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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 2 weeks ago
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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

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News video: Hugh Grant on The Rewrite: 'I can barely get to the end of a Tweet without getting bored now...

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The star of The Rewrite, a rom-com about an off-the-boil screenwriter forced to take work as a teacher, tells Catherine Shoard how the internet has shrunk his attention span, why showbiz is like..
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'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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Press watchdog reprimands Daily Telegraph over Nicola Sturgeon story

Independent Press Standards Organisation upholds complaint by Scottish first minister’s office about ‘significantly misleading’ front-page story The new press regulator has reprimanded the..
guardian.co.uk on July 6, 2015
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Leveson Inquiry hits taxpayers with £287,000 bill for legal advice to MPs

leveson inquiry hits taxpayers with £287,000 bill for legal advice to mpsIn total £287,491.10 was spent by the Government Legal Department on lawyers acting for government witnesses, Matthew Hancock, minister for the Cabinet Office, told MPs.
MailOnline on June 26, 2015

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Tom Watson favourite to become deputy Labour leader

tom watson favourite to become deputy labour leaderFive candidates are vying for the role of deputy Labour leader in a crowded race alongside the high-profile leadership battle.  Several well-known faces in the party have positioned themselves as..
City A.M. on June 17, 2015
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Ipso asks: how should we set up our arbitration service... if at all?

Press regulator launches consultation exercise on how to go about the task One of the key recommedations of the Leveson inquiry was that a press regulator should set up an arbitration service. To..
guardian.co.uk on June 16, 2015
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Ipso considers arbitration scheme covering defamation and privacy

Proposed scheme criticised by campaigners as regulator is not recognised by the Press Recognition Panel set up in the wake of the Leveson inquiry The Independent Press Standards Organisation is..
guardian.co.uk on June 15, 2015

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‘Undemocratic, unnecessary, intolerable’… The official verdict on Britain’s state snoopers

Britons are remarkably unconcerned about phone hacking and GCHQ snooping. Could a new report on our intelligence agencies result in greater accountability? The political theorist David Runciman has..
guardian.co.uk on June 13, 2015
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Trinity Mirror left to reflect alone over phone hacking

In the wake of the recent rulings in civil cases, the publisher faces uncertainty over future costs – and will receive little sympathy from the media The only reasonable response when watching..
guardian.co.uk on May 24, 2015
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Phone hacking needed a good kicking, but huge payouts make the law an ass

The awarding of a total of £1.2m to celebrity phone hacking victims of the Mirror is ludicrously out of proportion with compensation paid to other victims – and will affect investigative reporting..
guardian.co.uk on May 24, 2015

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Ipso rival Impress to seek recognition under royal charter

Alternative press regulator would be the first body to be covered by controversial charter created in wake of Leveson inquiryImpress, set up as an alternative press regulator to the industry-backed..
guardian.co.uk on May 20, 2015

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Newspapers ignore the Guardian's role in exposing Prince Charles's memos

Press freedom-loving editors offer no praise to paper that fought for disclosure All newspaper editors are committed to press freedom, are they not? During the Leveson inquiry, some editors devoted..
guardian.co.uk on May 14, 2015
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Clarifications and corrections 

clarifications and corrections At the Mail on Sunday we take great pride in the quality of our journalism. All our journalists are required to observe the Editors' Code of Practice and The Mail on Sunday is a member of the..
MailOnline on April 26, 2015

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