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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 2 weeks ago

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

The Guardian view on child sex allegations: the need for good judgment | Editorial

It would be tragic if renewed attention to the victims of historic abuse is subverted by the failure of police and public to respect the rights of suspects It will come as no surprise that his..
guardian.co.uk on October 9, 2015

Cameron set up Leveson take heat off his hiring of Andy Coulson

Former police chief claims that the prime minister seized on an idea floated by Rebekah Brooks, according to the latest extract of the book by Lord AshcroftDavid Cameron set up the Leveson inquiry to..
guardian.co.uk on September 24, 2015Also reported by •MailOnline

How PM betrayed Britain's free press... and the bitterly ironic twist: Was it a Rebekah Brooks ploy which gave Cameron the idea for the Leveson Inquiry?

how pm betrayed britain's free press... and the bitterly ironic twist: was it a rebekah brooks ploy which gave cameron the idea for the leveson inquiry?An idea by Rebekah Brooks for newspapers to 'take part in a truth and reconciliation commission' over hacking claims is said to have possibly prompted David Cameron to set up the Leveson Inquiry.
MailOnline on September 24, 2015

PM 'set up Leveson to take heat off over his spin doctor': Britain's ex-top police chief claims Cameron announced Leveson Inquiry to 'take the flak away' from Coulson

pm 'set up leveson to take heat off over his spin doctor': britain's ex-top police chief claims cameron announced leveson inquiry to 'take the flak away' from coulsonSir Paul Stephenson, the former head of the Met Police, believes David Cameron announced the Leveson Inquiry to ‘take the flak away’ from his disastrous decision to appoint Andy Coulson.
MailOnline on September 24, 2015

Leveson inquiry gets nowhere slowly

The ramifications of press regulation are still generating little but fear and fury Leveson season three opened on Thursday. The Royal Charter recognition panel (chaired by David Wolfe QC) can at..
guardian.co.uk on September 13, 2015

Ipso has failed to hold the press to account | Letters

We have all complained to the Independent Press Standards Organisation (Ipso) about newspaper stories that distorted facts, intruded into our lives or set out to shame, ridicule or humiliate us. We..
guardian.co.uk on September 7, 2015

1D split: it’s not over until the last Directioner tweets | Elle Hunt

The Sun has reported that One Direction is to go on hiatus. Nobody’s more sceptical than the fans, whose collective knowledge of the band is terrifying As if the Leveson inquiry had not been..
guardian.co.uk on August 24, 2015

MAIL ON SUNDAY COMMENT: A disturbing new threat to our freedom 

mail on sunday comment: a disturbing new threat to our freedom In the strange atmosphere which followed the Leveson Inquiry (Lord Leveson, pictured), police forces have in many cases begun treating all contacts with journalists as suspect and potentially corrupt.
MailOnline on July 12, 2015

'Officers scared to speak to the press'

The Leveson Inquiry began in 2011 after the News International phone hacking scandal.
The Argus on July 9, 2015

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