ruled tabloid Britain collapsed so spectacularly

One of the more entertaining afternoons at the Leveson inquiry was when Max Clifford gave evidence.
Independent on May 2, 2014

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UK tumbles down world press freedom rankings

The United Kingdom has tumbled down global press freedom rankings in the wake of the Leveson Inquiry and the government’s reaction to the Edward Snowden leaks.
Independent on May 1, 2014

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