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Leveson part two demanded by Labour

Labour demands assurances from ministers that the second stage of the Leveson inquiry - into ties between the press and the police - will still go ahead.
BBC News 4 hours ago

Truth behind private detective's death 'rests on Leveson II inquiry'

Daniel Morgan was found with an axe in his head after allegedly uncovering police corruption – now his brother wants an inquiry to find out what happened A failure to hold the second stage of the..
guardian.co.uk 17 hours ago

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Rupert Murdoch: a seven-point plan for rehabilitation in British life

How the News Corp mogul restored public links with David Cameron after the turbulence of the phone-hacking scandal and Leveson inquiry Cameron, Osborne and Murdoch back together at mogul’s..
guardian.co.uk on December 23, 2015

Leveson Inquiry: Hacked Off calls for Theresa May to hold urgent talks over second part of investigation

Leveson 2 was designated to investigate 'extent of unlawful or improper conduct' within Rupert Murdoch's UK newspapers
Independent on December 16, 2015

Today's media stories from the papers

Our roundup of the day’s media stories, including Rupert Murdoch and top News Corp bosses ‘met ministers 10 times in a year’ If you are viewing this on the web and would like to get our email..
guardian.co.uk on December 16, 2015

Rupert Murdoch and top News Corp bosses 'met ministers 10 times in a year'

Media Reform Coalition says meetings between mogul’s executives and the government show little has changed since hacking scandal and Leveson inquiryRupert Murdoch and senior News Corp executives met..
guardian.co.uk on December 15, 2015

Stage two of inquiry into Press 'will not happen' because there is no political appetite to hold expensive and time consuming investigation  

stage two of inquiry into press 'will not happen' because there is no political appetite to hold expensive and time consuming investigation  Insiders say the second part of the controversial Leveson Inquiry will never happen as there is a shortage of judges willing to step into Sir Brian Leveson's shoes and take charge.
MailOnline on December 15, 2015

A right-left split in the national press response to the hacking saga

Newspapers register their anger at the Leveson inquiry, the Met police, the CPS, the prime minister and ‘political activists’ for the scandal’s outcome “The assault against the tabloid press..
guardian.co.uk on December 12, 2015

The phone-hacking scandal isn’t over yet | Joan Smith

Victims of press intrusion are still in the dark about what happened. By launching part two of the Leveson inquiry, David Cameron could change that It is a curiously unsatisfactory end to a..
guardian.co.uk on December 11, 2015

Will Leveson part two take place? I very much doubt it

It means that we will never get to know the truth about hacking at Mirror group Now that the legal decks over phone-hacking appear to have been cleared, will the second part of the Leveson inquiry..
guardian.co.uk on December 11, 2015

The Murdochs: how Keith's legacy became Rupert's obsession | Tom Roberts

In an extract from his new book, Before Rupert, Tom DC Roberts details the origin of Rupert Murdoch’s full-spectrum media power: his father’s will On 12 April 2012, following the News of the..
guardian.co.uk on November 17, 2015

Campaigning Mail heads the quality journalism shortlists

campaigning mail heads the quality journalism shortlistsLaunched in the wake of the Leveson Inquiry, the awards, organised by the journalism trade magazine Press Gazette, are now in their fourth year and recognise journalism.
MailOnline on November 5, 2015

The Herald's Safer Spaces campaign nominated for national...

the herald's safer spaces campaign nominated for national...THE Herald's Safer Spaces campaign has been nominated for another national journalism award. Our series of stories, which called for better facilities for detaining and treating people with mental..
Plymouth Herald on November 3, 2015

John Whittingdale: press must sign up to tough and independent regulator

Culture secretary says Ipso is ‘not a million miles away’ from royal charter, adding that imposition of costs on non-compliant publishers could be delayed John Whittingdale, the culture..
guardian.co.uk on October 19, 2015

Leveson Inquiry law 'is worst threat to free speech in the modern era'

leveson inquiry law 'is worst threat to free speech in the modern era'A report backed by the Free Speech Network and lawyers behind the Libel Reform Campaign, calls for the legislation, cooked up at 2am over pizza by the Hacked Off campaign, to be scrapped.
MailOnline on October 15, 2015

Investigative journalism to be 'stopped dead in tracks' by 'menacing' laws after Leveson Inquiry

Leveson's Illiberal Legacy: Report into implications of Crime and Courts Act warns of 'most substantial threat to press freedom in modern era'
Telegraph.co.uk on October 15, 2015

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